Harlem RBI's mission is to provide inner-city youth with opportunities to Play, Learn and Grow. We use the power of teams to Coach, Teach and Inspire youth to recognize their potential and realize their dreams. Harlem RBI's vision is to be a model sports-based youth development and education organization with a national portfolio of high-quality, high-impact sites.
National Society of Black Engineers
Increase Participation of Minorities in Engineering.
Urban Word NYC Inc
URBAN WORD NYC CHAMPIONS THE VOICES OF NEW YORK CITY YOUTH BY PROVIDING PLATFORMS FOR CRITICAL LITERACY, YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, AND LEADERSHIP THROUGH FREE AND UNCENSORED WRITING, COLLEGE PREP AND PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITIES
Harlem Educational Activities Fund, Inc.
HEAF changes the lives of underserved young people beginning in middle school and continuing in college and beyond through a youth development approach that includes rigorous year-round academic enrichment, social and cultural exposure and constant individual attention.
Our Mission GOAL: We believe that Black and Latinx people are powerful innovators. Our Bold Goal is that, by 2040, we are recognized and valued as such, we are leading benefactors to and beneficiaries of the innovation economy, and we have the economic and social capital we need to thrive and to build generational wealth. VISION: We believe the nation as a whole will be stronger when the contributions of communities of color are sought out and included within the innovation economy. As result, in 2040, we envision a nation as a whole that is more equitable, innovative, and prosperous. In 2040, Black and Latinx people are recognized and valued as powerful architects of technological, economic, and societal innovations. We are visible and prolific in the Innovation Economy. We are hugely successful across a wide range of metrics, within and beyond the Innovation Economy. Black and Latinx people's unique contributions are sought after and we have the power to pursue whatever career paths and opportunities we want. We see our success as possible and believable, and know that without a doubt we are capable. In 2040, Black and Latinx people succeed by being who we are, not by leaving parts of our identities behind.
Center For Media Change Inc
Hack the Hood's mission is to empower low-income youth of color with the knowledge, skills, and relationships they need to pursue careers in tech. By offering mentorship, culturally-relevant knowledge and 21st century skills, we believe youth can become creators of change in their communities. Through our six-week bootcamp, youth learn to build websites for local small business clients. Through our year-round Alumni Membership Program, youth get ongoing case management, career coaching, peer community, further professional and technical training, and networking support. To date, Hack the Hood bootcamps and workshops have trained over 250 youth to build websites for over 500 small local businesses.
Free Arts for Abused Children of New York City, Inc.
Free Arts NYC empowers underserved youth through art and mentoring programs to develop their creativity, confidence, and skills to succeed.