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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 ServedProgram 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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Fifth Ward Enrichment ProgramFifth Ward12-18Summer Learning Loss/College Readiness/Enrichment OpportunitiesCurriculumSpace, Transportation, CurriculumConsuella Whipple, cwhipple@fwepinc.org, 713-229-8353
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DiscoverUFifth Ward; Central Southwest; North Forest; Acres Homes; South Acres/Crestmont14-19Experiential Learning/College & Career Readinesshigh quality programmingCommitted student participants; parent education; case managementEmily Sketch Haines, 832-743-5089, emily@discoverus.org
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CollegeCommunityCareerCentral Southwest14 - 18College/Career ReadinessExposure to possibilities of careers and colleges for studentsContent expertise, curriculum, Kathy Rose
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Austin High SchoolEast End14-18enrichment/SEL/substance abuse prevention/job skillsmentorship, experiential learning, wraparound services for students and familiesstudents and parentsMarlen Rodriguez, Wraparound Resource Specialist 713-924-1600 ext. 1126 marlen.rodriguez2@houstonisd.org
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City ArtWorksCentral Southwest5-12visual arts as relates to math and geometryprogram space, transportation, children and their parents who may want to attend classescurriculum, instructors, art suppliesMargaret Bott (713) 681-1331 exdir@cityartworks.org
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Community Family CentersEast End4-17 years oldEnrichment/Summer Learning Loss/College ReadinessStudents/Parents/Families and SpacesRosalba Castillo, Program Director  713-923-2316, rocastillo@communityfamilycenters.org
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Babies Youth Children Empowerment Ministries South Acres5-15Enrichment Summer Learning/STEM/Character DevelopmentCurriculum /computers/applications/transportation Students/volunteers/coordinator/curriculum/materials supplies/experienceLynda Gittens (832) 239-8849/ LYNDAG@BYCEMINISTRIES.ORG
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MI3 CenterNorthside 4-17Health/Wellness/Enrichment Summer Learning/STEM/Social Emotional DevelopmentChildren/Families to extend services/curriculum/mentorship/extended service areaSpace/Content Expertise/Program organization & deliveryDr. Deborah Joy Irabor, (504) 914-6543 ; drdeborah@mi3center.org
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YMCA of Greater HoustonAll5-15Summer Learning Loss Prevention, Enrichmentpartners in enrichmentspace, youth, staff, transportationHeidi Brasher, District Exec, 281-685-4183, heidi.brasher@ymcahouston.org
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Girls Inc. of Greater HoustonFifth Ward6 - 18 years oldHealthy living, academic enrichment and support (abatement of summer learning loss), life skills and leadership developmentvWe have a need for program space and would like to collaborate on curriculum development and delivery of specific program components. Research-based and gender-specific curriculum; trained program staff; interactive, hands-on lessons and activities; supplies and materialsJolea Payne, Program Director, (713) 802-2260, Jolea@girlsinc-houston.org
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Genesys WorksAcres Homes, Central Southwest, East End, Fifth Ward, and North Forest17+College/Careerpartners for enrichmentstudents, space, curriculum, career opportunitiesJoe Small, Director of Strategic Planning, 484-769-7521, jsmall@genesysworks.org
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Writers in the SchoolsAll (esp East End)13-19summer learning loss— literacy + SEL
with teens via spoken word poetry and performance
partner with one or more Ed Collab org + 2 or more secondary schools; transportation; family engagementteachers/teaching artists, curriculum, content expertise,
supplies, national festival participation this summer, relationships w schools & school admin
Meggie Monahan, mmonahan@witshouston.org
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Zenith LearningAllPK-18comprehensive programming for school year and summer; enrichment programsproject-based and inquiry-based learning; family engagement; fieldtripshighly trained staff; strong organizational structure; experience in comprehensive programming; grant writing and managementMichelle Pina 832-317-3856 mpina@zenithlearning.org
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Respect MyVoice Acres Home, Fifth Ward6 - 18 +Communication, Health/Wellness, Building your Brand, Building WealthBroader reach to better support kids and families Strong curriculum expertise Stacy Penright contact@respectmyvoice.org
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Breakthrough HoustonEast End, 5th ward, south acres, north forest and central southwest (but not exclusively)12-15summer academic enrichment to avoid summer learning losspartner with orgs where we can improve and /or participate in parent engagement activities and staff development activitiescontent and program expertise; teacher training expertiseStephanie Wilkinson contact steph.b.wilkinson@gmail.com
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FotoFest All 7-18summer learning loss, literacy and SEL focus with STEAM and technical photography skillspartnership for program space and neighborhood outreachadaptable curriculum to suit a variety of goals and subjects, professional delivery and organizationLexie Ettinger, Program Manager, ltp@fotofest.org, 713-223-5522 x12
