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The Comprehensive After School System of NYC (COMPASS NYC) comprises more than 900 programs serving young people enrolled in grades K-12. COMPASS NYC offers high quality programs that support and strengthen the overall development of young people.
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Learn & Earn Program

A year-round program for high school juniors and seniors at risk of dropping out. The program provides participants with occupational skills training, employment services, and educational opportunities.
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NYC Ladders for Leaders

An innovative program that offers high school and college students the opportunity to participate in summer internships with some of the most dynamic corporations and businesses in New York City.
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Healthy Families

The goal of the healthy families program is to support and strengthen families. Using a strength-based, case management approach, which is based on the principles of family development, programs address the particular needs of each participant.
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Neighborhood Development Area (NDA)

Neighborhood Development Area Programs provide High School students the services and support they need to do better in school, enter college or an advanced training program, learn leadership skills and develop conflict resolution/mediation skills.
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Advance & Earn Program

A new training and employment program for youth between the ages of 16-24.  Advance & Earn will help further your career through comprehensive High School Equivalency (HSE) test preparation, employer-recognized trainings, credentials and certifications, and paid internships.
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Click here for a List of Provider Food Pantries in your neighborhood
The NYC Council allocates discretionary funding to Food Pantries in NYC neighborhoods. This funding is critical in bridging gaps in services that provide access to food pantries, soup kitchens and farmers’ markets throughout the City. Expand the list above to view non-profits providing these services.