New York

Programs in New York City:

100 Black Men of New York  National 
Ages: 4–18
The 100 Black Men has expanded over the decades from classroom and school-based mentoring programs to community mentoring and deploying our mentoring concept in schools run by the 100. While improving educational achievement is a significant goal of our mentoring efforts, Mentoring the 100 Way focuses on developing our mentees from elementary school to career. Our members have a passion for educating children, developing their self-awareness, uncovering hidden talents, celebrating their unique skills, and supporting youth as they pursue educational and career goals across their lifetime.

A Better Chance – National *
Grades: 4–9
A Better Chance is the oldest and only national organization of its kind changing the life trajectory for academically talented youth of color via access to rigorous and prestigious educational opportunities for students in grades 6–12. Our mission is to increase substantially the number of well-educated young people of color who are capable of assuming positions of responsibility and leadership in American society. We carry out our mission through our signature College Preparatory Schools Program, which annually recruits, refers, and supports about 500 Scholars at more than 300 Member Schools in 27 states.

Academically Interested Minds (AIM) – Kettering University – National 
Grade: 11
AIM (Academically Interested Minds) is a five-week, residential pre-college summer program that began in 1984 and has continued to thrive over the years. The program is designed to augment Kettering University's efforts to reach a greater number of multicultural students who have a strong interest in the areas of engineering, math, science, and business.

ACE Mentors of New York City – National
Grades: 9–12
Founded in 1994, the ACE name stands for Architecture, Construction, and Engineering. The ACE program stands for mentoring high school students and inspiring them to pursue careers in design and construction. Teams are composed of 15–25 students and their industry mentors. Each team is set up to emulate an actual design team, with students guided through a mock design project by their architect, engineer, and construction management mentors. The ACE Mentor Program of America, Inc. not only engages sponsors and volunteer mentors to expose students to real-world opportunities, it also financially supports each student's continued success through scholarships and grants.

ACT-SO – National
Grades: 9–12
The NAACP's Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, and Scientific Olympics is a yearlong achievement program designed to recruit, stimulate, and encourage high academic and cultural achievement among African-American high school students.

The African American Male Initiative – The Children's Aid Society 
Grades: 2–8
In 2007, Children's Aid launched The African American Male Initiative, with the support of The Charles Hayden Foundation, to help young males receive all the support needed to achieve success. It started with the Steps to Success Initiative, in which groups of young Black males beginning in second grade receive life coaching, academic support, cultural enrichment, and mentoring.

APEX for Youth
Grades: 6–12
APEX currently serves New York City youth mainly between the ages of ten to seventeen. Our programs weave one-to-one mentoring with structured programs that help students acquire skills for success in school and in life. By offering guided educational programs, as well the flexibility of social and cultural activities, APEX is able to make a significant impact on the lives of our students. The strength of our programs is also a result of the ongoing training and support for our volunteers. APEX programs are generally offered at no cost to youth participants.

Ages: 5–18
Arts to Grow is a non-profit arts education organization partnering with New York City metro area public schools and community-based organizations, bringing performing, visual, and literary arts classes to inner-city students between the ages of 5 and 18. Our programs offer young people an in-depth, hands-on opportunity to work in small groups with a professional teaching artist. Children create original artwork during classes that meet 1–2 hours per session for eight weeks to a year, during and after school, on weekends, and throughout the summer. Arts to Grow’s programs are offered free to kids and take place right in their own neighborhoods.
 
Beacon Program
Grades: 1–12
Beacons' programs are school-based community centers serving children age 6 and older and adults. There are currently 80 Beacons located throughout the five boroughs of New York City. Beacon youth programs are designed to help participants acquire the skills and attitudes they need to graduate from high school, succeed in their chosen career, and give back to the community.

Bottom Line
Grades: 9–12
Bottom Line is dedicated to helping disadvantaged students get in to college, graduate from college, and go far in life. We achieve this mission by providing low-income and first-generation students with one-on-one guidance through the application process and during college.

Boys and Girls Clubs – National
All Ages
Boys & Girls Clubs are a safe place to learn and grow all while having fun. It is the place where great futures are started each and every day. Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. Our Clubs serve millions of boys and girls, with thousands of Clubs at locations in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Program areas include: Education & Career Programs; Character & Leadership Programs; Health & Life Skills; The Arts Programs; Sports, Fitness and Recreation; and Specialized Programs.

The Boys' Club of New York 
All ages
Since 1876, The Boys’ Club of New York (BCNY) has offered New York’s young boys hope for a better future. Through its clubhouses and summer camp, BCNY builds boys into men of character with strong values, discipline, and a positive perspective. We offer programs that help boys and young men stay in school and go on to college, discover their individual musical and artistic talents, develop healthy bodies, learn leadership skills, and just have fun.

Breakthrough New York – National 
Grades: 6–8
Breakthrough New York is a six-year college access program committed to getting high-potential, low-income students to four-year colleges. We provide after-school tutoring and summer enrichment programs to some of the best and the brightest middle school students from New York public schools, providing them on an ongoing basis with the academic preparation, guidance, and mentoring they need to be able to attend selective four-year colleges.

BronxWorks
All ages
BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Youth Programs include: Early Childhood Learning Centers for preschoolers; after-school and summer camp programs; teen programs; college guidance; a high school for students who have fallen behind academically; out-of-school youth programs; GED training and testing;and swimming lessons.
 
Brooklyn College Community Partnership
Grades: 6–12
The Brooklyn College Community Partnership is a leading youth development organization that serves over 1500+ Brooklyn youth each year. Since 1994, BCCP has created networks of educational innovation that connect under-served youth, local middle and high schools, high-need communities, and Brooklyn College. Our school day and after-school programs include: service-learning, college prep and the arts. 

Brooklyn Community Services 
Grades: 3–12
Brooklyn Community Services (BCS) was founded in 1866 and continues to help children and youth reach their full potential, strengthen families, and foster self-sufficiency in adults. BCS youth programs include: early childhood education, after-school learning opportunities, and college prep. 

Grades: 9–12
buildOn's mission is to break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy, and low expectations through service and education. In the U.S., buildOn empowers urban youth to transform their neighborhoods through afterschool programs and intensive community service. Internationally, buildOn works alongside local communities to build schools in some of the economically poorest countries, including Haiti, Nicaragua, Nepal, Senegal, Malawi, and Mali. buildOn students travel to these villages to participate in school construction and be immersed in a different culture.
 
CAMBA
All ages
CAMBA programs provide thousands of low-income youth from pre-school through high school with academic assistance, counseling, tutoring, art, drama, music, sports, SAT and Regents help, opportunities to serve their communities, internships, and employment.

Camp GOALS for Girls – Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum 
Grades: 8–9
Camp G.O.A.L.S. (Greater Opportunities Advancing Leadership and Science) for Girls is an application-based free six-week summer camp for current 8th and 9th grade girls from New York City schools.

Carleton Liberal Arts Experience – Carleton College – National 
Grade: 10
Carleton College is honored to host an inspiring summer program designed for the best and brightest college-bound students representing high schools across the country. The Carleton Liberal Arts Experience (CLAE) will select 50 high school students who have just completed their sophomore year and bring them to Carleton, all expenses paid, for a one-week summer program. The CLAE program introduces the strengths of a liberal arts education through an array of courses in science, art, social sciences, and technology.

Casita Maria
Grades: 1–College
Casita Maria’s mission is to empower youth and their families by creating a culture of learning through high-quality social, cultural, and educational opportunities. Programs include: artist internships, portfolio development, after-school activities, high school prep, college prep, and more.

Chappaqua Summer Scholarship Program (CSSP) 
Grades: 9–12
The Chappaqua Summer Scholarship Program (CSSP) invites 16 to 20 promising New York City high school students to join our community every summer. Our goal is to prepare them for the rigors of college. For three consecutive years, these specially selected students attend Horace Greeley Summer School in the mornings and participate in a range of recreational and cultural activities in the afternoon.

Chess-in-the-Schools
Grades: 3–12
Chess-in-the-Schools is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to improving academic performance and building self-esteem among inner-city public school children. At the heart of all Chess-in-the-Schools programming is the chess instruction. The School Program teaches chess to students in elementary and middle schools as part of their academic school day. The College Bound program provides comprehensive college preparatory services and chess instruction in a safe and engaging environment.

Chinese-American Planning Council
Ages: 14–21
CPC Youth Services provides education, vocational, counseling, and leadership development programs for Chinese immigrants, Chinese-Americans, and other young peoples. We have offices in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens that serve youth between the ages of 14 and 21 from throughout the five boroughs of New York City.

CodeNow
Grades: 9–12
CodeNow teaches underrepresented high school students foundational skills in computer programming through free extracurricular off-campus trainings. This is essential because it lowers the barriers normally associated with programming by opening the door at an earlier stage when youth are just beginning to explore their options and opportunities.

CollegeBound Initiative-Young Women's Leadership Network
Grades: 6–12
Young Women’s Leadership Network (YWLN) supports two life-changing programs that empower youth to break the cycle of poverty through education: The Young Women’s Leadership Schools (TYWLS), a high-performing network of all-girls public secondary schools, and CollegeBound Initiative (CBI), a comprehensive college guidance program for young women and men.

