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National Council of Negro Women of Greater New York
After School Program/Education Support Peer Leadership
Sponsor/Parent Agency:National Council of Negro Women.
Address:114-02 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Suite 215 Jamaica NY 11434
World Wide Web: http://ncnwny.org/youth/index.html
Description:This is a program for young people ages 11-21. Services include educational support, workshops, computer literacy training, peer counseling, mentoring, job readiness, violence prevention, group organizing, and meeting with parents. Comprehensive Case Management assistance is offered to pregnant and parenting teens. This program also includes summer employment referrals and college tour opportunities.
Hours:After school program: Mon.-Thurs., 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Eligibility Requirements:Teens ages 11-21.
Admission Requirements/Documents:Accept referrals and walk ins.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Free.
Services Offered:Career Awareness, Computer Classes, Homework Help Programs, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Mentoring Programs, Pre-job Guidance, Workshops / Symposiums, Youth Development,
Target Groups(By Need):Pregnant Teens, Teenage Parents, Youth,