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Baltimore Summer Enrichment Directory - available online at bit.ly/SFCpartners
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last updated 12/5/2018
submissions lightly edited for clarity
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Organization NameOrganization DescriptionContact Person First and Last NameContact Person E-mail Address:Please list any services, products, technical assistance, or partners your organization is seeking for Summer.If applicable, please list any services or expertise your organization can offer to summer enrichment providers.
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360 DegreesCultivates young minds through the study of urban agriculture and healthy eating habits while increasing environmental stewardship along with community development.Sherrett Jacobssherrett@360 edu.networkenrichment partners, funding, climate and cultureCertified First Aid & CPR Instructor, MSDE Certified Trainer
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Afya Baltimore, Inc. Charter school operatorWill McKennawmckenna@afyabaltimore.org
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Alternative Directions IncFocuses on men and women returning back into their communities and reunited with family. Mentoring program focusing on children having incarcerated parents getting them mentors.Michelle kelleymkelly@alternativedirectionsinc.orgUniversity of Baltimore technology, clayshop, art with a
Heart, family tree, etc
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Art with a HeartArt with a Heart, Inc. provides engaging, educational and interactive visual arts classes to underserved Baltimore area children, youth and adults in schools, group homes, shelters, community centers, recreation centers, foster care agencies, senior facilities, and hospitals.Randi Pupkin, Executive Directorrandi@artwithaheart.netPartners for workforce development initiatives and/or for arts programming such as libraries, group homes, shelters, community centers, recreation centers, foster care agencies, hospitals, etc.workforce development for disconnected youth, community service opportunities, public art experience, visual arts programming
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Audrey Herman Spotlighters TheatreSpotlighters mission is to provide the community with exceptional, stimulating, creative and bold theatrical productions which stimulate and entertain both audience and artist. Peter Daltodevelopment@spotlighters.orgn/an/a
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B-360B-360 utilizes dirt bike culture to end the cycle of poverty, disrupt the prison pipeline & build bridges in the community. Through STEM education, community engagement, workforce development and safe events connect youth and adults to change the perception of engineers and dirt bike riders. Brittany Young b360balt@gmail.comRecreational Spaces, STEM partners, summer camps/orgs STEM, recreation & arts
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Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound SchoolBCBOBS provides multi-day expeditions across Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia on the Appalachian Trail, Chesapeake Bay, Potomac River, Dolly Sods Wilderness Area and beyond.Chris Washburncwashburn@outwardboundbaltimore.orgPartner with youth-serving organizations to offer an Outward Bound single or multi-day program.Outward Bound programs complement any summer enrichment that seeks to provide youth with opportunities for developing character and leadership skills.
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Baltimore Curriculum Project @ Govans ElementaryThe Baltimore Curriculum Project is the charter school operator of Govans Elementary School where OST programs occur Sept- May for 140 K-5 students with a STEM, restorative practice, and enrichment components.Devon Ritchiedritchie@baltimorecp.orgcookingOne month summer program to prevent summer learning loss which in the past has served 75 students with a STEM and literacy focus.
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Baltimore Curriculum Project @ Wolfe Street Academy 4-week after school and summer school academic & enrichment based program. Serves Wolfe Street Academy students in rising KG to rising 5th grade.Tiffany Longtlong@baltimorecp.orgSTEM, Fitness, cooking, music
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Baltimore Dance Crews ProjectInitiates and strengthens relationships that support youth from school to career through hip-hop dance.Brian Gerardobrian.gerardo@baltimoredcp.orgPartners who can provide space to host dance programs and experienced hip-hop dance teaching artists.We can provide feedback on classroom management strategies and lesson planning.
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Baltimore Montessori Public Charter SchoolBaltimore Montessori Public Charter School is Baltimore's only public Montessori school, serving 450 children in PreK3 through 8th grade from 26 different zip codes, with a mission to build a diverse community of joyfully engaged learners.Monica Donnellymonica@bmpcs.orgEnrichment partners, local excursions, aftercare providers offering transportationProfessional Development - we frequently serve as a host site for visits and exchanges of ideas and best practices, particularly around early childhood, literacy, supporting students with special needs, and equity.
