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.
The Jericho Project
The KEYA program is designed to support the career and educational goals of young adults between the ages of 18-25. With the goal of providing at-risk young adults a sense of agency over their lives, the KEYA program establishes a baseline to prepare individuals for the workforce. Through a combination of efforts such as resume building, interview prep, employment placement, financial assistance, career counseling and job retention assistance the KEYA program will help young adults break the cycle of poverty.
Protecting The East (United Community Centers)
Protecting the East is a youth led organization that educates the community about safer sex, HIV, STI, and Mpox prevention, and building healthy relationships. We provide free pregnancy tests, free Plan Bs, condoms, hygiene kits, and resources for the community. PTE hosts a lot of community events where people are able to receive free materials and resources. We also offer a 7 month internship for youth ages 14-20, who are interested in promoting the importance of sexual health and healthy relationships. Applications for the 2023 Cohort is closed but we do have an Interest Form for youth who are interested in applying for our 2024 school year.
The New York City College of Technology (City Tech)
The Mission of the City Tech is to provide New York with the skilled workforce. City Tech’s degree programs prepare students for the high-tech workforce needs of tomorrow. There are three schools in the City Tech with varying majors: School of Tech & Design
1. The School of Technology and Design covers a broad area, from the engineering technologies to computer systems, from architecture to advertising design and graphic arts, from construction-related areas to the study of new media.
Programs: Architectural Technology, Communication Design, Computer Engineering Technology, Computer Systems, Construction Technology, Data Science, Electrical Engineering Technology, Emerging Media Technology, Entertainment Technology, Facilities Management, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, Computer Information Systems, Electromechanical Engineering Technology, Environmental Control Technology, Industrial Design Technology,
2. School of Professional Studies
The School of Professional Studies does just what its name implies – It prepares students for professional careers. The eleven departments housed in the school provide instruction at the associate and baccalaureate levels, leading to degrees in the areas of healthcare, business, hospitality, paralegal studies, human services and career and technology teacher education.
Programs: Business & Technology of Fashion, Career and Technical Teacher Education, Health Service Administration, Hospitality Management, Human Services, Legal Assistant Studies, Nursing, Radiology, Dental Hygiene, Technology Teacher Education, Accounting, Dental Laboratory Technology, Health Science, Ophthalmic Dispensing,
3. Schools of Art & Science
The School of Arts and Sciences plays two important roles. It is home to a number of majors: transfer degrees in Liberal Arts and Liberal Arts and Science, associate degrees in computer science and chemical technology, and the baccalaureate degree in applied mathematics.
Programs: Applied Chemistry, Applied Mathematics, Applied Computational Physics, Biomedical Informatics, Data Analytics in Economics, Health Communication, Mathematics Education, Professional and Technical Writing, Chemical Technology, Computer Science, Liberal Arts & Arts, Liberal Arts & Science
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
Diaspora Community Services
We have the several programs for youth in Brooklyn. We have the STAR program which discusses HIV/STI and pregnancy prevention. STAR also have peer educators where youth can come and gain knowledge and become leaders of tomorrow. We have the SRAE program where we discuss career readiness with adolescents. This include having how to write a resume, financial literacy, discovering what they want to be etc.
Kingsborough Community College
Kingsborough Community College provides associate degree, continuing education, workforce development and College For Kids programs.
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.
The Campaign Against Hunger
Youth Design Center
We are a youth-led design agency and innovation hub based in Brooklyn. We provide trainings, workshops, and volunteer opportunities for young people interested in getting into design and tech careers. ALL of our programs are FREE and often offer stipends at the completion of the cohort.