Tennessee State College
The Triple Impact YEP uses mentors from Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs) to inspire unlikely dreams of higher education.
Medgar Evers College – CUNY
Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY
The Empowering Youths to Excel and Succeed (YES) Project instills hope in a cohort of youth, inspiring them to turn their lives around.
The Youth Empowered to Succeed Project serves disadvantaged Hispanic middle school students, addressing the health disparities that plague their community.
Stone Child College
Box Elder, MT
The Positive Empowered Active Kids (PEAK) Project addresses numerous health risks among Chippewa Cree youth, reunifying the tribe.
Wichita State University
The Youth Empowerment Implementation Project uses a faith-based approach to help its cohort replace negative behaviors with positive attributes.
California State University
Long Beach, CA
The Youth Empowerment for Success (YES!) Sí Se Puede Program has inspired healthier living among a group of Hispanic youth and their families.
Central State University
Krunked for Life (K4L) is a Hip-Hop-oriented program that imparts life skills to its cohort, a safe haven that keeps its youth off the dangerous Dayton streets.
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
The Latinas Adelante Project has drastically decreased second pregnancies among its cohort of teen Latina mothers.
Breaking the cycle of generational poverty, the Partners in Academic and Life Success (PALS) Program has positively impacted parents as well as youth.
Columbus State Community College
The English as a Second Language Afterschool Communities (ESLAsC) Program helps Somali Bantu youth adapt and thrive.
Blueprints addresses various needs of Chester youth, inspiring its entire cohort to graduate high school and enter some form of higher education.
The Youth Empowerment Program focuses on addressing unhealthy behaviors in at-risk minority youth and provides them with opportunities to learn about positive lifestyles and make informed and healthier life choices.