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  • Education Services

    Agency: I LEARN - Innovative Learning Professionals

    I LEARN is a center designed to assess, remediate, counsel, and facilitate an individual's learning to explore his/her unique learning styles, using personal strengths to overcome individual limitations. The center addresses the needs not only of school-aged children but also those of adults. Focus is on improving academic, perceptual, and cognitiv...

  • Treatment Services

    Agency: Clinical Assessment and Treatment Services, P.C.

    CLINICAL ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT SERVICES is a mental health clinic offering individual, family and marital therapy. Also offers neuropsychological assessments, educational evaluations, and psychological assessments.

  • Education Services

    Agency: University of Nebraska - Lincoln

    Identifies disadvantaged youth in grades 6-12 who have potential for post-secondary education, and encourages them to graduate from secondary schools and enroll in post-secondary education.Services may include after school and tutorial homework assistance, career exploration activities, providing and assisting in completion of the ACT, college camp...

  • Education Services - Ankeny

    Agency: Iowa College Access Network

    Offers help with career planning, college selection assistance, help filling out the FAFSA, award letter review and college access issues. Locations in  Ankeny, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Coralville, Davenport, Council Bluffs, Sioux City, Orange City and Waterloo. 

  • Education/Youth Development

    Agency: Urban League of Nebraska, Inc.

    Provides a comprehensive array of services to reduce barriers to school attendance and increase student engagement. Year-round services include the Community Coach Program an alternative to court involvement, detention, and out of school suspensions. The Youth Attendance Navigators address chronic absenteeism; the Whitney M. Young Jr. Academy provi...

  • College Access and Success

    Agency: College Possible

    Serves low-income students who aspire to earn their degrees, but lack the tools to succeed.  The program works to address the unique academic, social, and financial barriers that may deter students from earning a college degree.  AmeriCorps members serve as coaches to students and provide direct service and guidance through every stage of the colle...

  • Education Services -Hiawatha

    Agency: Iowa College Access Network

    Offers help with career planning, college selection assistance, help filling out the FAFSA, award letter review and other college access issues.

  • Guidance and Counseling

    Agency: House of Hope - Cedar Rapids

    Provides classes on personal growth, leadership and parenting.  Support groups fpr Celebrate Recovery, Grief Support Groups, Come As You Are Support Group and a Coloring and Conversation Support Group are offered.  A licensed mental health provider is also offered for women, couples and families.

  • Counseling Services

    Agency: University of Northern Iowa

    Assist nontraditional individuals, 19 years old or older, who do not have a BA degree with selecting any college, and also to complete admissions and financial aid forms. Conduct scholarship searches and provide assistance with student loans.

  • Educational Talent Search (ETS) Program

    Agency: Southwestern Community College

    Provides free services to low income 6th-12th graders who are potential first generation college students. The program provides career and college exploration, college campus visits, ACT Test Prep, financial aid application assistance, college and scholarship application assistance and guidance through the college process. ETS may also provide ACT ...

  • Youth Development Programs

    Agency: Boys & Girls Clubs of Story County

    Provides programs in character and leadership development, education and career development, health and life skills, arts, and sports, fitness and recreation. Homework assistance and light tutoring. Daily meal and snack.

  • Student Counseling Services

    Agency: Iowa State University

    Student Counseling Services based on the Center's short term therapy model

  • Brain Injury Resource Team and Visually Impaired Services

    Agency: Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency

    Consultation to building-level teams for planning and delivery of educational services for students who have experienced an acquired brain injury.  BI team members provide support by serving as a liaison between physicians and schools, assisting with transitions/return to school after an injury, reviewing records, observing students, and consulting...

  • Youth Center

    Agency: Sanford Community Center

    After school program and summer program for children first through fifth grades,ACT preparation program

  • Mentoring Programs

    Agency: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Iowa

    BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL IOWA matches adult volunteers with children who need a supportive adult in their life. The program recruits men and women who are willing to make a commitment to a child for at least one year. Volunteers spend 4 hours a month with a child, participating in activities of their choice throughout the community (goin...

  • After School/Summer Programs for Girls

    Agency: Girls Incorporated of Sioux City

    After school and summer programs for girls. Tutoring, health and sexuality, leadership and life planning, self-reliance, life skills, sports and adventure.

  • Educational Assistance

    Agency: Freedom for Youth Ministries

    Reading, Literacy, and Homework help during after school programming for K-12th grade students held in various locations in Des Moines and throughout Iowa.

  • Education Services

    Agency: Metro West Learning Center, LLC

    METRO WEST LEARNING CENTER, LLC services include:TUTORING is available for ALL students K-12 in all subjects areas. Also provide assistance with organization and study/test taking skills. SUPPORT for dyslexia and other language related disabilities. 

  • Foster Grandparent Program

    Agency: Retired and Senior Volunteer Program -Carroll County

    The role of a foster grandparent is to assist children in youth facilities. Volunteers help children learn to read, and they also tutor children in various subjects. Volunteers act as role models. They work in schools, pre-kindergarten programs, and other public facilities. Volunteers receive tax-free stipend, gas, vacation, and meals.

  • After-School Kids Club

    Agency: Friendship Center

    FRIENDSHIP CENTER provides an after school tutoring program that includes computer games, bible study, snacks and help with homework.

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