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Baltimore Police DepartmentAs one of the largest law enforcement agencies in the country, we are looking to expand our reach of engagement through partnerships with local community stakeholders and organizations to reconnect with youth and community.Kim Stevensonkim.stevenson@baltimorepolice.org
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Baltimore Robotics CenterThe mission of the Baltimore Robotics Center is to inspire Baltimore's youth to pursue STEM Career pathways. Running Competitive Robotics Tournaments and teams is just one way the BRC accomplishes its mission.Ed MullinEd@baltimoreroboticscenter.comlooking to partner with an Digital Arts focused NFPSTEM programming in robotics, drones, programming, game design
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Baltimore Star ProjectThe Baltimore Star Project is dedicated to teaching community consciousness and self-sufficiency to high school students in preparation for life post-graduation with enriching experiences for inner-city, underserved youth while creating awareness of global, national, and local politics.Krismir Thomaskrismir@baltimorestarproject.comYouth Workshops: nutrition, self awareness, mental health,
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Baltimore Underground Science Space (BUGSS)BUGSS is an educational nonprofit offering courses, seminars, and project-based learning for science enthusiasts of all agesLisa Scheifelelscheifele@bugssonline.orgSeeking organizations that can provide 1-2 sessions for our high school student research team on team-building and leadership development.We partner with other nonprofits to offer science enrichment activities that be as short as a few hours or that can be a multi-week recurring program. Students elementary school age and up are welcome.
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Baltimore Urban Debate LeagueThe Baltimore Urban Debate League creates learning opportunities through competitive debate and teacher professional development, and supports and inform the educational reform and revitalization efforts underway in Baltimore public schools.Rafael Chapmanrafael@budl.org
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Beat the Streets-Baltimore-Lydell Henryinfo@btsbaltimore.orgAmateur wrestling training, competitions, evidence-based life skill training, mental training, and character buildingBeat the Streets will provide experienced coaching, competition mats, curriculum for enrichment within existing camp programs. Lessons can be customized to fit within camps to diversify program offerings.
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Beyond The Natural Foundation, Inc.Created to empower youth through music arts enrichment classes centered on learning rhythm through drumming, learning harmony through piano playing, and learning songwriting and production using music technology.Robert Levine IIIrlevine@beyondthenatural.orgEnrichment partners in art and music. Collaborate with wraparound service programs to offer program activity support for the youth.Music and STEM
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Blue Water BaltimoreBaltimore-based nonprofit focused on water education and the restoration of our waterways.Michel Andersonmanderson@bluewaterbaltimore.orgWater-based education
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan BaltimoreYouth organization providing after school and summer programs for youth ages 6-18. Joel Riverajrivera@bgcmetrobaltimore.orgProfessional Development: behavior management, supporting youth with special needs, customer service, STEM, Sports(coaching)
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Building Educated Leaders for Life (BELL)BELL, a national non-profit, has created a comprehensive solution school districts and community-based organizations use to design, deliver and measure evidence-based summer and research-based afterschool learning experiences.Stacy WaltonStacy.walton@experiencebell.orgEnrichment partners, aftercare providersProfessional development and technical assistance in evaluation, quality assurance, cultural competencies, voice and choice, collaborative teaching, data-driven differentiated instruction, dual language learners, literacy and math interventions, and social emotional learning integration.
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BYKE CollectiveThe BYKE Collective is a youth after-school program designed to develop personal and professional skills in young people through learning bicycle mechanics, practicing safe ridership, and building community.Chavi Rhodesbykecollective@gmail.comMindfulness programmingWe can offer organizations youth workforce revived recycled bicycles
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Catherine's Family and Youth Services IncCFYS is dedicated to serving the very low to moderate income families, the LGBT Community and youth within our target area with resources and services that will improve the quality of life, family and social well-being. We provide tools necessary to educate and empower residents in Northwest Baltimore City.Valarie Matthewsvmatthews@catherinesfamilyandyouthservices.orgLiteracy Instruction, Affordable Enrichment Partners, Professional Development for Summer Staff n/a
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Children's Peace CenterOffers a 5 day/week after school program with homework support, in class volunteers at Franklin Square Elementary School and a 2 week, tuition free summer day camp.Van Gardnervhgardner@comcast.net
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Community Law in Action (CLIA)CLIA develops young people to be leaders by connecting them to opportunities to amplify their voices, cultivate their skills, and actively participate in the process of positive community change.Natalia Skolniknatalia@cliayouth.orgSeeking to collaborate with community centers or community organizations to work with adolescent & teens who want to develop their leadership skills to think critically and advocate for/co-create positive community change.

