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Give a Great Education to All Ages

Through these programs, parents can help improve educational opportunities for their children.


A+ Schools

A+ Schools is the community advocate and leader for educational equity and excellence in Pittsburgh Public Schools.

United Way of Southwestern Pennslyvania

United Way of Southwestern Pennslyvania focuses on solving our community’s toughest issues by bringing together the region’s best and brightest. Donors, volunteers, corporate and community leaders and strong agency partners, to develop solutions and find every dollar we can to improve the lives of people in need in our community.


YouthPlaces believe in creating positive opportunities for teens by empowering them to face all of life’s difficult decisions with confidence. Their out-of-school programming shows teens what it takes to succeed, providing them with the stepping stones they need to discover their full potential.

Children & Youth

Bethany House Academy

Bethany House Academy is a well established and innovative 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to reducing the negative impacts of poverty and inadequate education within the impoverished community of Northview Heights in North Pittsburgh


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College Education

Pennslyvania College Access Program

Pennslyvania College Access Program is a nonprofit statewide educational workforce development outreach program working to provide assistance to individuals completing applications for college, business and technical schools.


YouthWorks builds a community solution to help young people whose potential might be overlooked to pursue employment and career development opportunities.

Additional Resources

Carnegie Library Educational & Children's Services
412-281-7141 or Email

Carnegie Library Educational & Children's Services contains a list of resources for daycare, early childhood programs, tutoring and more.


FamilyLinks contains resources for children (17 or Under) and young adults (18-24 Years Old) that help with mental health, disabilities, or homelessness.