After School

After School Program

The Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence provides a safe, after-school haven for more than 4,000 youths to come for nightly meals, homework help, fitness and nutrition programs, college and career planning, and lasting personal relationships. The club offers critical programs that focus on academic success, healthy lifestyles and community involvement at two locations: the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence at 136 Water St., and the Beacon Boys & Girls Club at 71 Duckett Ave.

 

For more information, please contact the Front Desk or send an email to [email protected]

978-683-2747

www.lawrencebgc.com

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After School Program

The Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence provides a safe, after-school haven for more than 4,000 youths to come for nightly meals, homework help, fitness and nutrition programs, college and career planning, and lasting personal relationships. The club offers critical programs that focus on academic success, healthy lifestyles and community involvement at two locations: the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence at 136 Water St., and the Beacon Boys & Girls Club at 71 Duckett Ave.

 

For more information, please contact the Front Desk or send an email to [email protected]

978-683-2747

www.lawrencebgc.com

Facebook: Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence

Instagram: @BGCLawrence

Twitter: @BGCL

Lawrence Youth Council

The Lawrence Youth Council (LYC) was created under the City of Lawrence Mayor’s Health Task Force (MHTF) with awareness-raising and activism as some of its core elements, carried out through the lens of social justice and health equity, in line with the MHTF. LYC members are charged with representing youth in the city of Lawrence, creating opportunities to give youth a voice, advocating for issues important to youth, and organizing and developing youth-related projects, programs, events and activities. Through a contract with the city, Elevated Thought has coordinated the LYC for the past three years.


For more information, please contact:

Marquis Victor, Executive Director/LYC Coordinator

[email protected]

978-420-7920

www.elevatedthought.org

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Youth Empowerment Programming

Our Elevated Thought youth programming encourages students to examine societal issues, specifically the ones they see in and around their community, and pushes them to explore new ideas and creative solutions to social issues through discussion and debate, poetry, and various visual art mediums. History, philosophy, critical thinking, collaboration, public outreach, and organizing are all elements of the program. We believe that exposure and access to this type of learning can empower our students to lead and organize for systematic equality in education, their cities, and beyond. Limited seats available.

 

For more information, please contact:

Amaryllis Lopez, Executive Assistant

[email protected]

978-420-7920

www.elevatedthought.org

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Stand & Deliver - Academic Mentoring

Stand & Deliver is a site-based mentoring program of Family Services which provides one-on-one academic mentoring to nearly 100 Lawrence youth in partnership with some of the area’s most prestigious businesses including: New Balance, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Raytheon, and Schneider Electric.
 

Serving students of the Lawrence Public School System, Stand & Deliver fills the gaps in knowledge, skills and support necessary to pass the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) exam required for high school graduation in the state of Massachusetts.

 

For more information, please contact:

Gina St. Jean, Program Coordinator

[email protected]

978-327-6669

www.fsmv.org/youth-dev/mentoring/stand-deliver/

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Teen Corner

Our Library offers a wide range of resources and programs for all ages. For youth, we have a dedicated "Teen Corner" staffed by a Teen Coordinator ready to engage with youth with after school programming, and a summer camp.
For more information, please contact:
Allan Zapata, Teen Coordinator
978-620-3604

Engineering Outreach Program at MIT

Saturday Engineering Enrichment and Discovery (SEED) Academy is a five and a half year academic enrichment and career exploration program for public school students from Boston, Cambridge and Lawrence, Massachusetts who have a strong academic record and interest in science and engineering.

 

Each SEED Academy module focuses on a different technical discipline – from mechanical engineering to robotics to biological engineering. Through a hands-on instructional approach, students increase their mastery of academic subjects, strengthen their understanding of the practical application of math and science concepts, discover new academic and professional opportunities, and gain exposure to a college environment.

 

For more information, please contact:

Anahita Zare, SEED Academy Program Coordinator

[email protected]

617-253-5063

http://oeop.mit.edu/programs/seed

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