Education and Youth Development
The Literacy AmeriCorps program recruits recent college graduates from across the United States to spend a year improving literacy skills in Palm Beach County. Click the link above to learn more about the program and view their impressive results.
Gettysburg Area Dollars for Scholars® engage students in pursuit of academic achievement and post-secondary educational opportunities by awarding scholarships and by providing academic support.
Mentors, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that provides mentoring support to public and charter high school students in Washington, DC and improves graduation rates and students' outlook for the future. Click the link above to view their outstanding outcomes.
LIUMEP offers students various academic programs designed to enrich the lives of children by empowering educational competencies, encouraging positive self-esteem, pride, and growth in all extra curricular areas. LIUMEP seeks to promote life-long learners and productive citizens of the world community. Most recently The A.R.K. Foundation provided funding for LIUMEP's summer school programming.
Ten 4,000 dollar scholarships will be given to students who plan on starting school in the fall of 2013. Scholarships will be given to students based on Essay Response and Financial Need. There are no age or citizenship restrictions, priority will be given to students who have participated in the LIU 12 Migrant or 21st Century programs.
Children’s Aid Society is committed to helping children and their families build stronger, healthier lives through compassionate and professional services.
Bottom Line helps low-income and first-generation-to-college students get to and through college. Bottom Line staff are committed to building strong connections with students, providing them with individual support, and ensuring they have the guidance they need to persist and earn a college degree.
Children in the LIUMEP enjoying summer enrichment opportunities.
Student served by AmeriCorps program is the first his family to graduate high school.