College & Career OPTIONS Program – Queens Community House
Grades: 9–12
QCH offers assistance to Queens high school students and parents with the processes of college selection, seeking financial aid, college application, and acceptance through individual counseling, group sessions, and seminars in our College & Career OPTIONS program. There is a Resource Center with over 1000 college catalogues, and a computer center offering additional resources. SAT preparation classes are available. Seminars for parents are offered in financial aid, choosing a college, and the application process. College trips to public and private colleges are also offered.

College & Community Fellowship
Grades: 9–12
College and Community Fellowship (CCF) stresses academic support, complementary social coaching, and career development to build the skills justice-involved women need to successfully complete their college education. Our services begin with outreach within women’s prisons in New York State, New York City jails, and among the various community-based and alternative-to-incarceration organizations that serve women who are in the processes of re-entry, recovery, and rebuilding.

College Initiative
Grades: 6–12
CI is a community of successful, positive, and supportive students, alumni, and staff dedicated to creating pathways from criminal justice involvement to college and beyond. Together, we create college opportunities for men and women in New York City with criminal history and a high school diploma or GED.

College Now – CUNY 
Grades: 9–12
College Now is CUNY’s largest collaborative program with the New York City secondary public school system. The program offers dual enrollment and college-readiness programs in more than 350 NYC high schools and enrolls close to 20,000 students annually.

Columbia University Science Honors Program
Grades: 9–12
The Columbia University Science Honors Program (SHP) is a highly selective program for high school students who have a strong interest in the sciences and mathematics. The SHP holds classes at Columbia from 10:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. on Saturdays throughout the academic year. Courses are primarily in the physical, chemical, biological, behavioral, and computing sciences; instructors are scientists and mathematicians who are actively engaged in research at the University.

Cooper Union Outreach Program
Grades: 10–12
The Outreach Pre-College Program was formed in 1992 to extend the Summer Art Program taught and administered by School of Art faculty. Outreach continues to be a full scholarship, year–round program for New York City area high school students, grades 10–12, and is ideal preparation for students interested in pursuing a degree in art. This program serves the needs of students who would most benefit from portfolio development and a fully-funded education.

Cooper Union Summer Research Internship Program 
Grades: 10–11
The School of Engineering's Research Internship Program provides a great opportunity for high school students to tackle research problems in a college setting. Interns work in teams comprising of both high school sophomores and juniors on applied research projects under the constant guidance of Cooper Union undergraduate teaching assistants. Each project is supervised and mentored by Cooper Union faculty and covers fields such as civil, chemical, electrical, mechanical, biomedical, and environmental engineering; mathematics; chemistry; and astronomy.

Cornelia Connelly Center
Grades: 5–12
CCC operates an eight-year program on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, serving girls living in poverty. Through Connelly Middle School of the Holy Child (CMS), students in grades five through eight receive a rigorous education focused on their holistic development. The Graduate Support Program (GSP) serves graduates in grades nine through twelve, ensuring their success in high school and pursuit of higher education.

DesignPrep – National Design Museum 
Grades: 9–12
DesignPrep is a series of free programs, including workshops, studio, and college visits, that focus on all design disciplines from fashion and architecture to product design.

Development School for Youth – All Stars Project Inc. – National 
Ages: 16–21
The Development School for Youth (DSY) is the All Stars Project's innovative outside-of-school leadership and business training program. In partnership with businesses and caring corporate professionals, DSY offers supplemental educational, social, and internship experiences in a variety of workplace settings.

The Door 
Ages: 12–21
The Door's mission is to empower young people to reach their potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment. Each year, The Door serves more than 11,000 young people from all over New York City with a wide range of services, including: reproductive health care and education, mental health counseling and crisis assistance, legal assistance, GED and ESOL classes, tutoring and homework help, college preparation services, career development, job training and placement, supportive housing, sports and recreational activities, arts, and nutritious meals–all for free, completely confidentially, and under one roof.

Double Discovery Center of Columbia College 
Ages: 12–27
The Double Discovery Center of Columbia College works with low-income and first generation college Manhattan area youth and youth adults age 12 through 27 each year to ensure academic skills building and focus, high school graduation, college entrance and completion, and responsible adulthood. DDC has 2 primary programs from which we organize activities for nearly 1,000 students in grades 7 through 12, and support high school and/or college re-entry students up to age 27.

DreamYard 
Grades: K–12
Based on core values of Artistry, Character, Empowerment, and Scholarship, and aligned with the NYC Department of Education Blueprint for the Arts and the NY State Learning Standards, our programs encourage young people to pursue educational pathways toward higher learning, meaningful careers, and social action. We currently impact the social and educational development of 8,500 young people, from kindergarten to 12th grade, across 42 public schools and at the Art Center.

East Harlem Tutorial Program 
Grades: 1–12
East Harlem Tutorial Program (EHTP) teaches reading, math, and science, provides one-to-one tutoring, prepares kids for college, helps them get accepted, and builds the social skills they’ll need to succeed.
 
The Educational Alliance
All ages
The Educational Alliance is a community-based organization offering a wide range of programs that integrate education, social services, arts, and recreation throughout downtown Manhattan. The Educational Alliance currently serves 50,000 New Yorkers annually via 39 programs, including preschools, camps, afterschool programs, senior centers, health & wellness programs, arts & culture classes, and addiction recovery programs.

Education Pipeline Programs – Icahn School of Medicine 
Grades: 6–12
Mount Sinai consolidated its extensive pre-college and collegiate programs, establishing the Mount Sinai Center for Excellence in Youth Education in 1986. The Center works with a cross section of public high schools, colleges, and other youth organizations in Manhattan and the Bronx to implement academic year and summer internship and educational programs in science, nursing, and allied health fields. MedDOCs (Medical Discovery Of Careers) is a nine-week afterschool program that takes place at MSSM for high school students from economically and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds. MedDOCs aims to introduce these students to the field of medicine by teaching cardiovascular anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology.

El Puente
Ages: 6–19
El Puente is a community human rights institution that promotes leadership for peace and justice through the engagement of members (youth and adult) in the arts, education, scientific research, wellness and environmental action. Founded in 1982 by Luis Garden Acosta, El Puente currently integrates the diverse activities and community campaigns of its Center for Arts and Culture and its Green Light District & Community Wellness Program within its four neighborhood Leadership Centers, and its nationally recognized public high school, the El Puente Academy for Peace and Justice.

Engaging Latino Communities for Education (ENLACE)
Grades: 7–12
ENLACE is a multi-year cohort program that provides high-achieving Latino students with advanced academic enrichment in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), critical writing, and other college preparatory disciplines. Cohorts of 40 students complete three distinct, two-year components of ENLACE–Junior ENLACE, ENLACE Preparatory Academy, and the ENLACE Latino Collegiate Society–that prepare them, through the acquisition of skills, experiences, and exposure to new fields and information, for educational attainment, personal success, and leadership in their communities and high-technology industries where Latinos are habitually underrepresented.

The Fellowship Initiative
Grade: 9
The mission of TFI is to help young men acquire the skills, knowledge, and experience needed to succeed academically, achieve their personal and professional potential, and establish themselves as the next generation of global leaders. The Fellowship Initiative will utilize best practices and programs from partner organizations and youth development research groups to provide academic, professional, and personal enrichment; mentoring from professionals in diverse career fields; pre-college and intern support programs; and international learning opportunities.

Figure Skating in Harlem 
Grades: 1–12
Figure Skating in Harlem (FSH) is a pioneering not-for-profit organization that provides girls ages 6–18 with vital educational and skating opportunities that build self-worth and promote physical well-being and academic achievement. The organization has two essential components: off-ice education and character development classes, and our on-ice skating instruction and performance.

Fiver Children's Foundation
Ages: 8–18
The Fiver Children's Foundation is a comprehensive youth development organization that makes a 10-year commitment to children from under-served communities throughout New York City and central New York. Through character-building summer and year-round out-of-school time programs, Fiver empowers children to make ethical and healthy decisions, become engaged citizens, and succeed in school, careers, and life.

Futures and Options 
Grades: 10–12
For over fifteen years, Futures and Options has empowered New York City's under-served youth to explore careers through career development and paid, mentored internships. We reach out to teens at a formative time of their lives, guiding them to further their education and become contributing citizens.

Girls Who Code – National 
Grade: 11
Launched in Spring 2012, Girls Who Code is a national non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in the technology and engineering sectors. With support from public and private partners, Girls Who Code works to educate, inspire, and equip high school girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields.

Girls Write Now
Grades: 9–12
Our flagship mentoring program matches girls with professional women writers and includes portfolios, readings, and publication, supplemented with supports like trainings, college prep, and therapy panels. Through our college prep offerings, we help New York City area girls navigate the college admissions process.

Global Kids
Grades: 9–12
Global Kids, Inc. is a non-profit educational organization that develops youth leaders for the global stage through dynamic global education and leadership development programs. Global Kids works with under-served youth to inspire them to achieve academic excellence, self-actualization, and global competency, and empowers them to take action on critical issues facing their communities and our world. Global Kids offers a range of year-round programs in schools, online, and at our headquarters.

