Giving Tuesday 2016

SI YABC is the only program of its kind in our community. Since 2005, it has helped 1,000 students get their high school diploma. And each one of these students needed help. Many were over 17 years old. Some were even 21 years old. Many only had 17 high school course...

Giving Tuesday with NYCID

Recently, a graduate of our YABC program contacted us with some great news. After struggling through high school, Ali had joined our YABC (Young Adult Borough Center) program; to get back on the right track and graduate. With the help of NYCID and members of the...

Port Richmond High School Highlighted in Chalkbeat

Port Richmond Community High School on Staten Island, a community school that partners with NYCID’s GPS program and others to offer students mentoring along with family assistance like a food pantry and parent fitness programs. Port Richmond High School...

Giving Tuesday

Last year, over 700,000 people worldwide kicked off the holiday season in the spirit of giving. In one day, 700,000 people in over 70 countries helped change the world for the better. Overnight, $116,000,000 was given to charity groups, community organizations, and...

Our 4th Annual “Amazing Race”

At the end of August, our Young Adult Borough Center (YABC) students travelled around Staten Island to see exciting and interesting landmarks. The event was a way for students to build friendships and team spirit; as part of the week-long Work Readiness Boot Camp...

Congratulations to our Next Steps graduates!

NYCID, the New York Center for Interpersonal Development, will hold a graduation ceremony for their Next STEPS program, today,  Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 from 5:30-7:30pm at Oriental Plaza, located at 1845 Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10314.  Next STEPS:...

SIYABC Graduates of 2016

On Tuesday, June 28th, the 57 students of our Staten Island Young Adult Borough Center (SIYABC) program graduated. We are very proud of them for all their accomplishments during the program and wish them best of luck for the future. The students in the YABC program...