Middle School Summer Programs are Now Enrolling!

LEAP for Education is currently registering students in grades 6-8 for summer programs in Lynn & Salem!

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Summer Work Program Seeking Career Mentors!

LEAP for Education is looking for Career Mentors who want to help students explore their interests, develop their goals, and build their workplace skills! Learn more about this volunteer opportunity.

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LEAP for Education empowers underserved students to achieve social and economic mobility by cultivating personal, educational, and career growth.

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Programs are now enrolling!

LEAP for Education is currently registering students in grades 6-12 for after-school programs.
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    Our Programs

    LEAP delivers a portfolio of innovative and engaging academic, social-emotional, post-secondary, and career programs that empower students to create a unique education and career plan that matches their strengths and interests.
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    Middle school
    Explore new interests, meet new friends, receive individual support and engage with caring adults at LEAP and in the community
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    HIGH school
    Receive academic support, explore and access post-high school education and career options, develop life skills, and engage in the community.
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    POST SECONDARY

    Engage with a LEAP advisor who will provide personalized academic, financial, social-emotional, and career advising for post-graduation success.

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    Career Services

    Take advantage of career services in LEAP middle school, high school and post-secondary programs that are designed to help you find jobs and a career to match your interests.

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    Our FY21 Impact

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    of LEAP Teen Center and CSP high school graduates enrolled in post-secondary education

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    students completed a paid summer work experience

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    LEAP in the News

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    Thurgood Marshall Students Encouraged To Dream More At Summer Program
    On Monday morning, Mayor Jared Nicholson, Ward Councilors Wayne Lozzi and Coco Alinsug, Interim Superintendent Deb Ruggiero, and School Committee…
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    Learning Hits the Road in Lynn
    Dozens of middle schoolers formed a line in the Thurgood Marshall Middle School parking lot Monday morning to climb aboard…
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    LEAP Recommends

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    US Dept. of Ed calls for afterschool & summer for all
    Today, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona launched the Engage Every Student Initiative, a bold new call to action to utilize American Rescue Plan funds alongside other state and local funds to ensure that every child who wants a spot...
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    Dr. Robert Putnam of the Harvard School of Government discusses the Opportunity Gap
    Dr. Robert Putnam, Harvard professor in public policy at the Harvard School of Government, discusses the growing opportunity gap among our low-income youth and its implications for their social mobility and the costs to society. He makes a compelling case for all of us to take this issue seriously and for us to use our collective voices to compel our government as well as religious leaders to do something about it.
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