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CYC was founded upon a game-changing model that unites volunteers, school districts, and local businesses to create a network of support for our students.
CYC empowers vulnerable children and young adults to overcome obstacles and succeed in education, career, and life.
Impact data that covers the lifetime of CYC. CYC is constantly growing, serving more students, recruiting more volunteers, and working with more organizations every year.
Recent data predict that learning loss in reading proficiency will reach 30% in the ’20-’21 school year, while learning loss in math will likely reach 50%, disproportionately impacting children of color. The effects on the overall emotional health of underserved students in the urban core is not yet known, though experts believe that this year will result in students experiencing challenges in ways not previously imagined. Therefore, it is clear that improving education support, particularly now, is an important social determinant of overall student health. CYC is committed to ensuring our young people have the skills and support to succeed.
CYC offers a number of services to students and their families.
#AlwaysCYC The Impact Preparing students to graduate high school and succeed in college. Beginning in junior high and continuing through college, advisors guide students to plan and prepare for post-secondary opportunities. College Advisors work on-site inRead More
#AlwaysCYC The Impact Research shows that mentored students have better academic and attendance records, higher promotion rates/lower dropout rates, and increased levels of self-esteem. In just one hour or less a week, CYC mentors provide encouragement and guidanceRead More
#AlwaysCYC The Impact 95% of CYC seniors successfully transferred to job, college, or military in the 2016-2017 school year. Through a one-credit high school elective, CYC career specialists keep at-risk students, including foster care youth, in school and on theRead More
Our team really needs volunteers to work with our students. Those who are willing and have the desire to help those in need. If you are ready to change the world for the better, we look forward to having you join us!