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Neighborhood Programs


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Early Childhood Mental Health Collaborative

The Early Childhood Mental Health Collaborative consists of Family Paths, Through the Looking Glass and Jewish Family and Community Services. We will provide Mental Health Consultation for 1082 preschool age children enrolled in 15 Head Starts, 5 OUSD Child Development Centers and 5 Head Start Family Child Care Centers in Oakland. We will target centers that operate in high stress neighborhoods. Developmental Consultation will be provided to 24 individual children throughout the year. We will also provide parenting workshops for 64 parents 8 times a year at Head Start sites.

Program Website: familypaths.org
Program Representative Name Nancy Morosohk
Program Representative Email: Nmorosohk@familypaths.org
Street Address: 1727 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultations

Integrated Early Childhood Consultation Program

The Integrated Early Childhood Consultation Program is a collaboration between JFCS East Bay, UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland, and the Oakland Unified School District Early Childhood Department to provide comprehensive, trauma-informed early childhood mental health consultation and child development services at fifteen preschool sites in Oakland, serving 845 children, 112 teachers, and 127 parents.

Program Website: www.jfcs-eastbay.org
Program Representative Name Carol Singer
Program Representative Email: csinger@jfcs-eastbay.org
Street Address: 2484 Shattuck Avenue, Ste. 210, Berkeley, California
Strategy Type: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultations

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Lincoln provides parent/teacher consultation to build school readiness and social emotional skills in 10 OUSD Child Development Centers (CDC). Through intentionally delivering Lincoln’s early childhood mental health consultation in CDCs that are linked to elementary schools where we also provide services, we create critical hubs of support for our most under-resourced communities. By working with pre-school age children and their families, we are able to engage in early intervention and prevention services while providing a continuity of care for children throughout their educational years.

Program Website: http://lincolnfamilies.org/programs-services/education/early-childhood-programs
Program Representative Name Brooke Barnett
Program Representative Email: brookebarnett@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 1266 14th Street, Berkeley, California
Strategy Type: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultations

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Lincoln provides parent/teacher consultation to build school readiness and social emotional skills in 10 OUSD Child Development Centers (CDC). Through intentionally delivering Lincoln’s early childhood mental health consultation in CDCs that are linked to elementary schools where we also provide services, we create critical hubs of support for our most under-resourced communities. By working with pre-school age children and their families, we are able to engage in early intervention and prevention services while providing a continuity of care for children throughout their educational years.

Program Website: http://lincolnfamilies.org/programs-services/education/early-childhood-programs
Program Representative Name Brooke Barnett
Program Representative Email: brookebarnett@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 3670 Penniman Avenue, Rm 1, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultations

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Lincoln provides parent/teacher consultation to build school readiness and social emotional skills in 10 OUSD Child Development Centers (CDC). Through intentionally delivering Lincoln’s early childhood mental health consultation in CDCs that are linked to elementary schools where we also provide services, we create critical hubs of support for our most under-resourced communities. By working with pre-school age children and their families, we are able to engage in early intervention and prevention services while providing a continuity of care for children throughout their educational years.

Program Website: http://lincolnfamilies.org/programs-services/education/early-childhood-programs
Program Representative Name Brooke Barnett
Program Representative Email: brookebarnett@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 3200 Boston Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultations

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Lincoln provides parent/teacher consultation to build school readiness and social emotional skills in 10 OUSD Child Development Centers (CDC). Through intentionally delivering Lincoln’s early childhood mental health consultation in CDCs that are linked to elementary schools where we also provide services, we create critical hubs of support for our most under-resourced communities. By working with pre-school age children and their families, we are able to engage in early intervention and prevention services while providing a continuity of care for children throughout their educational years.

Program Website: http://lincolnfamilies.org/programs-services/education/early-childhood-programs
Program Representative Name Brooke Barnett
Program Representative Email: brookebarnett@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 1322 86th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultations

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Lincoln provides parent/teacher consultation to build school readiness and social emotional skills in 10 OUSD Child Development Centers (CDC). Through intentionally delivering Lincoln’s early childhood mental health consultation in CDCs that are linked to elementary schools where we also provide services, we create critical hubs of support for our most under-resourced communities. By working with pre-school age children and their families, we are able to engage in early intervention and prevention services while providing a continuity of care for children throughout their educational years.

Program Website: http://lincolnfamilies.org/programs-services/education/early-childhood-programs
Program Representative Name Brooke Barnett
Program Representative Email: brookebarnett@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 3825 California Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultations

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Lincoln provides parent/teacher consultation to build school readiness and social emotional skills in 10 OUSD Child Development Centers (CDC). Through intentionally delivering Lincoln’s early childhood mental health consultation in CDCs that are linked to elementary schools where we also provide services, we create critical hubs of support for our most under-resourced communities. By working with pre-school age children and their families, we are able to engage in early intervention and prevention services while providing a continuity of care for children throughout their educational years.

Program Website: http://lincolnfamilies.org/programs-services/education/early-childhood-programs
Program Representative Name Brooke Barnett
Program Representative Email: brookebarnett@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 10315 E Street Pt. 6, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultations

Parent Child Education Support Program

The Parent Child Education Support Program of East Bay Agency for Children (EBAC) will provide early literacy, socialization, school readiness, and transition to Kindergarten services at EBAC’s Hawthorne Family Resource Center (HFRC) and Think College Now Resource Center (TCNRC) to low income, recently immigrated and migrant Mam (indigenous Mayan people from central Guatemala) and Latino families with children ages 0-5 who are not currently enrolled in preschool.

Program Website: www.ebac.org
Program Representative Name Allison Delgado
Program Representative Email: allison@ebac.org
Street Address: 1700 28th Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Project Pride

East Bay Community Recovery Project is seeking funding to enhance its service delivery at Project Pride by hiring a child development specialist to conduct assessments on all children, develop service plans for them, and provide hands-on parenting education to supplement daily parenting classes. Project Pride offers an opportunity for high-need families to thrive by providing stable housing, coupled with clinical services and case management to support recovery and healthy development.

Program Website: www.ebcrp.org
Program Representative Name Heidi Sohrabi
Program Representative Email: hsohrabi@ebcrp.org
Street Address: 2545 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors Parent Education

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors is an evidence based 10-session parenting skills program for Latinos and other low income families with children ages 0-5. In partnership with Oakland Head Start we will serve 150 parents living in East and West Oakland. We will provide four 10 week sessions at centralized locations per funding year. Participants will receive one-on-one parent coaching to assist in integrating program content. This unique curriculum builds on family strengths to transform the achievement gap into an opportunity to improve and enrich the lives of their children and families.

Program Website: http://familypaths.org/
Program Representative Name Julianne Rositas
Program Representative Email: Jrositas@familypaths.org
Street Address: 8501 International Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors Parent Education

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors is an evidence based 10-session parenting skills program for Latinos and other low income families with children ages 0-5. In partnership with Oakland Head Start we will serve 150 parents living in East and West Oakland. We will provide four 10 week sessions at centralized locations per funding year. Participants will receive one-on-one parent coaching to assist in integrating program content. This unique curriculum builds on family strengths to transform the achievement gap into an opportunity to improve and enrich the lives of their children and families.

Program Website: http://familypaths.org/
Program Representative Name Julianne Rositas
Program Representative Email: Jrositas@familypaths.org
Street Address: 7200 Bancroft Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors Parent Education

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors is an evidence based 10-session parenting skills program for Latinos and other low income families with children ages 0-5. In partnership with Oakland Head Start we will serve 150 parents living in East and West Oakland. We will provide four 10 week sessions at centralized locations per funding year. Participants will receive one-on-one parent coaching to assist in integrating program content. This unique curriculum builds on family strengths to transform the achievement gap into an opportunity to improve and enrich the lives of their children and families.

Program Website: http://familypaths.org/
Program Representative Name Julianne Rositas
Program Representative Email: Jrositas@familypaths.org
Street Address: 1010 East 15th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors Parent Education

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors is an evidence based 10-session parenting skills program for Latinos and other low income families with children ages 0-5. In partnership with Oakland Head Start we will serve 150 parents living in East and West Oakland. We will provide four 10 week sessions at centralized locations per funding year. Participants will receive one-on-one parent coaching to assist in integrating program content. This unique curriculum builds on family strengths to transform the achievement gap into an opportunity to improve and enrich the lives of their children and families.

Program Website: http://familypaths.org/
Program Representative Name Julianne Rositas
Program Representative Email: Jrositas@familypaths.org
Street Address: 1058 West Grand, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Multicultural Family Resource Centers

Lotus Bloom proposes to run two multicultural family resource centers for families with children 5 and under. Activities will include parent child playgroups, case management, resource and referral, parenting classes, field trips, community building, and parent leadership meetings. Each family resource center will be staffed by a program supervisor, family advocate, and 2 playgroup teachers.

Program Website: www.lotusbloomfamily.org
Program Representative Name TBD TBD
Program Representative Email: TBD
Street Address: 2008 Park Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

School Readiness Playgroups

Lotus Bloom proposes to run two 2 day a week school readiness playgroups at Garfield and Allendale Elementary Schools. The programs will serve 20 parents and caregivers and 20 children aged 0-5 per day, and run for 3 hours each.

Program Website: www.lotusbloomfamily.org
Program Representative Name TBD TBD
Program Representative Email: TBD
Street Address: 2008 Park Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Listening to Children Parent Cafes

The purpose of this grant will be to provide extensive and intensive family strengthening services to 70 West Oakland families with children aged 0-8 years. Oakland Parents Together will provide 3 six-week Parent Cafe series, one ten-week 5 Pillars of Parenting workshop, and one ten-week Listening to Children -- and to Each Other workshops.

Program Website: parentstogether.org
Program Representative Name Bathsheba Harambee
Program Representative Email: tinaharambe8@gmail.com
Street Address: 935 Union St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Listening to Children Parent Cafes

The purpose of this grant will be to provide extensive and intensive family strengthening services to 70 West Oakland families with children aged 0-8 years. Oakland Parents Together will provide 3 six-week Parent Cafe series, one ten-week 5 Pillars of Parenting workshop, and one ten-week Listening to Children -- and to Each Other workshops.

Program Website: parentstogether.org
Program Representative Name Bathsheba Harambee
Program Representative Email: tinaharambe8@gmail.com
Street Address: 440 Santa Clara Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Sandboxes to Empowerment

Sandboxes to Community Empowerment is a free, twice weekly, drop-in play and learn group established through a collaboration between Oakland Parks and Recreation, Lotus Bloom Family Resource Center and Museum of Children's Arts (MOCHA). Sandboxes will be held at three (3) parks and recreation facilities in the city: Rainbow Recreation Center, Carmen Flores Recreation Center, and Mosswood Recreation Center. We offer fun developmentally appropriate activities and learning experiences that prepare children and families for structured school environments.

Program Website: http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/opr/s/ADAInclusionCenter/index.htm
Program Representative Name TBD TBD
Program Representative Email: TBD
Street Address: 250 Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Oakland Promise: Brilliant Baby

This proposal seeks support for one component of the Oakland Promise: The Brilliant Baby program will open a college savings account with an initial $500 deposit for babies from a target group of economically vulnerable families enrolled in Early Head Start and Home Visiting programs. Parents will be offered financial coaching, monetary incentives, and supported to set and achieve near-term financial goals for their families. Families' economic wellbeing and positive parenting will improve, stress will be reduced, and advances in babies' social, emotional and physical development will result.

Program Website: www.oaklandedfund.org
Program Representative Name Amanda Feinstein
Program Representative Email: afeinstein@oaklandnet.com
Street Address: 2595 International Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Oakland Promise: Brilliant Baby

This proposal seeks support for one component of the Oakland Promise: The Brilliant Baby program will open a college savings account with an initial $500 deposit for babies from a target group of economically vulnerable families enrolled in Early Head Start and Home Visiting programs. Parents will be offered financial coaching, monetary incentives, and supported to set and achieve near-term financial goals for their families. Families' economic wellbeing and positive parenting will improve, stress will be reduced, and advances in babies' social, emotional and physical development will result.

Program Website: www.oaklandedfund.org
Program Representative Name Amanda Feinstein
Program Representative Email: afeinstein@oaklandnet.com
Street Address: 1900 Fruitvale Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Community Schools and Student Services-Expanded Learning

The Summer Pre-K (SPK) program is a 4-week program serving in 18 children in 6 classrooms in priority neighborhoods. The program is designed for incoming kindergartners with minimal to no preschool experience. SPK provide children with an opportunity to prepare for kindergarten through social learning and literacy and math development; skills necessary for school success. SPK has an on-going parent engagement and education component to increase access to information and services related to academic readiness and child wellness.

Program Website: http://www.ousd.org/summerlearning
Program Representative Name Maria Sujo
Program Representative Email: maria.sujo@ousd.org
Street Address: 1000 Broadway Suite 680, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Building Strong Children in LGBTQ Families

This project supports the healthy development of young children growing up in LGBT families and provides LGBT parents/caregivers community, positive parenting skills, resources, and tools. Many LGBT families face multiple barriers to healthy development of their children, including financial barriers, lingering anti-gay stigma, and insufficient information and resources. Our activities help children thrive by providing families play groups, parent/caregiver education workshops and classes, family engagement, community-building events, and resources.

Program Website: www.ourfamily.org
Program Representative Name Polly Pagenhart
Program Representative Email: polly@ourfamily.org
Street Address: 5232 Claremont Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Building Strong Children in LGBTQ Families

This project supports the healthy development of young children growing up in LGBT families and provides LGBT parents/caregivers community, positive parenting skills, resources, and tools. Many LGBT families face multiple barriers to healthy development of their children, including financial barriers, lingering anti-gay stigma, and insufficient information and resources. Our activities help children thrive by providing families play groups, parent/caregiver education workshops and classes, family engagement, community-building events, and resources.

Program Website: www.ourfamily.org
Program Representative Name Polly Pagenhart
Program Representative Email: polly@ourfamily.org
Street Address: 970 Grace Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Prescott Joseph Center's Pre-preschool Program

Located in West Oakland, CA, the Fr. Charles D. Burns, SVD Pre-Preschool provides a play-based, parent-child learning program. The program emphasizes the importance of parent-child interactions and play through guided activities which enhance a child’s literacy, social-emotional, math, and science development in a high-quality early childhood environment. The program provides opportunities for parents/guardians to deepen their understanding of child development through facilitated conversations. Parents who attend become connected with a strong community of supportive local parents.

