Category: Mentorship & College Access
After school and summer mentoring programs targeting low-income Asian American youth.
CROSSLIST FROMYouth Education & Enrichment
Offers long-term mentoring to those in child welfare system.
CROSSLIST FROMChildren, Youth, & Families
Entrepreneurship and college readiness program for students from under-resourced communities.
Youth Education & Enrichment
Mentoring and college/career readiness for low-income DC-area students.
Mentorship & College Access
Mentorship and college access program for Washington-area students.
Helping low-income students get to and through postsecondary education.
Supports low-income, first generation students to and through college.
Offers leadership development, advocacy, and college programming for girls and families.
CROSSLIST FROMGirls & Women
Closes the achievement gap for youth in Prince George's County
Sponsors construction trades, careers, and technical education.
Mentoring and scholarships to empower undocumented students to attend college.
Empowers youth and families through education and leadership development.
14-month academic/leadership enrichment for underrepresented students.
Helps teens in foster care find family.
College access services to low income underrepresented youth.
Helps students become proficient in reading and math through one-on-one tutoring.
Launches bright futures through self-advocacy, academic support, workforce development.
Trains underserved youth to be leaders through media creation.
Global affairs and leadership development program for underserved youth.
Offers year-round academic intervention programming for middle school students.
Empowering homeless/low-income families to create stable homes.
CROSSLIST FROMBasic Needs, Food, & Housing
Helps low-income, immigrant youth learn about American civic life.
CROSSLIST FROMImmigrant & Refugee Services
Empowering families to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty.
Helps low-income youth access scholarships and middle-skill career education.
Helps disadvantaged students gain literacy, technology and college readiness skills.
Educates Latino boys and prepares them for high school success.
Mentors youth with incarcerated parents and offers college scholarships
Provides scholarships and mentoring to students to increase college graduation.
Out-of-school time initiatives for pre-teens and teens.
College access and leadership program for high school students.
Engages families in DC public schools through various programs
A tuition-free, academically demanding, private middle school for low-income boys.
Enriching underserved youth and families in the DC area with mentorship and character education.