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Partnership Organizations

BAJI

BAJI educates and engages African American and black immigrant communities to organize and advocate for racial, social and economic justice. At the local and regional level, BAJI provides training and technical assistance to partner organizations to develop leadership skills, works with faith communities to harness their prophetic voice, and initiates vibrant dialogues with African Americans and black immigrants to discover more about race, our diverse identities, racism, migration and globalization.

Beam Center

BeamWorks strives to cultivate long-term relationships with NYC public schools to bring a culture of creation, collaboration, and inspiration to under-resourced communities. We work closely with principals and classroom teachers to identify and develop hands-on projects that engage students and make learning more tangible. These projects range from in-class activities that develop over several weeks to more intensive school-wide initiatives that unfold over a full semester.

CPC Chinese-American Planning Council

The Chinese-American Planning Council aims to promote social and economic empowerment of Chinese-American, immigrant, and low-income communities. We are a committed, inclusive, and responsive community that holds itself to the highest standard and seek to inspire leadership, equity, and progress

Code Nation

Code Nation equips students in under resourced high schools with the skills, experiences, and connection that together create access to careers in technology. We mobilize the tech community to help more young people access careers in tech. With a volunteer teaching corps of 300 technology professionals and a powerful network of school and company partners, we bring coding courses and work-based learning programs to students who attend under-resourced high schools. Students leave Code Nation programs career-ready, with a holistic set of skills, competencies, and resources that set them up for success.

FACE Foundation

FACE Foundation is an American nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting French-American relations through innovative cultural and educational projects. In partnership with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, FACE Foundation promotes artistic, literary and educational exchange and collaboration between creative professionals from both countries.

Flanbwayan

Flanbwayan Haitian Literacy Project (Flanbwayan) founded in 2005 is a youth membership based organization serving newcomer and young adult Haitian immigrant students in New York City who are English Language Learners (ELLs) between the ages of 14 to 21. Flanbwayan provides much needed services, including individual education assessments and appropriate school placements. In this project student-members have found themselves in a safe space where they discussed issues, share experiences, express their views on education issues, develop outreach efforts to their peers and raise awareness on the need for education reform.

Glasswing International

Our mission is to address the root cause and consequences of violence and poverty through education and health programs that empower youth and communities, and strengthen public systems.

Internationals Network

As a proud member of the Internationals Network, we are committed to transforming education for immigrant and refugee multilingual learners, including asylees and newcomer students. Through our partnership with Internationals Network, we have established new programs, received invaluable coaching for our leaders, teachers, and school staff, and gained access to a robust support network. Internationals Network plays a vital role in addressing the unique educational needs of immigrant and refugee students, with a strong focus on serving asylees and newcomer students like us.

Park Avenue Armory

The Armory offers creativity-based Arts Education programs at no cost to underserved New York City public school students. Since its inception in 2010, the Armory’s Arts Education program has grown to reach 5,000 students. The Youth Corps program has grown from 8 high school students to approximately 100 active Youth Corps who complete a total of over 13,000 paid hours annually. Among our Youth Corps members, we are proud to report a 100% high school graduation rate

The Moth

The Moth's Community Program partners with nonprofit organizations and cultural institutions to uplift the voices of underrepresented people and communities. As we champion these narratives, we grow both individually and collectively as The Moth seeks to create a more empathetic world through the power of storytelling.

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