A global network of youth organizations whose mission is "engaging youth to reach their fullest potential while advancing the field of youth development." They have been a gracious host of our All-Star University camps for two years.
An alliance of public, private, and nonprofit groups committed to raising awareness and expanding resources for afterschool programs. ASAS DC played an active role in their campaign to secure the continuation of 21st CCLC funding at the federal level.
Alliance for a Healthier Generation:
An organization that aims to reduce the prevalence of childhood obesity and to empower kids to develop lifelong, healthy habits. The Alliance played an important role in our healthy eating curriculum during the 2015 All-Star University.
The Arts Group is a group of media professionals with a passion for arts excellence. Their unique opportunities empower creatives with the tools and support they need to excel at the next level.
An organization that uses the game of chess to help children learn to think strategically, increase their self-esteem, and develop self-discipline and positive social skills. They have been program partners in all of our schools sites and we plan to bring their programming to all of our expansion schools.
Code for Life:
Code For Life by Ocado Technology helps support and deliver new computer science curriculum with the aim of equipping every child in the country with “coding survival skills” that will enable them to flourish in an increasingly digital world.
Community in Schools Nation’s Capital (CISNC):
Works to surround students with a community of support. CISNC is a partner at both Hart and Stuart-Hobson Middle Schools, where we refer students to one another in order to make sure that support is provided during school hours as well as after-school.
Community Wealth Partners: a consulting firm that helps non-profit organizations become more self-sustaining through social enterprise ventures.
Provides developmentally based psychotherapy and clinical mental health services (individual and group) to kids and families in Washington, DC.
DC SCORES goes where kids in need are and creates neighborhood teams that give kids the confidence and skills to succeed on the playing field, in the classroom, and in life.
Multinational professional services firm that provides audit, tax, and advisory services. A member of the Deloitte senior leadership sits on our board, and they have volunteered in our schools during Deloitte Impact Day.
Program that promotes life skills and leadership through the game of golf at Stuart-Hobson Middle School.
George Washington University:
Hosted CampUs in 2014 and played a large role in CHH 2015 with members of the athletic and marketing departments to speak about the importance of discipline in sports and life.
Girls on the Run (GOTR):
A transformative learning program for 8 to 13-year-old girls that inspires girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. GOTR are teaching classes this spring at both Hart and Stuart-Hobson Middle Schools.
Insight Property Group:
DC based real estate development firm. We have a member of their leadership sitting on our board, and together with our DC Program Manager, we have created “Aspiring Architects” a class at Stuart-Hobson, where students learn the ins and outs of real estate development.
Joy of Motion:
Aims to provide the highest quality dance education and performance experiences that reinforce the principle that the art of dance is for everyone. Joy of Motion is currently teaching our Stuart-Hobson Middle School students.
McDermott Will & Emery:
International law firm. A partner sits on our board, and they have assisted our Stuart-Hobson students in the DC GeoPlunge competition.
Monumental Sports & Entertainment:
A community driven enterprise that showcases the best teams and best entertainment venues in the greater Washington DC area. Were able to secure a grant through Monumental that awarded us free sports equipment for all of our programs.
A bipartisan, cross-sector, national campaign to expand economic mobility and restore the American Dream. They were featured during All-Star University last year and taught students about the opportunity gap.
Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE):
The office charged with raising the quality of education for all DC residents. We were this year’s recipient of the OSSE Physical Activity for Youth Grant, helping us bring our Sports as a Hook curriculum to our Hart Middle School students.
Patriot Technology Training Center:
“Empowering students through technology” by increasing the number of students entering STEM fields, leading towards college, education, and career paths in STEM.
A foundation whose model is rooted in the belief that a small, diverse group of talented students – a Posse – carefully selected and trained, can serve as a catalyst for increased individual and community development. Each summer Posse Scholars mentor our students during CampUs.
Proskauer Rose LLP:
International law firm with a partner sitting on our board. Proskauer has been a key player in the Career Exploration Opportunities curriculum for Stuart-Hobson with bi-monthly fieldtrips to their DC office.
Red Sprinkle :
The mission of Red Sprinkle Fashion Bootcamp is to provide year-round workforce development programs for youth that will expose them to career options in various fields, particularly fashion and media/entertainment. Red Sprinkle facilitates programs that focus on facets of both respective industries including: fashion entrepreneurship; fashion design and construction; fashion marketing; modeling/presentation; and grooming. Through experiential learning experiences that focus on hands-on training, youth increase their knowledge of career options in creative industries.
Tech Bridge :
Inspires girls to discover a passion for technology, science, and engineering. Through hands-on learning, they empower the next generation of innovators and leaders.
Teaches positive character development in America’s youth through the watching of inspiring movies and engagement in dynamic discussions.
Urban Debate League:
DC Urban Debate ensures every student, regardless of their socioeconomic or racial background, to experience speech and debate in order to break barriers and exceed expectations to enter competitive colleges and 4-year Universities.
Write Brain Books:
A company that makes richly illustrated, textless books, with lines on the pages, ready for any writer’s content. Designed to ignite and inspire creativity and imagination in kids of all ages, these books have been an important part of the Academic Hour at Hart Middle School.
Youth Service America:
A resource center that partners with thousands of organizations committed to increasing the quality and quantity of volunteer opportunities for young people. Each year members of our Youth Advisory Board partner with YSA to complete service projects in DC. ASAS DC was recently chosen as a DC Lead Agency for 2017 Global Youth Service Day.