EYTE’s programming includes college access and enrichment, career readiness, mentoring, financial literacy, health and wellness activities, sports training, and civic engagement.
The College Care Package Drive is for students who are attending college locally or who live on campus away from home to receive a care package box with goods and food to help them throughout the school year. The goal is for students to know that there is a community of people, along with their parents, who “Care”.
During the fall and winter, the EYTE team collects hats, scarves, and other winter clothes to giveaway to those in need and the less fortunate. Any and all donations for this event, whether it be an in-person drop-off of clothing or money donations, go toward providing for those who are in need of warm clothing during the cold seasons.
Click here to sign up for notifications on upcoming clothing drives at Nehemiah Park.
EYTE hosts the Play Street program in Nehemiah Park to encourage movements, literacy education, and creativity throughout the summer break. The Play Street program includes activities such as arts & crafts basketball training, and storytime.
Click here to learn more about our summer program
In addition to the Play Street Program, EYTE conducts the Looking Backward Looking Forward Project for middle school and high school students to learn more about the history of their community, learn new skills, and if applicable, earn community service hours.
Click here to learn more about L.B.L.F.