The Power Project SY 2022-2023, Enrollment Application 
St. Francis Neighborhood Center (SFNC) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3), community based organization, committed to increasing access to high-quality education, enrichment, workforce development, and mentoring programs for the Reservoir Hill community.

Our afterschool youth program, named The Power Project, is one of the only free academically based programs serving youth in the 21217 zip code. The program is a unique place where youth have the opportunity to create their own success, grow in self-awareness, and explore the pivotal role they play in their community. The program consists of three major components: education support, mentoring, and arts enrichment and includes opportunities for one-on-one tutoring, educational workshops, and dynamic cultural experiences.

This is a 100% scholarship program and students and families from low-income households are encouraged to apply.

The Power Project runs from October 10th-May 25th. Participating students will meet at St. Francis Neighborhood Center (2405 S. Linden Ave Baltimore, MD 21217) weekly, Monday-Thursday, starting at 2pm or after they are dismissed from school. Students are to be picked up from the program at 6pm. Dinner is provided for all students during program days.

If you would like to submit an application for your student's enrollment in The Power Project, please complete the following form in its entirety. Once your application is received, you will receive notice of your student's confirmed participation or placement on the program wait list.

Please email Jen Burt at with any questions about The Power Project.

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