Academic Enrichment Programs and/or Mentoring for Students
A Better Chance: (4th – 9th graders)
The Boys Club of New York: (6 – 21 years old)
Breakthrough New York: (6th graders)
Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth: (Pre-K – 12th graders)
CitySquash: (3rd / 6th graders)
De La Salle Academy: (5th / 6th graders)
Harlem Lacrosse: (Unknown) Harlem RBI: (5 – 22 years old)
Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America: (11th graders)
NJ SEEDS: (4th/ 5th/ 7th/ 10th graders)
POSSE: (10th graders)
REACH Prep: (4th graders)
StreetSquash Harlem: (6th graders)
StreetSquash Newark: (6th graders)
The Oliver Scholars Program: (4th / 7th graders)
The TEAK Fellowship: (6th graders)
The Wight Foundation: (7th graders)
Parents League of New York: (Pre-K – 12th grade)
St. Ignatius School: (6th - 8th grade)
Madison Square Boys & Girls Club: (6 – 17 years old)
Public Library Resources
New York Public Library:
Brooklyn Public Library:
Queens Public Library:
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