College and Career Prep

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The Children’s Aid Society helps youth to remain on track for high school graduation, college and the workforce through a variety of programs, including:

The Corporate Workplace Program aims to close the gap for motivated teens between the classroom and the real world of work.

JP Morgan Project LIVE is an exciting career development and corporate mentoring program for 9th and 10th graders. Students are assigned two corporate mentors and will participate in weekly activities and workshops that give them the inside track into what it takes to succeed in any future career.

Our EXCEL (Educational eXcellence Creating Empowered Leaders) Program places motivated yet underprivileged New York City youth, from across Children’s Aid, on a higher education track as early as the 8th grade.

The Children’s Aid Society’s WORKLINC Program (NYEP) helps disconnected adolescents find stability and self-worth through a solid introduction to the world of work.

The Carrera Pregnancy Prevention program uses a holistic approach that aims to empower youth, help them develop a desire for a productive future, and aid them in improving their sexual literacy and their understanding of the consequences of sexual activity.