After-School and Summer Programs
These programs offer youth the opportunity to learn, socialize, and stay on track towards academic success. They are also a core support for working parents who need a safe, positive and educational space for their children for more hours than the school day provides.
Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP)
By providing work opportunities for young people, SYEP teaches them responsibility and needed life skills, gives them a paycheck, and keeps them positively engaged during the summer. SYEP also supports the community-based organizations—frequently the place where program participants end up working—by providing support for programs such as summer camps and senior centers.
Learning to Work Programs
Learning to Work Programs ensure that young people returning to school after facing obstacles to graduation such as homelessness, drug or chemical dependency, involvement in the criminal justice system, or domestic violence, have the support they need to graduate high school and develop a realistic post-secondary plan for college or career.