Program Website: www.prescottjoseph.org
Program Representative Name Kristen Burmester
Program Representative Email: Kristen@prescottjoseph.org
Street Address: 920 Peralta Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Vision Awareness & Education for Low-income Oakland Families

PBNC will provide services open to caregivers of ~2,450 low-income Oakland preschoolers including: 1) in-person & video vision education workshops covering the importance of eyesight for academic & social-emotional development, 2) one-on-one caregiver counseling while children receive eye exams on PBNC’s Eye Bus at preschools & 3) follow-up parent coaching to support “compliance” in wearing glasses & troubleshoot & 4) a “Glasses are Cool” party bringing families of children wearing glasses together to celebrate, normalize glasses & provide further direct one-on-one caregiver counseling.

Program Website: www.eyeinfo.org
Program Representative Name TBD TBD
Program Representative Email: TBD
Street Address: 1388 Sutter Street, Suite 408, San Francisco, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Safe Passages Baby Learning Communities Collaborative

The Baby Learning Communities Collaborative Program (BLCCP) serves three high-need communities in Oakland: Havenscourt, Stonehurst, West Oakland. The BLCCP conducts extensive outreach to families with young children in these communities and provides supports through community infant playgroups, parent education workshops, parent advocacy academies, resource and referral counseling, family engagement events, and case management services. Collaborative partners include: Safe Passages, Through the Looking Glass, CRECE, Jewish Family & Community Services-EB, Parent Voices Oakland, Bananas.

Program Website: www.safepassages.org
Program Representative Name Laura Cabral
Program Representative Email: lcabral@safepassages.org
Street Address: 6701 International Blvd., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Safe Passages Baby Learning Communities Collaborative

The Baby Learning Communities Collaborative Program (BLCCP) serves three high-need communities in Oakland: Havenscourt, Stonehurst, West Oakland. The BLCCP conducts extensive outreach to families with young children in these communities and provides supports through community infant playgroups, parent education workshops, parent advocacy academies, resource and referral counseling, family engagement events, and case management services. Collaborative partners include: Safe Passages, Through the Looking Glass, CRECE, Jewish Family & Community Services-EB, Parent Voices Oakland, Bananas.

Program Website: www.safepassages.org
Program Representative Name Laura Cabral
Program Representative Email: lcabral@safepassages.org
Street Address: 10315 E Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Safe Passages Baby Learning Communities Collaborative

The Baby Learning Communities Collaborative Program (BLCCP) serves three high-need communities in Oakland: Havenscourt, Stonehurst, West Oakland. The BLCCP conducts extensive outreach to families with young children in these communities and provides supports through community infant playgroups, parent education workshops, parent advocacy academies, resource and referral counseling, family engagement events, and case management services. Collaborative partners include: Safe Passages, Through the Looking Glass, CRECE, Jewish Family & Community Services-EB, Parent Voices Oakland, Bananas.

Program Website: www.safepassages.org
Program Representative Name Laura Cabral
Program Representative Email: lcabral@safepassages.org
Street Address: 991 14th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Community Capacity Building - Training in Early Learning

Partnering with Children’s Hospital Oakland, Refugee Transitions, and Aspire Education Project, Tandem will provide in-depth training, resources, and literacy events for adults working with children and families. This program builds capacity through a train-the-trainer model, with program support, literacy events, book give-aways, and other best practices to promote family engagement and early literacy. By targeting families with young children who are outside of the formal care system, Tandem’s intervention will directly affect hundreds of Oakland families.

Program Website: www.tandembayarea.org
Program Representative Name Jennifer Caban
Program Representative Email: jennifer@tandembayarea.org
Street Address: 655 International Blvd Suite 203, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Community Capacity Building - Training in Early Learning

Partnering with Children’s Hospital Oakland, Refugee Transitions, and Aspire Education Project, Tandem will provide in-depth training, resources, and literacy events for adults working with children and families. This program builds capacity through a train-the-trainer model, with program support, literacy events, book give-aways, and other best practices to promote family engagement and early literacy. By targeting families with young children who are outside of the formal care system, Tandem’s intervention will directly affect hundreds of Oakland families.

Program Website: www.tandembayarea.org
Program Representative Name Jennifer Caban
Program Representative Email: jennifer@tandembayarea.org
Street Address: 747 52nd Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Community Capacity Building - Training in Early Learning

Partnering with Children’s Hospital Oakland, Refugee Transitions, and Aspire Education Project, Tandem will provide in-depth training, resources, and literacy events for adults working with children and families. This program builds capacity through a train-the-trainer model, with program support, literacy events, book give-aways, and other best practices to promote family engagement and early literacy. By targeting families with young children who are outside of the formal care system, Tandem’s intervention will directly affect hundreds of Oakland families.

Program Website: www.tandembayarea.org
Program Representative Name Jennifer Caban
Program Representative Email: jennifer@tandembayarea.org
Street Address: 699 Bellevue Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Community Capacity Building - Training in Early Learning

Partnering with Children’s Hospital Oakland, Refugee Transitions, and Aspire Education Project, Tandem will provide in-depth training, resources, and literacy events for adults working with children and families. This program builds capacity through a train-the-trainer model, with program support, literacy events, book give-aways, and other best practices to promote family engagement and early literacy. By targeting families with young children who are outside of the formal care system, Tandem’s intervention will directly affect hundreds of Oakland families.

Program Website: www.tandembayarea.org
Program Representative Name Jennifer Caban
Program Representative Email: jennifer@tandembayarea.org
Street Address: 1322 86th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Community Capacity Building - Training in Early Learning

Partnering with Children’s Hospital Oakland, Refugee Transitions, and Aspire Education Project, Tandem will provide in-depth training, resources, and literacy events for adults working with children and families. This program builds capacity through a train-the-trainer model, with program support, literacy events, book give-aways, and other best practices to promote family engagement and early literacy. By targeting families with young children who are outside of the formal care system, Tandem’s intervention will directly affect hundreds of Oakland families.

Program Website: www.tandembayarea.org
Program Representative Name Jennifer Caban
Program Representative Email: jennifer@tandembayarea.org
Street Address: 4801 Lawton Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Pillars of Parenting Support (POPS) Program

The Pillars of Parenting Support (POPS)Program is designed to increase parenting skills and resilience for fathers of young children who reside in two neighborhoods of Oakland highly impacted by violence and poverty. Through 5 components which include a Circle of Security Parenting group, home visit, playgroups, community building activities, connections to community resources and mental health treatment, fathers in East and West Oakland will have the opportunity to build community to support the healthy development and school readiness of their young children.

Program Website: www.childrenshospitaloakland.org
Program Representative Name TBD TBD
Program Representative Email: TBD
Street Address: 747 52nd St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Parent Support and Education

Fremont: Our Community United for Success (FOCUS)

Fremont: Our Community United for Success (FOCUS) bolsters 300 youth annually from grades 8-12 most at risk of dropping out, with an emphasis on rising 8th graders, current Fremont HS 9th & 10th graders, newcomers & boys of color. A collaboration between Alternatives in Action, E. Bay Consortium, Oakland Kids 1st, & Fremont HS, FOCUS provides targeted interventions, culturally responsive youth development programs, & college access supports to build participants’ connectedness to school & peers, increase college readiness & academic outcomes, & create a more inclusive, positive school climate.

Program Website: www.alternativesinaction.org
Program Representative Name Shawn Koval
Program Representative Email: skoval@alternativesinaction.org
Street Address: 4610 Foothill Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

Destiny Arts Center: Havenscourt Artists-at-School Residency

Destiny Arts Center (DAC) will bring performing arts programs delivered through restorative practices to Futures Elementary School, Community United Elementary School, and Roots International Academy. In Havenscourt, also termed “The Killing Zone” of East Oakland, over 300 4th-8th grade youth in a single feeder pattern will receive professionally taught arts programs during their school day and after-school hours. DAC will increase students’ sense of connection to their school, their ability to creatively express their own experiences, and build their 21st century learning skills.

Program Website: www.destinyarts.org
Program Representative Name Aurora King
Program Representative Email: aurora@destinyarts.org
Street Address: 970 Grace Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

9th Grade Transition

9th Grade Transition interrupts the incidence and prevalence of school drop-out among African American, Latino, and Southeast Asian students at Oakland High School by engaging rising 9th graders each summer and providing comprehensive early intervention services to 9th graders throughout their first year to ensure their successful transition to Oakland High School.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Rany Ath
Program Representative Email: rany@ebayc.org
Street Address: 2025 East 12th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

LIBRE (Leading the Independence of our Barrios for Raza Empowerment)

LIBRE supports 120 Latino high school youth including Unaccompanied Minors, Undocumented, Newcomer, and those born in the U.S. with immigrant parents, transitioning from their home country to Oakland, and from high school into college and career. Our goal is to empower students to be able to guide their futures and have choices. Therefore LIBRE will assist students in navigating high school, successfully completing the A-G required courses and entering higher education. LIBRE services include cross cultural exchanges, leadership training, college tours, and career exploration through the year.

Program Website: http://www.sscf.org/index.php/en/youth-services
Program Representative Name Alicia Contreras
Program Representative Email: acontreras@sscf.org
Street Address: 1023 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

Daytime Literacy Intervention and Engagement

Girls Inc. will provide small group and one-on-one literacy intervention services to K-5th grade students at 3 elementary schools: Acorn Woodland, Horace Mann, and Reach. During the entire school year, approximately 250 students will receive literacy support. The goal of all literacy services is to develop students’ literacy skills, bringing them to grade level reading by third grade, while promoting positive social-emotional development. Girls Inc. staff will work collaboratively with principal, school day teachers and the Teacher on Special Assignment to create appropriate interventions.

Program Website: www.girlsinc-alameda.org
Program Representative Name Katie Hendricks
Program Representative Email: khendricks@girlsinc-alameda.org
Street Address: 1025 81st Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

Daytime Literacy Intervention and Engagement

Girls Inc. will provide small group and one-on-one literacy intervention services to K-5th grade students at 3 elementary schools: Acorn Woodland, Horace Mann, and Reach. During the entire school year, approximately 250 students will receive literacy support. The goal of all literacy services is to develop students’ literacy skills, bringing them to grade level reading by third grade, while promoting positive social-emotional development. Girls Inc. staff will work collaboratively with principal, school day teachers and the Teacher on Special Assignment to create appropriate interventions.

Program Website: www.girlsinc-alameda.org
Program Representative Name Katie Hendricks
Program Representative Email: khendricks@girlsinc-alameda.org
Street Address: 5222 Ygnacio Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

Daytime Literacy Intervention and Engagement

Girls Inc. will provide small group and one-on-one literacy intervention services to K-5th grade students at 3 elementary schools: Acorn Woodland, Horace Mann, and Reach. During the entire school year, approximately 250 students will receive literacy support. The goal of all literacy services is to develop students’ literacy skills, bringing them to grade level reading by third grade, while promoting positive social-emotional development. Girls Inc. staff will work collaboratively with principal, school day teachers and the Teacher on Special Assignment to create appropriate interventions.

Program Website: www.girlsinc-alameda.org
Program Representative Name Katie Hendricks
Program Representative Email: khendricks@girlsinc-alameda.org
Street Address: 9860 Sunnyside St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

New Highland-Rise Family Resource Center (NH/R FRC)

By providing access to information, connections to community resources, and opportunities to develop new skills, Lincoln’s Family Resource Center (FRC) currently serves families and caregivers of children and youth at New Highland Academy and Rise Community School in East Oakland. Lincoln’s school-based center provides more than 35 programs and activities to students and parents with supports that include parenting workshops, community closets, chronic truancy support programs, reading literacy events, enrollment for medical coverage, and restorative justice support services.

Program Website: http://lincolnfamilies.org/programs-services/well-being/family-resource-center
Program Representative Name Dynell Garron-Lewis
Program Representative Email: dynellgarron@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 8521 A St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

West Oakland Initiative

The purpose of the West Oakland Initiative is to create a neighborhood-specific, multi-system, collaborative response to chronic absenteeism among young students in West Oakland. Lincoln Child Center currently targets four elementary schools in in West Oakland that have identified chronic absence as their priority for the 2015-16 school year: Hoover Elementary, Lafayette Elementary, Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary, and Place at Prescott. Lincoln Child Center provides direct services to the families of chronically absent students including outreach activities and case management.

Program Website: http://www.lincolnchildcenter.org/
Program Representative Name La'Cole Martin
Program Representative Email: lacolemartin@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 890 Brockhurst Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

West Oakland Initiative

The purpose of the West Oakland Initiative is to create a neighborhood-specific, multi-system, collaborative response to chronic absenteeism among young students in West Oakland. Lincoln Child Center currently targets four elementary schools in in West Oakland that have identified chronic absence as their priority for the 2015-16 school year: Hoover Elementary, Lafayette Elementary, Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary, and Place at Prescott. Lincoln Child Center provides direct services to the families of chronically absent students including outreach activities and case management.

Program Website: http://www.lincolnchildcenter.org/
Program Representative Name La'Cole Martin
Program Representative Email: lacolemartin@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 960 10th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

West Oakland Initiative

The purpose of the West Oakland Initiative is to create a neighborhood-specific, multi-system, collaborative response to chronic absenteeism among young students in West Oakland. Lincoln Child Center currently targets four elementary schools in in West Oakland that have identified chronic absence as their priority for the 2015-16 school year: Hoover Elementary, Lafayette Elementary, Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary, and Place at Prescott. Lincoln Child Center provides direct services to the families of chronically absent students including outreach activities and case management.

Program Website: http://www.lincolnchildcenter.org/
Program Representative Name La'Cole Martin
Program Representative Email: lacolemartin@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 920 Campbell Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

West Oakland Initiative

The purpose of the West Oakland Initiative is to create a neighborhood-specific, multi-system, collaborative response to chronic absenteeism among young students in West Oakland. Lincoln Child Center currently targets four elementary schools in in West Oakland that have identified chronic absence as their priority for the 2015-16 school year: Hoover Elementary, Lafayette Elementary, Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary, and Place at Prescott. Lincoln Child Center provides direct services to the families of chronically absent students including outreach activities and case management.

Program Website: http://www.lincolnchildcenter.org/
Program Representative Name La'Cole Martin
Program Representative Email: lacolemartin@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 1266 14th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

OIHS Refugee & Immigrant Wellness Project

The OIHS Immigrant & Refugee Wellness program will provide a dedicated space on OIHS’s campus to serve the socio-emotional needs of newly-arrived immigrants. The center will be a one stop shop for connections/referrals to services related to health, mental health, legal, immigration, housing, food security, health insurance and public benefits needs. To address academic, discipline and school-based services inequities, this project will provide wellness events, casemanagement to highest need students, gang intervention services, manhood development & a restorative justice program.