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The Rising Star CCSouth Acres/Crestmont 7-12 yrs & up (add a age every year After-School & Tutoring Program Fall/Spring/ Summer After-School & Tutoring, in Reading, Math & Other Subject levels, along with parent and community engagementPsycho-social therapy, curriculum building, schools to recruit studentsSpace, parent and community engagement events, academicsCher Dawson 832-817-6266 E: cdawson@risingstarcollab.org
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L.E.A.D. HoustonFifth Ward5 - 18 years oldYear Round Out of School TimePartnership for program enrichment and continued developmentCurriculum and empirical based programmingDr. Valerie D. Jackson, ihealthycommunities@gmail.com, (281) 236-3989
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Workshop HoustonThird Ward13-19Experiential Learning/Arts/Environmental Literacy Partners for enrichment
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Mufasa's Pride Rites of PassageCentral Southwest12-18Summer Enrichment, College & Career ReadinessMentorship, and Partners for EnrichmentStudents, Curriculum , Space, Best Practices for Male based curriculumT. Hondre' Outley~ Exec. Director, 713-449-7495, Hondre@MufasasPride.org
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Houston Center for PhotographyCentral Southwest, East End8-18 years old & adultsVisual Arts/Photography Enrichment, Visual Literacy, SELPartners in enrichmentCurriculum, teachers, art supplies, camera equipment and related technologiesNatalie Rodgers, Access and Community Education Coordinator, 713-529-4755 ext. 14, natalie@hcponline.org
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Safe Place OutreachNorth Forest8-18 Years old & Adults
Academic Enrichment, Financial Empowerment
Partners for enrichmentAcademic Enrichment, Visual & Performing Arts
Tamara Davis Exec. Director 832-439-2478 Tamara.davis77@yahoo.com
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Thrive & GROE Productions Academy
Central Southwest, North Forest and Acres Homes
5--18 years old & adultsYear Round In and Out of School TimeSpace, Partnerships and collaborationsSTEAM EDUCATION, Family Community Engagement, Camps, Academic Enrichment, Enrichment, Visual and Performaing Art, College &Career Readiness, Money Literacy, Mentorships, Outreach Julia James, M. Ed.; 281-739-9956, thrivegroe@gmail.com
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BakerRipleyEast End5-18 yrs of age
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Spirit of Youth Fencing Foundation East End
5-18 yrs of agefencing and steam
Partnership for enrichment in non traditional teaching methodologies
non traditional approach to all encompassing enrichment program
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AAMA East End, Second Ward 5-18 years of age
Leadership and other prevention educational sessions
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Comp-U-Dopt Any you're in. 5-18
Technology access and education
Partners with Students and Space but needing programming
Programming and technology
Colin Dempsey, Education Director Colin@compudopt.org
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Children's Museum All listed5--12STEAMpartners in enrichmentResponsive curriculum and direct instruction
Armando Orduna, aorduna@cmhouston.org
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Aurora Picture ShowEast Emd8 to 18Health/Wellness/Enrichment Summer LearningPartners for enrichmentCurriculum, teachers, art supplies, technology
Camilo Gonzalez gonzalez@aurorapictureshow.org
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iSeeMyselfThird Ward, Fifth Ward11 - 17 years oldCareer awareness, financial literacy, college readinessProgram space and facilitatorsSTEM industry mentors of color in the millenial to Gen X age range, curriculums and facilitator guides
Kedrick Winfield
713-819-7240
admin@iseemyself.org
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Girlstart8-11 years oldSTEM education for girls
Tamara Hudgins tamara@girlstart.org
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HYPE Freedom School, Inc.
Fifth Ward, South Acres/Crestmont, Acres Home
5-18 years old, college students and adultsLteracy Enrichment, Summer Learning Loss, Cultural Enrichment, SEL, Youth Leadership Development, Family EngagementTransportation for offsite experiential activities, mentorship, joint partnerships, high school leadership program, youth voice programmingBrandi Brown, brandi@hypefs.org, (832)443-8517
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater HoustonSouth Acres/North Forest/Fifth Ward6-17Comprehensive out of school time programsNew strategies for partnerships to provide innovative approaches to serving youthProgram space and high quality programsZenae Campbell zcampbell@bgcgh.org (916) 533-2928
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Milby High SchoolEast End14-18
Wraparound Services, SEL, Education, College Readiness
Mentorship, SEL, Students and Families
LaToya Porter, Latoya.Porter@houstonisd.org
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Young Audiences of Houston
Available 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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Nature Heritage Society
Available to All Communities5-18
Outdoor Environmental Education, Stewardship and Conservation
Collaborative partners to expand the scope of services NHS can provide
Outdoor site within the city of Houston to facilitate outdoor handson STEM based activities
Treasa Antony 832-651-6426. natureheritagesociety.houston@gmail.com
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GEFWCAll5-12SEL, Mentoring, STEAMTo enhance programming throughoutProgram implementation
Michelle Frias, 281-218-8867
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