Aim High at Home

PARTNERSHIP PROFILE

Shared goal(s): Provide student access to learning technology, Support youth during out-of-school time activities

Description: 

This summer’s program emphasized social-emotional wellness at a time when our students desperately needed community and connection. Aim High’s engaging and culturally relevant project-based curriculum was adapted for distance learning. Aim High focuses on academic engagement and social-emotional support in the name of preventing summer slide and closing the achievement and opportunity gap.

Web site: https://www.aimhigh.org/news/blog/take-a-walk-through-the-last-five-weeks-of-aim-high-at-home/

Lead organization partners: School Districts Bay Area and Northern California (San Francisco and Oakland), Local Community Organizations (Canal Alliance, Boys and Girls Club, SEO Scholars), San Francisco Unified

Kinds of organization: Community-based Non-profit Organization, Direct Service Non-profit Organization

Participant population: Youth (Ages 14-17 or Grades 9-12), Youth (Ages 5-13 or Grades K-8)

Youth development support targetted: Mental Health/Wellness/Mindfulness

Primary funding source: Corporate Sponsorship (including in-kind donations, matching gifts, volunteer program), Government Entity/Grant, Private Philanthropic Foundation

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SUPPORT DETAILS: INITIATIVE, PROGRAM, SERVICE

Timeframe: Summer 2020

Location: California

Total capacity: 1,100

Health and safety: Not applicable; We are not providing in-person supports.

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Contact information: 

Alec Lee
alee@aimhigh.org

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