Looking for community centers, schools, or any organizations that can offer a space to host our 6 week Summer Leadership & Advocacy program.

Interested in introducing more community change makers to our youth leaders via hands on workshops.
Leadership development, communication, team building, fact-based advocacy curriculum and hands on teaching/training/ project based learning with youth.

Working with teens and former system-involved youth, helping them develop their leadership and advocacy skills to create changes that they identify as necessary: from juvenile justice reform to youth violence prevention strategies.
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Code in the SchoolsTeaches Computer Science to youth age 4-24. Gretchen LeGrandgretchen@codeintheschools.orgJob readiness and workforce skills for youthSTEM (Computer Science) Enrichment
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Creative AllianceCreative Alliance provides arts education to youth in after-school, enrichment, and summer programs. Children and youth build their artistic voices and help shape their intellect under the leadership of professional teaching artists.Maria Aldanamaria@creativealliance.orgliteracy instruction, sports and fitness providersMexican and Latin-American visual arts enrichment in English and Spanish; West African folklore; creative Cooking, ceramics, Afro-Cuban dance, Bachata dance classes;pPiñata workshops; low-cost exhibition and studio tours to schools and youth groups
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CUPs Coffeehouse & Project I CANworkforce, life skills and leadership development programHolly ShookCUPs.Baltimore@gmail.comprofessional development, financial literacyculinary and hospitality training, community engagement
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Dent EducationJackie Bellojackie@denteducation.orgFull-time, 5-week summer internship and afterschool program that works with high school students to become creative problem solvers through experiential, project-based learning experiences
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Dew More BaltimoreA community based organization that uses art as a tool to increase civic engagement throughout Baltimore. Kenneth MorrisonKenneth@dewmorebaltimore.orgStrategies for engaging parents and community residents, supporting students with special needs. LGBTQIA literacy training, strategies for using art as a tool to do emotional and social development
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Downtown Sailing CenterOur mission is to use sailing as a platform to teach independence, STEM education and workforce development.Stuart Proctorstuart@downtownsailing.orgyouth for recruitment, professional development trainingsailing excursion, STEM staff training, STEM youth training
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Esperanza CenterWe offer comprehensive services for the immigrant community. Our youth program specifically targets building English proficiency. Our programs run during the school year and for 5 weeks each summer.Brianna Melgarbmelgar@cc-md.orgWe would love to provide additional mental health support to our students. Transportation is also a constant barrier for our program because the specific demographic we serve is spread throughout the city and not concentrated in one neighborhood alone. Lastly, PD in CPR/First Aid, conflict mediation, and behavior management are crucial to our staff and always needed.Working with ESOL and/or immigrant students, TESOL instruction techniques.
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Excellence & Ambition Inc.Provides soft skills, workforce development, and entrepreneurship programming for youth age 13-21 in Baltimore City.Danelle Pinderdpinder26@gmail.comPrograms serving youth age 13-21, who are interested in providing soft skills training, workforce development opportunities, or entrepreneurship workshop.

Programs who need assistance with staff training and professional development.
Professional development workshops for program tone/culture, behavior modification planning/management, classroom management, administration services (data collection and reporting), and cultural competency.We also provide staff and program evaluation services based on the YPQA.
