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Catholic Charities Community Services

Catholic Charities Community Services is committed to the development of every child and youth- physically, emotionally, intellect and spiritually- whether newcomers or native-born. The Alianza Youth Division provides services in safe environments to more that 7,000 people.   Close to 10,000 people attend or patriciate in our community events, pantry, health fairs, workshops and other annual events.  Alianza Youth Services strengthens academic achievement, health, fitness, artistic expression of young people and promises employment opportunities, college entry, civic engagement and community service.  Alianza Youth Services is located in Washington Heights/Inwood and Highbridge, NY
Bronx
Manhattan
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Keylab

Located in the heart of Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, Keylab is a modern music, arts, & technology school that offers individually tailored private lessons, dynamic group classes, exciting workshops and more for ages 5 to adult. ​Keylab's primary mission is to educate, inspire, and empower students of all ages towards defining and realizing their creative ambitions. We use a combination of traditional music education, modern technology, and performance exercises to help students develop into skilled, confident, and creative artists. While our courses are primarily designed to teach fundamental musical skills and concepts, they also teach valuable lessons about confidence, creativity, self expression, work ethic, and team building. It is our hope that Keylab students will not only learn how to compose, produce, and perform with confidence and joy; but will also learn how to become more compassionate, productive members of society through the lessons learned in creating and sharing art and music.
Brooklyn
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Imani House Inc

IMANI HOUSE, Inc. has provided youth development services for Brooklyn communities since 1998. Our first youth project was a Summer Computer Day Camp for 20 inner-city teens which received support from Senator Velmanette Montgomery. Citibank also supported the program in the form of  computer donations which we used to train our students. Imani House Students! Since then our program has grown into a year-round service , providing after-school and summer programming and catering to over 240+ elementary aged children annually. With a focus on assisting our children socially, emotionally, physically and academically the project serves children in grades Pre-K - 5th and is housed in P.S./M.S. 282 in Parkslope.  During the school year the program operates from 2:45 pm-5:45pm and during 13 school closing holidays we  are open from 8am- 5:45 pm. Summer programs run from 8am- 5:45pm , 5 days a week for 8  weeks. Summer-Time Fun! To meet our goals of assisting children holistically  we offer a wide variety of activities including tutoring, homework assistance, STEM, field trips (during the summer and school closing holidays), karate, archery, several dance disciplines, drama, creative writing, arts and crafts and much more. All of our staff are experienced working with children and pass several in-house and city   background/reference and health checks. Imani House's Afterschool Program is licensed and insured, Better Business Bureau accredited and an America's Promise Place.
New York City
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Good Shepherd Services

Good Shepherd Services goes where children, youth, and families face the greatest challenges and provides resources that build on their inherent strengths to help them thrive. We operate 100 programs, which help over 30,000 youth and family members in struggling neighborhoods throughout New York City. All of our programs are united by a common goal—to create opportunities that help our participants succeed at school, at home, and in their community. The need we fill We go where the need is greatest—where problems are deeply entrenched, obstacles are high, and neighborhoods are often untouched by other support systems. Good Shepherd is different—our confidence in NYC’s youth and families, combined with our track record of success, shows us that with the right approach, real change is possible even in the most challenging of environments.
Long Island
New York City
Bronx
Brooklyn
Manhattan
Queens
Staten Island
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Chatham Kids Club

CHATHAM KIDS CLUB, INC. (CKC) is a not-for-profit school-age child care program incorporated in 2001 by a group of Chatham Central School District parents, who wished to create an alternative to babysitting or self-care for children residing in the Chatham Central School District. The continuous growth in enrollment since CKC began operation in the Spring of 2002 has confirmed our community’s need for year-round school-aged child care and the confidence our participants and their families have in our programs. Our program seeks to offer children a balance between structured and unstructured play and to help them learn to use their “free” time constructively, including as appropriate, completing their homework. Children are also encouraged to develop trusting relationships with program staff and friendships with other children in the program. We operate before school from 6:30-8 M-F, after school from 2:00-6:00 M-F, school vacations and full time during the summer.
Capital Region
Hudson Valley
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Henry Street Settlement

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The Boys & Girls Clubs of Schenectady

The Mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Schenectady is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. We aim to promote the social, educational, health, leadership, and character development of boys and girls during critical periods of their growth. What We Provide A safe place to learn and grow Ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals Life-enhancing programs and character development experiences Hope and opportunity From our mission to practices and programs, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Schenectady still makes it possible to open up a world of opportunities to youth for a nominal membership fee of $5.00 per year.  We are the largest agency provider of services to  the youth who need us most in Schenectady County serving over 3,300 members and reaching over 12,700 total youth in 2015.We serve youth ages 6 to 18 in our five clubhouses at MLK School, Mont Pleasant, Rotterdam, Steinmetz Homes and Yates Village. Other programs include Job Junction and six after-school programs at Schenectady High School, Mont Pleasant Middle School, Oneida, Central Park, Keane, and Lincoln. Our summer programs include Camp Lovejoy and the Summer Program at the Rotterdam Club (SPARC). This summer we will again be operating programs at Quackenbush Park, Hillhurst Park, Steinmetz Park, Woodlawn Park and Central Park, including three City swimming pools. We also teach a Career Exploration Workshop at Schenectady County Community College for all students in Summer Youth Employment.
Capital Region
1

Watervliet Civic Center Before & After School Program

The Watervliet Civic Center Before & After School Program is a school-age program that is licensed, registered and inspected by the NYS OCFS.  The program is offered to children enrolled in the Watervliet Elementary School.  The program is available to children in Pre-K & Kindergarten and children in grades 1-6.  The program is held at the Watervliet Elementary School (WES) and operates on the same schedule as WES.  Before School Program is held from 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM and the After School Program is conducted from 2:00 PM - 5:35 PM.  Some of the activities offered are gym games, outdoor play, building/enrichment, homework help, drama/play, arts & crafts & much more.
Capital Region
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The Child Center of NY

Child Center 185 has a mission to strengthen children and families with skills, opportunities, and emotional support to build healthy, successful lives. SONYC at JHS 185 is staffed by youth work professionals, licensed teachers and other education professionals, and community members who are leaders in their fields, thereby providing local youth with relate-able role models. The program’s overarching goal is to promote positive social-emotional behaviors in young people’s attitudes toward themselves, the people around them, and their futures.
New York City
Queens
1

Red Hook Initiative

Red Hook Initiative (RHI) is a community-based nonprofit in Red Hook, Brooklyn. We believe that social change to overcome systemic inequities begins with empowered youth. In partnership with community adults, we nurture young people to be inspired, resilient, and healthy, and to envision themselves as co-creators of their lives, community and society. Since 2002, RHI has worked alongside residents of Red Hook to carry out resident-led solutions to local problems and to confront the impacts of racial inequity and decades of disinvestment on the our historically under-resourced community.   
New York City
Brooklyn
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