•  RYP Mural Artwork: "Hope"

    Refugee Youth Project Tolerance Mural

     

     Refugee Youth Project (RYP)


    The Refugee Youth Project (RYP) helps school-aged youth develop the knowledge and skills required for academic success and positive integration. Programs include after-school, summer school, individual mentoring, college access mentoring, and community arts. After-school programs focus on homework help, social skills, and building and improving English language skills. 

    Funding for RYP is provided through the generous support of the Maryland Office for Refugees and Asylees (MORA), as well as supplemental grant and fundraising dollars. All RYP program services are FREE for participating students. Please call 410-558-3194 for more information.  
     
    RYP partners with local colleges, universities, and high schools to recruit more than 250 volunteers each year. Volunteers play a crucial role in providing extra academic support and guidance to youth participants. 
     
     
     
     
     RYP in the News!
     
     
    "BCCC Braces for Impact of Trump Travel Ban" (featured in AFRO American Newspaper, February 2017)
     
    "Arts Build Bridges Between Refugees and the Baltimore Community" (featured on WMAR ABC News Teen Media, January 2017)
     
     
     
    RYP-Office at the Baltimore Resettlement Center
    3516 Eastern Ave.
    Baltimore, MD 21224
    410-558-3194 
    RYP Facebook Page
       RYP website