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Fitness Fun & GamesFitness Fun & Games is an MSDE-licensed nonprofit for ages 2 to 14 that offers before and afterschool programs in addition to summers and holidaysMeg McFaddenmegmcfadden4@yahoo.comeducational field trips, art, music, STEM
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From Prison Cells to PhDThe goal of the Prison-to-Professionals (P2P) program is to help people with criminal convictions obtain college education. Strategies: To provide mentoring and educational counseling to individuals returning from incarceration and justice-involved individuals so that they may position themselves to start building their career as opposed to obtaining temporary employment. Stanley Andrissep2p@FromPrisonCellsToPhd.orgHousing, Reentry servicesCareer & Professional Development, College Readiness, Leadership Development, SAT/GRE Remediation, College Application and Financial Aid Assistance, College Scholarships
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Full Gospel Fellowship ChurchFaith based organization that provides services for spiritual, physical, intellectual, and mental health to assist in developing a well rounded person who will become a productive citizen in their community.Dr. Hattie L. Baileyhbailey15504@gmail.comSTEMSTEM
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Global Air MediaFor-profit company that looks to partner with area non-profits and sponsors to create greater access to STEM/DRONE related curriculum.Jessica Brownjessica@globalairmedia.comBuild-A-Drone Workshops, STEM Workshops, Coding Workshops
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Greater Baltimore Urban LeagueThe Greater Baltimore Urban League, Inc. (GBUL) is one of the local affiliates of the National Urban League– a nonprofit, nonpartisan, multi-ethnic, social service organization. Through direct service delivery, advocacy, referrals, community capacity building, information dissemination and technical assistance, the League accomplishes its mission to improve social and economic conditions and opportunities for African-Americans and other people who face barriers to full participation in American society.Sharnice Barnettsbarnett@gbul.orgwrap around support resources for students are appreciated.Entrepreneurship resources through our entrepreneurship center
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Harlem Lacrosse - BaltimoreHarlem Lacrosse provides school-based, full-day, year-round support for our students by placing full-time staff members at each school site to serve as tutors, mentors, and coaches who provide individualized attention that meets students where they are and helps them reach their full potential.Jenny Moejenny@harlemlacrosse.org
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Higher Achievement Higher Achievement's mission is to close the opportunity gap during the pivotal middle school years, leveraging the power of communities to help students in under-served populations improve their grades, test scores, attendance,and opportunities to attend top, college preparatory high schools and, ultimately, attend and complete college. Traci Callendertcallender@higherachievement.orgenrichment partners, wraparound services, Professional Development: climate and culture, behavior management, relationship building, staff management
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Holistic Life FoundationFacilitate yoga and mindfulness programs to under-served communitiesAtman Smithatman@hlfinc.orgDance, team building, sportsYoga and mindfulness programs
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IO Workshop - Mélong LingIO Workshop - Mélong Ling offers yoga, art and science programs.Valencia Woodvalencia@melongling.orgTBDSTEAM (Yoga, Art and Science) Programs.
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Junior Achievement of Central MarylandJunior Achievement makes the connection between the classroom and the real world getting students college and career ready.Mandy Snydermsnyder@jamaryland.org
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KEYS Empowers, Inc. Non-Profit dedicted to developing and uplifting families in our community around goals of success. Ajah DoswellAdoswell@keysdev.comSTEM; Art; Staff Development Trauma Informed Care; Mental Health; Substance Abuse Support; Psychiatric Rehabilitation
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KimnasticsKimnastics teaches children mathematics through gymnastics. We provide an active environment for children to learn, apply, and reinforce math skills and concepts. Kimnastics build math concepts and connections into gymnastics, games, and confidence building exercises, that promote and develop number sense, critical thinking, problem solving, and physical fitness. Kimberly Ganttkimnastics12@gmail.comVolunteers: High School and College Students with an education focus looking for school credit and/or hands-on experience with children. STEM, sports, and fitness enrichment partners for summer camps, before, during, and after-school programs. Web developer, social media outreach, and program assistant.Math, Gymnastics Enrichment, Pre-k through 5th grade Instruction /management.
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Koinonia Baptist ChurchFaith Institutions which operates a daycare center, after school program and summer camp. After School program-Project Safe Haven and the summer camp have been operating since 1994Bishop Douglas Milesbd2miles@yahoo.comsportsafter-care
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Lardarius Webb Foundation​The mission of the Lardarius Webb Foundation is to provide aid to underprivileged children and their families. The primary purpose of the the Lardarius Webb Foundation is to keep young men and women off the streets and out of trouble, by giving them the knowledge, confidence, and support to achieve the positive goals they set.Raquel J. Lillyraquel@lardariuswebbfoundation.orgWraparound services, transportation services, and supporting students with special needs.Sports and Fitness Programs, Adult and Youth Career Focused Mentoring, Team Based Mentoring, and Critical Times (holidays, birthdays, emergencies, etc.) Philanthropic Support.