Global Potential
Grades: 8–12
Global Potential (GP) trains 500 youths each year ages 15-23, who have high potential visions to become leaders, change-makers, and social entrepreneurs in their urban and rural low-income communities around the world. The majority of GP participants are first and second generation immigrant youth and have origins from hundreds of countries. GP employs a holistic year and a half methodology that trains youth to become leaders through media advocacy, social entrepreneurship, global awareness, community development, and service-learning.

Goddard Riverside Community Center 
All ages
Through 27 programs at 22 sites on the Upper West Side and in West Harlem, we engage people of all ages and backgrounds. Each year Goddard Riverside serves more than 3,000 children and youth through school-based, after-school, evening, and weekend programs. The majority come from low-income families who live in the surrounding neighborhood. The college access programming provides one-to-one college counseling, mentoring and tutoring for students, and training for professionals engaged in the field of college counseling.

Harlem Center for Education 
Grades: 6–12
Our organization seeks to encourage and assist low-income youth and adults to go on to higher education by providing a variety of free services. Some of the services provided are: tutoring; career, college, and financial aid counseling; college campus visits; college admissions tests prep classes and fee waivers; afterschool middle school programs; GED classes; computer access; summer high school transitional academic program; summer scholars program; and cultural/educational trips.

Harlem Children's Zone
All ages
The Harlem Children's Zone Project is a unique, holistic approach to rebuilding a community so that its children can stay on track through college and go on to the job market. The HCZ pipeline begins with The Baby College, a series of workshops for parents of children ages 0–3. The pipeline goes on to include best-practice programs for children of every age through college. The network includes in-school, after-school, social service, health, and community-building programs. The pipeline has, in fact, dual pathways: on one track, the children go through our Promise Academy charter schools; on the other track, we work to support the public schools in the Zone, both during the school day with in-class assistants and with afterschool programs.
 
Harlem Educational Activities Fund
Grades: 6–College
Established in 1989, HEAF presently serves more than 300 students from across New York City. Students from 6th grade through college participate in an 11-Year Continuum of HEAF's academic enrichment and youth development programs. Working hand-in-hand with parents and public schools, HEAF strives to assist students in gaining entrance to New York City's most competitive high schools and the country's most prestigious colleges and universities.

Harlem RBI 
Ages: 5–22
Harlem RBI is a unique, year-round youth development program based in East Harlem, New York. Since its founding in 1991, Harlem RBI has grown to serve more than 1,500 boys and girls annually, ages 5–22, providing them with year-round sports, educational, and enrichment activities.

Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program (HPREP) – Weill Cornell Medical College 
Grades: 10–11
During the ten-week program, 10th and 11th grade high school students are exposed to physicians and health care professionals from minority groups. These professionals give lectures on a broad range of topics; in addition, the students participate in small group workshops led by medical students.

Henry Street Settlement
All ages
Youth Services at Henry Street Settlement provides a safe, structured, and holistic environment within our programs, which educate, empower, and promote social and emotional development. Programming includes: SAT prep, college prep & counseling, after-school activities, arts instruction, and summer camps.

The Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP)
Grades: 12–College
The Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) provides supportive services and financial aid to New York State residents attending independent colleges and universities in New York State. In addition to financial assistance, students in the program receive supportive services including counseling and tutoring to help ensure their success. Students must meet academic and family income guidelines to be eligible, and must attend a summer program prior to the start of their freshman year.

High School Pipeline Program – Columbia University
Grades: 9–12
In Fall 2008, the Charles Drew Premedical Society started a new initiative, its very first mentoring program called the High School Pipeline Program. This mentoring initiative was created as a way to positively impact the community and increase the number of minority, under-represented, and economically disadvantaged persons in the medical field. The program pairs each high school student with a mentor, a Columbia or Barnard premedical student, who helps to guide them through the college application process and offer advice about academic issues. The overall goal of the Pipeline Program is to create a strong support network for each of its mentees and help ease their transition from high school to college.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund – National
Grades: 9–12
The HSF's mission is to increase the number of Hispanic college graduates by awarding scholarships and assisting students and their families in navigating the barriers to college access and completion.

"I Have a Dream" New York – National 
Grades: K–12
The mission of the “I Have A Dream” Foundation – New York (IHDF-NY) is to motivate and empower children living in low-income communities to reach their education and career potential by providing a long-term program of academic support, mentoring, enrichment, and tuition assistance for higher education.

iMentor
Grades: 9–12
iMentor builds mentoring relationships that empower students in low-income communities to graduate high school, succeed in college, and achieve their ambitions. Students work with their mentors one-on-one, in-person and online, to develop strong personal relationships, nurture a college aspiration, navigate the college application process, and build critical skills that lead to college success.

Grades: 9–12
Insideschools provides independent information about New York City public schools. It also provides a directory of after-school and free programs for NYC public school students. These programs include: academic prep, arts, math & science, essay contests, history, homework help, environmental studies, and more.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation – National
Grades: 7–12
The Young Scholars Program provides the most personalized, generous scholarship experience in the nation. The Foundation works closely with Scholars and their families to construct a tailored educational program that includes, but is not limited to, support for summer programs, distance learning courses, and music and art instruction. Some Young Scholars attend a private school if none of their public school options adequately serve their academic potential; however, many stay in their public schools.

Jacob A. Riis Settlement House
Grades: K–12
The Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement House is a community-based, non-profit organization providing comprehensive services and programs to youth, families, immigrants, and seniors in the western Queens community. Riis Academy, a community-based after-school program, partners with local schools, families, and community leaders to provide the best possible services and activities for youth in grades K–12. Riis Academy offers comprehensive services from tutoring and homework help to arts and recreation.

Joan Mitchell Foundation
Grades: 3–12
A central principle of the Foundation's mission is to encourage the ambitions and education of developing visual artists. The Foundation's Art Education program strives to fulfill this mission by providing opportunities for both emerging youth artists and working adult artists through inclusive and diverse arts education programming, offered completely free to the public. The program enhances the artistic education of young painters and sculptors through studio classes, in concert with other educational opportunities encouraging students to pursue and develop their voice in the arts.

Jumpstart Program for High School Seniors – Monroe College
Grades: 11–12
Monroe College Jumpstart allows high school juniors and seniors to earn three college credits for free. In a 15-week course, the students study with professors in a college setting and earn credits. Courses are offered in accounting, business, criminal justice, culinary arts, allied health professions, hotel and restaurant management, marketing, web design, and information technology.

Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America (LEDA) – National 
Grades: 11–12
LEDA (Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America) is a not-for-profit organization devoted to developing leaders for our nation by helping exceptional public high school students who come from under-served backgrounds gain admission to the country's leading colleges and universities.

Legal Outreach 
Grades: 8–12
Legal Outreach prepares urban youth from under-served communities in New York City to compete at high academic levels by using intensive legal and educational programs as tools for fostering vision, developing skills, enhancing confidence, and facilitating the pursuit of higher education.

Liberty Leads – Bank Street College of Education 
Grades: 5–12
Bank Street’s Liberty LEADS provides 260 children and families a comprehensive after school program that meets their social and emotional needs. The program operates from Bank Street South. Services are offered to families and middle school and high school students, grades 5–12, for 11 months each year.

Liberty Partnership Program – Hostos Community College 
Grades: 9–12
At the core of Hostos Community College’s Liberty Partnerships Program is a year-round academic and culture-arts enrichment program that is enhanced by a comprehensive support services component. Currently the program serves 225 educationally disadvantaged Latino and African American students per year. Special attention is given to the needs of students with limited English proficiency, a group which traditionally is not offered enrichment programs.

The Liberty Partnerships Program 
Grades: 9–12
Liberty Partnerships Programs offer comprehensive pre-collegiate and dropout prevention programs and services to youth in Urban, Rural and Suburban communities of Western New York, Finger Lakes, Central New York, Southern Tier, North Country, Mohawk Valley, Capital District, Mid-Hudson Valley, NYC, and Long Island.

Make the Road 
Ages: 14–21
For over a decade, the Latin American Integration Center and Make the Road by Walking offered high quality youth programming which engaged young people in leading change efforts in their communities. Now, our work includes: school-based programming that supports young people in accessing college and job opportunities; partnerships with two new innovative high schools that we helped to design and launch; and an array of after school programs that support young people in developing leadership, literacy, group work, and community organizing skills.

Mathematics & Science for Minority Students (MS)2 – Andover Phillips Academy 
Grade: 9
The (MS)2 program was founded in 1977 to address the compelling need to cultivate the mathematical and scientific abilities of economically disadvantaged African American, Latino, and Native American high school students from targeted cities and communities across the United States. In a residential setting on the historic Phillips Academy campus, the three-summer program challenges students intellectually and exposes them to peers and educators with diverse backgrounds, life experiences, and aspirations.

