The Office of Afterschool Achievement
The Office of Afterschool Achievement supports two externally-funded youth development programs: the Youth Enrichment Services of Baldwin County Program (YES) and the High Achievers Program.
Youth Enrichment Services of Baldwin County Georgia
Through 21st Century Community Learning Center grants, the YES Program exists to raise achievement and educational aspirations for Baldwin County elementary, middle, and high school students as well as their adult family members. YES seeks to increase graduation rates, nurture and inspire curiosity, and realize deeper levels of literacy. For more information on the YES Program, call (478) 445-0145.
The High Achievers Program Funded by a grant from the Georgia Department of Human Resources, the High Achievers Program supports students in afterschool and summer programming. The goal of the project is to develop civically engaged youth with the ability and knowledge to be effective leaders to younger peers and to be ambassadors and change agents for positive youth development. For more information, call (478) 804-3778.