This rigorous after-school theatre training program is designed to empower high school students to discover, trust, speak, and amplify their personal voice. New Visions/New Voices, which is offered at no cost to students through The Drama League, gives students the power and ability to critically analyze and respond to multiple perspectives.
Free, eight-year, academic program that gets low-income public high school students to and through college–with a 90% college graduation rate. 100% of SEO Scholars are accepted to four-year colleges, with 85% being first-generation college graduates. More than 75% of current SEO Scholars are attending colleges and universities in a top-100 U.S. News & World reporting.
At the 92Yoffers 100% full-tuition, merit-based scholarships for exceptional students in NYC to develop their creative potential as artists, dancers, and musicians. Programs in visual arts, dance, music, and musical theater. Visit website for application details.
At The Door, young people between the ages of 12 and 24 can access comprehensive services—health care, education, mental health counseling and crisis intervention, legal assistance, high school equivalency and college preparation services, career development, housing support, arts, sports and recreational activities, and nutritious meals—all for free.
TAP members meet to discuss social justice issues and get hands-on training in peer education and community organizing. The program offers students the opportunity to learn about civil rights issues impacting their communities, develop youth led advocacy campaigns, work with professionals on civil liberties issues, and much more.