Nonprofit Partners

 

 

CollegeTracks

https://collegetracksusa.org

CollegeTracks provides resources and support to Montgomery County students of color, low-income students, and those first in their family to attend a U.S. college to help them navigate the complex college applications and enrollment process, as well as coach them through the financial, academic, and personal challenges they may face in college.

Capital for Children Representative: John Fruehwirth

DC Scores

http://www.americascores.org/affiliates/dc

DC SCORES provides children at Title 1 schools in DC with access to high-quality enrichment activities— a combination of soccer, poetry, and service-learning— to help students build physical fitness, find their voices, improve their literacy, increase school engagement, and strengthen ties to their community.

Capital for Children Representative: Bruce Schulman

   

LAYC Career Academy

https://laycca.org

LAYC Career Academy is a tuition-free adult charter school that engages and empowers DC students between the ages of 16 and 24 by providing a college preparatory education, career training in high-growth occupations, and/or college-credit classes.

Capital for Children Representative: Dean D'Angelo

   

New Futures

https://newfuturesdc.org

New Futures provides a combination of scholarships, academic advising, career coaching, and other support to propel underserved young people across the DC region through certifications and community colleges degrees and into rewarding, in-demand careers that will lead to financial security.

Capital for Children Representative: Justin DuFour

Sitar Arts Center

http://www.sitarartscenter.org

Sitar Arts Center engages DC youth, from early childhood to young adulthood, in building a creative community of learning and belonging that removes financial and cultural barriers to arts education and career training.

Capital for Children Representative: Ken Doyle

Young Playwrights Theater

http://youngplaywrightstheater.org/

YPT inspires students in the Washington DC region to realize the power of their own voices through high-quality arts education programs, productions of plays and performances written by young people, professional development for educators, and antiracism initiatives with arts organizations.

Capital for Children Representative: Paul Feeko