Liberty Partnership

Liberty Partnership Program is funded by a state grant through the NYS Department of Education. Liberty provides services to students both inside school as well as through community activities/field trips related to student mentorship and academic support.

"For our Youth, For our Future"

Addressing Barriers

The goal of the program is to address barriers that students have which prevent them from being fully successful. Common barriers include poor coping skills, difficulties with academic tasks, challenges with organization, or poor social confidence. Liberty aims to remove these barriers in order to promote interests in post-secondary education, vocational training, and employment.

Services

Liberty provides services to students both inside school as well as through community activities/field trips related to student mentorship and academic support. These services include college tours, career awareness/exploration, cultural and enrichment activities, community services projects, and homework assistance/tutoring. The program offers lunch time and after school support as well.

What Types of Students Benefit from the Program?

Students who are referred to Liberty are screened in the following areas:
• Connections (family, teacher, peer)
• Stress (academic, social, basic needs)
• General well-being
• Motivation (enjoyment of school and finding school meaningful
• Importance of education
• Confidence (school, social)

Referral Process

Email Steve Hall, OMS Program Coordinator at oliver.life@bcs1.org
Steve will connect with the student as well as his/her family to determine if the program is a good fit for them.


 
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