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Name of Agency
Community Served
(Fifth Ward, Central Southwest, East End,
North Forest, South Acres/ Crestmont, Acres Homes)
Target Age Group Served
Program Focus
What need are you looking to meet through a collaboration?
(e.g. mentorship, curriculum, program space, etc.)
What can you bring to a partnership?
(e.g. curriculum, program space, transportation, etc.)
Contact Information
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(e.g.) O2LYoungAdults(e.g.) East End(e.g.) 14-18 years old
(e.g.) College and Career Readiness
(e.g.) Mentorship, exposure to diverse careers and fields,
service and leadership opportunities
(e.g.) program space and transportation
(e.g.) Jon Doe, Program Director
(xxx) xxx-xxxx
Jdoefakeemail@O2L.org
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Dual Status and Adjudicated Youth; Social Emotional Learning DepartmentAll11-21 years oldHigh school graduation, College and Career exposure, encouragment of daily attendance, and consequences of good decision-makingMentors, internships, college and college oppurtunities for adjudicated and DAEP youthConduit to schools, students, and partnering HISD departmentsBea Marquez, MGR 713 556-7108 bmarquez@houstonisd.org Special Note: applications must be turned in to HISD Grant dept. 10 days prior to Grant Due date for review and approval process (for partnership)
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Comp-U-DoptALL8 - 18 years oldTechnology access/education, Career ReadinessLooking for program space and students to join our programsWe offer a full after school curriculum, materials and trainers, as well as technology for students/families for elementary, middle and high school
Colin Dempsey, Program Director
(713) 426-2330 X1355
colin@compudopt.org
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Project GRAD HoustonALL14-18 years old, parentsCollege & Career Readinessprogram space, students needing college & career readiness servicesGRAD Scholar Club including college and career curriculum that can be incorporated into an after school program for high school students and parentsAnne Sung, Chief Strategy Officer
832-325-0346
asung@projectgradhouston.org
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PAIR Houston Central Southwest 13-19 year olds Educational mentoring, college readiness Deepen graduation and college readiness for high school refugees Tailored curriculum, programs twice weekly at HISD school sites, expertise with refugee population, case management Jennifer Garmon, Executive Director 816-807-8507 jennifer@pairhouston.org
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Shepard-Acres Homes Neighborhood LibraryAcres Homes12-18 years old
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Young Audiences of HoustonAvailable to All Communities5-18
Arts Enrichment, Literacy, Parent Engagement, Creativity-centered SEL
Collaborations supporting youth development through the arts
Curriculum (Services across all artistic disciplines), Flexibility
Glenn Bailey, Partnerships Director; 713.520.9267; glenn@yahouston.org
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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
All8-21 years & parents
Youth Development-Multi Subject Matter Programs
Looking to expand youth development opportunities in career exploration, development of problem solving, leadership, and communication skills
4-H & Youth Development offers curriculum and program implementation to partners
Fralonda Aubrey, County Extension Agent (713)274-0950 fwaubrey@ag.tamu.edu
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Writers in the Schools (WITS)AllK-12Arts education— literacy & storytelling via creative writing, spoken word poetry, and STEAM-centered project based learning— helping youth develop authentic voice, confidence, and self-expressionStudents (access, recruitment, attendance)
Transportation
Program space (with site support)
Teachers/teaching artists, customizable programming/curriculum, content expertise,
supplies, relationships w schools & school admin—professional writers work with youth in school during school time as well as in after school programs and community centers
Meggie Monahan (Program Manager)
mmonahan@witshouston.org
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Texan French Alliance for the Arts / Be the Peace-Be the Hope ProgramAll8-18Social & Emotional Learning through arts based, trauma informed workshops- looking for partnerships/organizations wishing to add a SEL componenet to their curriculum - looking for project space9 week SEL curriculum (can be implemented during or after school time), facilitators, translators, suppliesKarine Parker (Executive and Creative Director): info@texanfrenchalliance.org
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Children's Museum of HoustonAllK-8STEM & Family LearningMuseum Admission, Curriculum & Training for Facilitators OR Parent/Family EngagementOpen Doors Museum admission partnership, Maker Space at the Museum, STEM Curriculums and associated Training, Family Learning EventsCheryl McCallum, Director of Education, 713-569-5502, cmccallum@cmhouston.org OR Armando Orduna, Director of Outreach Programs, 713-535-7234, aorduna@cmhouston.org
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Neuhaus Education CenterAllK-8LiteracyPartnership with an organization(s) offering literacy supportProvide training to staff or teachers so they can help youth build literacy skills. Potential population groups: ELL, learning differences, general population
Bronwyn Beauchamp
VP of Advancement
832-338-8112
bbeauchamp@neuhaus.org
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Harris County Public LibraryAll0-18LiteracySupport for the Summer Reading Program, supplies, programming and event talent, incentives for reading through the summer. programming space, reach to 1.9 million residents in the service area (most of our branch libraries are outside of the beltway), professional training in early childhood and teen learning, literature and support materials for reading and learning. Arts and Crafts instruction, Big Body Play, Social and emotional learning strategies. Joel Bangilan; 713-274-6615; joel.bangilan@hcpl.net; Youth Services Librarian
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START (supporting transition and regenerative training) ALL
14-24
STEAM and Co allaigned currilum with Algebra
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