Program Website: http://www.oaklandinternational.org/#!student-support-services/chao
Program Representative Name Lauren Markham
Program Representative Email: lauren.markham@ousd.org
Street Address: 4521 Webster Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

OUSD Student Engagement in Restorative Justice

Student Engagement in Restorative Justice Program (SERJ) builds capacity for students and adults to work in partnership in Restorative Justice to provide the environment conducive to learning. 30 diverse student leaders from 2 OUSD high schools will participate in leading a peer RJ program in which they facilitate circles with 775 9th graders focusing on transition to high school. They will build community, restore harm, and provide welcome circles for new students, including unaccompanied minors. SERJ aims to support academic achievement by helping to create a safe school environment for all.

Program Website: www.ousd.org/restorativejustice
Program Representative Name Heather Manchester
Program Representative Email: heather.manchester@ousd.org
Street Address: 1000 Broadway Suite 680, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

SPAAT Middle School Student Engagement in Learning

SPAAT is a 501C3 non-profit agency that provides academic and personel support to teen age youth in inner Oakland. Working with the Oakland Unified School District, SPAAT's Academic Skill Building Program and College Playbook enlists Oakland Athletic League (OAL) coaches and paid tutors to work with student-athletes on the field, in the classroom and out of school. SPAAT has achieved remarkable success at McClymonds High School and is now expanding into additional OUSD high schools and developing a middle school program.

Program Website: www.spaat.org
Program Representative Name Harold Pearson
Program Representative Email: hpearson@spaat.org
Street Address: 2607 Myrtle St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

School-Based Case Management

Youth ALIVE's Targeted Engagement for Violence-Exposed Youth strategy will work with youth identified by high school and school-based clinic staff as disconnected from school, gang-involved, homeless or unaccompanied, at risk for violence or on a path to educational failure, especially students transitioning to 9th grade. Staff will help them re-engage in school, and develop skills to become healthy, productive adults. Our frequent-contact, small-caseload, intensive, trauma-informed case management model meets young people where they are - at home, at school, on the block or on the streets.

Program Website: www.youthalive.org
Program Representative Name Jelani Avant
Program Representative Email: TBD
Street Address: 3300 Elm Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Student Engagement in Learning

Life Academy Middle School After School Program

LIFE’s Program provides diverse supports & opportunities for 193 middle schoolers annually to increase their connection to school, one another, and to caring adults, while strengthening their social-emotional skills, leadership capacity, & academic outcomes. Developed in alignment with the school’s community school vision & building upon 12 years of collaboration between Alternatives in Action & Life, our program focuses on: Academic Support, Project-Based Learning & Enrichment, Cascading Leadership, College & Career Readiness, Health & Wellness, and Family Engagement.

Program Website: www.alternativesinaction.org
Program Representative Name Shawn Koval
Program Representative Email: skoval@alternativesinaction.org
Street Address: 2101 35th Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Alliance Academy

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Alliance Academy for 88 students in grades 6 though 8, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Adrian Cabezas
Program Representative Email: acabezas@bacr.org
Street Address: 1800 98th Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Bridges Academy

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Bridges Academy for 84 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Na'Dra Hennington
Program Representative Email: nhennington@bacr.org
Street Address: 1325 53rd Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Elmhurst Community Prep

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Elmhurst Community Prep for 111 students in grades 6 though 8, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Adrian Cabezas
Program Representative Email: acabezas@bacr.org
Street Address: 1800 98th Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Emerson Elementary

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Emerson Elementary for 84 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Na'Dra Hennington
Program Representative Email: nhennington@bacr.org
Street Address: 4803 Lawton Ave.,, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Esperanza Elementary

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Esperanza Elementary for 84 students in grades 1-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name John Fuentes
Program Representative Email: john.fuentes@bacr.org
Street Address: 10315 E St.,, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Fred T. Korematsu Discovery Academy

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Fred T. Korematsu Discovery Academy for 90 students in grades 1-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills and work in teams, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name John Fuentes
Program Representative Email: john.fuentes@bacr.org
Street Address: 10315 E St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Futures Elementary

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Futures Elementary for 84 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Marisa Ramirez
Program Representative Email: mramirez@bacr.org
Street Address: 3219 Pierce Street, Richmond, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Global Family

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Global Family for 84 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Na'Dra Hennington
Program Representative Email: nhennington@bacr.org
Street Address: 2035 40th Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Grass Valley Elementary

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Grass Valley Elementary for 84 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Gabrielle Guinea
Program Representative Email: gguinea@bacr.org
Street Address: 4720 Dunkirk Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Greenleaf Elementary

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Greenleaf Elementary for 84 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Adrian Cabezas
Program Representative Email: acabezas@bacr.org
Street Address: 6328 E. 17th St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Hoover Elementary

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Hoover Elementary for 90 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Gabrielle Guinea
Program Representative Email: gguinea@bacr.org
Street Address: 890 Brockhurst St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Howard Elementary

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Howard Elementary for 84 students in grades 1-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name John Fuentes
Program Representative Email: john.fuentes@bacr.org
Street Address: 8755 Fontaine St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Lafayette Elementary

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Lafayette Elementary for 90 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Gabrielle Guinea
Program Representative Email: gguinea@bacr.org
Street Address: 1700 Market St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Madison Park Academy

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Madison Park Academy for 84 students in grades 6 though 9, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Na'Dra Hennington
Program Representative Email: nhennington@bacr.org
Street Address: 400 Capistrano Dr., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Markham Elementary

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Markham Elementary for 90 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Na'Dra Hennington
Program Representative Email: nhennington@bacr.org
Street Address: 7220 Krause Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary for 90 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe, connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Gabrielle Guinea
Program Representative Email: gguinea@bacr.org
Street Address: 960 10th St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

PLACE at Prescott

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at PLACE at Prescott for 111 students in grades K-5, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Gabrielle Guinea
Program Representative Email: gguinea@bacr.org
Street Address: 920 Campbell St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Sankofa Academy

BACR will provide comprehensive, high quality after school services at Sankofa Academy for 111 students in grades K-8, provided at the school site, 5 days/week, every school day during the year. Students will receive targeted academic assistance to address their struggles in English and Math; enrichment activities that challenge them to build skills, work in teams, challenge themselves, and gain exposure to arts, science and culture, health and fitness; and social emotional learning built into all activities so that students feel safe and connected and form caring relationships.

Program Website: www.bacr.org
Program Representative Name Adrian Cabezas
Program Representative Email: acabezas@bacr.org
Street Address: 581 61st St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Roots International Academy

CS at Roots will serve 130 students, grades 6-8. The program enrolls all interested students regardless of gender, SES, SPED status, and supports ELLs. CS at Roots provides an extended day program and academic, SEL, and experiential learning after school. Program is held on campus as well as off-site. The supplemental grant supports intensive 8th grade mentoring, our "8th Grade Academy," to prepare students for and support them through the transition to high school with a college-preparatory focus.

Program Website: http://www.citizenschools.org/california/
Program Representative Name Megan Henry
Program Representative Email: meganhenry@citizenschools.org
Street Address: 1390 66th Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Westlake Middle School

Eagle Village's After School Program has been in operation since 2001 at Westlake Middle School. With the support of staff, credentialed teachers, and many local partners, ASP provides comprehensive academic and enrichment programming, including homework support, tutoring, sports and physical fitness, science and math enrichment activities, music, arts, and college and career exploration. ASP is open to all Westlake students and is designed to improve students' academic performance, improve attendance, minimize problem behaviors, and ensure a safe place for students during after school hours.

Program Website: www.evccyfs.org
Program Representative Name Hang Nguyen
Program Representative Email: hangnguyen@evccyfs.org
Street Address: 2629 Harrison Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Achieve Academy Afterschool Program

EBAC will work with Achieve Academy to provide a high quality afterschool program to 100 children. EBAC will provide a safe environment and support the students by connecting them with caring adults and their peers, providing academic support and enrichment classes, and building confidence, self-esteem and leadership skills. The program will operate 5 days a week from 1:00 pm-6 pm on Wednesday and from 3:00 pm-6 pm on the other weekdays. All students will receive academics, homework help, enrichment, snack, and recess daily.

Program Website: www.ebac.org
Program Representative Name Reka Lal
Program Representative Email: reka@ebac.org
Street Address: 1700 28th Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

RISE Community School

EBAC will be the new lead agency at RISE Community School’s Afterschool Program beginning in the 2016-17 school year, serving 100 children. EBAC’s strength is providing academic and enrichment opportunities through quality youth development programming that promotes the developmental experiences children need to thrive and grow into healthy adulthood.

Program Website: www.ebac.org
Program Representative Name Reka Lal
Program Representative Email: reka@ebac.org
Street Address: 8521 A Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Expanded Learning @ Bella Vista

Expanded Learning @ Bella Vista is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ Bella Vista serves 80 students who attend Bella Vista Elementary School. This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Rana Lau
Program Representative Email: rana@ebayc.org
Street Address: 1025 E.28th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Expanded Learning @ Cleveland

Expanded Learning @ Cleveland is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ Cleveland serves 80 students who attend Cleveland Elementary School. This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Michael Vista
Program Representative Email: mike@ebayc.org
Street Address: 745 Cleveland Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Expanded Learning @ Edna Brewer

Expanded Learning @ Edna Brewer is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ Edna Brewer serves 170 students who attend Edna Brewer Middle School. This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Jimmy Lee
Program Representative Email: jimmy@ebayc.org
Street Address: 3748 13th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Expanded Learning @ Franklin

Expanded Learning @ Franklin is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ Franklin serves 120 students who attend Franklin Elementary School. This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Sophia Wu
Program Representative Email: sophia@ebayc.org
Street Address: 915 Foothill Boulevard, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Frick Middle School

Expanded Learning @ Frick is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ Frick serves 90 students who attend Frick Middle School. This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Nidia Ambriz
Program Representative Email: nidia@ebayc.org
Street Address: 2845 64th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Expanded Learning @ Garfield

Expanded Learning @ Garfield is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ Garfield serves 160 students who attend Garfield Elementary School. This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Nikita Williams
Program Representative Email: nikita@ebayc.org
Street Address: 1640 22nd Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Expanded Learning @ La Escuelita

Expanded Learning @ La Escuelita is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ La Escuelita serves 80 students who attend La Escuelita K-8 School. This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Marisela DeAnda
Program Representative Email: annamarisela@ebayc.org
Street Address: 1050 Second Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Expanded Learning @ Lincoln

Expanded Learning @ Lincoln is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ Lincoln serves 140 students who attend Lincoln Elementary School. This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Lily Chuong
Program Representative Email: lily@ebayc.org
Street Address: 225 11th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Expanded Learning @ Manzanita

Expanded Learning @ Manzanita is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ Manzanita serves 80 students who attend Manzanita Community School. This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Juan Campos
Program Representative Email: juan@ebayc.org
Street Address: 2409 E.27th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Expanded Learning @ Roosevelt

Expanded Learning @ Roosevelt is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ Roosevelt serves 170 students who attend Roosevelt Middle School. This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Cynthia Phan
Program Representative Email: Cphan@ebayc.org
Street Address: 1926 19th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Expanded Learning @ Urban Promise

Expanded Learning @ Urban Promise is an after-school learning program dedicated to fostering a college-going culture with all students and their families. Expanded Learning @ Urban Promise serves 110 students who attend Urban Promise Academy (middle school). This program operates 177 days a year, 3 hours each day, and provides all students a diverse menu of learning activities, including academic support, enrichment education, college-going culture activities, and parent engagement.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name Freddy Mesa
Program Representative Email: freddy@ebayc.org
Street Address: 3031 E.18th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Acorn Woodland After School Program

The ACORN Woodland Elementary Afterschool Program will provide a safe, supportive afterschool program for 130 low-income students from this high-need East Oakland neighborhood. The youth development-based program design will address students’ academic and enrichment needs while promoting better attendance in school. Academic support will include literacy, homework help, academic enrichment, and support for English Language Learners, all linked to school-day programming. Enrichment activities will include sports, fitness, STEM, visual/performing arts, and educational garden-based activities.

Program Website: www.girlsinc-alameda.org
Program Representative Name Danielle Waters
Program Representative Email: dwaters@girlsinc-alameda.org
Street Address: 1025 81st Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Allendale ASP

The Allendale Elementary Afterschool Program will provide a safe, supportive afterschool program for 108 low-income students from this high-need Oakland neighborhood. The youth development-based program design will address students’ academic and enrichment needs while promoting better attendance in school. Academic support will include literacy, homework help, academic enrichment, and support for English Language Learners, all linked to school-day programming. Enrichment activities will include sports, fitness, STEM, visual/performing arts, and educational garden-based activities

Program Website: www.girlsinc-alameda.org
Program Representative Name Kourtney Andrada
Program Representative Email: kandrada@girlsinc-alameda.org
Street Address: 3670 Penniman Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

East Oakland Pride ASP

The East Oakland Pride Elementary ASP will provide a safe, supportive afterschool program for 108 low-income students from this high-need East Oakland neighborhood. The youth development-based program design will address students’ academic and enrichment needs, while promoting better attendance in school. Academic support will include literacy, homework help, academic enrichment, and support for English Language Learners, all linked to school-day programming. Enrichment activities will include sports, fitness, STEM, visual/performing arts, and educational garden-based activities.

Program Website: www.girlsinc-alameda.org
Program Representative Name Kourtney Andrada
Program Representative Email: kandrada@girlsinc-alameda.org
Street Address: 8000 Birch St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Horace Mann ASP

The Horace Mann Elementary Afterschool Program will provide a safe, supportive afterschool program for 115 low-income students from this high-need East Oakland neighborhood. The youth development-based program design will address students’ academic and enrichment needs, while promoting better attendance in school. Academic support will include literacy, homework help, academic enrichment, and support for English Language Learners, all linked to school-day programming. Enrichment activities will include sports, fitness, STEM, visual/performing arts, and educational garden-based activities.

Program Website: www.girlsinc-alameda.org
Program Representative Name Kourtney Andrada
Program Representative Email: kandrada@girlsinc-alameda.org
Street Address: 5222 Ygnacio Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Reach ASP

The Reach Elementary Afterschool Program will provide a safe, supportive afterschool program for 108 low-income students from this high-need East Oakland neighborhood. The youth development-based program design will address students’ academic and enrichment needs, while promoting better attendance in school. Academic support will include literacy, homework help, academic enrichment, and support for English Language Learners, all linked to school-day programming. Enrichment activities will include sports, fitness, STEM, visual/performing arts, and educational garden-based activities.

Program Website: www.girlsinc-alameda.org
Program Representative Name Danielle Waters
Program Representative Email: dwaters@girlsinc-alameda.org
Street Address: 9860 Sunnyside St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Brookfield Village Elementary School

HGNDC in partnership with Brookfield Village Elementary School will support the site’s greater community school vision by providing the comprehensive Lions Roar ASP that builds a learning community that uses STEAM methodologies to expose students to relevant learning experiences that build on their islands of competency. The program will also offer a well-rounded enrichment experience through Visual/Performing Arts, Health and Wellness and Community Service/Service Learning activities. The program will operate for a minimum of 180 days from the end of school through at least 6:00 pm.

