CAMBA operates eleven after-school and six summer camp programs in New York City, serving almost 2,400 children in elementary and middle schools. The impact of these programs cannot be overstated. Children who attend after-school programs and summer enrichment camps do significantly better in school academically, socially, and emotionally. For working parents in low-income communities, after-school programs provide a safe and rewarding place for their children while they are earning a living to support their families.
Programs operate during the school year, in the summer, and on most school holidays. Depending on location, we offer environmental, conservation, arts, violence and drug prevention, and music therapy programs with public and private partners. We also partner with the Fresh Air Fund, conducting registration services for their summer programs.
CAMBA launched the Tech Titans STEM program in January 2021. The goal of this digital inclusion program is to foster greater diversity and humanity in STEM and empower youth and educators to access and amplify technology as a force for good. We have partnered with MOUSE to provide online STEM... Learn More
Online Registration for After School & Summer Camp Programs Our CAMBA After School and Community Center programs continue to serve youth and families. This summer, our school-based sites will be operating Summer Rising Programs, while our Cornerstone centers will operate Summer Camps. Registration is now open for all 9 Cornerstone... Learn More
While each program is unique and tailored to the needs of the children and the school where it is located, there is a core set of offerings that is common to all of our after-school programs for elementary school children. This programming includes supper and socialization; homework help; science, technology,... Learn More
Since Spring 2020, there has been a significant impact on our children’s education. CAMBA recognizes the importance of hybrid after-school educational and recreational programs and has been working tirelessly to help close the gap caused by COVID-19. SONYC (School’s Out NYC) program activities include supper and socialization, homework help, club-based... Learn More
CAMBA’s summer camps provide young people with the opportunity to grow in more ways than academic learning; these camps also provide important socialization for the students. The camps offer a combination of social services and recreational and educational activities. Daily schedules include fun activities, hands-on learning experiences, field trips, and... Learn More