A HOME. AN EDUCATION. AND A FUTURE.
Boys Hope Girls Hope of New York helps motivated high school students rise above disadvantaged backgrounds. We work hard to strategize different ways we can bridge gaps to resources that help better prepare our scholars for their future.
These resources consist of internships, academic programming, career-readiness, college preparation and providing safe spaces for their development.
residential boarding program
scholars in comprehensive academy programs
working toward their degrees
total young people
who are motivated
to achieve their potential
To nurture and guide motivated young people in need
to become well-educated, career-ready men and women for others.
HOPE IN ACTION
One of the goals of Boys Hope Girls Hope is to provide social, emotional, and mental health support. While we work primarily with the amazing scholars, we are also here for the families, the parents, the guardians, and loved ones of the scholars. Nothing we do here...
Boys Hope Girls Hope of New York Partners with St. Joseph’s University to Launch a New Grant Funded Summer Program
BROOKLYN, NY - MARCH, 16TH, 2023 - Boys Hope Girls Hope of New York (BHGHNY) is pleased to announce that it is collaborating with St. Joseph's University (SJNY) to provide a summer humanities course to its high school scholars, supported by a $230,000 grant from...
In honor of Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., The Department of Africana Studies at John Jay College established the Malcolm/King Leadership Award in 1990 - along with the Malcolm/King Breakfast, which always takes place on the last Friday in February. The...
Blog post from Boys Hope Girls Hope Network Headquarters BlogBoys Hope Girls Hope is excited to highlight team members whose time serving on the team has had a major impact on scholars, collegians, alumni, and colleagues. This month, we’re chatting with Lysandra...
"I know that I want to work in an educational setting or for an organization like Boys Hope Girls Hope.” Latoya Holmes, a junior at Hofstra University majoring in Business Administration, is one of 25 Boys Hope Girls Hope collegians who are a part of the Boys Hope...
“I decided to put myself out there and see what happens.”Each year thousands of high school students apply to The Posse Foundation, a national organization that identifies, recruits, and trains students who show extraordinary leadership and academic potential....
Josiah Casildo grew up in what he describes as one of the roughest neighborhoods in the South Bronx with his three older siblings, his father who immigrated to the US from Guatemala and his mother from Honduras. He did his best in school and often translated...
"What gives me hope for the future is this generation, with young folks who not only show up and show out for causes that they believe in but also actively educate others who are not so informed. I definitely know that we will all change the world. We're just...
"Boys Hope Girls Hopetaught me aboutbrotherhood and relationships." Malique Williams grew up in Long Island as the eldest of three siblings. Much of his childhood was spent running, and Malique became a regional track and field star as he progressed in school. He...