Program Website: www.highergroundndc.com
Program Representative Name Raymond Marinelli
Program Representative Email: raymond.marinelli@yahoo.com
Street Address: 6441 Herzog Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Madison Park Academy - Lower Campus

HGNDC in partnership with Madison Park Academy Lower Campus will facilitate a comprehensive afterschool program that provides academic support, enrichment opportunities in the areas of visual and Performing Arts, Health and Wellness, and Community Service/Service Learning. The program will also offer monthly family engagement activities as well as fieldtrips. The program will operate every day from the close of school to at least 6:00pm for at least 180 days and serve at least 100 unduplicated K-5th grade students.

Program Website: ww.highergroundndc.com
Program Representative Name Raymond Marinelli
Program Representative Email: raymond.marineilli@yahoo.com
Street Address: 6441 Herzog Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

New Highland Elementary School

HGNDC in partnership with New Highland Academy Elementary School will move the site’s community school vision forward by providing daily, high quality, comprehensive after school and family programming to 100 children for at least 180 days from the end of school through at least 6:00pm. The program will support mastery of scaffolding skills such as critical thinking and problem solving in both language arts and mathematics as well as offer robust enrichment programming in the areas of visual and performing arts, health and wellness, community service and service learning classes.

Program Website: www.highergroundndc.com
Program Representative Name Raymond Marinelli
Program Representative Email: raymond.marinelli@yahoo.com
Street Address: 6441 Herzog Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Parker Elementary School

HGNDC will work with Parker K-8 School to facilitate a comprehensive elementary and middle school program with targeted academic support in the areas of literacy and mathematics. The ASP will offer visual and performing arts programming, Health and Wellness activities that include general rec, organized and competitive sports, gardening, cooking and nutrition classes and community service and service learning projects. There will also be monthly family activities and fieldtrips. The program will operate every day from the close of school to at least 6:00pm for at least 180 days.

Program Website: www.highergroundndc.com
Program Representative Name Raymond Marinellil
Program Representative Email: raymond.marinelli@yahoo.com
Street Address: 6441 Herzog Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Lighthouse Community Charter School

The Safe Harbor After School Program at the Lighthouse Community Charter School will offer about 60,000 units of service to 200 unduplicated K - 8 students, ages 5 - 14, and their families through a comprehensive, school-based after school program offered free of charge in East Oakland. In alignment with the school's mission to prepare students for college and a career of choice, the program was developed in partnership by school administration and after school staff with student input and is squarely aimed at optimizing students' academic, social, emotional and physical growth and health.

Program Website: www.lighthousecharter.org
Program Representative Name Tshilumba Kabongo
Program Representative Email: tshilumba.kabongo@lighthousecharter.org
Street Address: 6441 Herzog Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

ASCEND After-School Program

Oakland Leaf After-School Program at ASCEND is a free program providing academic, enrichment, and recreation classes 5 days per week, August through June, for 177 days. The program serves 112 students grades K-8 daily. The after-school community reflects the demographics of the school: 94% Latino, 92% FRL and 60% ELL. Oakland Leaf ASP provides culturally relevant project-based classes with an emphasis on the arts, student identity and social justice. We provide students with limited economic resources opportunities to achieve academic success and develop into thoughtful, creative citizens.

Program Website: www.oaklandleaf.org
Program Representative Name Johanna Masis
Program Representative Email: johanna.masis@oaklandleaf.org
Street Address: 3709 E. 12th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Bret Harte After-School Program

Oakland Leaf After-School Program at Bret Harte is a free program providing academic, enrichment, and recreation classes 5 days per week, August through June, for 177 days. The program serves 160 students daily. The after-school community reflects the demographics of the school: 37% AA, 31% Latino, 16% Asian and 86% FRL. Oakland Leaf ASP provides culturally relevant project-based classes with an emphasis on the arts, student identity and social justice. We provide students with limited economic resources opportunities to achieve academic success and develop into thoughtful, creative citizens.

Program Website: www.oaklandleaf.org
Program Representative Name Johanna Masis
Program Representative Email: johanna.masis@oaklandleaf.org
Street Address: 3700 Coolidge Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

EnCompass After-School Program (ASP)

Oakland Leaf After-School Program at EnCompass Academy is a free program providing academic, enrichment, and recreation classes 5 days per week, August through June, for 177 days. The program serves 120 students daily. The after-school community reflects the demographics of the school: 72% Latino, 90% FRL; 61% ELL. Oakland Leaf ASP provides culturally relevant project-based classes with an emphasis on the arts, student identity and social justice. We provide students with limited economic resources opportunities to achieve academic success and develop into thoughtful, creative citizens.

Program Website: www.oaklandleaf.org
Program Representative Name Johanna Masis
Program Representative Email: johanna.masis@oaklandleaf.org
Street Address: 1025 81st Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

International Community School After-School Program

Oakland Leaf After-School Program at ICS is a free program providing academic, enrichment, and recreation classes 5 days per week, August through June, for 177 days. The program serves 90 students daily. The after-school community reflects the demographics of the school: 90% Latino, 3% African American; 95% FRL; 75% ELL. Oakland Leaf ASP provides culturally relevant project-based classes with an emphasis on the arts, student identity and social justice. We provide students with limited economic resources opportunities to achieve academic success and develop into thoughtful, creative citizens.

Program Website: oaklandleaf.org
Program Representative Name Johanna Masis
Program Representative Email: johanna.masis@oaklandleaf.org
Street Address: 2825 International Blvd., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Learning Without Limits After-School Program

Oakland Leaf After-School Program at Learning Without Limits provides academic, enrichment, and recreation classes 5 days per week, August through June, for 177 days. The program serves 85 students daily. The program reflects the demographics of the school: 65% Latino, 17% African American, 11% Asian; 94% FRL; 55% ELL. Oakland Leaf ASP provides culturally relevant project-based classes with an emphasis on the arts, student identity and social justice. We provide students with limited economic resources opportunities to achieve academic success and develop into thoughtful, creative citizens.

Program Website: oaklandleaf.org
Program Representative Name Johanna Masis
Program Representative Email: johanna.masis@oaklandleaf.org
Street Address: 7700 Edgewater Drive, Suite 818, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Think College Now After-School Program

Oakland Leaf After-School Program at TCN is a free program providing academic, enrichment, and recreation classes 5 days per week, August through June, for 177 days. The program serves 90 students daily. The after-school community reflects the demographics of the school: 80% Latino, 12% African American; 90% FRL; 58% ELL. Oakland Leaf ASP provides culturally relevant project-based classes with an emphasis on the arts, student identity and social justice. We provide students with limited economic resources opportunities to achieve academic success and develop into thoughtful, creative citizens.

Program Website: oaklandleaf.org
Program Representative Name Johanna Masis
Program Representative Email: johanna.masis@oaklandleaf.org
Street Address: 2825 International Blvd., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

CCPA After School Program

The CCPA After School Program supports CCPA's delivery of a high quality, college prep education for historically underserved students in East Oakland. In alignment with the school vision, the program will meet the unique needs of students, capitalize on their passion, connect their learning to the real world, and require students to demonstrate what they learn. To achieve this vision, the program provides academic support, sports, enrichment opportunities, and youth leadership development for all students. All services are implemented collaboratively with students and families.

Program Website: www.safepassages.org
Program Representative Name Robert Campbell
Program Representative Email: rcampbell@safepassages.org
Street Address: 1390 66th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Communities United Elementary School (CUES) After School Program (ASP)

CUES ASP supports the delivery of high quality developmentally appropriate academic and enrichment activities for historically underserved elementary students in East Oakland. In alignment with the regular school day, the program will provide academic and enrichment activities that will help build a strong foundation for on-going student engagement and success. Program activities include: STEM, literacy development, gardening, nutrition, community building, sports, and recreation, with an emphasis on gender programming for 4th and 5th graders. The program will serve 98, 1st - 5th grade

Program Website: www.safepassages.org
Program Representative Name Zoey Alexander
Program Representative Email: zalexander@safepassages.org
Street Address: 6701 International Blvd., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

United For Success Academy (UFSA)

The UFSA after School Program is aligned with the UFSA vision of providing all students with opportunities to succeed academically and in life. The program promotes the ideals of youth development and social justice. Academic support, mentoring, sports, enrichment, youth leadership development and family support services are provided as part of an integrated extended day program at UFSA. All services are provided with a high level of cultural and linguistic competency by a diverse staff committed to collaborating with students, family and partners to support the school community.

Program Website: www.safepassages.org
Program Representative Name Heivaha Mafi
Program Representative Email: hvaha@safepassages.org
Street Address: 2101 35th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

STRIDE After School Program at Carl B.Munck

SFBAC, Learning for Life (lfl) serves as the Lead Agency at Carl B. Munck and implements STRIDE (Students and Teachers Reaching Infinite Dreams Through Education) as a comprehensive program serving 120 students daily with small-group academic support aligned with in-school learning objectives and a diverse menu of skill-building enrichment activities. Staff will use some elements of the positive youth development, researched-based model of National Learning for Life to implement the program. The program leadership team includes the coordinator, principal, academic liaison, agency director.

Program Website: www.sfbac.org/lfl
Program Representative Name Sharon Rhone
Program Representative Email: sharon.rhone@lflmail.org
Street Address: 11900 Campus Drive, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Fruitvale ASP

SFBAC, Learning for Life (lfl) serves as the Lead Agency at Fruitvale Elementary and implements Fruitvale ASP as a comprehensive program serving 100 students daily with small-group academic support aligned with in-school learning objectives and a diverse menu of skill-building enrichment activities. Staff will use some elements of the positive youth development, researched-based model of National Learning for Life to implement the program using an asset-based approach. The program leadership team includes the site coordinator, principal, academic liaison and agency director.

Program Website: www.sfbac.org/lfl
Program Representative Name Sharon Rhone
Program Representative Email: sharon.rhone@lflmail.org
Street Address: 3200 Boston Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Laurel Community Partnership Academy

SFBAC, Learning for Life (lfl) serves as the Lead Agency at Laurel Elementary and implements a comprehensive program serving 84 2nd grade through 5th grade students daily with small-group academic support aligned with in-school learning objectives and a diverse menu of skill-building enrichment activities. Staff will use some elements of the positive youth development research-based model of National Learning for Life to implement the program using an asset-based approach. The inclusive program leadership team includes the site coordinator, principal, academic liaison and agency director.

Program Website: www.sfbac.org/lfl
Program Representative Name Sharon Rhone
Program Representative Email: sharon.rhone@lflmail.org
Street Address: 3750 Brown Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

SEED After School Program

SFBAC, Learning for Life (lfl) serves as the Lead Agency and implements a comprehensive program at Manzanita SEED Elementary, serving 150 students daily with small-group academic support aligned with in-school learning objectives and a diverse menu of skill-building enrichment activities. Staff will use the positive youth development, research-based model of National Learning for Life to implement the program using an asset-based approach. The program leadership team includes the site coordinator, principal, academic liaison and agency director.

Program Website: www.sfbac.org/lfl
Program Representative Name Sharon Rhone
Program Representative Email: sharon.rhone@lflmail.org
Street Address: 2409 E. 27th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Ujimaa After-School Program

The Ujimaa After-School Program (UASP) will provide comprehensive services to boost the esteem of children through academically, culturallly, and kinesthetically charged activities. Maximum groups of 20 children will be paired with a loving After-School Educator who will strive to nurture each child's needs. The UASP will also provide much exposure to children by offering field trips to each grade level to local colleges and natural environments which will be reinforced with literature and career days. Electing students will also participate in a series of organized sports.

Program Website: www.ujimaafoundation.org
Program Representative Name TBD TBD
Program Representative Email: TBD
Street Address: 835 Isabella St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

Piedmont Avenue Elementary School

The Piedmont After School Program will engage students in a daily menu of enriching learning experiences that both support the school’s priorities for student academic and social-emotional learning and utilize the YMCA's STREAMS (Science Technology Reading Engineering Art Math & Sports) program model as a vehicle for place based learning. The program will combine daily academic support with a variety of hands-on enrichment and youth leadership development activities. It will be integrated into the school community to support students and families.

Program Website: http://ymca-cba.org/
Program Representative Name Tariq Norris
Program Representative Email: tnorris@ymcaeastbay.org
Street Address: 4314 Piedmont Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

West Oakland Middle School (WOMS)

The WOMS After School Program will engage students in a daily menu of enriching learning experiences that both support the school’s priorities for student academic and social-emotional learning and utilize the YMCA's STREAMS (Science Technology Reading Engineering Art Math & Sports) program model as a vehicle for place based learning. The program will combine daily academic support with a variety of hands-on enrichment and youth leadership development activities. It will be integrated into the school community to support students and families.

Program Website: http://ymca-cba.org/
Program Representative Name Tariq Norris
Program Representative Email: tnorris@ymcaeastbay.org
Street Address: 991 14th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: School-based after school programming for elementary and middle school

DreamCatcher Youth Services

DreamCatcher will provide trauma-informed, positive youth development activities to 150 unaccompanied minors, LGBTQ youth, boys of color and youth exposed to violence including trafficking and homelessness at a neutral downtown Oakland site. Peer leadership, youth advisory groups, healthy relationship groups, mental health support will empower youth ages 13-18 to develop leadership skills, safe and supportive relationships with adults and peers and develop new skills. Year-round access to these services will provide meaningful opportunities for involvement and promote healthy development.

Program Website: dreamcatcheryouthservices.com
Program Representative Name Amba Johnson
Program Representative Email: ajohnson@alamedafs.org
Street Address: 2325 Clement St Suite A, Alameda, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Youth Development Leadership Communities (YDLC)

Youth Development Leadership Communities (YDLC) empowers 745 high school students annually at McClymonds, Life Academy, and Alternatives in Action High School through comprehensive services and trauma-informed supports that engage youth as peer leaders, tutors, mentors & social change agents for their schools and communities. YDLC’s year-round, asset-based program is led by a strong collaborative, including Alternatives in Action, East Bay Consortium, Native American Health Center, Student Program 4 Academic & Athletic Transitioning, My Path, and school administrators, staff & families.

Program Website: www.alternativesinaction.org
Program Representative Name Shawn Koval
Program Representative Email: skoval@alternativesinaction.org
Street Address: 2101 35th Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Youth Development Leadership Communities (YDLC)

Youth Development Leadership Communities (YDLC) empowers 745 high school students annually at McClymonds, Life Academy, and Alternatives in Action High School through comprehensive services and trauma-informed supports that engage youth as peer leaders, tutors, mentors & social change agents for their schools and communities. YDLC’s year-round, asset-based program is led by a strong collaborative, including Alternatives in Action, East Bay Consortium, Native American Health Center, Student Program 4 Academic & Athletic Transitioning, My Path, and school administrators, staff & families.

