We offer a safe place respite program that allows girls between the ages of 12-15 to seek retreat when experiencing stress, trauma, and restoration at remote location. Our program typically deals with victims and survivors of physical and sexual crimes.
West Indian American Day Carnival Association
Our organization provides numerous Caribbean Art Workshops ranging from Stilt Walking to Steel Pan and more! We provide a safe place for students to come learn and grow. We also have opportunities for volunteering hours whether it be for helping the community or working on our Labor Day Parade.
Flatbush Community Theater / Flatbush Theater Project
Flatbush Theater Project is a course of improvisational theater technique, play writing and play devising for youth who come from different schools. Students connect and create with one another. The program is held at Flatbush Community Theater, a fully functional blackbox theater on the corner of Church Avenue and Stratford Road.
Making the Impossible Possible, Inc.
Youth can take advantage of the following programs and opportunities: Healthy Eating Alternative Series; Financial/Trading (Stocks/Options/Cryptos) Workshop; Etiquette/Modeling/Sewing Workshops; S.T.E.W. (Summer Talent Ed Workshop); Academic Support/Tutoring and Scholarships for High School Seniors. We also offer ESL for immigrant students and families
CAMBA BOP (Brooklyn Outreach & Prevention)
HIV Prevention/Awareness and Sexual Health Services, as well as Substance Use/Misue Navigation Services for BIPOC LGBTQIA+ Community in Brooklyn.
American Pakistan Urdu Studies
Boss Girls’ Leadership Summit
Fashion Runway, Public Speaking Coaching and Sewing Lessons for Girls Ages 9 – 18
CAMBA: Brooklyn YAS (Youth against Substance Misuse) Coalition
CAMBA EYD Programs operate after-school and summer camp programs in New York City. Depending on location, we offer environmental, conservation, arts, violence and drug prevention, and music therapy programs with public and private partners.
The Octavia Project
Octavia Project offers free summer programs for young women, trans, and nonbinary youth. We run two free summer programs: our Summer Institute for ages 14-18, and our Summer Camp for ages 10-13. We use speculative fiction and interdisciplinary workshops to spark interest in and break down bias around STEM subjects like science and tech. Participants stretch their minds by musing on alternate histories with authors like Hugo Award winner N.K. Jemisin; coding interactive games; worldbuilding with architects; and mapping new cities with urban planners. In these explorations, their work grapples with gentrification, body image, climate change, racism, homophobia, and more.