WHAT WE DO:
Video of program alumni speaker, Marcos Moya, at Annual Flag Day Celebration
Liberty’s Promise runs 18 after-school programs of civic engagement in 14 locations around the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area for low-income, high school, immigrant youth. These programs run for 10 weeks in the spring (March-May) and again for 10 weeks in the fall (October-December). We invite guest speakers to our programs to inform students about college options, career opportunities and community involvement. Also, students have the opportunity to bond with their classmates on field trips to historic locations in the area while learning more about their community.
During the summer, we place our youth in eight-week paid professional internships in local businesses, non-profits and government agencies.If you are interested in learning more about each individual program, check out our Programs.
WHERE WE WORK:
T.C. Williams High School, City of Alexandria
Wakefield High School, Arlington County
West Potomac High School, Fairfax County
Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School
Bladensburg High School, Prince George’s County
High Point High School, Prince George’s County
Parkdale High School, Prince George’s County
Northwestern High School, Prince George’s County
Gaithersburg High School, Montgomery County
John F. Kennedy High School, Montgomery County
Wheaton High School, Montgomery County
Silver Spring Civics Building, Montgomery County
Patterson High School, City of Baltimore
Benjamin Franklin High School, City of Baltimore
Did you know? Our youth represent 117 countries.
It is our mission to provide immigrant youth with exciting opportunities to impact and to interact with their communities.
Liberty’s Promise is a 501(c)(3) servicing the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area by encouraging young immigrants in need to be active and conscientious American citizens.