Program Website: www.alternativesinaction.org
Program Representative Name Shawn Koval
Program Representative Email: skoval@alternativesinaction.org
Street Address: 2607 Myrtle Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Culture Keepers

Culture Keepers (CK), a program of the American Indian Child Resource Center, a welcoming cultural center located in District 3, will serve 30 American Indian/Alaska Native youth grades 6-12. CK will provide after-school, culturally-focused activities that develop new skills and meaningful opportunities. CK will empower our youth to develop positive leadership skills and healthy lifestyles through active community engagement and involvement in cultural life skills activities, arts, events, academic support, physical activities, youth-led projects and culturally-focused therapeutic services.

Program Website: http://aicrc.org/indian-education-center/
Program Representative Name Erick Alemán
Program Representative Email: erick@aicrc.org
Street Address: 522 Grand Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

AYPAL: Building API Community Power

AYPAL is a leadership development, community organizing and coalition building organization that seeks to create healthy, safe, and thriving communities. AYPAL’s mission is to empower Oakland’s low-income Asian & Pacific Islander immigrant and refugee families to be leaders for school reform and neighborhood change. AYPAL's approach to youth development and empowerment includes Leadership Skills Development, Youth Civic Engagement, and Cultural Arts Activism. AYPAL has been in existence for 18 years serving hundreds of high school youth in Oakland living in high-priority neighborhoods.

Program Website: www.aypal.org
Program Representative Name Joshua Fisher
Program Representative Email: joshua@aypal.org
Street Address: 1238 Harrison Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

West Oakland Legacy and Leadership Project

The West Oakland Legacy and Leadership Project will provide culturally relevant arts integration programming, with an emphasis on STEM, to support leadership development for West Oakland youth. Integrating the arts, environmental awareness, and community advocacy, the three year program gives students deeper awareness of their history and the land they live on, and encourages them to express that awareness through art. Attitudinal Healing Connection is the lead organization, in collaboration with West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project and City Slicker Farms.

Program Website: www.ahc-oakland.org
Program Representative Name Erica Wheeler-Dubin
Program Representative Email: artesteem@ahc-oakland.org
Street Address: 3278 West Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Girls Rock Summer Camp & Girls Rock After School Program (GRASP)

Bay Area Girls Rock Camp will serve 99 girls annually via its Girls Rock Summer Camps and Girls Rock After School Program. In both programs, girls age 8-18 receive intensive instrument instruction, form a band, write an original song, and perform in a culminating concert. Our outcomes are to build girls’ confidence and develop their musical abilities in a collaborative environment; help girls build life skills such as motivation, leadership, and resiliency; and broaden their view of their options in music by providing mentorship from female musicians and celebrating women’s musical heritage.

Program Website: www.bayareagirlsrockcamp.org
Program Representative Name Shawna Scroggins
Program Representative Email: shawna@bayareagirlsrockcamp.org
Street Address: 530 18th St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Girls Rock Summer Camp & Girls Rock After School Program (GRASP)

Bay Area Girls Rock Camp will serve 99 girls annually via its Girls Rock Summer Camps and Girls Rock After School Program. In both programs, girls age 8-18 receive intensive instrument instruction, form a band, write an original song, and perform in a culminating concert. Our outcomes are to build girls’ confidence and develop their musical abilities in a collaborative environment; help girls build life skills such as motivation, leadership, and resiliency; and broaden their view of their options in music by providing mentorship from female musicians and celebrating women’s musical heritage.

Program Website: www.bayareagirlsrockcamp.org
Program Representative Name Shawna Scroggins
Program Representative Email: shawna@bayareagirlsrockcamp.org
Street Address: 1428 Alice St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Girls Rock Summer Camp & Girls Rock After School Program (GRASP)

Bay Area Girls Rock Camp will serve 99 girls annually via its Girls Rock Summer Camps and Girls Rock After School Program. In both programs, girls age 8-18 receive intensive instrument instruction, form a band, write an original song, and perform in a culminating concert. Our outcomes are to build girls’ confidence and develop their musical abilities in a collaborative environment; help girls build life skills such as motivation, leadership, and resiliency; and broaden their view of their options in music by providing mentorship from female musicians and celebrating women’s musical heritage.

Program Website: www.bayareagirlsrockcamp.org
Program Representative Name Shawna Scroggins
Program Representative Email: shawna@bayareagirlsrockcamp.org
Street Address: 579 18th St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Sports & Recreation for Youth with Disabilities

BORP will provide after school and weekend sports and recreation programming for 45 Oakland youth with physical disabilities and visual impairments ages 5-20. Key activities are wheelchair basketball at James Kenney gym, adaptive cycling at Aquatic Park, sled hockey at Oakland Ice Center and outdoor recreation at local parks. Transportation, outreach, and family engagement are included components. Through a variety of challenging activities, youth with disabilities will stay active and healthy, develop new skills, increase self-confidence and form caring relationships with peers and adults.

Program Website: www.borp.org
Program Representative Name Julie Yates
Program Representative Email: jay@borp.org
Street Address: 1720 Eighth St, Berkeley, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Sports & Recreation for Youth with Disabilities

BORP will provide after school and weekend sports and recreation programming for 45 Oakland youth with physical disabilities and visual impairments ages 5-20. Key activities are wheelchair basketball at James Kenney gym, adaptive cycling at Aquatic Park, sled hockey at Oakland Ice Center and outdoor recreation at local parks. Transportation, outreach, and family engagement are included components. Through a variety of challenging activities, youth with disabilities will stay active and healthy, develop new skills, increase self-confidence and form caring relationships with peers and adults.

Program Website: www.borp.org
Program Representative Name Julie Yates
Program Representative Email: jay@borp.org
Street Address: 80 Bolivar Dr, Berkeley, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Education and Career Development for Oakland Children and Youth

Education and Career Development programs will serve 2,000 students between Jul 1 2016 and Jun 30 2017, ages of 6-17, living in high priority neighborhoods and in need of academic enrichment and remedial support. They will enable youth to become proficient in basic educational disciplines, apply learning to everyday situations, and embrace technology to achieve success in a career. The Outcomes are academic success- more students reading at grade level; higher graduation rates and higher college attendance rates- and transitions to productive adulthood- preparing for college or a career.

Program Website: www.bgcoakland.org
Program Representative Name Magen Clay
Program Representative Email: mclay@bgcoakland.org
Street Address: 3300 High Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Education and Career Development for Oakland Children and Youth

Education and Career Development programs will serve 2,000 students between Jul 1 2016 and Jun 30 2017, ages of 6-17, living in high priority neighborhoods and in need of academic enrichment and remedial support. They will enable youth to become proficient in basic educational disciplines, apply learning to everyday situations, and embrace technology to achieve success in a career. The Outcomes are academic success- more students reading at grade level; higher graduation rates and higher college attendance rates- and transitions to productive adulthood- preparing for college or a career.

Program Website: www.bgcoakland.org
Program Representative Name Magen Clay
Program Representative Email: mclay@bgcoakland.org
Street Address: 8530 International Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Education and Career Development for Oakland Children and Youth

Education and Career Development programs will serve 2,000 students between Jul 1 2016 and Jun 30 2017, ages of 6-17, living in high priority neighborhoods and in need of academic enrichment and remedial support. They will enable youth to become proficient in basic educational disciplines, apply learning to everyday situations, and embrace technology to achieve success in a career. The Outcomes are academic success- more students reading at grade level; higher graduation rates and higher college attendance rates- and transitions to productive adulthood- preparing for college or a career.

Program Website: www.bgcoakland.org
Program Representative Name Magen Clay
Program Representative Email: mclay@bgcoakland.org
Street Address: 920 24th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Brothers, UNITE!

Brothers, UNITE! will empower 150 low-income Oakland males of color aged 8-17 to be responsible, peaceful and productive. Offered daily at parks in high stress areas for five weeks in summer and one to two times weekly during school year, boys build literacy, life skills and leadership through support from caring male peer and adult mentors. Through cultural ritual, manhood training, media/arts education, fitness, community service and social action, youth develop needed confidence, conflict resolution and coping skills to facilitate success at school, at home and within their communities.

Program Website: www.brothersontherise.org
Program Representative Name Jon Gilgoff
Program Representative Email: jon@brothersontherise.org
Street Address: 3711 Suter St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Brothers, UNITE!

Brothers, UNITE! will empower 150 low-income Oakland males of color aged 8-17 to be responsible, peaceful and productive. Offered daily at parks in high stress areas for five weeks in summer and one to two times weekly during school year, boys build literacy, life skills and leadership through support from caring male peer and adult mentors. Through cultural ritual, manhood training, media/arts education, fitness, community service and social action, youth develop needed confidence, conflict resolution and coping skills to facilitate success at school, at home and within their communities.

Program Website: www.brothersontherise.org
Program Representative Name Jon Gilgoff
Program Representative Email: jon@brothersontherise.org
Street Address: 7701 Krause Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Brothers, UNITE!

Brothers, UNITE! will empower 150 low-income Oakland males of color aged 8-17 to be responsible, peaceful and productive. Offered daily at parks in high stress areas for five weeks in summer and one to two times weekly during school year, boys build literacy, life skills and leadership through support from caring male peer and adult mentors. Through cultural ritual, manhood training, media/arts education, fitness, community service and social action, youth develop needed confidence, conflict resolution and coping skills to facilitate success at school, at home and within their communities.

Program Website: www.brothersontherise.org
Program Representative Name Jon Gilgoff
Program Representative Email: jon@brothersontherise.org
Street Address: 2701 22nd Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Brothers, UNITE!

Brothers, UNITE! will empower 150 low-income Oakland males of color aged 8-17 to be responsible, peaceful and productive. Offered daily at parks in high stress areas for five weeks in summer and one to two times weekly during school year, boys build literacy, life skills and leadership through support from caring male peer and adult mentors. Through cultural ritual, manhood training, media/arts education, fitness, community service and social action, youth develop needed confidence, conflict resolution and coping skills to facilitate success at school, at home and within their communities.

Program Website: www.brothersontherise.org
Program Representative Name Jon Gilgoff
Program Representative Email: jon@brothersontherise.org
Street Address: 1651 Adeline Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Brothers, UNITE!

Brothers, UNITE! will empower 150 low-income Oakland males of color aged 8-17 to be responsible, peaceful and productive. Offered daily at parks in high stress areas for five weeks in summer and one to two times weekly during school year, boys build literacy, life skills and leadership through support from caring male peer and adult mentors. Through cultural ritual, manhood training, media/arts education, fitness, community service and social action, youth develop needed confidence, conflict resolution and coping skills to facilitate success at school, at home and within their communities.

Program Website: www.brothersontherise.org
Program Representative Name Jon Gilgoff
Program Representative Email: jon@brothersontherise.org
Street Address: 5800 International Blvd., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Hack the Hood Bootcamp

This 6-week, full-time intensive experience mimics the work environment of a small web design firm where youth design and build websites for small business clients from their own community. In addition to hands-on learning, youth develop an online portfolio and LinkedIn profile, undergo technical, marketing, and soft skills workshops; portfolio development; career planning; guest speakers; field trips to companies like Google and Facebook; and mentor matching with professionals in the field. This program provide intensive training to 45 youth a year over 3 cohorts.

Program Website: hackthehood.org
Program Representative Name Ricardo Bonilla
Program Representative Email: ricardo@hackthehood.org
Street Address: 314 E. 10th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Chapter 510

In Fall 2016, Chapter 510 will open its youth writing center for low income youth ages 6-18. 200 children and youth will receive free homework assistance, tutoring, creative writing classes, opportunities to publish,perform, and attend summer camp writing workshops. 200 Oakland public school children ages k-5 will attend bookmaking field trips. Chapter 510 serves children who live or attend school in our high stress Downtown Oakland neighborhood. Chapter 510 youth will increase writing skills, gain confidence, strengthen their relationships to adults, and contribute to their communities.

Program Website: www.chapter510.org
Program Representative Name Janet Heller
Program Representative Email: janet@chapter510.org
Street Address: 2301 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Chapter 510

In Fall 2016, Chapter 510 will open its youth writing center for low income youth ages 6-18. 200 children and youth will receive free homework assistance, tutoring, creative writing classes, opportunities to publish,perform, and attend summer camp writing workshops. 200 Oakland public school children ages k-5 will attend bookmaking field trips. Chapter 510 serves children who live or attend school in our high stress Downtown Oakland neighborhood. Chapter 510 youth will increase writing skills, gain confidence, strengthen their relationships to adults, and contribute to their communities.

Program Website: www.chapter510.org
Program Representative Name Janet Heller
Program Representative Email: janet@chapter510.org
Street Address: 2301 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Oakland College Track

College Track is a college completion program that increases high school graduation rates, college eligibility and acceptance, and college graduation rates among low-income students. During the 2015-2016 school year, we will serve 278 high school students at our Oakland center. Our comprehensive programs provide academic and social supports to ensure students graduate high school eligible to attend a 4-year college, leadership development opportunities, and coaching through the college application process. Our students are further supported through college to ensure their graduation.

Program Website: www.collegetrack.org
Program Representative Name Shria Tomlinson
Program Representative Email: shria@collegetrack.org
Street Address: 117 Broadway, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Homies 4 Justice

Homies 4 Justice is a year-round paid internship and community fellowship for 10 young women and 10 young men between the ages of 15-20 who have been exposed to family, community and state violence and are system impacted. The program is designed to provide youth with opportunities for leadership development, cultural awareness, character development, and civic engagement. The curriculum is grounded in la cultura cura and is designed to speak to Latino@, Native American, and youth of color through providing a brave safe place to learn about their cultural heritage, and social change.

Program Website: www.curyj.org
Program Representative Name Marlene Sanchez
Program Representative Email: msanchez@curyj.org
Street Address: 2289 International Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Project WHAT

Led by youth who have had a parent incarcerated, Project WHAT! raises awareness about children with incarcerated parents with the long-term goal of improving services and policies that affect these children. WHAT! stands for We’re Here And Talking, which is exactly what the team is doing. Over 7 million children have a parent on parole, probation, or incarcerated. The program employs young people who have experienced parental incarceration as the primary curriculum content developers and facilitators for trainings.

Program Website: http://communityworkswest.org/programs-2/project-what/
Program Representative Name Matice Moore
Program Representative Email: mmoore@communityworkswest.org
Street Address: 110 Broadway, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Demo project

The project description has been copied over from your 2016-2019 OFCY RFP Proposal. This summary should describe the program in terms of the number served, who will be served (age and other identifying characteristics), with which services, when, where, and for what purpose or outcome.