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Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center, IncLeaders of Tomorrow Youth Center (LTYC) supports youth ages 5-18 with programs that empower them to excel in the arts, academics, and social development. By providing opportunities and resources in the arts that otherwise would not be available, LTYC programs build higher self-esteem and self-worth in young people who are yearning for success.Lauren Blackwelllauren.blackwell@ltyc.netWe are seeking partners who need enrichment services as part of their summer learning and/or camp experience for students. Enrichment partners (dance, music, theatre, visual arts, media arts, STEAM), before and after care, professional development on climate and culture, behavior management, arts integration
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Liberty Rec And Tech CenterThe Liberty Rec And Tech Center is a community operated recreation center in the Northwest Baltimore that provides community programming and wrap around services to throughout the week to a multi-generational audience.Joseph Mankojmanko@bcps.k12.md.usAdditional classroom assistance, field trip coordinator, enrichment activities- music, technology, athletics, karate, etc.Support and expertise around instructional implementation, particularly around reading and mathematics.
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Liberty's PromiseLiberty's Promise provides after-school and internship programs for immigrant youth aged 15-21 in the DMV and Baltimore metro areas. Specifically in the city, we work at Patterson and Benjamin Franklin High Schools.Annie Kellyakelly@libertyspromise.orgbehavorial management, supporting students with special needs, climate and culture
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Little Flowers ECDCState accredited childcare center offering before and after care, out of school time services, and State sponsored prekindergarten services.Crystal Hardy-Flowerslittleflowers3117@yahoo.comAdditional support in the area of social emotional development and mental health servicesWraparound, STEAM, Fitness, before and aftercare
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Maryland New DirectionsTrains and coaches people facing career and life transitions to overcome barriers, restore self-belief, and acquire the skills and tools needed to secure employment. by providing the following programs throughout the year: Career Focus 2-weeks; Maritime Trans Distribution 3-weeks; Commercial Transportation Career Training 3-weeks. Andrea Harrisonaharrison@mdnewdirections.orgRecruitment assistanceTechnical competency training for the Maritime Logistics Distribution Transportation industry
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Mentoring MentorsMentoring Mentors’ embeds a culture of mentoring in communities where black male youth are not thriving. As a result, our students build character, achieve higher academic success, develop social competence, and engage in more civic engagement activities.Alphonso Mayoalphonsomayo@mentoring-mentors.orgExtended Learning
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Middle Grade PartnershipMiddle Grades Partnership is a three-year, year-round program for academically promising Baltimore City public middle school students. We provide educational opportunities, enriching experiences and access across social boundaries through public and private school partnerships. Middle Grades Partnership has a proven record of accomplishment of preparing students to gain entrance to the City's most rigorous public high schools. Stephanie Feltonsfelton@middlegradespartnership.org
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Motor HouseTheater, performance space, music venue, art gallery, studio space, arts hub and community resource in Baltimore.Andre Mazelinandre@motorhousebaltimore.comtransportation, audio or visual equipment, costumes, classroom assistants
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New LensNew Lens is a youth-run social justice organization that makes art and media about issues where a youth perspective can inspire change.Evelia Millerevelia@newlens.info
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One More ... One Less MentoringOMOL members participate in a variety of community service initiatives such as seminars, programs, workshops, and field trips within the Baltimore metro area to provide youth with exposure to different experiences and positive role models for the young men and boys.Min. Brian BordleyTb7wellnessoutreachministry@gmail.comWe are seeking additional training in behavior management, supporting students with PTSD, professional development for new staff and a licensed clinical therapist for any mental disorders or panic/anxiety attacks.

Camp session dates are June 24, 2019 - August 5, 2019. The activities of school preparation that will take place are: S.T.E.A.M. of Arts, OMOL Mentorship, Environmental Studies- Marine Bio Science activities and Clean Up Park Day, Etiquette Royalty soft skills, and Eating Healthy (cooking demo).
