We’d like to congratulate Candice Clarke as our Volunteer of the Month of March!!! Candice has been working with the youth in our Adolescent Residential Care program. She has been helping in our new CyberCafe organizing workshops around art, poetry and self-expression.
Candice currently attends Hunter College studying Social Studies and Creative Writing with a minor in Women Studies. She is considering going into social work.
Thank you so much Candice for your hard work and commitment to serve our clients!
Teens from our Queens Youth Center and ARCHES Mentoring Program have helped produce and also perform in this inspiring music video.
Our Chief Development Officer has just been published in Fast Company. Check out his piece on successful social impact organizations which draw inspiration from the private sector.
Do you know the graduation rate for your local high school? Rates are significantly lower for students in low-income communities, which is why we provide academic interventions that put students on track to graduation, college, and careers.
Children at our Harlem Early Childhood Education center played the role of young diplomats as they welcomed the First Lady of the City to their learning center, and showed her the special role early education plays in their lives.