Center for Fathers and Families, Masters Program
The Masters Program provides a free, safe, and productive learning environment after school that is available to any student. The program is set up to develop the child’s sense of independence and responsibility. They desire to strengthen each child’s cultural identity, while instilling a respect for others who may be different. Empowering students to be academically successful with dedicated tutoring time every day is a vital component of the MASTERS program.
Educational Talent Search
TRIO Educational Talent Search (ETS) program is designed to prepare and motivate low-income, first-generation college students for success in college. TRIO ETS participants in 6th-12th grade receive college, career and financial aid information, academic advising, and educational field trips in preparation for successful enrollment and graduation from post secondary institutions.
Girls Leadership – NEW PROGRAM 2021-2022
Girls Leadership is an organization that teaches girls to exercise the power of their voice through programs grounded in social-emotional learning. Their work is structured around four central values: Authentic Communication, Courageous Growth, Equity, and Play. The program will help girls learn about themselves, build intentional and positive relationships with their peers, learn new concepts regarding identity, social justice, and advocacy. Students will participate in discussions, games, art, and multimedia tools from a gender and racial equity lens to develop social-emotional growth.
National Coalition of 100 Black Women (NCBW)
Girls STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) and Mentoring Program will expose young women of color to careers in STEAM fields while having the opportunity to learn computer science skills such as coding as well as focus on improving behaviors, decision making skills, and study habits in order to positively affect grades and attendance.