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Open Works MobileA workshop on wheels, OWM travels to schools, & community events to demonstrate basic digital fabrication technology with a desktop 3D printer, CNC machine, and laser engraver. OWM also provides activities, demos, and visual learning aides based around existing SABES STEM curriculum.Muhammad Najeemuhammad@openworksbmoreMaker related activities. 3d printing & 3d design activities.
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Patterson Park Public Charter SchoolPPPCS is a community school in Southeast Baltimore with a vision of lifelong learners, healthy families and strong neighborhoods.Dr. Liz obaraLobara@pppcs.orgEvaluation and attendance strategies specific to summer programming. We'd be interested in talking to stem and sports partners.Reading/academic support and curricula, professional development on social-emotional learning
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Paul's Place, IncPaul's Place is a community outreach center located in Southwest Baltimore. We provide a variety of services and programs for youth to adults. Christan Morleycmorley@paulsplaceoutreach.orgenrichment partners, professional development in culture and behavior management.
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PeacePlayers Baltimore-Shawn Brownsbrown@peaceplayersintl.orgEquitable basketball programming, peace education, leadership development and professional training, giving young people practical skills to deal with conflict and grow into ambassadors for peace in their communities.
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POP Inc.P.O.P. Inc. exists to develop youth through athletics and leadership while fostering an appreciation for education. Ultimately, equipping all young people with the tools to become better scholars, athletes and leaders on and off the court.Rashida S. FordRford.popinc@gmail.comAthletic Enrichment Services- 6 Week Summer Athletic Leagues for OST Providers K-8 (Football, Basketball, Soccer, Cheer, Volleyball)
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Port Discovery Children's MuseumPort Discovery serves children B-age 10 with minds-on hands-on exhibits and programs focusing on STEM, Art and Culture, Healthy Families/ Healthy Communities with Early Childhood Education/ Literacy as the primary focusNora Thompson or Barbara HenschelNthompson@portdiscovery.org/ Bhenschel@portdiscovery.orgPartner with an established organization that facilitates a summer program for children B- age 10 that is seeking innovative enrichment programming. Early Childhood Literacy/ STEM/ art & culture offerings available for 1 time visits or 5 part series.Art & culture/ STEM/ Early Childhood Literacy.
In-house special traveling exhibition Summer 2018: Dinosaurs!
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Process Strong LLCProcess Strong LLC provides consulting, technical assistance, and training to Maryland nonprofit organizations in Program Design, Development, and Evaluation; Board Development and Governance; Marketing and Communications; and, Sustainability Planning.Mary Warrenmarywarren@processstrong.comProgram Evaluation services
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Promise HeightsPromise Heights implements and supports a range of activities addressing goals and outcomes within school attendance, climate, and culture and family engagement.Henriette TaylorHTaylor@ssw.umaryland.edu
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Raise UP2 Rise (RU2R) Summer Camp and Leadership ProgramsRU2R was founded in the Fall of 2016 by three sisters who were raised in the Park Heights Community of Baltimore City and are dedicated to educating, leading and guiding children to their fullest potential.Kellise Williamsonkellisewilliamson@gmail.comTechnical assistance in building a website and social media branding. We are always looking for enrichment partners. Our program provides literacy instruction and cultural and social education.
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Reading PartnersVolunteer-based, one one on tutoring program working with students in grades K-4 who are struggling with reading.Jeffrey Zwillenbergjeffrey.zwillenberg@readingpartners.orgWe provide one on one tutoring for K-4 students in literacy. We are looking for a partner that has a predictable calendar, predictable student attendance, and would enable us to "drop" our model into your existing program.
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Refugee Youth Project (Baltimore City Community College)Provides after-school, summer school, mentoring, and community arts programs to refugee youth and other humanitarian migrants in the greater Baltimore metropolitan area.Brittany DeNovellisbrittany@refugeeyouthproject.orgArt, Music, STEM, sports and fitness; literacy, behavior management
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Sisters CircleSisters Circle provides long-term mentoring to foster meaningful and sustainable changes in the lives of girls and young women in Baltimore. LaShae Felderlashae@sisterscircle.orgSisters Circle seeks local professional women to be guest speakers and share their careers in a "professional spotlight" this summer.
