CHAPOP aims to prevent school dropout and promote perseverance in studies by academic support, also promoting science and technology. They offer tutoring programs for youth as well as educational outings to museums.
DESTA offers a culturally-relevant workforce development program for individuals with little-to-no work experience or who have been away from the labour force for some time. Employability and soft skills workshops are offered alongside individual employment counseling. DESTA also provides temporary work placement and on-site paid training.
The mission of the DBYLC is to foster the development of honest citizens, good and kind young people and building positive leaders. This mission is carried out through a variety of youth activities that have as their finality education, prevention, and leadership training. We implement an active leadership presence that develops trustworthy and nurturing friendships in a safe and supervised environment. Through mentorship, we provide opportunities for today's youth culture to share their gifts and talents for the betterment of others and our community. Programs include summer camp; youth zone; tutoring.
F.A.C.E.S works with and seek to inspire ALL youth but especially those who are vulnerable and at-risk. Whether the challenge be homelessness, aging out of foster care, abuse, neglect, physical, mental, or intellectual disability, our mandate is to assist those young adults to the lack of natural support needed to effect positive change in their lives. Their mission is to ensure that our youth adopt the skills they need to be successful in life.
The school support program consists of structured and intensive youth intervention services for children aged 6 to 17 who are experiencing difficulties at school. These interventions take shape in the form of school workshops after school hours. During the small group tutoring workshops, facilitators provide students with the encouragement and methodological help they need to learn their lessons and complete their homework. The program focuses on a personalised approach based on small successes.
LEARN (Leading English Education and Resource Network) is a non-profit educational organization with a mandate to serve the English-speaking community of Quebec. LEARN accomplishes this by offering a wide range of resources and services at no charge. These services and resources include elementary and secondary level teaching tools and content; professional learning; community, school, and parental support; as well as a full range of online services through the LEARN Virtual Campus.
Literacy Quebec is a network that connects and represents community-based literacy organizations, empowering people, impacting lives, and building a stronger society.
To meet the homework help needs of children aged 6 to 12, the MDFSL after school project Après l’école offers homework assistance in the community during the school year combined with sports and recreational activities to encourage healthy lifestyle habits, develop a positive attitude toward school, and improve self-esteem.
The mission is to welcome, educate, integrate and improve the living conditions of people of Haitian, Afro-descendant, and immigrant origin. Dedicated to defending their rights and promoting their participation in the development of the host society, Maison d'Haïti's work is based on a civic approach that will enable them to speak out and participate actively in society. Maison d'Haïti's work centres on six focus areas: Education, Family, Women, Integration, Youth, and the Arts Centre. It develops activities for its participants in the areas of education, immigration, integration, support for young people and families, women's empowerment, and economic, social, and cultural inclusion.
NJCA is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to support the academic and social perseverance of girls by using creativity as an intervention tool.
Native Montreal is partnering with Homework Zone to offer weekly homework help without an appointment on Zoom, to young people aged 10 to 16. Homework Zone (HZ) is a free after-school program to help students with homework and build community through small group tutoring, workshops, and mentoring relationships with McGill University student volunteers.
The award-winning Pathways to Education Program provides the supports youth need to overcome the barriers they face and graduate from high school. These supports include: tailored student plan, tutoring, social support, mentoring, finacial support, planning for life after school.
RECLAIM provides free and confidential literacy services to the English-speaking population of greater Montreal. Using trained volunteers, the organization focuses on providing tutoring services tailored to individual learners' needs in an understanding and supportive environment. Their focus is mainly on adult learners, that is learners who could not attend classes due to ill-health, child care considerations, work schedule difficulties or other factors.
Share the Warmth’s Tutoring program was developed in 2010 in response to the high dropout rate in Point Saint-Charles (one of the highest in the province). The tutors have noticed an upsurge of learning disabilities in children from their program in recent years. In 2021, the specialized tutoring program was born as a direct response to the community’s needs.
Welcome Hall Mission’s Children’s Services team collaborates with families to support children in their academic efforts on a daily basis. Children are much more likely to persevere and go on to graduate when they are equipped with study tools and effective strategies for getting their work done. Their academic support program also includes a personal development component with sports activities, themed workshops, and opportunities to express creativity!
Whether you want your child to learn a new language or to improve his or her language skills, the YMCA International Language School is here to help. Their qualified and dedicated teachers help children of all levels learn or improve their language skills. To make sure young students acquire strong conversational skills, they offer multi-level programs that complement their regular school programs.
The YMCA offers: Social inclusion and reintegration services for offenders and people experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness; A TeenZone for 12- to 17-year-olds with sports, recreational, and leadership activities, homework help, and a program geared to students suspended from school; Activities for kids between 6 and 12 years of age; early childhood development activities.