New York, NY


Site Director: Jessica Kanoff
Phone: 203-848-9903



Cornelia Connelly Center

Cornelia Connelly Center champions girls at risk, empowering them to realize their full potential from middle school through college and beyond. Located in Manhattan, challenging, joyful middle school fosters skills, resilience and compassion while the innovative, holistic graduate program supports college aspirations and completion. Through Cornelia Connelly, a young woman learns to shine - transforming her life and her world.

Brooklyn Jesuit Prep

Brooklyn Jesuit Prep is a Catholic Jesuit middle school serving low-income families of diverse races, ethnicities and faiths in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. Their mission is to develop young leaders who are intellectually competent, open to growth, loving, religious and committed to doing justice. They achieve this goal through a rigorous academic program during an extended school day, a residential summer leadership camp and a graduate support program offering academic and tuition support through high school. In this way, they are breaking the cycle of poverty through education and furthering the Jesuit tradition of molding men and women for others.

Brilla College Prep: Seton Teaching Fellows

Brilla College Preparatory Charter School (“Brilla College Prep”), a K-8 school in the classical tradition, helps students to grow intellectually, socially, and physically into young men and women of good character and spirit, and to be prepared for excellence in high school, college and beyond. Located in the Bronx community Mott Haven, Brilla continues to grow in class size each year. The focus on the core values of Courage, Wisdom, Justice, and Self Control.

I Have a Dream Foundation - NYC

The mission of the “I Have A Dream” Foundation - New York (IHDF-NY) is to motivate and empower children living in low-income communities to reach their educational and career potential by providing a long-term program of academic support, mentoring, enrichment and tuition assistance for higher education. Today, less than 40% of children in underserved communities will graduate high school, and only 10% will earn a bachelor’s degree. IHAD-NY is changing this reality by providing a program of academic support and a comprehensive youth development program for our ‘Dreamers,’ from their early elementary years all the way through college. Upon high school graduation, each Dreamer receives tuition assistance for higher education.


Notre Dame Mission Volunteers - AmeriCorps
5405 Loch Raven Blvd
Baltimore, MD 21239
Phone:(410) 532-6864 - Fax: (410) 532-2418


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