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YAI/National Institute For People With Disabilities NetworkFor more than 50 years, the YAI/NIPD Network has provided a place of hope and opportunity for people with developmental and learning disabilities and their families. We believe that every person, at every age and level of ability, has the potential for growth and is entitled to the same dignity, respect and opportunities as all other member of society We are committed to helping the people we serve to achieve their poetical for independence, individuality, productivity, and inclusion in their communities.
YEAR UP INCYear Up is a national non-profit organization that empowers urban young adults to move from poverty to professional careers and post-secondary education in one year via a high-caliber training program that combines technical and professional skill development with a six-month internship.
Year Up- New YorkYear Up New York is a one-year, intensive training program that provides low-income young adults with a combination of hands-on skill development, college credits, and corporate internships. We welcomed our first class in September 2006 and serve many urban young adults from across five boroughs.
YM&YWHA Of Washington Heights & Inwood, Inc.The YM & YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood is a multi-service community center that provides activities which meet the educational, recreational and social needs of the Jewish and general communities.
Young Astronaut TV showThe Young Astronaut Program a Saturday morning TV show is beginning in the fall on Time Warner Cable.
Young Dancers In RepertoryThe mission of Young Dancers In Repertory (YDR) is to provide professional training that fosters growth and communication through dance via creative educational arts programming and performances for children, youth and the general public.
Young People 4 Young PeopleYP4YP's programs engage at-risk youth in various peer led community service activities. Activities allow youth to become familiar with their community and sharpen youth soft and hard skills such as writing, reading, and conflict management.
YWCA of the City of New YorkThe YWCA NYC envisions a day when the diverse women of New York City, once seen as at risk or working poor, can sustain themselves and their families, and are empowered to define and attain their own unique goals and aspirations, contributing to strong communities, building a better New York.
Zone 126Zone 126 is driving community transformation for Astoria and Long Island City’s concentrated pockets of poverty in zip codes 11101, 11102, and 11106.