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Sisters Saving the CityOrganization that serves youth in the Park Heights community by offering a cohort model to partners and providing a safe space for them to implement their programs.Danelle Pinderdpinder26@gmail.comWe offer, STEAM, Art, Community Engagement , Fashion Design and EntrepreneurshipWe can offer literacy instruction
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Smart Steps Youth ServicesSSYS offers comprehensive OST programs, developmental play groups, youth events and consultative services to youth centered programs in Baltimore.Glenice Shabazzsmartstepsemail@gmail.comDevelopmental play groups, activity facilitation (STEM, cooking club), licensed before/aftercare, licensure support (camp, childcare)
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South Baltimore PartnershipSummer youth work program that focus on community service and environmental issues.Betty Bland-Thomas Bettyblandthomas@comcast.netClimate, culture, literacy, support services for youth with special needHow to engage your community youth in project
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Southeast Youth Collaborative (SEYC)Collaborative of 9 organizations who employ 140 Youthworkers through MOEDShahem Mclaurinshahem@bannerneighborhoods.orgStrengthening our professional development, specifically climate and culture, LGBTQ student support, behavior management, and CPR training.
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SparkSpark supports students by providing them with opportunities to engage in the larger world through community service in surrounding states.Elssa Kenfackelssakenfack@gmail.comWork with existing, established non-profits to connect students with mentors and peers and provide their mindset of their capabilities.We help build capacity of summer programs through professional development and technical assistance.
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St. Francis Neighborhood CenterSt. Francis Neighborhood Center utilizes education, art, mentoring and tutoring to provide people with the tools they need to advance their lives financially and socially, while fostering positive interpersonal and community connections.Torbin GreenTGreen@stfranciscenter.orgPartners in nutrition education, sports, and fitness.Offsite opportunities such as field trips.
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St. Vincent de Paul of BaltimoreFor more than 150 years, St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore (SVDP) has been a leading provider of community services to people suffering from the effects of hunger, homelessness, and poverty through five service areas: Homelessness and Supportive Housing, Child and Family Services, Workforce Development, Access to Healthy Food, and Emergency Assistance.Laurie Holmeslaurie.holmes@vincentbaltimore.org
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The Be. OrgThe Be. Org provides creative leadership development, social-emotional learning, enrichment programming, and college readiness support by way of out-of-school time programs, pop up events, and youth conferences. Tonee Lawsontlawson@thebeorg.comWe are seeking arts and fitness enrichment partners and literacy instruction professional development. Social-emotional learning activity integration and leadership development training.
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The Beginning of Something NewYouth and Young Adult ProgramSharon McMahansharonrmcmahan@gmail.comReferrals for Resources to meet the need, such as Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Trade and Skill Trading and Jobs Mentor, Grief and Trauma peer to peer Group Facilitator
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The Black Male Yoga InitiativeThe Black male Yoga Initiative, creates sustainable solutions that enable men of color to transform and live healthy lives of peace and calm.Changa Bellchilechanga@gmail.comTrauma Related Counseling Services, Accounting Services, Administrative Assistance (Virtual Assistant), Social Media Marketing
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The Creative AllianceA multi-purpose arts center, the Creative Alliance includes two galleries for contemporary art, a 200-seat flexible theater, a classroom, media lab, live/work studios for 8 artists and the Marquee Lounge.Gina Carusocarusogina2@gmail.comIn addition to our arts and educational programming, we are seeking the following services: fitness and STEM related activities.art, music, cooking, theater, and educational enrichment
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The Downtown Sailing CenterDedicated to providing sailing and educational opportunities to all people regardless of economic or social background.Johanna Murphyjohanna@downtownsailing.orgProfessional development opportunities in Trauma Informed Care as well as how to best support individuals and youth with disabilities. Community program partners for sports enrichment. STEM focused Summer Camp Activities, STEM OST Curriculum Development Training,
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The Fly Girl NetworkA service organization dedicated to providing socio-emotional, academic, and spiritual support services for youth and young adults at every stage and phase of their life's unfoldment.Tiffany Ginyardflygirlnetwork@gmail.comLiteracy instruction
Fitness
