In 2017, the Osborne Association joined our network of community partners. As one of the leading criminal justice organizations in New York City providing support to families and children whose lives are touched by incarceration, their mission and our own were a natural fit. Learn more.
Here at Give Back, we believe that mentoring is a critical ingredient in youth development. One of our mentors, Diana Archer, serves students at the Osborne Association, a Give Back partner. Learn more about Diana’s work and impact.
Meet our newest Give Back staff member from our New York Chapter!
Each region of the Give Back Program holds a summit to provide an opportunity for scholars, families, and college representatives to engage one another and create a support group for the scholars in the program. Check out some highlights from the New York Summit.
Follow along with New York scholar, Sandra, as she shares with us what a typical school day is like.
From standardized testing to researching future careers, it’s no surprise many students stress over the biggest piece of the puzzle: college applications. Check out some tips and tricks to impress college admissions.
John Jast is a proud Give Back alum and graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Now residing in Morrow, OH with his wife and eight children, John enjoys spending time on their farm with his wife and kids. Learn more about the Jast family.
Join Give Back scholar, Marchelino Widarsono, as he walks us through a typical school day at Newtown High School in New Jersey.
Give Back alumna, Megan Corrigan, begins her full-time position as an audiologist this summer. Learn more about Megan’s journey and her hopes to use her education to serve underprivileged communities.
In 1988, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed the month of May National Foster Care Month. Read more on the history of foster care in the United States.