Medical Scholars Pipeline Program – Hofstra University
Grades: 11–College
The Medical Scholars Program was designed to increase diversity of the healthcare workforce by exposing interested students from underprivileged backgrounds to various healthcare professions by leading them through a rigorous five-week academic course. The five-year Medical Scholars Program begins with rising high school juniors and continues until they reach their junior year in college. The program’s goal is to turn the students into competitive future applicants to medical schools and other health-related fields including dentistry, nursing, and medical technology. Students are also introduced to the clinical, social, and political issues facing the health care industry. Learning sessions are delivered on topics ranging from the ethics of medical research to the politics of health-care reform. In addition, students take part in exercises to develop leadership and team-building skills, SAT prep, and CPR training, which gives them vital life-saving skills that are required for any individual entering a health-related field.

Minds Matter New York – National 
Grades: 10–12
Minds Matter is a three-year program that begins in students’ sophomore year of high school. Minds Matter offers its students a combination of individualized mentor support and group instruction that provides students with the resources, information, and guidance that they need to gain admission to, enroll in, and succeed at four-year colleges. Each student is partnered with two mentors and assigned instructors from our Math Matters, SAT/ACT test preparation, and Writing and Critical Thinking programs. In addition, our students have the opportunity to attend a top-tier summer program during their sophomore and junior year as well as participate in leadership development activities.

Minority Introduction to Engineering & Science (MITES) – MIT – National 
Grade: 11
Through the MITES (Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science) program, The Office of Engineering Outreach Programs offers three rigorous residential and online academic enrichment programs for promising high school juniors who are interested in studying and exploring careers in science and engineering. By submitting a MITES application, students are automatically considered for one of three academic enrichment opportunities: a one-week residential program, a six-week residential program, and a six-month online enrichment program.

Moving Mountains 
Ages: 11–21
Moving Mountains Inc. caters to youth ages 11 to 21, providing youth services utilizing youth prevention best practices. This includes engagement techniques such as drama, vocal and dance training, professional celebrity mentorship in the arts, introduction to filming, editing and broadcasting, and producing phenomenal theater productions with strong positive messages. The organization runs year-round, operating from 3:00pm to 8:00pm on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and 10am to 6pm on Saturdays.

National Hispanic Institute – National 
Grades: 9–College
We are both a national and international organization that provides Latino young people with the structures and settings to envision themselves as future community leaders, practice their skills in leading and working with others, and engage in critical discussions to define their calling while preparing themselves for the mission of changing lives. Dedication to personal excellence, a strong belief in family and culture, and service to others are the core values and beliefs that drive the work of the Institute and embrace its vision.

National Space Club Scholars – National 
Grade: 10
The National Space Club Scholars Project is a summer intern experience for up to 30 high school students to work with space scientists and engineers. The purpose of this project is to provide students with an opportunity to experience how research and development organizations operate on a day-to-day basis in direct support of NASA's mission to inspire the next generation of explorers. Participants are assigned to work with a technical professional in a field related to the student's stated interests and expertise. The available areas of interest include Earth and space systems science, computer science, and engineering.

New Heights
Grades: 6–12
New Heights’ core program, College Bound, integrates education, athletics, and leadership development to help 200 young student-athletes, in grades six through twelve, develop the skills they need to be successful in high school, college, and life. College Bound provides academic support services and positive sports experiences to help them gain access to top high schools and colleges.

New York State Summer School of the Arts 
Grades: 8–12
NYSSSA provides young artists a unique opportunity to experience the discipline and rigors of their chosen arts field. Students work in small groups with their instructors and often are scheduled for one-on-one sessions with professionals in their arts discipline. Students will experience the daily life of top professional artists while immersing themselves in a community of students, faculty, and staff who share the same passion for their designated art.

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow
Grades: 9–12
The mission of Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow is to help disadvantaged youth and adults recognize their own self-worth and advance towards self-sufficiency and financial security through job training, academic reinforcement, improved life skills, job placement, and support services.

The Opportunity Network 
Grades: 9–12
The Opportunity Network is an intensive, six-year program designed to equal the playing field for high-achieving, under-served high school and college students by creating access for them to career opportunities, professional networks and competitive colleges.

Out-of-School Time
Grades: K–12
The Out-of-School Time (OST) Program provides a mix of academic, recreational, and cultural activities afterschool and during holidays and summer vacation for young people enrolled in grades K–12. Programs are free of charge and are located in neighborhoods across all five boroughs of New York City.

Parsons Scholars Pre-College Program
Grades: 9–12
The Parsons Scholars Program is a college access program for NYC public high school students who are passionate about pursuing higher education in art and design. Parsons Scholars dedicate their Saturdays and summers to studio coursework and workshops which expose them to a range of exciting art and design careers and majors.

PENCIL NYC
Grades: 11–12
The PENCIL Fellows Program provides promising New York City public high school students with essential career readiness training that culminates with paid, full-time, six-week summer internships at leading businesses in a range of industries across the five boroughs.

THE POINT
Grades: 1–12
THE POINT Community Development Corporation is dedicated to youth development and the cultural and economic revitalization of the Hunts Point section of the South Bronx. This central feature of THE POINT’s services offers after-school and summer programming for 500 Hunts Point young people in grades 1–12. Through justice-based arts and service learning activities, THE POINT's Arts and Advocacy Youth Development Program aims to support the academic and pre-professional, artistic, and positive social development of young people and engage them as leaders in sustainable community development.

Posse New York – National
Grade: 12
Founded in 1989, Posse identifies public high school students with extraordinary academic and leadership potential who may be overlooked by traditional college selection processes. Posse extends to these students the opportunity to pursue personal and academic excellence by placing them in supportive, multicultural teams—Posses—of 10 students. Posse partner colleges and universities award Posse Scholars four-year, full-tuition leadership scholarships.

Princeton University Summer Journalism Program – National
Grade: 11
We welcome about 20 high school students from low-income backgrounds every summer to Princeton's campus for an intensive, 10-day seminar on journalism. The program's goal is to diversify college and professional newsrooms by encouraging outstanding students from low-income backgrounds to pursue careers in journalism. All expenses, including students' travel costs to and from Princeton, are paid for by the program.

QuestBridge – National
Grades: 11–12
QuestBridge is a powerful platform bridging the nation's brightest, under-served youth and leading institutions of higher education and further opportunities. We are an aggregator of excellence. QuestBridge provides a single, internet-based meeting point which links exceptional students with colleges, scholarship providers, enrichment programs employers, and organizations seeking students who have excelled despite obstacles. By facilitating these exchanges, QuestBridge aims to increase the percentage of talented low-income students attending the nation's best universities and the ranks of national leadership itself.

Red Hook Initiative
Ages: 10–24
RHI believes that social change to overcome systemic inequities begins with empowered youth. In partnership with community adults, we nurture young people in Red Hook to be inspired, resilient, and healthy, and to envision themselves as co-creators of their lives, community, and society. The Red Hook Initiative begins exposing our members to college readiness programming as early as middle school. Throughout their experience at RHI, all young people are encouraged to explore college as an option for life after high school. Our staff provides support with the college application process, financial aid, SAT prep classes, and college exploration tours.

Rensselaer PREFACE Program 
Grades: 11–12
The Rensselaer PREFACE Program is a two-week residential summer experience for talented high school sophomores and juniors, who will enter 11th or 12th grade in the fall of the coming year and who have expressed a strong, early interest in pursuing a career in the engineering and technological professions. It is for high school students from groups that have been historically and traditionally underrepresented or under-served in science, engineering, and technological fields.

Research Science Institute – MIT – National 
Grades: 9–11
Each summer, 80 of the world's most accomplished high school students gather at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the Research Science Institute (RSI). RSI is the first cost-free-to-students summer science & engineering program to combine on-campus course work in scientific theory with off-campus work in science and technology research. RSI scholars first participate in a week of intensive STEM classes with accomplished professors. The heart of RSI is the five week research internship where students conduct individual projects under the tutelage of mentors who are experienced scientists and researchers. During the final week of RSI, students prepare written and oral presentations on their research projects.

Sadie Nash Leadership Project 
Ages: 14–25
The Sadie Nash Leadership Project (SNLP) is a unique educational model that includes rigorous coursework, mentoring, as well as service, experiential, and skill learning, including community organizing and youth-designed activism projects. Every aspect of the program is designed to support and develop young women to both visualize themselves as leaders and actualize their leadership. The structure of the Sadie Nash Leadership Project is designed to put the young women's notions of leadership through a process of transformation. At every stage in this process, high expectations are expressed for what girls can achieve and how their personal experience is deeply relevant to the cause for action.

Schomburg Junior Scholars Program
Ages: 11–18
One-hundred youths from the New York Metropolitan area, ages 11 to 18, are selected to participate in this uniquely designed pre-college black studies program at the Schomburg Center/NYPL. The Saturday sessions run from 10 am to 3 pm and are designed with an inquiry-based and project-based approach to teaching about black American history and the global black experience.

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) – National 
Grades: 9–12
The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) provides an opportunity for students to participate in research at a Department of Navy (DoN) laboratory during the summer. The goals of SEAP are to encourage participating students to pursue science and engineering careers, to further their education via mentoring by laboratory personnel and their participation in research, and to make them aware of DoN research and technology efforts, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

The Short-Term Research Experience for Underrepresented Persons (STEP-UP) – National 
Grades: 11–12
The High School STEP-UP provides hands-on summer research experience for high school students interested in exploring research careers in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical, and social sciences. The program provides exposure to the core NIDDK mission areas of: diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolic diseases; digestive diseases and nutrition; and kidney, urologic, and hematologic diseases.

Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP) – National 
Grades: 9–12
The Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP) is a four-week residential program for exceptional young women with strong interests in science, engineering, and medicine. Each July, select high school students from across the country and abroad come to Smith College to do hands-on research with Smith faculty in the life and physical sciences and in engineering.

South Asian Youth Action: SAYA! 
Grades: 1–12
South Asian Youth Action's (SAYA!) holistic approach to youth development is focused on programs that develop individual and group talent, skills, knowledge, and leadership. SAYA! counsels, teaches, and empowers young people in South Asian communities throughout New York City. We level the playing field by taking a comprehensive approach to youth development. This includes academic support, leadership development, arts, sports, and counseling.

Sponsors for Educational Opportunity
Grades: 9–12
SEO Scholars is a rigorous year-round, out-of-school academic program that prepares motivated low-income public high school students to get to and through America’s competitive colleges and universities. The program is free for students and has tripled in size since 2006. SEO Career recruits and trains outstanding college students of color for summer internships that lead to full-time jobs with investment banks, corporate law firms, and other leading global companies. Historically, more than 75% of interns receive full-time job offers from SEO corporate partners. Over the past two years, SEO has provided more than 600 internships with more than 50 corporate and non­profit partners.

S-Prep – Columbia University
Grades: 9–12
The State Pre-College Enrichment Program (S-PREP) is an educational and motivational program for academically talented minority and economically disadvantaged high school students who endeavor to enter the field of medicine, science, or related health professions. The program's aim is to be a pipeline that will assist with increasing the number of minority physicians, scientists, and other health professionals. The courses offered may include: biology, biochemistry, calculus, chemistry, genetics, microbiology, neuroscience, physics, physiology, and pre-calculus, and SAT preparation courses provided by Kaplan.

Stanford Institutes of Medicine Summer Research Program (SIMR) – National 
Grades: 11–12
This is an eight-week program in which high school students from diverse backgrounds are invited to perform basic research with Stanford faculty, post-doctoral fellows, students, and researchers on a medically-oriented project. The goals of the program include increasing interest in biological sciences and medicine in high school students, helping students to understand how scientific research is performed, and increasing diversity of students and researchers in the sciences.

Stanford Medical Youth Science Program – National 
Grades: 9–12
The Stanford Medical Youth Science Program works to increase knowledge about the sciences and health professions, and offer guidance about the college admissions process to low-income and/or under-represented minority students. To meet this goal, SMYSP offers a university-based five-week Summer Residential Program and school-based academic year health disparities curriculum.

Stella Adler Studio
Grades: 9–12
The Stella Adler Outreach Division provides free actor-training to inner-city youth. Outreach aims to empower young people through craft. This is achieved through three major initiatives: 1) Adler Youth, 2) Summer Shakespeare and 3) School Partnerships. This program serves low-income teens and/or those who do not have arts programming at school.

The Street Academy for Financial Literacy
Grades: 1–College
We endeavor to bridge the financial divide in America by equipping the economically disenfranchised with the essentials of personal finance and individual investing, while making it fun along the way. Street Cents is a financial literacy program for middle school students. Young Money is a financial literacy program meant for young adults in high school and college. Young Money is designed to cover all facets of personal finance, insurance, investing, credit, banking, etc. Students can also participate in The Stock Market Game, a 6 week workshop where students learn about various investment products and are given $100,000 virtual investment portfolios to manage, and Net Gains, a financial literacy workshop for basketball players.

Student Sponsor Partners *
Grades: 8–12
Student Sponsor Partners addresses the high school dropout crisis in New York City by providing under-served students with four years of college-preparatory education. All SSP students are paired with sponsors who offer financial support and mentors who offer one-to-one mentoring.

Summer Arts Institute 
Grades: 8–12
The Summer Arts Institute is a tuition-free, intensive arts program for New York City public school students entering grades 8–12. Students can major in dance, theater, instrumental music (band), vocal music, film, photography or visual arts. The program is designed for students at an intermediate or advanced level of study in their chosen discipline.

Summer Humanities Institute – Stanford – National 
Grades: 11–12
Students will spend three weeks on the beautiful Stanford campus, living in residence. They will spend the first two weeks intensively studying and researching a topic in history or philosophy, attending daily lectures by the faculty members, and participating in group discussions and activities in the afternoon. During their third week, students will work closely with their professors, graduate students, and writing mentors to produce original research projects. These papers present an opportunity for students to use what they have learned at Stanford to develop their own answers to the central questions that are addressed by the humanities.

Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research (SIP) – National 
Ages: 16 and over
Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. Internships cover a minimum of eight weeks, with students generally arriving at the NIH in May or June. The NIH Institutes and the Office of Intramural Training & Education sponsor a wide range of summer activities including lectures featuring distinguished NIH investigators, career/professional development workshops, and Summer Poster Day.

Summer On the Hill 
Grades: 3–12
Summer on the Hill (SOH) is a year-round, supplemental enrichment program for promising, low-income public school students from the Bronx, Washington Heights, and Harlem.

Summer Research with the National Institute on Drug Abuse – National 
Ages: 15 and over
This program is designed to provide high school and undergraduate students from under-represented groups with meaningful research experiences and mentorship in the field of drug abuse and addiction. Each year up to 50 NIDA research investigators offer their labs and time for eight to ten weeks to mentor up to 60 students interested in drug abuse research.

Summer Science Research Program – Rockefeller University 
Grades: 9–12
The Rockefeller University Summer Science Research Program (SSRP) provides high school students with an opportunity to conduct hands-on research under the mentorship of leading scientific researchers at one of the world's premier biomedical research facilities. Over the seven weeks of the Program, participants will be immersed in the content, process, and culture of scientific research. Participants will engage in all aspects of the lab experience including doing research, reading the relevant literature, and participating in lab meetings.

Summer Search New York – National 
Grades: 9–12
The mission of Summer Search is to find resilient low-income high school students and inspire them to become responsible and altruistic leaders by providing year-round mentoring, life-changing summer experiences, college advising, and a lasting support network.

TEAK Fellowship *
Grades: 6–12
The TEAK Fellowship helps talented New York City students from low-income families gain admission to and succeed at top high schools and colleges. Along with academic support, TEAK provides leadership training, exposure to the arts and outdoors, mentoring, career experience, and assistance with the high school and college application processes.

Telluride Association Sophomore Summer – National 
Grades: 10
Telluride works with university faculty to create exciting courses designed to inspire young people to explore the histories, politics, and cultural experiences of people of African descent and a variety of other topics.

Telluride Association Summer Program – National 
Grades: 11
A Telluride Association Summer Program (TASP) is a six-week educational experience for high school juniors that offers challenges and rewards rarely encountered in secondary school or even college. Each program is designed to bring together young people from around the world who share a passion for learning. Telluride students, or TASPers, attend a seminar led by college and university scholars and participate in many other educational and social activities outside the classroom.

Together Our Resources Can Help (TORCH)
Grades: 9–12
TORCH is dedicated to transforming the lives of under-served New York City public high school students by providing intensive exposure to career training and opportunities in communications and the arts, all while facilitating a meaningful way of increasing the diversity of the workforce in those industries. Through hands-on career focused projects, educational outreach, and professional mentors, students are provided with the tools to formulate and pursue career and educational goals.

Union County College Youth Summer Programs 
Ages: 7–18
The college's Youth Programs division offers programs for youth ages 7 to 18 years. Both academic and leisure enrichment classes are offered, including reading and math enhancement, app development, science, art, guitar, financial management skills, classes with Black Rocket and Mad Science, and more.

Upward Bound – City College of New York
Grades 9–12
Upward Bound, a college preparation program for high school students, has been hosted at City College of New York since 1993. Upward Bound, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, is a year-round program designed to improve students' academic and study skills in high school, to develop their career and educational plans, and to help them enter and succeed in higher education.

Upward Bound – John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Grades: 9–12
Upward Bound is one of the Federal TRIO Programs. These programs are educational outreach programs designed to motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds. It focuses on rigorous academic and skill development with particular emphasis on computer, math, and science courses. In addition, students learn how to select colleges, complete a college application, and seek financial aid. Follow-up services are available to help those who enroll in college.

Upward Bound – NYU Steinhardt 
Grades: 9–12
Upward Bound is the first program of its kind in the nation to increase the number of students with disabilities who go on to post-secondary education. Upward Bound targets economically disadvantaged, high school students who have a physical or learning disability from New York City who are potential first-generation college students. The program operates at NYU on Saturdays during the academic year and includes a 6 week summer experience. It focuses on rigorous academic and skill development with particular emphasis on computer, math, and science courses. In addition, students learn how to select colleges, complete a college application, and seek financial aid.

Upward Bound – PACE University
Grades: 9–12
Now in its fourteenth year, the Pace University Upward Bound (UB) Program is an academic support and college preparatory grant program that annually funds these services for 75 high school students from Brooklyn. The Pace University Upward Bound Program has two required components for student participants that work to ensure year-round support. The Summer Program is a six-week program providing academic and enrichment classes, and an intensive college preparatory curriculum for rising 10th, 11th and 12th grade students. Five of the six weeks are non-residential, and the last week is residential, taking place on the Pace Westchester campus. During the academic year, students are required to attend Saturday sessions from 10am-4pm, and after-school tutoring.