Program Website: www.cityspan.com
Program Representative Name Eric Adams
Program Representative Email: eric@test.com
Street Address: 156 Third St, Berkeley, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Rites of Passage

Dimensions seeks support from OFCY in 2016-2019 to sustain our Rites of Passage after-school programming. Since 1993, the program has served more than 11,000 youth through dance classes, life skills workshops, cultural appreciation activities, internships and apprenticeships, and study trips. Last year, OFCY funds enabled DDT to provide these activities and services for over 1025 youth aged 8-18 from throughout Oakland, with over 2,400 audience members also served. ROP has been recognized with numerous awards including a Channel 7 Jefferson Award, and the Marcus Foster Foundation Award.

Program Website: www.dimensionsdance.org
Program Representative Name Sonya Tigner
Program Representative Email: dimensionsdance@prodigy.net
Street Address: 1428 Alice Street, #308, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Lion's Pride Program

The Lion’s Pride Program is a comprehensive K-5 after school and summer program in alignment with the OUSD’s Havenscourt Campus that supports youth literacy and academic achievement, while also focusing on youth development, violence prevention and socio-emotional health, STEAM, decreasing school day truancy, and encouraging parental engagement and support. The program also supports teens to be prepared for the workforce and college through our youth employment placement. Lion’s Pride Program serves 100 unduplicated youth.

Program Website: www.ebaldc.org
Program Representative Name Adrienne Smith-White
Program Representative Email: asmithwhite@ebaldc.org
Street Address: 6818 Lion Way, Suite 105, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Smartmoves Education & Enrichment Program

The SmartMoves Education & Enrichment Program provides free access to year-round activities in an after school and summer program, which empowers 600 Oakland youth ages 5-20 annually. Through a 3-pillar approach consisting of education, health and wellness and youth leadership activities; youth are provided a safe and nurturing environment where they can feel secure as they achieve success in school while also learning life skills, developing leadership skills and building on their strengths; with the end goal of becoming healthy, successful, productive members of their community as adults.

Program Website: www.EOBA.org
Program Representative Name Libni Gamez
Program Representative Email: libni@eoba.org
Street Address: 816 98th Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

After School Leadership Academy

EOYDC's After School Leadership Academy (ASLA) develops the leadership, academic, and life skills of students through tutoring, mentoring, instruction, and enrichment. ASLA provides a cascading mentorship model, in which middle school, high school, and college students are trained to coach younger students. An average of 95 to 100 students participate each week; 130 unique students each year. Students living in East Oakland are exposed to risk factors that may impact their ability to learn, concentrate, and perform academically; ASLA integrates Trauma-Informed Care to meet their needs.

Program Website: www.eoydc.org
Program Representative Name Landon Hill
Program Representative Email: landon@eoydc.org
Street Address: 8200 International Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

First Steps Community Resource Center

Located in downtown Oakland, the First Steps Community Resource Center delivers comprehensive support and intervention for transition-age foster and homeless youth. Operating year-round, First Steps serves at least 450 at-risk youth, ages 16 to 20, annually. Directly and in partnership with a network of Oakland providers, First Steps promotes self-sufficiency, well-being, and healthy living through workshops and individual interventions. First Steps welcomes all Oakland youth and provides targeted education and employment support to reengage disconnected and opportunity youth.

Program Website: www.firstplaceforyouth.org
Program Representative Name Emily Jensen
Program Representative Email: Ejensen@firstplaceforyouth.org
Street Address: 426 17th Street, Suite 100, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

FLY Law and Leadership Program

Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY) requests OFCY funding through the Youth Development and Empowerment strategy to provide our innovative Law and Leadership Program model to at-risk youth ages 14-18 in Oakland’s high-need schools. FLY proposes to provide a 12-week Law Program to 50 Oakland youth. After the Law Program, 10 youth in greatest need of support will enter our Leadership Program, receiving intensive case management and leadership training. Full model outcomes: 70% of youth will not sustain a new charge during the program year; 60-80% of high school seniors will earn their diploma/GED.

Program Website: www.flyprogram.org
Program Representative Name Jamela Joseph
Program Representative Email: jamela@flyprogram.org
Street Address: 333 Hegenberger Road, Suite 707, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Leadership in Diversity

HIFY will provide weekly after-school leadership development for LGBTQ and ally youth. These Diversity Clubs and/or Queer Empowerment Clubs depending on the school culture, will engage a small but consistent number of youth in emotionally supportive and empowering leadership development programming, including learning about queer history, developing self-care skills, developing leadership skills, and organizing schoolwide events. The program will also include periodic events that bring together youth from different Oakland schools.

Program Website: www.hify.org
Program Representative Name Alexander Cotton
Program Representative Email: cotton@hi4youth.org
Street Address: 1684 7th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Youth Brigade

Youth Brigade (YB) engages high school youth at risk of violence, crime or gang involvement in a culturally relevant year-round peer leadership and violence prevention program. Through weekly youth development trainings at La Clinica’s Fruitvale site, 30 peer educators annually build leadership skills to facilitate violence prevention activities in community-based settings, supporting peers in healthy decision-making and conflict resolution. YB culminates with youth-led community actions, engaging 500 peers, families and residents in arts and cultural events to promote community safety.

Program Website: N/A
Program Representative Name Claudia Rodriguez-Briones
Program Representative Email: cbriones@laclinica.org
Street Address: 1450 Fruitvale Avenue, 3rd Floor, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Preparatory Studies in Music

OPC Preparatory Studies in Music serves ages 7-20. Includes: group & private lessons, workshops, master classes, performance opportunities, access to instruments, opportunities to make friends among a diverse group of students, opportunities to perform in a variety of venues throughout the Bay Area. Curriculum has four levels of study from beginner to pre-professional, a Summer Music Academy, Teen Mentorship, pre-professional teaching and performance training. A culturally-responsive-curriculum grounded in indigenous teaching styles combined with the National Standards for Music Education.

Program Website: opcmusic.org
Program Representative Name Angela Wellman
Program Representative Email: awellman@opcmusic.org
Street Address: 1390 66th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Preparatory Studies in Music

OPC Preparatory Studies in Music serves ages 7-20. Includes: group & private lessons, workshops, master classes, performance opportunities, access to instruments, opportunities to make friends among a diverse group of students, opportunities to perform in a variety of venues throughout the Bay Area. Curriculum has four levels of study from beginner to pre-professional, a Summer Music Academy, Teen Mentorship, pre-professional teaching and performance training. A culturally-responsive-curriculum grounded in indigenous teaching styles combined with the National Standards for Music Education.

Program Website: opcmusic.org
Program Representative Name Angela Wellman
Program Representative Email: awellman@opcmusic.org
Street Address: 8200 International Blve, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Indigenous Youth Voices

Indigenous Youth Voices in Oakland’s Fruitvale District is an inclusive program aimed at youth ages 10 – 20 and serving 30 - 200 participants annually. Preventative, strength based youth development is garnered through enriching activities using athletics, case management, leadership development, cultural arts, educational support, school-based services, community service projects, and an after-school drop-in center. Our focus is a culturally competent, holistic model of wellbeing in a safe and supportive environment. Family and community involvement is integral to our programmatic goals.

Program Website: www.nativehealth.org
Program Representative Name Crystal Salas
Program Representative Email: crystals@nativehealth.org
Street Address: 3124 International Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

REAL HARD Youth Leadership Program

REAL HARD (Representing Educated Active Students Having A Righteous Dream) is a strengths-based, after-school youth leadership program that has spent the past 15 years empowerin high school age youth to improve school culture and safety. RH trains 60 nontraditional youth leaders to engage 2,000 of their peers annually in a Code of Respect campaign, to establish shared values and decrease campus violence and suspensions for the most at-risk students at Oakland Technical, Castlemont and Oakland High. RH’s model reconnects marginalized students to their education, by empowering them to change it.

Program Website: www.kidsfirstoakland.org
Program Representative Name Lukas Brekke-Miesner
Program Representative Email: lukas@kidsfirstoakland.org
Street Address: 8601 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

REAL HARD Youth Leadership Program

REAL HARD (Representing Educated Active Students Having A Righteous Dream) is a strengths-based, after-school youth leadership program that has spent the past 15 years empowerin high school age youth to improve school culture and safety. RH trains 60 nontraditional youth leaders to engage 2,000 of their peers annually in a Code of Respect campaign, to establish shared values and decrease campus violence and suspensions for the most at-risk students at Oakland Technical, Castlemont and Oakland High. RH’s model reconnects marginalized students to their education, by empowering them to change it.

Program Website: www.kidsfirstoakland.org
Program Representative Name Lukas Brekke-Miesner
Program Representative Email: lukas@kidsfirstoakland.org
Street Address: 1023 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

REAL HARD Youth Leadership Program

REAL HARD (Representing Educated Active Students Having A Righteous Dream) is a strengths-based, after-school youth leadership program that has spent the past 15 years empowerin high school age youth to improve school culture and safety. RH trains 60 nontraditional youth leaders to engage 2,000 of their peers annually in a Code of Respect campaign, to establish shared values and decrease campus violence and suspensions for the most at-risk students at Oakland Technical, Castlemont and Oakland High. RH’s model reconnects marginalized students to their education, by empowering them to change it.

Program Website: www.kidsfirstoakland.org
Program Representative Name Lukas Brekke-Miesner
Program Representative Email: lukas@kidsfirstoakland.org
Street Address: 4351 Broadway, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Oakland Leaf Garden and Ecology Internship Program

Oakland Leaf's gardening and ecology high school internship program provides youth development, and professional training for up to 25 high school students twice per week, year round. Interns utilize their training to establish and maintain gardens and enrichment programming for students at 3 Oakland Leaf after-school programs and 2 high schools in East Oakland. Interns are recruited from schools in low income communities primarily serving people of color. Programming supports leadership development, high school graduation and provides role models for youth in our after-school programs.

Program Website: www.oaklandleaf.org
Program Representative Name Johanna Masis
Program Representative Email: johanna.masis@oaklandleaf.org
Street Address: 3709 E. 12th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Oakland Discovery Center

The Oakland Discovery Centers are a community based after school program with experiential learning, enrichment, fitness, & peer support activities. Offering applied science, math, tutoring, woodworking, gardening, art, mentoring & more to 400 low-income youth (ages 6-14) in the Oakland flatlands, Tues – Sat 3-7pm. We provide youth access to engaging after-school applied learning activities in a youth development framework, led by caring adults in order to decrease youth and community violence and increase academic success.

Program Website: http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/opr/s/DiscoveryCenters/index.htm
Program Representative Name TBD TBD
Program Representative Email: TBD
Street Address: 2521 High St,, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Media Enterprise Alliance

Media Enterprise Alliance (MEA) provides training and support for 150 underserved Oakland youth ages 14-20 in media-arts education, career building, leadership, and team-building skills. Students gain arts, technical and entrepreneurial skills in the year-long OUSD-accredited curriculum. Working with media professionals at the KDOL-TV studio, students become aware of community problems, and become part of the solutions. Academic coursework and hands-on experience motivates MEA students and helps them stay engaged in school and develop the criteria for college admission and job placement.

Program Website: meaoakland.org
Program Representative Name Jeff Key
Program Representative Email: jeffmkey@gmail.com
Street Address: 286 E. 10 Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Family Connections/Leaders Connect

For over 24 years, Project Re-Connect (PRC) has served over 4300 youth from Oakland's most vulnerable neighborhoods. Using effective best practices, PRC assists in transforming the lives youth (12-18) and their families. Family Connections is an six-week, city-wide program focused on the social, behavioral and emotional development of youth and families. Leaders Connect works with youth who are engaged as leaders and given increased responsibility. The program provides a forum for youth leaders to actively continue the social and emotional development and to do it with other young people.

Program Website: www.projectreconnect.net
Program Representative Name Marrika Lopes
Program Representative Email: mlopes@projectreconnect.net
Street Address: 2577 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Newcomer Community Engagement Program

RT and partners will engage at least 550 children and youth in Oakland, including refugees and unaccompanied minors, and other newcomers who have experienced forced migration. Individual services will include home-based tutoring/mentoring as well as family support and care coordination. Group services will include pull-out instruction at several OUSD schools, soccer, leadership opportunities, field trips, camping trips, supplemental summer school classes, a summer camp with soccer, art and English language support, gardening/cooking, and family engagement events/workshops.

Program Website: www.reftrans.org
Program Representative Name Nicole Germanov
Program Representative Email: nicole@reftrans.org
Street Address: various, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Newcomer Community Engagement Program

RT and partners will engage at least 550 children and youth in Oakland, including refugees and unaccompanied minors, and other newcomers who have experienced forced migration. Individual services will include home-based tutoring/mentoring as well as family support and care coordination. Group services will include pull-out instruction at several OUSD schools, soccer, leadership opportunities, field trips, camping trips, supplemental summer school classes, a summer camp with soccer, art and English language support, gardening/cooking, and family engagement events/workshops.

Program Website: www.reftrans.org
Program Representative Name Nicole Germanov
Program Representative Email: nicole@reftrans.org
Street Address: 915 Foothill Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Newcomer Community Engagement Program

RT and partners will engage at least 550 children and youth in Oakland, including refugees and unaccompanied minors, and other newcomers who have experienced forced migration. Individual services will include home-based tutoring/mentoring as well as family support and care coordination. Group services will include pull-out instruction at several OUSD schools, soccer, leadership opportunities, field trips, camping trips, supplemental summer school classes, a summer camp with soccer, art and English language support, gardening/cooking, and family engagement events/workshops.

Program Website: www.reftrans.org
Program Representative Name Nicole Germanov
Program Representative Email: nicole@reftrans.org
Street Address: 1640 22nd Ave,, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Newcomer Community Engagement Program

RT and partners will engage at least 550 children and youth in Oakland, including refugees and unaccompanied minors, and other newcomers who have experienced forced migration. Individual services will include home-based tutoring/mentoring as well as family support and care coordination. Group services will include pull-out instruction at several OUSD schools, soccer, leadership opportunities, field trips, camping trips, supplemental summer school classes, a summer camp with soccer, art and English language support, gardening/cooking, and family engagement events/workshops.

Program Website: www.reftrans.org
Program Representative Name Nicole Germanov
Program Representative Email: nicole@reftrans.org
Street Address: 746 Grand Ave Portables 2 and 3, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Get Active

The program name GET ACTIVE is a co-option of a phrase youth in Oakland use that connotes violence as in the need “to get active” to resolve conflict. The Safe Passages GET ACTIVE program will provide a positive vehicle for 97 youth leaders in the Oakland community to design and implement positive community safety strategies and messaging -- utilizing Urban Arts with a focus on social justice and other outreach and communications methods to engage their peers, families and the broader neighborhood in community safety, revitalization and improvement efforts.

