We are thrilled to announce our Executive Director Danielle Middlebrooks and our Board Chair Marcus Daniels are recipients of the 2020 NBC4/Telemundo 44 Working 4 The Community Award! The pair, along with nonprofit leaders throughout DC and Maryland were awarded during the NBC4/T44 Black History Month Reception on February 25, 2020. “I’m honored to receive […]
Meet Jordan, a Community Youth Advance Mentoring to Manhood student: My name is Jordan Baxter; I am 14 years old and I have Autism. I have social, emotional speech and developmental delay. I currently run track, take martial arts every day and I attending Mentoring to Manhood. I currently attend Surrattsville High School located in Clinton, MD which […]
MISSION: Community Youth Advance transforms out-of-school (OST) time to help our youth thrive. Our OST programs fill existing gaps in local school communities and help our youth find pathways forward. We harness the power of community to help economically disadvantaged youth excel and achieve more in school and life. CYA Saturday School and Newton’s Thinkers […]
From Mentee to Mentor A Profile by: Jonathan Anderson Community Youth Advance Summer 2019 Intern Cavaggio is currently a mentor in Community Youth Advance’s Mentoring to Manhood(M2M) program. Cavaggio has been involved in the program for about 3 years now, but he started his journey as a mentee in the program when he was 10. […]
Community Youth Advance has been accepted into the Ready for Work Capacity Building Program presented by The Prince George’s County Council and Venture Philanthropy Partners (VPP), in partnership with Fair Chance DC. This 3-year cohort program is the result of the council’s expansion of its special partnership grant initiative designed to support nonprofit growth in Prince George’s County. The grant […]
Community Youth Advance joins Pat Muse to talk about the grant award, our programs, and our upcoming I’ll Always Love My Mama 5k.
Community Youth Advance was announced as one of the winners of NBCUniversal’s 2018 Project Innovation Grant Program.
“As an 8th grader at Kenmoor Middle, I excelled at football and basketball, and struggled in my classes. I was a C and D student. Sports had my full attention and that was a problem. I joined M2M for tutoring and mentoring. My mentors recognized my dedication to sports and helped me not only overcome […]