Partnerships

AUP 2016-2017 PARTNERSHIPS



Make the Road NY - AIDP Grant
The grant will allow UWNYC to bolster resources for community-based partnerships, improving academics and attendance rates for more than 40,000 New York City students over the course of four years. UWNYC designed the attendance improvement initiative, and will provide quality assurance to assist the NYC DOE, New York City schools and community-based organizations in implementing the program.
Contact
Jessica Taube, LMSW
Bushwick Campus Community School Coordinator
Make the Road New York
301 Grove Street
Brooklyn, NY 11237
W:(718)418-7690 x 1295
C:(646)299-0260
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow - Anchor UP Project
OBT partners with AUP in providing College and Career Readiness workshops for our Mexican American and Mexican Immigrant students and families.
Contact:
Nathalie Lynn
Anchoring Achievement in Mexican Communities Coordinator
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow
280 Wyckoff Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237

P: 718-381-3222
F: 718-381-3220
lgarbes@obtjobs.org

Y-PLAN
Y-PLAN (Youth – Plan, Learn, Act, Now) is an award-winning educational strategy that empowers young people to tackle real-world problems in their communities through project-based civic learning experiences.
Y-PLAN has engaged thousands of young people and dozens of schools, teachers, and civic partners across the United States and around the world. AUP Seniors will partner with a civic organization or office in NYC to devise a solution to an urban issue.  Y-Plan is a NYC DOE and University of Berkeley partnership.
Churches United for Fair Housing (CUFFH)
is a grassroots organization that works towards community empowerment through community organizing, youth engagement, and by providing sophisticated social services. CUFFH organizes towards preserving and creating vibrant communities that are not exclusive and are really affordable to working families in New York City. CUFFH will help mentor and facilitate workshops with AUP students on leadership development and community advocacy.


Contact
Rob Solano
Co-Executive Director
66 Whipple Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206
AVID - Advancing Via Individual Determination
AVID Secondary (grades 7-12) develops learning, study and academic behavioral skills that are essential to success in rigorous coursework. It acts as a catalyst for schools to develop a culture of college readiness for all students across the campus. In the AVID Elective class, students receive daily instruction and support to prepare them for college from a trained AVID Elective teacher. AVID impacts students schoolwide as academic strategies like writing to learn, inquiry, collaboration, organizational skills, and critical reading (WICOR ) are taught in all classes by teachers who have been trained to use AVID strategies in their specific content areas.
Deutsche Bank
Deutsche is a financial partner who provides funding our partnership with OBT in implementing a College and Career Readiness program targeting Mexican American and Mexican immigrants.
Contact:
Nicole Rodriguez Leach
Vice President
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
60 Wall Street, 10005-2836 New York, NY, USA
Tel. +1(212)250-0566
Fax +1(212)797-2255
Email nicole.leach@db.com
College NOW
College NOW at Medgar Evers offers our students the opportunity to enroll in pre-college courses and  earn college credits while still in high school.
Contact:
1150 Carroll Street
Suite 302
Brooklyn, NY 11225
Phone: (718) 270-6413
Fax: (718) 270-6435
collegenow@mec.cuny.edu
Tribeca Film Institute
Partners with our Film Studies classes to create student films that focus on community issues and student voice.
Contact:
32 Avenue of the Americas, 27FL
New York, NY 10013
Tel 212 274 8080 Fax 212 274 8081
Summer Search
Recruits our 10th grade students to participate in community impact projects throughout the Tri-State and prepare selected students for college and career readiness with partial financial support.
Contact:
90 Broad Street, Suite 701
New York, NY 10004
T (212) 248-7401
F (212) 685-7081
Read Alliance - After-school Jobs
New York City teens over the age of 14 are eligible to apply for paid tutoring jobs. Selected teens attend a 2.5 hour after-school training to learn our curriculum, how to work with young children, and the expectations of a paid job. Trained teens volunteer for three afternoons and then become paid tutors, working 1.5 hours after-school, three or four days each week, for five to six months.
Contact:
80 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038
(646) 867-6100
Global Potential
GP provides opportunities for students from AUP to participate in an international community impact project in order build leadership and team building skills.  Students travel abroad for a 6-8 week time period.
Contact:
Pablo Venturino
Program Coordinator
www.facebook.com/globalpotential
952-594-2510




One Goal: College Graduation Period
OneGoal supports students who are underserved by existing school programs and whose college prospects are extremely limited by providing them with the daily support of an excellent teacher who is committed to ensuring that they make it to and through college. In doing so, we offer our OneGoal partners a unique complement to the work already being done by school college offices and guidance counselors.
Contact:
Nikki Thompson
Executive Director
OneGoal—New York
OneGoal – New York
55 Exchange Place, Suite 503
New York, NY 10005
Phone: 646.837.9732
Posse Foundation
Recruits AUP Seniors for a competitive scholarship fund and provides college counseling throughout their college tenure.
14 Wall Street, Suite 8A-60
New York, NY 10005
Tel: (212) 405-1691
Fax: (212) 405-1698
newyork@possefoundation.org
Love Heals (LEAP FOR GIRLS)
Teaching Artists work with our students for social emotional support through self-esteem and team building exercises.
Contact:
2 Fifth Avenue, #2Q,
New York, NY 10011 T:212-529-7935
F:212-529-7932