Program Website: www.safepassages.org
Program Representative Name Jon Brumfield
Program Representative Email: jbrumfield@safepassages.org
Street Address: Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Suite 6306, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Get Active

The program name GET ACTIVE is a co-option of a phrase youth in Oakland use that connotes violence as in the need “to get active” to resolve conflict. The Safe Passages GET ACTIVE program will provide a positive vehicle for 97 youth leaders in the Oakland community to design and implement positive community safety strategies and messaging -- utilizing Urban Arts with a focus on social justice and other outreach and communications methods to engage their peers, families and the broader neighborhood in community safety, revitalization and improvement efforts.

Program Website: www.safepassages.org
Program Representative Name Jon Brumfield
Program Representative Email: jbrumfield@safepassages.org
Street Address: 1269 66th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Get Active

The program name GET ACTIVE is a co-option of a phrase youth in Oakland use that connotes violence as in the need “to get active” to resolve conflict. The Safe Passages GET ACTIVE program will provide a positive vehicle for 97 youth leaders in the Oakland community to design and implement positive community safety strategies and messaging -- utilizing Urban Arts with a focus on social justice and other outreach and communications methods to engage their peers, families and the broader neighborhood in community safety, revitalization and improvement efforts.

Program Website: www.safepassages.org
Program Representative Name Jon Brumfield
Program Representative Email: jbrumfield@safepassages.org
Street Address: 1111 2nd Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Get Active

The program name GET ACTIVE is a co-option of a phrase youth in Oakland use that connotes violence as in the need “to get active” to resolve conflict. The Safe Passages GET ACTIVE program will provide a positive vehicle for 97 youth leaders in the Oakland community to design and implement positive community safety strategies and messaging -- utilizing Urban Arts with a focus on social justice and other outreach and communications methods to engage their peers, families and the broader neighborhood in community safety, revitalization and improvement efforts.

Program Website: www.safepassages.org
Program Representative Name Jon Brumfield
Program Representative Email: jbrumfield@safepassages.org
Street Address: 1390 66th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Supporting Teen Mothers Program (STMP)

Teen Success, Inc (TSI) will partner with Brighter Beginnings in Oakland to provide weekly 2-hour support groups throughout the year for 24 teen mothers ranging in age from 14-20 and their 24 children (average age of 1.5). The main goals of the Supporting Teen Mothers Program (STMP) are to empower teen moms to: 1) complete high school or the equivalent (vocational school, GED); 2) maintain current family size; 3) develop social and emotional assets that provide the foundation for thriving; and 4) become effective “first teachers” to their children.

Program Website: www.teensuccess.org
Program Representative Name Ana Lilia Soto
Program Representative Email: analilia@teensuccess.org
Street Address: 2648 International Blvd., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Teens on Target

Teens on Target will provide year-round, trauma-informed activities that help youth in East Oakland’s high stressor neighborhoods develop leadership skills, build on their strengths, improve connections to adults and peers, and contribute to their communities. We will support 50 youth as peer educators to: promote healthy choices; teach ways to prevent violence and resolve conflict; address equity/inclusiveness issues; and give students tools to succeed academically. Peer educators will meet regularly after school and over the summer and reach at least 1,000 middle and high school students.

Program Website: www.youthalive.org
Program Representative Name Caheri Gutierrez
Program Representative Email: cgutierrez@youthalive.org
Street Address: 3300 Elm Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Arts in Education

Youth Speaks will deliver high-quality, standards-aligned arts activities that empower teens to develop leadership skills and improve connections to adults and peers. We will serve low-income youth of color, ages 13-18 with: OUSD high school performances, exposing over 1,000 youth to spoken word/poetry and youth artists; Creative writing/performance workshops for 165 students at 5 OUSD schools, increasing confidence and language skills; Queeriosity arts workshops for 50 LGBTQ youth to support healthy identities; Youth-led Oakland performances that engage thousands of additional youth.

Program Website: youthspeaks.org
Program Representative Name Aimee Espiritu
Program Representative Email: aespiritu@youthspeaks.org
Street Address: 314 E 10th St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Arts in Education

Youth Speaks will deliver high-quality, standards-aligned arts activities that empower teens to develop leadership skills and improve connections to adults and peers. We will serve low-income youth of color, ages 13-18 with: OUSD high school performances, exposing over 1,000 youth to spoken word/poetry and youth artists; Creative writing/performance workshops for 165 students at 5 OUSD schools, increasing confidence and language skills; Queeriosity arts workshops for 50 LGBTQ youth to support healthy identities; Youth-led Oakland performances that engage thousands of additional youth.

Program Website: youthspeaks.org
Program Representative Name Aimee Espiritu
Program Representative Email: aespiritu@youthspeaks.org
Street Address: 4351 Broadway, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Arts in Education

Youth Speaks will deliver high-quality, standards-aligned arts activities that empower teens to develop leadership skills and improve connections to adults and peers. We will serve low-income youth of color, ages 13-18 with: OUSD high school performances, exposing over 1,000 youth to spoken word/poetry and youth artists; Creative writing/performance workshops for 165 students at 5 OUSD schools, increasing confidence and language skills; Queeriosity arts workshops for 50 LGBTQ youth to support healthy identities; Youth-led Oakland performances that engage thousands of additional youth.

Program Website: youthspeaks.org
Program Representative Name Aimee Espiritu
Program Representative Email: aespiritu@youthspeaks.org
Street Address: 417 29th St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Queer and Allies Initiative

YU's Q & A Initiative will continue providing leadership development opportunities and safe spaces to support LGBTQI youth ages 13 to 24 through direct service, outreach and education. Reaching 250 youth, program activities will include: support groups; GSA, ally, and Peer Health Educator trainings; health education workshops; and a Youth Leadership Summit and Coming Out Party. Youth will explore their identities and a variety of health, gender and sexuality topics, develop leadership skills, strengthen GSAs, and lead peer convenings to build community and support for LGBTQI youth in Oakland.

Program Website: www.youthuprising.org
Program Representative Name Carole Dorham-Kelly
Program Representative Email: ckelly@youthuprising.org
Street Address: 8711 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Year-Round Youth Development and Empowerment

Aim High/Oakland

Aim High closes achievement and opportunity gaps with a free multi-year summer learning program at three Oakland sites. Each year, these campuses serve 360 low-income Oakland residents ages 11-15; 65% live in the top 20 high-stressor police beats and 99% of our boys are youth of color. We prepare students for high school success and college readiness via five weeks of challenging and engaging academics, enrichment electives and our signature teen development/college & career awareness course. Aim High guarantees our students re-enrollment for up to four consecutive years.

Program Website: www.aimhigh.org
Program Representative Name Alec Lee
Program Representative Email: mabbott@aimhigh.org
Street Address: 2030 Harrison Street, 3rd Floor, San Francisco, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Summer with Destiny

Destiny Arts Center (DAC) will engage 290 unduplicated children and youth, ages 6-20, through our North Oakland Camp Destiny program and Summer Hub partnerships at four Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) sites in East and West Oakland. Summer with Destiny will address educational equity by providing professionally taught arts programs to low-income youth who are most at-risk of summer learning loss. All DAC summer programs offer arts instruction integrated with peaceful conflict resolution skills and delivered through our signature creative youth development framework.

Program Website: www.destinyarts.org
Program Representative Name Cristy Johnston Limon
Program Representative Email:
Street Address: 970 Grace Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Camp Thrive

Camp Thrive is a coordinated network of seven summer learning programs serving over 500 elementary school children in the Chinatown, Eastlake, and San Antonio neighborhoods. Camp Thrive expands children's knowledge of personal and environmental health through the use of interactive project-based learning activities. In collaboration with the Oakland Unified School District's Summer Learning Initiative, Camp Thrives contributes to providing children access to a full-day of learning over a five-week period.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name David Kakishiba
Program Representative Email: gianna@ebayc.org
Street Address: 745 Cleveland Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Camp Thrive

Camp Thrive is a coordinated network of seven summer learning programs serving over 500 elementary school children in the Chinatown, Eastlake, and San Antonio neighborhoods. Camp Thrive expands children's knowledge of personal and environmental health through the use of interactive project-based learning activities. In collaboration with the Oakland Unified School District's Summer Learning Initiative, Camp Thrives contributes to providing children access to a full-day of learning over a five-week period.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name David Kakishiba
Program Representative Email: gianna@ebayc.org
Street Address: 915 Foothill Boulevard, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Camp Thrive

Camp Thrive is a coordinated network of seven summer learning programs serving over 500 elementary school children in the Chinatown, Eastlake, and San Antonio neighborhoods. Camp Thrive expands children's knowledge of personal and environmental health through the use of interactive project-based learning activities. In collaboration with the Oakland Unified School District's Summer Learning Initiative, Camp Thrives contributes to providing children access to a full-day of learning over a five-week period.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name David Kakishiba
Program Representative Email: gianna@ebayc.org
Street Address: 1640 22nd Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Camp Thrive

Camp Thrive is a coordinated network of seven summer learning programs serving over 500 elementary school children in the Chinatown, Eastlake, and San Antonio neighborhoods. Camp Thrive expands children's knowledge of personal and environmental health through the use of interactive project-based learning activities. In collaboration with the Oakland Unified School District's Summer Learning Initiative, Camp Thrives contributes to providing children access to a full-day of learning over a five-week period.

Program Website: www.ebayc.org
Program Representative Name David Kakishiba
Program Representative Email: gianna@ebayc.org
Street Address: 225 11th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Summer Cultural Enrichment Program

The Summer Cultural Enrichment Program (SCEP) is a 6-week program, planned and executed by Youth Leaders, ages 13-20. Youth Leaders provide mentorship and instruction to 180 SCEP Scholars, ages 5-12, who engage in a daily schedule of educational and enrichment classes in math, science and technology; the arts; fitness and cooking; and life skills. Because many participants have limited opportunity to venture beyond East Oakland, we invest in taking weekly fieldtrips that have included the library, the Healthy Living Festival, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, and the Exploratorium.

Program Website: www.eoydc.org
Program Representative Name Regina Jackson
Program Representative Email: selena@eoydc.org
Street Address: 8200 International Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

CAMP EDMO

CAMP EDMO will align OUSD’s literacy curriculum with STEM curricula provided by Edventure More at REACH Academy, Brook Elementary, and ACORN Woodland Elementary campuses (K-5) supported by professional curriculum and content guidance. CAMP EDMO will implement integrated curricula designed to increase student retention, comprehension, social-emotional learning, and cross-discipline learning. CAMP EDMO provided OUSD afternoon summer enrichment in 2014 and 2015. New this year, CAMP EDMO will also provide an additional week of full-day, age-appropriate STEM curriculum at each campus.

Program Website: http://www.edventuremore.org/
Program Representative Name Eduardo Caballero
Program Representative Email: jross@edventuremore.org
Street Address: 9860 Sunnyside St, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

CAMP EDMO

CAMP EDMO will align OUSD’s literacy curriculum with STEM curricula provided by Edventure More at REACH Academy, Brook Elementary, and ACORN Woodland Elementary campuses (K-5) supported by professional curriculum and content guidance. CAMP EDMO will implement integrated curricula designed to increase student retention, comprehension, social-emotional learning, and cross-discipline learning. CAMP EDMO provided OUSD afternoon summer enrichment in 2014 and 2015. New this year, CAMP EDMO will also provide an additional week of full-day, age-appropriate STEM curriculum at each campus.

Program Website: http://www.edventuremore.org/
Program Representative Name Eduardo Caballero
Program Representative Email: jross@edventuremore.org
Street Address: 401 Jones Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

CAMP EDMO

CAMP EDMO will align OUSD’s literacy curriculum with STEM curricula provided by Edventure More at REACH Academy, Brook Elementary, and ACORN Woodland Elementary campuses (K-5) supported by professional curriculum and content guidance. CAMP EDMO will implement integrated curricula designed to increase student retention, comprehension, social-emotional learning, and cross-discipline learning. CAMP EDMO provided OUSD afternoon summer enrichment in 2014 and 2015. New this year, CAMP EDMO will also provide an additional week of full-day, age-appropriate STEM curriculum at each campus.

Program Website: http://www.edventuremore.org/
Program Representative Name Eduardo Caballero
Program Representative Email: jross@edventuremore.org
Street Address: 1025 81st Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Kinship Summer Youth Program (KSYP)

KSYP is a comprehensive summer enrichment program serving Oakland kinship children and youth ages 6-18. Participants are being raised by relative caregivers as a result of the death, abandonment, substance abuse, or incarceration of their parent(s). They live in OFCY's priority neighborhoods, are usually performing below grade level, and many have past experience of violence/abuse. KSYP engages participants in academic support, arts, cultural, and recreational activities. It also promotes positive relationships with peers and adults, and includes a robust leadership development component.

Program Website: http://fssba.org/our-services/kyp
Program Representative Name Cheryl Smith
Program Representative Email: abolla@fssba.org
Street Address: 401 Grand Avenue Suites 200 & 500, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Concordia Park Summer

The Concordia Park Summer Program, a 4-week enrichment program for 74 East Oakland girls, grades 1st-7th, offers a safe environment and strong youth development-based programming. Located at the Girls Inc. Concordia Park Center, it will provide underserved girls with a broad range of learning and recreational opportunities to enhance their physical, social-emotional, artistic and academic development. To inspire girls to be strong, smart and bold, they will participate in day-long programming including health/nutrition, visual/performing arts, sports, literacy, STEM and enrichment field trips.

Program Website: www.girlsinc-alameda.org
Program Representative Name Julayne Virgil
Program Representative Email: mbryan@girlsinc-alameda.org
Street Address: 2901 64th Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Oakland Freedom Schools

Lincoln proposes to offer the culturally responsive Children's Defense Fund Oakland Freedom Schools program at four schools in Oakland. This six-week summer academic literacy and cultural enrichment program will serve youth, ages 5-18 with an average 10:1 student-adult ratio. The program provides a healthy breakfast, lunch, and snack, weekly field trips, and 150 minutes of academic literacy instruction each day, with the main goals of advancing literacy skills, alleviating summer learning loss, and increasing participant's self-esteem.

Program Website: http://lincolnfamilies.org/programs-services/well-being/freedom-schools/
Program Representative Name Christine Stoner-Mertz
Program Representative Email: cristianabaik@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 991 14th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Oakland Freedom Schools

Lincoln proposes to offer the culturally responsive Children's Defense Fund Oakland Freedom Schools program at four schools in Oakland. This six-week summer academic literacy and cultural enrichment program will serve youth, ages 5-18 with an average 10:1 student-adult ratio. The program provides a healthy breakfast, lunch, and snack, weekly field trips, and 150 minutes of academic literacy instruction each day, with the main goals of advancing literacy skills, alleviating summer learning loss, and increasing participant's self-esteem.

