Putting People First!
Children & Charity International provides education, leadership, and nutrition programs along with mentoring and healthcare support services to children, youth, and families. We also work with organizations and governmental agencies to initiate sustainable development projects.
(a) Afterschool Tutoring and Homework Help: Students from Kindergarten to 8th grade receive homework help and tutoring in mathematics, reading, and language arts and engage in technology enrichment and social activities. Monday to Friday 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm, until the end of the school year.
(b) Science and Technology Program: Students from Kindergarten to 12th grade receive science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM-based) instruction, Saturdays 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Winter session: January 16 to March 26, 2016.
(c) Afterschool Peer Mentoring Project: Youth 12 to 18 years. Lend your voice, hands and minds to engaging and interactive discussions, critical decision making opportunities and creativite activities once per week. Contact us for further details.
In-school and after-school fall programs were celebrated on December 19, 2015. In-school students were rewarded with treats and gifts for their effort in completing homework assignments and staying on course in classwork. The after-school programs held a Holiday Extravaganza on December 19, 2015. One hundred students, family and friends were treated to class presentations, a students' produced Skit on coding, and musical performances. Everyone enjoyed a sumptuous dinner, sang Christmas Carols and received generous gift packs.
The summer programs concluded on August 14, 2015. Students from K to 12th grade received enrichment in art, literature, mathematics, science and technology. Youth workers from the Department of Employment Services, Summer Youth Employment Program were engaged in a variety of summer activities. Some tutored and mentored while others strengthened their STEM and Work Readiness skills. A third group ventured into Culinary Arts. Field trips and recreational activities provided great fun. Local Universities and businesses provided apprenticeships and internship opportunities to these future leaders.