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DC Youth Corp

In an effort to narrow the divide between youth of color and the knowledge based economy, DC Youth Corps is a community-driven initiative to invest in youth of color by providing access to tech-enabled opportunities.

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Knowledge Capital

In 2016 FLYE organized a partnership within the Knowledge Capital coalition. Knowledge Capital is utilizing FLYE’s Professional Development Curriculum while combining Hybrid Tech Skills, Financial literacy and life skills. Knowledge Capital has aligned itself with the vision and approach of the My Brothers Keeper Alliance by applying innovative new strategies for improving outcomes for low-income disconnected youth.

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Eleanor Roosevelt Raiders

Sankofa is a word in the Twi language of Ghana that translates to “Go back and get it”. In a true effort to Sankofa our roots, we piloted FLYE’s first programmatic efforts at the high school of our Executive Director. For three years, we tested our methodology with student-athletes at Eleanor Roosevelt high school.  In its first year (2014), FLYE served 48 student-athletes at Eleanor Roosevelt High School. In 2015 and 2016, FLYE served 95 student athletes at Eleanor Roosevelt High School. 

Spotlight Events

FLYE creates innovative events specifically designed to meet the intersecting needs of young men of color, including providing safe spaces for discussing national events, workshops on financial literacy, and direct contributions of professional clothing to promote career readiness.

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