Urban League of New York – National 
Grades: 6–12
For over 90 years, we have been helping disadvantaged New Yorkers gain access to equal opportunity in employment, education, health care, housing, and the civic arena.

Urban Upbound College Access Program
Grade: 11
Urban Upbound's (formerly known as East River Development Alliance) College Access Program provides a full array of college counseling and placement services to high school students who live in local public housing communities. 

Urban Word 
Grades: 6–12
Urban Word presents literary arts education and youth development programs in the areas of creative writing, spoken word, college prep, literature, and hip-hop. UW provides free, safe, and uncensored writing workshops to teens year round, and hosts the Annual NYC Teen Poetry Slam, NY Knicks Poetry Slam, an Annual College Fair, NYC Youth Poet Laureate Program, Uptown Open and Brooklyn Open, Town Hall Meetings, and more. UW works directly with over 25,000 teens each year and awards over $650,000 in college scholarships annually.

Ventures Scholars – National
Grades: 9-College
The Ventures Scholars Program is a national non-profit membership program designed to promote access to higher education for young adults interested in pursuing math- and science-based careers.

viBe Theater Experience
Ages: 13–19
viBe Theater Experience (viBe) is a non-profit performing arts and education organization that empowers teenage girls through the creation and production of original performances. We provide a safe space for girls to write, create and perform collaborative performances about real-life issues as they express their unique voices, foster meaningful relationships, take on challenges, and gain the self-confidence to succeed personally, socially, and academically. Our free programs and productions inspire teenage girls to work together and direct, publish, record, and perform in art forms including theater, dance, poetry, and music.

Visionary Studio – Steinhardt
Grades: 9–12
Visionary Studio provides New York City high school students with free, intensive access to contemporary art and art-making. The summer program includes nine-weeks of theme-based studio classes that address significant social issues and the ways in which art and artists influence society.

W.E.B. Dubois Scholars Institute – National 
Grades: 10–11
The W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Institute provides leadership, scholarship, community service, and entrepreneur training along with exposure to science and technology for high-achieving youth attending secondary schools. It was founded with an aim to develop a cadre of brilliant leaders/activist-scholars with a commitment to contributing their talents for the betterment of others by solving major problems facing our society.

Women's Technology Program – MIT – National 
Grade: 11
The MIT Women's Technology Program (WTP) is a rigorous four-week summer academic and residential experience where female high school students explore engineering through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects in the summer after 11th grade.

Youth Ambassadors Internship Program – Museum for African Art 
Grades: 11-12
The Museum for African Art is offering an exciting opportunity for 25 selected high school students to learn about the cultures, arts, and history of Africa and the African Diaspora. The Youth Ambassadors Internship Program is open to all current high school sophomores and juniors (incoming juniors and seniors) interested in exploring the roles of citizen journalist (through blogs and social media), digital artist, and educator, as well as develop valuable workplace skills. This paid internship runs for 6 months, beginning with a full-time training program in the summer, a week of assisting in teaching a summer arts program, and working one weekend day a month from July to December.

YouthAction NYC – Citizens' Committee for Children
Grades: 9–12
YouthAction NYC is an after-school program for high school students. The Youth Community Leadership Course (YCLC) is offered in the fall and spring on Monday afternoons, and teaches youth how to engage in fact-based advocacy. YCLC graduates are then able to become Youth Action Members (YAMs) and Peer Trainers.

Youth Leadership Conference on Asian and Pacific Islander Health – Stanford – National 
Grades: 9–12
The Youth Leadership Conference on Asian and Pacific Islander Health is a four day conference at Stanford University. High school students from across the country are invited to attend to gain leadership skills for effecting change in local communities. Conference participants will meet other students interested in making a difference in public health. Leading medical experts, professors, and policymakers will speak on issues of Asian and Pacific Islander health. Students will also have a chance to apply the skills they gain in an outreach planning simulation.


Programs in Other New York Counties:

Ages: 4–18         
The 100 Black Men has expanded over the decades from classroom and school-based mentoring programs to community mentoring and to deploying our mentoring concept in schools run by the 100. While improving educational achievement is a significant goal of our mentoring efforts, Mentoring the 100 Way focuses on developing our mentees from elementary school to career.
                                                                                                                                                                               
A Better Chance – National *
Grades: 4–9
A Better Chance is the oldest and only national organization of its kind changing the life trajectory for academically talented youth of color via access to rigorous and prestigious educational opportunities for students in grades 6–12. Our mission is to increase the number of well-educated young people of color who are capable of assuming positions of responsibility and leadership in American society. We carry out our mission through our signature College Preparatory Schools Program, which annually recruits, refers, and supports about 500 Scholars at more than 300 Member Schools in 27 states.
 
Academically Interested Minds (AIM) – Kettering University – National                               
Grade: 11           
AIM (Academically Interested Minds) is a five-week residential pre-College summer program which began in 1984 and has continued to thrive over the years. The program is designed to augment Kettering University's efforts to reach a greater number of multicultural students who have a strong interest in the areas of engineering, math, science, and business. 
 
Grades: 9–12
The ACE name stands for Architecture, Construction, and Engineering. The ACE program stands for mentoring high school students and inspiring them to pursue careers in design and construction. Teams are composed of 15–25 students and their industry mentors. Each team is set up to emulate an actual design team, with students guided through a mock design project by their architect, engineer, and construction management mentors. The ACE Mentor Program of America, Inc. not only engages sponsors and volunteer mentors to expose students to real-world opportunities, it also financially supports each student's continued success through scholarships and grants.
 
ACT–SO – National                                          
Grades: 9–12    
The NAACP's Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics is a year-long achievement program designed to recruit, stimulate, and encourage high academic and cultural achievement among African-American high school students.
 
Grades: K–12
From the multi-disciplinary AACC Cultural Enrichment/Educational Directives After School Program and Jumpin' Jambalaya Summer Program, to the soul-stirring AACC Dance and Drum Performance Company (its cornerstone component), inspirational Paul Robeson Theatre, and entertaining Pine Grill Jazz Reunion, the African American Cultural Center stands firmly committed to promoting a positive sense of self among the community it was founded to serve. Its programs and services are still structured to motivate personal growth, stimulate untapped potential, and facilitate a better understanding of cultural diversity among all people.
 
Grades: 9–12
The AK Teens program, presented by First Niagara, is a dynamic mentoring program serving teens from across Western New York and Southern Ontario. Designed to mentor young adults seeking to pursue careers in creativity and the arts, AK Teens provides a platform for young artists to exhibit their work, and to prepare portfolios, which are vital for admission to college arts programs. The program offers workshops and mentoring on subjects ranging from making art to working in the arts, and even public speaking.
 
All Ages
Boys & Girls Clubs are a safe place to learn and grow, all while having fun. It is the place where great futures are started each and every day. Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging, and influence. Our Clubs serve millions of boys and girls, with thousands of Clubs at locations in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Programming are in the areas of: Education & Career Programs; Character & Leadership Programs; Health & Life Skills; The Arts Programs; Sports, Fitness and Recreation; and Specialized Programs.
 
Grades: 7–12
Buffalo-area Engineering Awareness for Minorities, Inc. (BEAM) is a cooperative educational enrichment program that prepares inner city, minority, female, and other under-represented students for careers in science, engineering, and technology. Programs include: BEAM TREK, the Pre-Collegiate Summer Program, and the Research Honors Summer Program. 

Grades: 5-12
Buffalo Prep provides talented students of color from disadvantaged backgrounds with accelerated classes, tutoring, mentoring, and scholarship opportunities for high school and college. A University at Buffalo sponsored program, Buffalo Prep’s summer and after-school academic enrichment programs prepare a new and more diverse generation of leaders and gives promising students access to the resources necessary to enter college preparatory high schools and gain admission to college. Many students begin Prep’s rigorous programs as early as fifth grade and commit their summers, evenings and weekends to prepare for higher achievement.  Buffalo Prep now serves approximately 450 students each year throughout its core programs: Middle School Prep, High School Prep, College Prep, and Rising to Distinction.
 
Grade: 11
Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession (COAP) is a FREE three- to five-day summer program that is held at several college campuses across New York State. Each year, more than 250 students participate in COAP, many of whom go on to study accounting in college and pursue careers in business or finance. Since its inception, more than 3,000 students have experienced the COAP program.
 
Carleton Liberal Arts Experience (CLAE) – National                                         
Grade: 10                         
Carleton College is honored to host an inspiring summer program designed for the best and brightest college-bound students representing high schools across the country. The Carleton Liberal Arts Experience (CLAE) will select 50 high school students who have just completed their sophomore year and bring them to Carleton, all expenses paid, for a one-week summer program. The CLAE program introduces the strengths of a liberal arts education through an array of courses in science, art, social sciences, and technology. 
 
