LEARNING TO WORK

The Mission Society’s Learning to Work (LTW) program serves over-age and under-credited students across seven transfer public high schools in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. LTW addresses the education opportunity gap experienced in under-resourced communities, and alleviates barriers to high school graduation, attending college, and finding employment.

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ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

In coordination with classroom and administrative staff, the Mission Society supports Academic Achievement through providing tutoring and Regents preparation support, encouraging student attendance through direct outreach, and conducting home visits to prevent learning loss.

CAREER EXPLORATION 

& READINESS

Each year, we emphasize the importance of Career Exploration & Readiness by facilitating paid internships so students can see what opportunities are available to them post-graduation. Additionally, we offer trainings to help young people build vital skills and boost their confidence around joining the workforce.

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COLLEGE ACCESS

We actively support the pursuit of post-secondary education and increase College Access by organizing college tours, as well as helping students navigate prerequisites, applications, and financial aid processes.

COUNSELING & SUPPORT

Social Workers provide weekly Counseling & Support and share referrals to critical services to address the important issues that impact students’ emotional health. We also create social groups, sports teams, and service learning programs to help students strengthen their emotional well-being.

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Since 1812

646 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037

Phone: 212.674.3500  

Fax: 212.979.5764

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