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After School Programs and Activities from the Parks Department
The Parks Department provides a variety of athletic, educational, and art programs for children throughout the boroughs.
The After-School Corporation (TASC)
TASC was established by the Open Society Institute in April 1998 to enhance the quality, availability, and sustainability of after-school programs in New York City and State, and eventually across the nation.
Be a Mentee
Mentoring can be both fun and rewarding. iMentor matches mentees and mentors based on shared personal and professional interests. Since 1999, iMentor has been cultivating relationships between young people and volunteer adult mentors through an innovative combination of email correspondence and in-person meetings.
Community After School Programs
The Department of Youth and Community Development offers after-school programs that focus on education and recreation.
Department of Education After School Activities
Learn about the various after school activities sponsored by the Department of Education.
Out-of-School Time Programs
The DYCD Out-of-School Time (OST) Programs for Youth is the largest after-school initiative in the nation. Provided at no cost, the City's OST programs offer a balanced mix of academic support, sports and recreational activities, the arts, and cultural experiences.
Parks Afterschool Program
The Parks Department has athletic, arts, and academics programs from 3:00 - 6:00 pm at 35 locations around the city from September to June.
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