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Program Locators and Directories
Use these map-based platforms to help you find youth serving organizations.

 

AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS DIRECTORY - KANSAS CITY, OAKLAND, SAN JOSE
https://www.inplay.org/
From the website: "InPlay is a non-profit whose mission is to connect kids to summer and afterschool programs that ignite their individual interests and talents, thereby reducing the achievement gap.  The site hosts a map-based directory of afterschool programs for Kansas City, Oakland and San Jose, California.

 

AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH IN NYC - COMPASS NYC
https://growingupnyc.cityofnewyork.us/programs/compass/
From the web site: This is the " Comprehensive After School System of NYC (COMPASS NYC) | NYC Department of Youth & Community Development.  Students can join one of hundreds of free afterschool programs in NYC through COMPASS NYC. COMPASS programs can offer homework help, sports, arts, and more. They are free and located all over the city.

ARTLOOK - MAP OF CHICAGO ARTS EDUCATION ORGANIZATIONS
https://www.ingenuity-inc.org/data-research/artlook/
From the web site: "Search for community arts organizations by name or by neighborhood, CPS network, discipline offered, or zip code. Search results will locate arts organizations that meet your criteria and the CPS schools they offers programs to, and map these schools in relation to each specific arts partner."

BIGBURGH - RESOURCES FOR HOMELESS YOUTH IN PITTSBURGH
https://www.bigburgh.com/
This is a comprehensive platform that anyone can use to search for resources to support homeless population in Pittsburgh, PA area.  Take some time to get to know it.

 

CENTER FOR FAITH AND COMMUNITY HEALTH TRANSFORMATION - MAP/DIRECTORY
https://www.faithhealthtransformation.org/directory/
This is another use of interactive maps to provide a searchable directory of organizations in the Chicago region working for community well-being.

CHICAGO NON-SCHOOL TUTORING, MENTORING PROGRAMS MAP
https://tutormentor.blogspot.com/2020/02/help-youth-tutor-mentor-learning.html
This is a map created by Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC to help planners understand where tutor/mentor programs are located in Chicago and to help parents, volunteers and donors connect with such programs. It's one of several ways we try to share this information. 

CHICAGO PEACE HUB MAP/DIRECTORY
https://www.chicagoresourcehub.com/blog/
You can sort by type of program and population served and map will show organizations in Chicago area fitting that search. Does not single out mentoring or tutoring as a category.

CHICAGO URBAN AGRICULTURAL MAPPING PROJECT
https://cuamp.org/
From the website: "The Chicago Urban Agriculture Mapping Project (CUAMP) is an ongoing collaboration between individuals, organizations, businesses and institutions that has sought to collaboratively map and inventory urban agriculture and community gardens in Chicago since 2010. It includes everything from small residential gardens to commercial urban farms. With an interactive map and directory that link to detailed profiles for each growing site, CUAMP aims to provide the public with a comprehensive and constantly evolving look at the state of urban agriculture in Chicagoland."

CHICAGO'S SUSTAINABILITY NETWORK LEADERS MAP
https://chicagoleaders.net/map/
From the website: "CSLN connects grassroots leaders from communities across Chicago to share resources, support each other’s work, collaborate, build a stronger collective voice, and nurture equitable and impactful relationships with policy makers."  CSLN maintains a network directory/map, showing several hundred organizations, that can be viewed by category.

COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS - CHICAGO PARTNER LIST
https://www.cisofchicago.org/partners/community-partners/
This is a list of community partner organizations that have committed their time, energy and resources to impacting the lives of Chicago public school students by partnering with Communities In Schools of Chicago.   Use this list along with other program locators to build your understanding of youth serving organizations throughout the region.

DIRECTORY OF CHICAGO YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS - COMMUNITY MEDIA WORKSHOP
http://www.chicagoistheworld.org/notalone/directory-of-youth-organizations/
This is a list of Chicago youth serving organizations that is hosted by Community Media Workshops (which is now Public Narrative)

EDUCATION INITIATIVES AROUND THE WORLD - MAP AND LIST
https://reevo.wiki/Experiencia?ct=t%28Call_4_Action_General6_29_2016%29&l=en_US&mc_cid=3c241d50e0&mc_eid=a6f904c33f
This web site features a map consisting of alternative education institutions in different countries. This map was created by a group of people who met on Facebook, starting in the fall of 2011. A first version of this map was launched in January 2012. Add your own education institution to the map.

GROWING UP IN NEW YORK CITY - RESOURCES
https://growingupnyc.cityofnewyork.us/
This site provides a directory of New York City resources for youth at every age level.

INDIANA AFTERSCHOOL NETWORK W/MAP
https://www.indianaafterschool.org/state/mapping-database/
From the website:  Indiana Afterschool Network (IAN) works to ensure that all Indiana children have access to affordable, quality afterschool programs. It's Mission is to engage public will to increase public and private investment in quality afterschool program initiatives throughout Indiana. View the programs map on the website.

LITERACY WORKS (CHICAGO) MAP OF ORGANIZATIONS
https://www.litworks.org/membership/our-members-partners
This is another example of maps being used to aggregate information about organizations providing support services in different parts of a city.

MY CHI. MY FUTURE. PROGRAMS MAP
https://data.cityofchicago.org/Events/My-CHI-My-Future-Programs-Map/da3u-gtzr
This link points to the interactive map of Chicago youth serving programs hosted by the Mayor's MyChiMyFuture initiative.  It was made public in June 2021.  You can sort by categories to filter information on the map, and zoom into specific neighborhoods.  There is no category for "tutor mentor" or "mentoring". 

SPOTIVITY - AN APP TO HELP TEENS FIND ACTIVITIES
https://www.spotivity.com/
From the website: "Spotivity is a multi-faceted platform tackling the teen boredom pandemic while creating business solutions to the wonderful programs that cater to teens. We aim to help teens find meaningful activities, their parents to feel good about those activities, and those program directors to feel supported. Spotivity removes key logistical barriers to entry and provides a dynamic engagement platform for all. Leveraging the latest mobile technology, spotivity has created the first of its kind platform with mapping capabilities and personality insight quizzes to create a fully immersive and custom experience for the teens, helping them discover new passions."


YOUTH MATTERS PHILLY
https://www.youthmattersphilly.org/
This Philadelphia site, and app, is a map-based resource intended to help youth in foster care or facing homelessness find needed services.  Note: you may need to zoom into the Philadelphia area on this map since it shows the entire world.

YOUTH.GOV - INTERACTIVE MAP LOCATING GOVERNMENT FUNDED PROGRAMS
https://youth.gov/map-my-community
The Youth.gov site has an in-depth library of resources for youth development, tutoring, mentoring leaders to draw from including a map of government funded youth serving organizations. Take time to browse the site.

 
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