Working with children from their earliest years through their graduation day, our approach to youth programs and community schools provides a continuum of opportunities and services for students from kindergarten to college and career. We employ a full-service community schools strategy that promotes student achievement, and positive conditions for learning and the well-being of families and communities.
Ready to Achieve Mentoring Program (RAMP)
In partnership with the Institute for Educational Leadership, Humanim provides a career-focused mentoring program for Baltimore City youth with disabilities or those at-risk or involved with the juvenile justice system. Youth between the ages of 15 and 17 participate in weekly group career development sessions, receive individualized mentoring from industry leaders and complete high-tech STEM projects that are showcased at a year-end celebration. Youth who participate in RAMP in 11th grade will also be screened for eligibility to enroll in Humanim’s Start On Success (SOS) Program during their senior year.