AAFE Youth and Family Development
AAFE Youth Center
Intergenerational Digital Lab
Our Vision is a world where low-Income, immigrant, youth of color are empowered in their communities.
We value the leadership of low-income and immigrant youth of color. We develop critically conscious and active social change agents by offering a supportive community, leadership development programming, and college and career counseling.
COMPASS High offers project-based learning opportunities to 9th and 10th grade students, engaging them over the school year in skill-building activities and nurturing youth interest with opportunities for student voice and activism. COMPASS offers transition support and counseling services to help students stay on track until the 10th grade. Learn more about the COMPASS program here.
AAFE CASTLE aims to empower high school students in the 11th and 12th grades to engage in service-learning projects and become agents of social change in their communities. Bi-weekly meetings (twice a week) aim to develop leadership skills and civic engagement experience. CASTLE youths also explore post-secondary options through workshops, college trips, and job shadowing. Learn more about the CASTLE program here.
AAFE’S College Counselor works with high school students (9th to 12th grade) as they navigate the pathway to college. Through one on one meetings, Youth Leader support, workshops, and resource sharing, we offer students the information they need to guide them through the college process from applications, to financial aid, and commitment decisions.
upcoming aafe Youth events
These are events that are run by our AAFE Youth Team! Join us!
AAFE Youth Halloween Party
Join us for our Halloween Party on Zoom! Come through for candy, games, and prizes!!
Raffles tickets for attending, wearing a costume and for each friend you invite!!
We will have an AMONG US tournament!!
Sign up here: bit.ly/aafehalloween2020