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An outstanding learning and development center for K-12 Youth

The Multi-Ethnic Youth Group Association, Inc. (MEYGA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals, families, youth, and children displaced due to climate gentrification's effects. For this cause, MEYGA has adopted programs and provides resources that help low to moderate-income residents who have been affected by the lack of affordable housing. MEYGA provides training customized to meet their individual goals and objectives, ultimately leading them to independence.

A One Stop Educational Center:
  • Core Subjects (General Education)

  • 504 Plans (Accommodated)

  • IEP’s (Accommodated)

  • Credit Recovery Service (9th – 12th grades)

  • Graduation Completion

  • GED

Additional Services:

  • Workshops and trainings

  • Life Development

  • Financial Literacy 

  • Job Readiness

  • Job Placement

  • Entrepreneurship training 

  • Parenting Courses

  • Homeownership 

  • Referrals for housing 

  • Case Management 

  • Wellness Checks

  • Nutritious meals 

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MEYGA Learning Center

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MEYGA’s core curriculum is Abeka and APEX is a well-known curriculum that is highly recommended that sufficiently accommodates students at the ‘high-end’ of the academic spectrum as well as those who struggle academically. The student body has students
ranging from K – 12 th  grades with an impact focus on Early Childhood/ Elementary Learning Programs. 

A typical day at MEYGA would reflect students being engaged in various activities, and programs at all grade levels.

All programs are free with scholarships from STEP Up for Students and AAA Scholarship

       - Job Readiness

        - Spring Camp
        - Financial Literacy                                       
 - Winter Camp
        - Leadership

           Development                                              - Summer Camp
        - Entrepreneurship
        - Socialization Skills
        - Art Therapy

Parent Resources

parent resources

By creating a welcoming environment, understanding families, youth development
programs can help bridge the gap between school and home assisting families as they
navigate the educational system, providing parents with information and tools to support
their child’s academic and personal success,

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MEYGA’S Upcoming New Programming

parent resources
Home School

MEYGA is always dedicated to providing the best and most enriching learning environment. That includes exploring innovate learning tools and implementing tried and true programs. Below are some new upcoming programs for MEYGA. 

  • Early Learning Coalition (ELC)

        - School Readiness

        - VPK

  • Head Start

  • Child Care Food Program (CCFP) After school Meal Program

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