FYI works with 1,500 children and teens during the school day, after school, and in the summer.
Welcome Program: Afterschool, Weekend and Summer Camp Programs for 310 children in grades pre K – 5 provide a variety of education, arts, recreation, and social-emotional activities. Staff follow highly structured reading curricula to address students’ comprehension, decoding skills, spelling, and phonemic awareness. In the course of a year, Welcome offers 1100 hours of face time with each participant.
Middle School - Afterschool and Summer Camp (at Amistad Dual Language School and FYI Headquarters) for 140 middle school students provide intensive developmental and school supports
College Access For All Program: assists 460 seventh grade students (during the school day and at their schools - IS 143, MS 324, and MS 322) to begin planning, thinking about, and experiencing college.
Gregorio Luperon High School: a comprehensive social services, counseling, and crisis intervention program for the school’s 520 students, as well as youth development after school programs including Technology; College Access; STEM and Literacy Tutoring; and Healthy Lives.
High School at FYI Headquarters: Sixty high school students attend services at our headquarters, participating in tutoring, service, leadership, college access and employment programs.
High School Summer Job Training: various placements for 20-30 teens each summer, providing job training and career preparation skills.