PBHA’s Recent Immigrant Term-time Enrichment (RITE) pairs recently immigrated high school students with college-age tutors for academic, English language, and college preparation support.
PBHA’s Keylatch Mentoring fosters one-on-one relationships between college-age mentors and middle school students living in Boston's South End.
PBHA’s David Walker Scholars works with young men in Boston to develop positive life skills and create a sense of black cultural and historical pride.
PBHA's Chinatown Big Sibling program establishes one-on-one mentoring relationships between college students and young people living in Chinatown.
CHANCE works with students at local high schools to develop the desire, support, and motivation to gain admission to college and to succeed there and beyond.
BRYE Teen supports recently immigrated teenagers in Dorchester as they build English skills and learn to navigate a new cultural environment.
PBHA's BRYE 1-2-1 is a big sibling program for recent immigrant and refugee youth living in Dorchester.
PBHA’s Alternative Spring Break program runs public service trips across the United States during Harvard's Spring Break.