QARI Youth Programs enable positive youth development for middle and high school students through a peer leadership model. Young people build socio-emotional and 21st-century skills to become active agents of social change in their communities and beyond.
The Youth ServiceCorps is a team of nearly 300 high school volunteers engaged in community service projects that develop their 21st-century leadership skills. The team is led by 10 to 12 Youth Board members and 16 to 20 Youth Representatives.
This one-on-one mentoring program connects high school mentors with new immigrant students at Atlantic Middle School. These 50 matches participate in various social and educational activities fostering meaningful relationships and a healthy biculturalism
TransitionUp is a new program targeting limited English proficient high schoolers who often struggle with the transition to their new homes. It provides development in workforce readiness and academic skills.