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Programs Summary

Life Pieces engages boys and young men through three main programs:

After School Program -- This program engages about 105 apprentices in rigorous after-school homework assistance, tutoring, literacy training, math skill development and computer training. Our location at Drew Elementary School in Washington, DC is open to apprentices six days a week from 3:30-7:30 after school during the week, and during flexible hours on the weekends.

For more about our After School Program, click here.

Saturday Academy -- This program takes place three Saturdays per month for five hours, offering African American male high school students training in our Human Development System as well as engaging them in a series of interactive workshops focused on life skill building for college-bound students. Topics covered include: resume building, mock interviews, essay writing, financial management, college preparedness, study skills.

For more about Saturday Academy, click here.

For a story about Kasim, one of our Saturday Academy mentors, click here.

Summer Program -- "Connecting Communitites Across The Globe," a six-week program with a global perspective. For more on our Summer Program, click here.

Education ArchitectsTM (New in 2014!) -- LPTM will be launching this  innovative approach to help youth be more receptive to learning, prepare them for the workforce and help them develop leadership skills.  

Our vision for Education Architects is to:

  • Develop the leadership of young men of color ages 18 – 25.
  • Increase men of color motivated to seek careers in education and social work.
  • Motivate our young men to become teachers, principals, social workers, philanthropists, and work and volunteer in organizations serving low income communities.
  • Provide positive male role models to children in a classroom setting.
 

Latest News

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Life Pieces To Masterpieces is proud to be selected as "One of the best small charities in the Greater Washington region."

 

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