Program Website: http://lincolnfamilies.org/programs-services/well-being/freedom-schools/
Program Representative Name Christine Stoner-Mertz
Program Representative Email: cristianabaik@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 1390 66th Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Oakland Freedom Schools

Lincoln proposes to offer the culturally responsive Children's Defense Fund Oakland Freedom Schools program at four schools in Oakland. This six-week summer academic literacy and cultural enrichment program will serve youth, ages 5-18 with an average 10:1 student-adult ratio. The program provides a healthy breakfast, lunch, and snack, weekly field trips, and 150 minutes of academic literacy instruction each day, with the main goals of advancing literacy skills, alleviating summer learning loss, and increasing participant's self-esteem.

Program Website: http://lincolnfamilies.org/programs-services/well-being/freedom-schools/
Program Representative Name Christine Stoner-Mertz
Program Representative Email: cristianabaik@lincolnfamilies.org
Street Address: 7929 Ney Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Oakland Leaf Peace Camp

Oakland Leaf Peace Camp at Bret Harte is a free 4-week summer program operating daily from mid June to mid July. The program serves 150 students daily. Peace Camp is a project-based arts and culture summer camp rooted in themes of social justice. Our instructional offerings emphasize youth empowerment, voice and identity, arts-based learning, community activism, cultural literacy, and reflection. A culminating talent show highlights student achievements. Enrollment is quite diverse and largely reflects the demographics of the host school site: 37% AA, 31% Latino, 16% Asian and 86% FRL.

Program Website: oaklandleaf.org
Program Representative Name Odiaka Gonzalez
Program Representative Email: melissa.mendez_ochoa@oaklandleaf.org
Street Address: 7700 Edgewater Drive, Suite 818, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Prescott Circus Theatre Summer Program

Prescott Circus Theatre will provide a summer program of Circus Arts, Academic Enrichment, and Leadership Training serving 30 students ages 8–16 for 5 weeks, M-F, 9:30AM-3:00PM, plus additional field trips. Participants will work with professional artists to receive circus skills and culturally-relevant instruction. A certified teacher in math/science/language skills provides individual tutoring to prevent academic lags over the summer. Youth will have recreational options, perform on a rotating basis, and participate in final performances for over 800 Oakland children.

Program Website: http://www.prescottcircus.org/about-us/our-work/
Program Representative Name David Hunt
Program Representative Email: dhunt@prescotcircus.org
Street Address: 920 Campbell St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

New Voices are Rising Summer Leadership Academy

New Voices Are Rising works with high school students from Oakland's low-income communities and communities of color to build skills and knowledge to succeed in school and work, and allow them to take their places as community leaders on environmental justice issues. During the Summer Leadership Academy, students will hone skills in observation, reflection, public speaking and community outreach, practicing teamwork and individual leadership as they participate in group discussions, field-trips, environmental restoration work, community presentations and advocacy activities.

Program Website: www.rosefdn.org/new-voices
Program Representative Name Tiim Little
Program Representative Email: tlittle@rosefdn.org
Street Address: 2781 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

New Voices are Rising Summer Leadership Academy

New Voices Are Rising works with high school students from Oakland's low-income communities and communities of color to build skills and knowledge to succeed in school and work, and allow them to take their places as community leaders on environmental justice issues. During the Summer Leadership Academy, students will hone skills in observation, reflection, public speaking and community outreach, practicing teamwork and individual leadership as they participate in group discussions, field-trips, environmental restoration work, community presentations and advocacy activities.

Program Website: www.rosefdn.org/new-voices
Program Representative Name Tiim Little
Program Representative Email: tlittle@rosefdn.org
Street Address: 1970 Broadway, Suite 600, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Summer Camp ANV

Summer Camp ANV, an 8-week camp for 100 youth aged 5-13, is designed to support the healthy development of local youth so that they can succeed in school, connect with nature, and start healthy habits. Led and run primarily by women of color, veterans, residents, and parents from the Elmurst neighborhood, Summer Camp ANV uses the practice of urban farming and activities like camping, cooking, reading, drama, art, and swimming to enable youth to lead healthy, active, educated, empowered, and productive lives. Our innovative approach was honored by President Barack Obama in 2014.

Program Website: http://anvfarm.org/
Program Representative Name Jennifer Hoffman
Program Representative Email: grants@anvfarm.org
Street Address: 975 85th Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Summer Camp ANV

Summer Camp ANV, an 8-week camp for 100 youth aged 5-13, is designed to support the healthy development of local youth so that they can succeed in school, connect with nature, and start healthy habits. Led and run primarily by women of color, veterans, residents, and parents from the Elmurst neighborhood, Summer Camp ANV uses the practice of urban farming and activities like camping, cooking, reading, drama, art, and swimming to enable youth to lead healthy, active, educated, empowered, and productive lives. Our innovative approach was honored by President Barack Obama in 2014.

Program Website: http://anvfarm.org/
Program Representative Name Jennifer Hoffman
Program Representative Email: grants@anvfarm.org
Street Address: 1001 83rd Ave., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Summer Youth Development and Empowerment

Oakland Health Careers Collaborative

Oakland Health Careers Collaborative (OHCC) is a public-private partnership between three well-established East Bay health professions training organizations. The partners have aligned to coordinate efforts to create a continuum of training opportunities spanning career awareness, exploration, preparation, mentoring, life and professional skills, and wellness education. OHCC will prepare 450+ underrepresented minority (URM) youth per year from Oakland’s high-stress neighborhoods for academic and career success, and expand the number of URM youth who pursue careers in the health professions.

Program Website: www.alamedahealthsystem.org
Program Representative Name Joilah James
Program Representative Email: jjames@alamedahealthsystem.org
Street Address: 1411 E. 31st Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Youth Bridge Workforce Development Program

Youth Bridge Workforce Development Program is a community benefit program of Alta Bates Summit Medical Center that targets Oakland youth ages 14-20 who may be at-risk of not completing high school or post secondary education. The program provides school-to-work transition education, health career exploration, mentoring, paid and unpaid summer internships, entry level training, paid apprenticeships, and support in job seeking and employment. The program serves approximately 65 students per year.

Program Website: http://www.altabatessummit.org/youthbridge/
Program Representative Name Gary Owens
Program Representative Email: OwensGV@sutterhealth.org
Street Address: 3012 Summit Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

GROW

GROW is a workforce development program focused on building the hard and soft skills necessary for a career in culinary arts. Youth receive employment readiness support, intensive culinary skill training, professional development workshops, paid work experience, and job placement and retention support. All graduates receive a California Serv-Safe Certificate. BE runs two 6-month GROW training cohorts a year at BE’s culinary training center in Oakland. Work experience placements are made throughout the Bay Area. The programs serves 24 youth ages 17-20 each year.

Program Website: www.beyondemancipation.org
Program Representative Name Sara Goldware
Program Representative Email: sgoldware@beyondemancipation.org
Street Address: 2000 Park Blvd., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

GROW

GROW is a workforce development program focused on building the hard and soft skills necessary for a career in culinary arts. Youth receive employment readiness support, intensive culinary skill training, professional development workshops, paid work experience, and job placement and retention support. All graduates receive a California Serv-Safe Certificate. BE runs two 6-month GROW training cohorts a year at BE’s culinary training center in Oakland. Work experience placements are made throughout the Bay Area. The programs serves 24 youth ages 17-20 each year.

Program Website: www.beyondemancipation.org
Program Representative Name Sara Goldware
Program Representative Email: sgoldware@beyondemancipation.org
Street Address: 675 Hegenberger Road, Suite 100, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Hack the Hood A-Team

A-Team is a highly customized career awareness/development program reaching 225 youth ages 15-20 with the purpose of helping low-income youth of color get on a solid career pathway towards middle and high-income tech-powered jobs that align with their passions. Activities include individual and group projects, individualized career coaching, job/internship placement, technical and soft skills training, field trips to tech companies and college campuses, online engagement, and special events. Partners provide outreach, academic support, advanced technology training, & entrepreneurship training.

Program Website: hackthehood.org
Program Representative Name Ricardo Bonilla
Program Representative Email: ricardo@hackthehood.org
Street Address: 439 International Boulevard, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Youth Law Academy

The Youth Law Academy (YLA) provides college preparation, career exploration, and financial aid advising for low-income youth of color, immigrant youth, and first-generation college students in Oakland. The YLA offers long-term, individualized and culturally-specific support to ensure youth succeed in college and careers. The seven-year program includes an intensive college and career preparation program for high school students, and a college program that provides case management to ensure persistence. The YLA also prepares youth for professional careers through internships and mentorship.

Program Website: www.centrolegal.org
Program Representative Name Raymundo Jacquez
Program Representative Email: rjacquez@centrolegal.org
Street Address: 3400 E. 12th Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Academic and Professional Pathway

Civicorps' Academic and Professional Pathway works with 76 Oakland opportunity youth, age 18-20, who are disconnected from both school and employment. We not only provide the innovative academics to help former dropouts earn their high-school diploma, but we also provide career awareness, training, and certifications in high-demand industries like Computer Information Systems, Legal, Construction, and Truck Driving to help opportunity youth enter lucrative careers, many of which are unionized, so they can create a legacy of achievement for themselves and their families.

Program Website: http://www.cvcorps.org/
Program Representative Name Joseph Billingsley
Program Representative Email: jab@cvcorps.org
Street Address: 101 Myrtle St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Academic and Professional Pathway

Civicorps' Academic and Professional Pathway works with 76 Oakland opportunity youth, age 18-20, who are disconnected from both school and employment. We not only provide the innovative academics to help former dropouts earn their high-school diploma, but we also provide career awareness, training, and certifications in high-demand industries like Computer Information Systems, Legal, Construction, and Truck Driving to help opportunity youth enter lucrative careers, many of which are unionized, so they can create a legacy of achievement for themselves and their families.

Program Website: http://www.cvcorps.org/
Program Representative Name Joseph Billingsley
Program Representative Email: jab@cvcorps.org
Street Address: 1425 5th St., Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Comprehensive Transitional Support

Staff trained in the delivery of services such as a dual-client approach, relationship-building, and addressing non-skilled barriers to employment/education will offer basic skills and referrals to GED completion classes; job preparation and retention training, job search and placement, and access to large and local employment networks. Covenant House California’s employer/community-based partnerships will be brought to bear for the benefit of Opportunity Youth.

Program Website: www.covenanthousecalifornia.org
Program Representative Name Krista Girty
Program Representative Email: kgirty@covca.org
Street Address: 200 Harrison Street, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Oakland Promise College and Career Access and Success Program

East Bay College Fund provides college and career access and persistence service for youth ages 15 to 20, including internship stipends, scholarships, mentoring, and support networks so that Oakland low income youth graduate high school, thrive in college, and realize their full potential. We also ensure that attending a transfer, degree- granting, or vocational program does not pose a financial burden. Since our inception we have addressed the challenges faced by African American and Latino male youth - the group least represented in college.

Program Website: East Bay College Fund
Program Representative Name Diane Dodge
Program Representative Email: diane@eastbaycollegefund.org
Street Address: 2030 Franklin St, Suite 210, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Pathways to Advancement

Pathways Oakland combines employment at sports and entertainment venues, financial capability training, and academic support services to ensure that young people get accepted to and graduate from a 4-year college. At Juma's Oakland office, youth receive job skills training, psycho-social and academic support, and financial literacy education. Youth apply their newly developed skills as employees at our social enterprise at O.Co Coliseum.

Program Website: www.juma.org
Program Representative Name Adriane Armstrong
Program Representative Email: adrianea@juma.org
Street Address: 827 Broadway, Suite 210, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Bridges from School to Work

Bridges from School to Work (Bridges) is a workforce development program uniquely designed for youth with special needs and disconnected youth ages 17 to 24. Bridges' mission is to transform the lives of young adults through the power of a job. Core activities include job readiness and soft skills training, job search, placement, and retention services for up to twelve months after youth are hired. Recruitment takes place at schools and training sessions are held at the Bridges office at 1970 Broadway in Uptown Oakland. The Oakland program places a minimum of 50 youth every contract year.

Program Website: www.bridgestowork.org
Program Representative Name Anthea Charles
Program Representative Email: anthea.charles@marriott.com
Street Address: 1970 Broadway, Suite 1000, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Exploring College and Career Options

Exploring College and Career Options in Oakland (ECCO) provides a linked college and career curriculum facilitated by a certificated Career Technical Education teacher throughout the 10th and 11th grade in OUSD career academies and pathways. Students apply their learning in a 5 week paid summer internship, hosted by a local industry professionals and supervised by and OUSD credentialed teacher. The internship experience culminates in a mastery of demonstration of skills for success in college and career, guided by a rubric, and graded by industry experts.

Program Website: N/A
Program Representative Name Greg Cluster
Program Representative Email: gregory.cluster@ousd.org
Street Address: 1000 Broadway, Suite 680, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Oakland Youth Engaged

Oakland Youth Engaged (OYE) serves 50 at-risk youth age 14-20, through services such as career exploration, job readiness, peer mentorship, and community involvement. Youth are placed into internships and complete community service projects that connect them with their community. Activities take place in the heart of Fruitvale close to public transportation and near many High Schools. OYE graduates are better prepared than many of their peers to go on to achieve academically and to access pathways that will lead to self-sustaining jobs and careers.

Program Website: www.unitycouncil.org
Program Representative Name Armando Hernandez
Program Representative Email: armandoh@unitycouncil.org
Street Address: 1900 Fruitvale Ave, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Building Green Futures

Building Green Futures gives 40 youth and young adults training and employment in the green building industry. Participants will be jointly enrolled at YEP’s support hub that hosts, Quest Academy, Adult Education, Next Step, & GED services. Participants will build environmentally neutral, energy-efficient micro homes on blighted or vacant lots for low- or modest-income Oakland residents. Job Readiness Training, Vocational Training, Intensive Internship, Educational support, and continued Counseling give participants skills to contribute to Oakland and themselves in meaningful ways.

Program Website: www.yep.org
Program Representative Name Matthew Barton
Program Representative Email: mbarton@yep.org
Street Address: 2300 International Blvd, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth

Digital Communications Pathways

Digital Communications Pathways has two primary tracks to employment for older youth: Ages 14-20: Youth Radio students are eligible for paid employment in a range of creative positions throughout Youth Radio’s media production company, working in partnership with professional adults to produce real world creative projects for massive audiences. 18-20: Youth Radio’s workforce program for older youth provides intensive media and tech training, college credit, professional development and wraparound support, and paid job placement with industry partners.

Program Website: www.youthradio.org
Program Representative Name Michael Lee
Program Representative Email: michael.lee@youthradio.org
Street Address: 1701 Broadway, Oakland, California
Strategy Type: Career Awareness and Academic Support for Older Youth