Partners & Resources

Partners & Resources

School Partnerships

Arab American Association of NY: An organization that supports the Arab Immigrant and Arab American community

Atlas DIY: A nonprofit that provides legal services, leadership development, and learning opportunities in a space run by the youth

Bottom Line: An organization that guides students through the college application process and throughout college as well

Catholic Charities: A non-profit organization that provides an array of services to low-income residents in NYC

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton: A law firm that offers after school programming and college access support

CUNY College & Career Advising Fellows: Work to increase the number of low-income & underrepresented students who enter & complete higher education

CUNY College Now: CUNY’s collaborative program, with NYC public schools, that offers college level classes to high school students.

Educational Video Center: A nonprofit youth media organization that teaches documentary video as a means for social change

French Heritage Language Program: Supports French speaking immigrants foster native language & culture through educational projects

Glasswing International: An international non-profit that empowers youth and communities through education & health programs

Global Kids: A nonprofit that that helps youth examine global issues and become leaders who create change in their communities

Henry Street Settlement: An agency that provides social services, arts programs, and health care services to New Yorkers of all ages

Housing Works: A nonprofit that provides housing, medical, prevention, support services for those living in New York

ImmSchools: immigrant-led nonprofit that helps transform schools into safe & welcoming spaces for undocumented students & families

Institute for Family Health: Institute that provides high-quality affordable health care to medically underserved communities

International Rescue Committee: A global humanitarian aid, relief, and development nongovernmental organization

Manhattan Borough President’s Office: Gale Brewer’s office advises the Mayor on borough concerns & advocates for borough needs

MASA (Mexican American Students’ Alliance): Partners with Mexican & Latino youth & families to develop strong learners & leaders

New York Legal Association Group: A nonprofit that does legal representation for housing and consumer protection

NY State Youth Leadership Council (NYSYLC): A youth-led immigrant non-profit that focuses on supporting undocumented students

Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation (NMIC): A non-profit that operates under a settlement house model to provide free services to residents of Upper Manhattan and the Bronx

Possibility Project: A nonprofit that brings together teens in diverse groups to transform negative forces in their lives into positive action

Project Rousseau: A nonprofit that empowers youth in communities with the greatest need to reach their full potential & pursue higher ed

Senator Kreuger’s Office: Liz Krueger is a member of the NY State Senate who represents district 28 on the East Side of Manhattan

Teaching & Writing Project: Offers programs that inspire classroom innovation and create greater equity in and through the literary arts

The Door: A nonprofit that provides comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment

The Other Side Intercultural Theatre: A nonprofit that creates a cross-cultural exchange of dramatic storytelling amongst girls

UnLocal Inc.: An organization that offers free or low-cost legal consultations, representation, education and/or social service referrals.

YMCA (McBurney Branch): A community-focused nonprofit that promotes healthy living and fosters a sense of social responsibility

Youth Connections Teen Magazine: A magazine that helps marginalized youth reach full potential through reading & writing