AYE programs provide a comprehensive range of employment services for at-risk youth, including: classroom training; paid internships; mentoring; workforce preparation; support services; job placement; occupational training; career planning; work-based learning.
AltaMed’s youth programs provide teens with health information and education with the goal of decreasing the number of teenage pregnancies and improving health outcomes. Our programs are designed to help teen mothers and their partners understand the health, social and economic challenges of having a child at a young age. In addition to health education, we provide parenting education and support for continued educational advancement. The independent studies program provides students with packets to turn in once a week.
John Muir Charter School is a statewide WASC accredited high school diploma program that serves youth 16-24 that have been pushed out of the traditional education system. We offer a rigorous academic program with full-time accredited teachers and academic tutors in tandem with career and college readiness programs at our school sites.
UFC's College Sponsorship Program offers students $3,000 a year for up to five years for college-related expenses, as well as ongoing support through graduation from college. The program also offers support services and personalized attention to sponsorship recipients, with the goal of empowering students to become good decision makers.
Community Build is a non-profit community development corporation established in 1992 in response to the conditions that led to the Los Angeles Civil Unrest of 1992. Its youth outreach prioritizes comprehensive and wrap-around services for at-risk youth, out-of-school youth, foster youth, youth offenders, gang-involved youth, and first-generation college bound youth. Community Build believes that youth, young adults and their families are a tremendous resource deserving investment and enabling their active participation as contributors to the local and global economies.
The Children Youth and Family Collaborative (CYFC) is a nationally recognized organization serving over 2,500 foster youth and youth on probation at fifty sites in Los Angeles, Compton, Pomona, Hacienda La Puente, Lynwood, the Antelope Valley, Long Beach and Montebello Unified School Districts. CYFC has designed an Academic, Remediation, Intervention, and Support Services Education Model for Foster Youth (A.R.I.S.S.E), which provides tutoring, academic support, and support services for foster youth.
Opportunities For Learning (OFL) is a FREE public charter school, serving students grades 7-12 who have fallen behind in school, are looking to get ahead and graduate early, or simply crave a non-traditional learning environment. This innovative approach to education allows students to learn with great flexibility through: Independent study; Small group (SGI) classes; Online courses; One-on-one, single-subject tutoring; Hands-on, experiential activities, trips, and cultural excursions.
YouthBuild Charter School of California (YCSC) holds a unique place in the landscape of California’s public charter schools. As a competency-based dropout recovery school, it seeks to provide a high school education that leads to a diploma for a distinct group of students. Students enroll at YouthBuild programs over-aged, under-credited, or both, in order to receive vocational training, counseling, leadership development and an education.
Students can get help in English, Spanish or Vietnamese in a wide range of subjects including math, science, English, social studies and essay review.; College: College students can get help in English, Spanish or Vietnamese for their college level courses including English, science, math, social studies, and essay review. Tutors are also available to assist with GED preparation, and career services such as resume review, job searching and interview preparation.