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After-school/Mentoring Programs

61 Edgewood Street, NE
Washington, DC  20017
(202) 529-7376
 
Beacon House provides afterschool and weekend programming and summer camps for youth 8-18. Programs include those that focus on homework assistance, academic and cultural enrichment, sports team activities, therapeutic recreational activities and mentoring. The organization primarily works with youth living in the Edgewood Terrace neighborhood. Please call to get information regarding eligibility. 
 
10210 Greenbelt Road
Suite 900
Lanham, MD  20706
(301) 794-9170  
 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the National Capital Area provides professionally supported long term one-on-one mentoring for youth 8-17. Volunteer mentors are encouraged to have weekly face to face contact with youth. Please call to get information regarding eligibility. 
 
4737 Meade Street, NE
Washington, DC  20019
(202) 399-3618
 
The Fishing School provides youth ages 8-16 afterschool and summer enrichment programs. Programming focuses on academic support, personal nurturing and positive social activities. Snacks and meals are provided to all participants.  Please call to get information regarding eligibility.
 
110 Maryland Avenue, NE
Suite 207
Washington, DC  20002
(202) 544-5033
 
Horton’s Kids provides youth ages 4-18 residing in the Wellington Park section of SE with academic tutoring, mentoring, school advocacy, cultural activities and holiday events and gifts. Please call to get information regarding eligibility.
 
1012 14th Street, NW
Suite 304
Washington, DC  20005
(202) 783-2310
 
Mentor’s Inc. promotes academic, career and the personal development of public high school students through one-on-one mentoring and enrichment activities. Mentors assist with career and job-readiness training, college preparation (admission and financial aid applications), tutoring and SAT preparation. Referrals are made through DC Public Schools. Please call to get information regarding eligibility.
 
410 7th Street, SE
Washington, DC  20003
 
The Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League provide after-school programming, skills counseling, employment readiness arts workshops, substance abuse and tobacco prevention groups. In addition, the organization provides programs to support and enhance self-esteem of LGBTQ youth.
 
Time Dollar Youth Court
510 4th Street, NW
Washington, DC  20001
(202) 508-1612
 
The Time Dollar Youth Court is a diversion program for at-risk youth and first time non-violent offenders. The youth’s delinquent and social difficulties are reviewed by peer jurors and appropriate sanctions are administered. Please call to get information regarding eligibility.
 
William H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center (Rock Creek Park Campus)
1600 Kennedy Street, NW
Washington, DC  20011 
 
Benning Stoddert Recreation Center
200 Stoddert Place, SE
Washington, DC  20019
(202) 291-9888
 
The Washington Tennis and Education Foundation offers academic enrichment, combined with tennis and life skill instruction. Please call to get information regarding eligibility and costs.
 
152 Newton Street, NW
Washington, DC  20010
(202) 667-1192
 
The Words Beats & Life Academy, a pre-vocational arts program for youth ages 5-23 in the District of Columbia.  Please call to get information regarding eligibility. 
 
78 U Street, NW
Washington, DC  20001
(202) 332-718
 
The Young Ladies of Tomorrow serve female youth ages 9-17 and provides individual and group counseling, therapeutic recreation, job training, mentoring and community service opportunities. Please call to get information regarding eligibility.