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The IntersectionAn after school and summer program for juniors and seniors that incorporates fundamental components of organizing, provides opportunities for youth led civic action and leads intensive college readiness curriculum. This results in students who are prepared to become life-long community leaders who succeed in college and beyond. Randi NorrisRnorris@baltimoreintersection.orgOther College readiness, youth-led advocacy programs, professional development on supporting older youth Youth- led leadership training
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The Maryland Book Bank The Maryland Book Bank is a committed to cultivating literacy in children from under-resourced communities. We provide free and low cost books to children, educators, families, and organizations throughout Maryland.Kimberly Croutkcrout@marylandbookbank.org
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The Parks & People FoundationSeeks to improve the quality of life for residents of Baltimore by ensuring that everyone is connected to nature through vibrant parks and green spaces.Alicia Copelandalicia.copeland@parksandpeople.orgEnrichment partners (must be able to integrate environmental & physical literacy into their activities), before and/or aftercare providers
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The Webb Group Inc Educational Learning Center-Michelle Webb mrsmewebb@gmail.comsupporting students with special needsSTEM
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Turning the Corner Achievement Program (TCAP) at the Crossroads SchoolTCAP offers a STEAM-specific 3 wk summer program for students at the Crossroads Charter School which include field trips, group projects, and guest speakers.Algernon Campbellacampbell@livingclassrooms.orgEnrichment partners in STEM for aquatic jobs, automotive, and construction.
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Unique FabricsSewing Program for girls and young women.Mary Alexandermsla_64@yahoo.comMath, SAT prep, Nutritionist, Self Esteem Coach, Art program, Teaching youth how to sew.
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Village Learning PlaceVLP houses educational programs, enrichment opportunities, and informational resources for Charles Village and throughout Baltimore CityLiesje Gantertdirector@villagelearningplace.orgEnrichment partners (for both elementary and 7th-10th) - focus on sports, fitness, and/or dance and art

PD opportunities for behavior management
OST Educators' Learning Community

Summer PD - Intro to Restorative Practices
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WOMAN IncA cultural arts martial art organization Locy Lumumbalocy50@gmail.comSTEM, literacy instructionMartial Art training
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Women in Transition, Inc.WIT assists young women to transition out of foster care successfully. Provides transition planning services delivered in three segments:and each segment is comprised of coursework that combines instruction with hands-on application and coaching to empower, train and coach the young women we serve; giving priority to young women in foster care, teen mothers and young women performing below grade level and at risk of becoming homeless.Peggy Murphywit_inc@msn.comWe welcome the expertise to support our strategic planning initiatives We welcome the opportunity to provide planning workshops to aid participants in creating a vision and developing the steps needed to achieve their vision.
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Y in Central MarylandThe Y is a mission-driven, charitable organization in Central Maryland dedicated to developing the full potential of every individual through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.Derryck Fletcherderryckfletcher@ymaryland.orgArt, Music, STEM
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Young Audiences/Arts for Learning Devoted to enriching the lives and education of Maryland’s youth through educational and culturally-diverse arts programs by partnering with professional artists from all disciplines and with schools throughout Maryland for hands-on arts learning experiences.Emily Norrisemily@yamd.orgNon-arts programs, sports and fitness, STEM programs, field trip providers
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Young Entrepreneurz Organization Teaches youth entrepreneurship, economic development and job skills for young people. Ernest Ruffin Jreruffin@yngentrepreneurz.orgSTEM, fitness and cooking Entrepreneurship training
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Youth As ResourcesYAR is a youth-led grantmaking, community organizing and leadership development non-profit organization that helps youth address their most critical community and institutional challenges on their own terms.Julie Reederjreeder@youthasresources.orgCreating engaging literacy activities that support our work. Cultural arts activities. Support for the college application/financial aid process. Peer-to-peer training and support. Youth-led community organizing. Topics include community organizing/community conversation, advocacy, leadership, team building, facilitation, self-determination, organizational development, project development and grant writing. YAR youth are trained, experienced and engaging disability rights leaders.
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