The Bridge Project uses three primary program components to provide educational supports and opportunities to youth and families. The Project serves a continuum of youth from preschool through college. Each of the three program components includes a number of distinct opportunities for children, youth, and parents. Located in Denver, Colorado, within four (4) public housing communities (Lincoln Park [serving North Lincoln, South Lincoln, & Sun Valley], Columbine, Westwood, and Quigg Newton), we offer after-school and summer programming for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade, an individual tutoring program, literacy, art, technology, and many others. We also offer STEM programming, Pre-collegiate guidance, and a scholarship program. It is not necessary for students to be living in public housing to register.
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The Bridge Project's mission is to provide educational opportunities for children living in Denver's public housing neighborhoods so they graduate from high school and attend college or learn a trade.
Bridge children and youth ages 3 – 18 will achieve their academic potential in school and graduate from high school. All children and youth who participate in the Bridge Project will continue to make academic gains during the summer months. Bridge participants who graduate from high school will have the resources to earn a college or associate degree, gain occupational training, or succeed in employment. Bridge families will support their children's academic experiences and will be committed to creating a safe and nurturing environment for all children in their community.
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