Grades: K–12
Serving hundreds of children each year, CEPA’s arts education programs stem from a belief that youth empowerment and success hinges on their access to adult and peer mentors, one-on-one encouragement, and opportunities to share their thoughts and experiences with the larger community. By welcoming honest expression in response to projects that are relevant to their lives, we encourage children to see themselves as agents of change—all while rekindling a pure love of learning. Our broad array of 10-week arts education programs are designed to utilize artists as partners and combine photography, literary arts, and technology to provide accessible and incredibly powerful opportunities for children to exercise their inherent creativity while exploring themes of self, family, and community.

Grades: K–12
The mission of the Division of Youth Services is to provide youth of the City of Buffalo with a voice in local government; expand current prevention, intervention, and counseling services; and offer youth workforce development and opportunities through creative partnerships, which will ultimately contribute to the re-birth of the City of Buffalo. Currently, the Division of Youth serves at-risk youth throughout the City of Buffalo through the following programs: Youth Counseling Program, Anti-Crime Program, Code of Conduct Program, and the Buffalo Youth Impact Project, which includes Anti-Violence Workshops.

Ages: 14–21
The focus of CNY Works Youth Services is to engage our 14–21 year old participants in a variety of educational enrichment activities that will enable them to make better educational and occupational decisions and help prepare them for careers, not just entry-level jobs. Our mission is to place as many youth as possible in appropriate, meaningful jobs in safe settings, while providing exceptional supports, academic enrichment, and opportunities to gain marketable skills; and to provide the community and businesses a view of our local emerging workforce at its best.

Grades: 11–12
The College Bound Program at St. John Fisher College is designed to support the growing population of highly motivated low-income, first-generation high school students by providing them with the knowledge, skills, and ongoing support they need to successfully complete the college application and selection process. To assist students in negotiating the college admission process, St. John Fisher College will offer an intensive five-day residence program of college guidance conducted by experienced college admission professionals.
 
Grades: 9–12    
DesignPrep is a series of free programs, including workshops, studio, and college visits, that focuses on all design disciplines from fashion and architecture to product design. 

Development School for Youth – All Starts Project Inc.
 – National            
Ages: 16–21       
The Development School for Youth (DSY) is the All Stars Project's innovative outside-of-school leadership and business training program. In partnership with businesses and caring corporate professionals, DSY offers supplemental educational, social, and internship experiences in a variety of workplace settings.
 
All Ages
The mission of the Youth Bureau is to serve youth and families through asset development and advocacy, prevention, and intervention programs that strengthen families and communities. Examples of programs funded by the ECYB are afterschool programs, mentoring programs, literacy programs, technology instruction programs, leadership programs, job readiness training programs, counseling programs, mentoring programs, and more.  
 
Ages: 14–20
Exploring is Learning for Life’s career education program for young men and women who are 14 (and have completed the eighth grade) or 15 through 20 years old. Exploring is based on a unique and dynamic relationship between youth and the organizations in their communities. Local community organizations initiate an Explorer post by matching their people and program resources to the interests of young people in the community. The result is a program of activities that helps youth pursue their special interests, grow, and develop.
 
Grades: 9–12
This Veterinary Explorer Program meets the first and third Wednesday of each month through May at Medaille College. This is a “hands-on” program for high school students thinking about a career in veterinary medicine, veterinary technology, or anyone who is interested in animals. It is conducted by a team of veterinarians.
 
All Ages
Gateway-Longview is a child and family service organization in Buffalo, NY, that has been providing care, counseling, and support to countless children and families in Western & Central New York since 1890. Gateway-Longview’s Educational Services programs are designed to provide highly focused special education to preschool, elementary, middle, and high school students in need of individualized scholastic assistance. Services include therapeutic preschool, day school, and day treatment programs.
 
Grades: 9–12
The Hauptman-Woodward Institute's high school apprenticeship program is a unique learning experience that affords area high school students the opportunity to study evolution and bioinformatics in the laboratory of H. A. Hauptman Distinguished Scientist, Dr. William L. Duax. Scheduling is tailored to the needs of the individual students. Students who are accepted into the program can work on Fridays, after school, or during part of their summer vacations. Past participants have competed in regional science fairs, gained admission to prestigious colleges and universities, and earned scholarships.
 
Grades: 7–College
Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection, an affiliate of Hillside Family of Agencies, is a nationally recognized youth development program proven to increase graduation rates and prepare students within the city school districts of Rochester and Syracuse, New York and Prince George’s County, Maryland to enter college or the workplace, post-graduation. The program provides long-term advocacy, academic resources, life skills development, and job training, resulting in self-sufficient, contributing adults for the community. Students enroll in the program in seventh through ninth grade, and HW-SC continues to support students for up to two years after high school graduation.
 
Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) – National                        
Grades: 9–12    
The HSF mission is to increase the number of Hispanic college graduates by awarding scholarships and assisting students and their families in navigating the barriers to college access and completion.
 
Grades: K–12                                                    
The mission of the “I Have A Dream” Foundation–New York (IHDF–NY) is to motivate and empower children living in low-income communities to reach their education and career potential by providing a long-term program of academic support, mentoring, enrichment, and tuition assistance for higher education.
 
Grades: 7–12                    
The Young Scholars Program provides the most personalized, generous scholarship experience in the nation. The Foundation works closely with Scholars and their families to construct a tailored educational program that includes, but is not limited to, support for summer programs, distance learning courses, and music and art instruction. Some Young Scholars attend a private school if none of their public school options adequately serve their academic potential; however, many stay in their public schools
 
Grades: K–12
Journey's End Refugee Services, Inc., is a Christian community-based organization with the mission of welcoming refugees without regard to ethnic origin or creed and to assist them to become healthy, independent, contributing members of the community. Journey's End offers an array of services to refugees resettled into Western New York. These include: Refugee Resettlement, Education Services, Employment Services, Immigration-Legal Services, and Interpreting Services.
 
Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America (LEDA) – National                                 
Grades: 11–12                  
LEDA (Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America) is a not-for-profit organization devoted to developing leaders for our nation by helping exceptional public high school students who come from under-served backgrounds gain admission to the country's leading colleges and universities.
 
Minds Matter New York – National        
Grades: 10–12                                  
Minds Matter is a three-year program that begins in students’ sophomore year of high school. Minds Matter offers its students a combination of individualized mentor support and group instruction that provides students with the resources, information, and guidance that they need to gain admission to, enroll in, and succeed at four–year colleges.  Each student is partnered with two mentors and assigned instructors from our Math Matters, SAT/ACT test preparation, and Writing and Critical Thinking programs. In addition, our students have the opportunity to attend a top-tier summer program during their sophomore and junior year as well as participate in leadership development activities.
 
Minority Introduction to Engineering & Science (MITES) – MIT – National                            
Grade: 11         
Through the MITES (Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science) program, The Office of Engineering Outreach Programs offers three rigorous residential and online academic enrichment programs for promising high school juniors who are interested in studying and exploring careers in science and engineering. By submitting a MITES application, students are automatically considered for one of three academic enrichment opportunities: a one-week residential program, a six-week residential program, and a six-month online enrichment program.
 
National Hispanic Institute – National                                   
Grades: 9–College          
We are both a national and international organization that provides Latino young people with the structures and settings to envision themselves as future community leaders, practice their skills in leading and working with others, and engage in critical discussions to define their calling while preparing themselves for the mission of changing lives. Dedication to personal excellence, a strong belief in family and culture, and service to others are the core values and beliefs that drive the work of the Institute and embrace its vision.
 
National Space Club Scholars – National               
Grade: 10                         
The National Space Club Scholars Project is a summer intern experience for up to 30 high school students to work with space scientists and engineers. The purpose of this project is to provide students with an opportunity to experience how research and development organizations operate on a day-to-day basis in direct support of NASA's mission to inspire the next generation of explorers. Participants are assigned to work with a technical professional in a field related to the student's stated interests. The available areas of interest include Earth and space systems science, computer science, and engineering.
 
Grades: K–12
We administer grant-funded Rochester Institute of Technology K-12 programs that provide academic enrichment for the Rochester region’s high school and middle school students. We use applied learning in the sciences, technology, engineering, mathematics, and leadership skill development to give public school students from local districts a better understanding of technology and an awareness of its impact on their career choices in the 21st century. Students enrolled in our programs experience college preparation, pre-college STEM education, and opportunities for career exploration.

Grades: 9–12
For the past 15 years, On Point for College has helped more than 4,600 first-generation youth to get into college, stay there, and succeed afterwards. We help students find financial aid, fill out the forms, and get the resources to survive and succeed. We drive them to colleges, visit them to help them stay on track, and go to their graduations. And since 2008, we've helped them get jobs afterward.
 
Posse New York – National         
Grade: 12                                                                         
Founded in 1989, Posse identifies public high school students with extraordinary academic and leadership potential who may be overlooked by traditional college selection processes. Posse extends to these students the opportunity to pursue personal and academic excellence by placing them in supportive, multicultural teams—Posses—of 10 students. Posse partner colleges and universities award Posse Scholars four–year, full–tuition leadership scholarships.
 
Princeton University Summer Journalism Program – National                                   
Grade: 11                         
We welcome about 20 high school students from low-income backgrounds every summer to Princeton's campus for an intensive, 10-day seminar on journalism. The program's goal is to diversify college and professional newsrooms by encouraging outstanding students from low-income backgrounds to pursue careers in journalism. All expenses, including students' travel costs to and from Princeton, are paid for by the program.
 
