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After School Program

The after-school program is held at Harlem Renaissance High School and Vanguard High School throughout the week. The after-school program is held from 3:15-4:30 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at Harlem Renaissance and from 2:30-4:30 on Mondays,Tuesdays and Thursdays at Vanguard.  The program consists of mentoring, tutoring, SAT/ACT/Regents prep, life skills activities, college exploration, games, field trips and more.  All mentors and tutors are supervised by M.S.W. and L.M.S.W. certified staff.

Our program staff teach Advisory classes, SAT preparation classes, and college application workshops, among others, and often seek support from mentors and tutors to work individually or in small groups with students during these classes.

Finally, we encourage mentors and tutors to work one-on-one with students. The mentors/tutors and students can coordinate their schedules to accommodate this individual work either on-site at the partner school, at Hunter College, or in a public environment. 

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a mentor/tutor and what the programming schedule is, please review the following information and contact us at the start of the semester! There are three ways Hunter students can get involved in as a mentor/tutor for our program; as a Volunteer or for Work Study. Below is more information regarding applying to become a mentor/tutor.

At the beginning of each semester, we recruit a diverse group of both undergraduate and graduate students at Hunter College to serve as mentors and tutors in our program.  We seek mentors and tutors in all majors and minors, as we like to expose our high school students to the wonderfully diverse population that Hunter College has in order to broaden our students' perceptions and world views.

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The HCLPP always offers me and other students many opportunities. They help to prepare students for college and for life after high school. Without them, there would be no individual and personal guidance as to which way to go after high school, or how to be become the greatest person one can be.

- Cinetta, HCLPP Student


They gave me the support that I was not getting at home and helped open my eyes and see the best future I can have.

 -Yusmary, HCLPP Alumni


I learned how to become a better educator because of the personal time I was able to spend with my students. The students and I have formed such a strong bond that we keep pushing ourselves to try our best because we do not want to let each other down. HCLPP has refined my outlook on teaching and has truly helped me reach my potential as an educator.

 -Sajeda, HCLPP Mentor


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