Child to Child Nepal works with the Junkiri Community Primary School in Pharping Valley, Nepal. We raise funds to purchase school supplies for the 100 students that attend Junkiri. With your help, we're turning our attention to the hardship girls face due to the lack of school sanitation facilities.
The Senegal Initiative emphasizes artisanal training as an economic alternative for poor, uneducated women who are pulled from schools at young ages and sent to marry or become domestic servants in far away cities. The program helps the women earn a profit with the skills they learn and to sell their products at the local level.
Bard Branches is committed to partnering with the Germantown community to support middle school students who want and need extra academic and social support through tutoring and creative projects.
Building Up Hudson was born out of the realization that genuine exchange occurs when communities differ. Building Up Hudson is about more than providing education and tutoring to students...our belief is that in order to build a strong community, the individuals living in that community must be self-empowered.
The Bard Model United Nations Conference (BardMUNC) is an educational conference that gives local students the opportunity to engage in the only low-cost high-impact conference of its kind in the Hudson Valley.
Harvesting Justice is committed to putting into conversation two pressing issues facing the greater upstate New York area: the mistreatment and inadequate availability of healthy food for prisoners in New York State and the decrease of small, local farms.
The Nicaragua Education Initiative is a multifaceted project that connects Bard students with Chacraseca, Nicaragua by promoting a greater sense of community, a new perspective, and creative outlets.
Brothers at Bard is a character development and academic enrichment mentorship program for young men of color from underserved communities.
Project Why: Bard is inspired by the NGO Project Why, which is based in the industrial slum sector of New Delhi, India. Project Why’s mission is simple: to answer the “why’s” articulated by this community. Why is government education inadequate? Why are girls not cared for? Why can’t people find jobs? Why are special needs persons ignored?
The Red Hook ESL Center has been offering free tutoring sessions in ESL for youth and adults of the greater Red Hook, Tivoli, Kingston, and Rhinebeck communities since 2002.
Dream to Achieve (DTA) started five years ago and has been very successful in its mission to promote higher education among students from Hudson, New York. Dream to Achieve has used basketball as a hook to create student interest in the program.
The Bard Palestinian Youth Initiative believes that constructive civil engagement, cultural exchange, and education are fundamental means to build a viable and sustainable Palestinian state.