QuestBridge – National
Grades: 11–12                  
QuestBridge is a powerful platform bridging the nation's brightest, under-served youth and leading institutions of higher education and further opportunities. We are an aggregator of excellence. QuestBridge provides a single, internet-based meeting point which links exceptional students with colleges, scholarship providers, enrichment programs employers, and organizations seeking students who have excelled despite obstacles. By facilitating these exchanges, QuestBridge aims to increase the percentage of talented low-income students attending the nation's best universities and the ranks of national leadership itself.
 
Grades: 9–11                    
Each summer, 80 of the world's most accomplished high school students gather at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the Research Science Institute (RSI). RSI is the first cost-free-to-students summer science & engineering program to combine on-campus course work in scientific theory with off-campus work in science and technology research. RSI scholars first participate in a week of intensive STEM classes with accomplished professors. The heart of RSI is the five-week research internship where students conduct individual projects under the tutelage of mentors who are experienced scientists and researchers. During the final week of RSI, students prepare written and oral presentations on their research projects.
 
Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) – National                                     
Grades: 9–12                    
The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) provides an opportunity for students to participate in research at a Department of Navy (DoN) laboratory during the summer. The goals of SEAP are to encourage participating students to pursue science and engineering careers, to further their education via mentoring by laboratory personnel and their participation in research, and to make them aware of DoN research and technology efforts, which can lead to employment within the DoN.
 
Grades: 9–12
Exploring the Arts brings together high school students from a wide variety of backgrounds and introduces them to a number of art forms including the visual, literary, and performing arts. Through work with teaching artists, visits to cultural institutions, and hands on art activities, students make a connection among various art forms and learn to appreciate the perspectives and talents of others. Shea’s Master Class Program allows high school students in grades 9–12 to explore the various aspects of the performing and literary arts. Every master class is connected to a specific Broadway production presented at Shea’s. Students have the opportunity to learn from working professionals in the arts, receive complimentary tickets to a Shea’s Broadway Series performances, and meet cast members from the Broadway production they are studying.
 
The Short–term Research Experience for Underrepresented Persons (STEP–UP) – National                       
Grades: 11–12  
The High School STEP–UP provides hands-on summer research experience for high school students interested in exploring research careers in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical, and social sciences. The program provides exposure to the core NIDDK mission areas of diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolic diseases; digestive diseases and nutrition; and kidney, urologic and hematologic diseases.

Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP) – National                                        
Grades: 9–12                    
The Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP) is a four-week residential program for exceptional young women with strong interests in science, engineering, and medicine. Each July, select high school students from across the country and abroad come to Smith College to do hands-on research with Smith faculty in the life and physical sciences and in engineering.
 
Grades: 7–12
The Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) increases the number of historically under-represented and economically disadvantaged students pursuing careers leading to professional licensure or professions in mathematics, science, technology, and health-related fields. STEP Programs provides students with academic enrichment and research experience in science, mathematics, and technology content areas. Programs consist of summer and academic year components. There are sixty STEP Programs housed at institutions of higher education and/or professional schools across New York State.
 
Grade: 11
Your research experience will be set within the collaborative and mentored environment of a world-renowned cancer researcher’s laboratory, where you will work alongside a research staff of graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, and technicians. Your core research experience will be supported by educational seminars and career development activities. These include a weekly course, invited speaker seminars and field trips to life sciences companies. You will develop skill sets important to a scientific career, learn about cutting-edge cancer science topics, and explore non-traditional science careers. You will conclude your research experience by giving a poster presentation at a research conference where you will hone your scientific communication skills. Throughout the program you will have opportunities to bond with peers who have the same interest in science by attending planned social activities.
 
Summer Humanities Institute– Stanford – National                       
Grades: 11–12                  
Students will spend three weeks on the beautiful Stanford campus, living in residence. They will spend the first two weeks intensively studying and researching a topic in history or philosophy, attending daily lectures by the faculty members, and participating in group discussions and activities in the afternoon. During their third week, students will work closely with their professors, graduate students, and writing mentors to produce original research projects. These papers present an opportunity for students to use what they have learned at Stanford to develop their own answers to the central questions that are addressed by the humanities.
 
Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research (SIP) – NIH – National                                         
Ages: 16 and over                           
Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side–by–side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research.  Internships cover a minimum of eight weeks, with students generally arriving at the NIH in May or June. The NIH Institutes and the Office of Intramural Training & Education sponsor a wide range of summer activities including lectures featuring distinguished NIH investigators, career/professional development workshops, and Summer Poster Day.
 
Summer Research with the National Institute on Drug Abuse – National                                              
Ages: 15 and over           
This program is designed to provide high school and undergraduate students from under-represented groups with meaningful research experiences and mentorship in the field of drug abuse and addiction. Each year up to 50 NIDA research investigators offer their labs and their time for eight to ten weeks to mentor up to 60 students interested in drug abuse research.
 
Telluride Association Sophomore Summer – National                   
Grade: 10                         
Telluride works with university faculty to create exciting courses designed to inspire young people to explore the histories, politics, and cultural experiences of people of African descent and a variety of other topics.
 
Telluride Association Summer Program (TASP) – National                                           
Grade: 11                         
A Telluride Association Summer Program (TASP) is a six-week educational experience for high school juniors that offers challenges and rewards rarely encountered in secondary school or even college. Each program is designed to bring together young people from around the world who share a passion for learning. Telluride students, or TASPers, attend a seminar led by college and university scholars and participate in many other educational and social activities outside the classroom.
 
Grades: 6–12
TRIO is a set of federally-funded college opportunity programs that motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their pursuit of a college degree. Talent Search projects serve young people in grades 6 through 12. In addition to counseling, participants receive information about college admissions requirements, scholarships, and various student financial aid programs. Find programs near you by state or district.
 
Grades: 9–12
TRIO is a set of federally-funded college opportunity programs that motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their pursuit of a college degree. Upward Bound helps youth prepare for higher education. Participants receive instruction in literature, composition, mathematics, and science on college campuses after school, on Saturdays and during the summer. Find programs near you by state or district.
 
Grades: 9–12
TRIO is a set of federally-funded college opportunity programs that motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their pursuit of a college degree. Upward Bound Math and Science helps students from low-income families to strengthen math and science skills. In addition, students learn computer technology as well as English, foreign language, and study skills. Find programs near you by state or district.
 
Urban League of New York – National   
Grades: 6–12    
For over 90 years, we have been helping disadvantaged New Yorkers gain access to equal opportunity in employment, education, health care, housing, and the civic arena. 
 
Ventures Scholars – National                     
Grades: 9–College                          
The Ventures Scholars Program is a national non-profit membership program designed to promote access to higher education for young adults interested in pursuing math- and science-based careers.
 
W.E.B. Dubois Scholars Institute– National                                        
Grades: 10–11                  
The W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Institute provides leadership, scholarship, community service, and entrepreneur training along with exposure to science and technology for high-achieving youth attending secondary schools. It was founded with an aim to develop a cadre of brilliant leaders and activist scholars with a commitment to contributing their talents for the betterment of others by solving major problems facing our society.
 
Women's Technology Program (WTP) – MIT – National                         
Grade: 11                         
The MIT Women's Technology Program (WTP) is a rigorous four-week summer academic and residential experience where female high school students explore engineering through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects in the summer after 11th grade.
 
Ages 7–17
Discover what summer dreams are made of in a place “where only good prevails” at resident YMCA Camp Weona. Each day is full of new adventures, whether hiking a trail, kayaking under the blue sky, making new friends, singing by the campfire, jumping into the refreshing pool, setting up a campsite, or fishing at the lake. YMCA Camp Weona serves children 7–17 years old with exciting summer camp options for one-, two-, or several-week stays, with both traditional and high adventure activities. 
 
All Ages
Racial justice and women's economic advancement are the hallmark programs of the YWCA. Programs of the YWCA of Western New York include: day care; school-age care; transitional housing for women, including victims of domestic violence; education and empowerment for girls; career, education, and leadership programs for at-risk youth; and subsidized housing for seniors.

Ages: 21 and under
Youth Enrichment Services (YES) services youth and their families residing in Bay Shore, Brentwood, Central Islip, and West Islip. All programs and services are free of charge. YES targets the general youth population (up to age 21) with a special emphasis on hard-to-reach and at-risk youth.
 
Grades: 9–12                    
The Youth Leadership Conference on Asian and Pacific Islander Health is a four-day conference at Stanford University. High school students from across the country are invited to attend to gain leadership skills for effecting change in local communities. Conference participants will meet other students interested in making a difference in public health. Leading medical experts, professors, and policymakers will speak on issues of Asian and Pacific Islander health. Students will also have a chance to apply the skills they gain in an outreach planning simulation.
 
Grades: 9–12
Youth Leadership (YL) is a ten-month leadership enrichment program for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors representing schools throughout our community. The curriculum builds a foundation of leadership skills, an awareness of community issues, an appreciation for diversity, and a commitment to lifelong community service.
 
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