Inner City Youth Opportunities

1821 Summit Rd #210, Cincinnati, OH 45237, Usa
Phone 513-731-7312
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Our mission Inner City Youth Opportunites mission is to teach practical life skills to develop responsible, educated and caring youth.
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Ways to help


Children benefit from playing tennis by being involved in a healthy activity. They learn focus, discipline, hard work, goal setting, structure, and good sportsmanship. It helps their self-confidence grow while they have fun, make new friends, and learn new skills See full description
  • Fitness, Social Skills
  • Elementary (5-10), Middle School, High School
  • Same Large (5+) Group
  • Low Income Household, Physical Fitness
  • Nonprofit
  • Individuals
  • 1 Semester
  • 2 Hours/Week
  • Weekday Mornings, Weekday Afternoons
  • Moderate

Homework Assistance

Students in the Academic Intervention program get individualized or small group instruction on critical fundamental skills like reading, phonics, writing, vocabulary, math, science and social studies. Most of these students are already behind their grade-level standards and without early intervention they risk failing or dropping out of school. See full description
  • Education, Social Skills
  • Elementary (5-10)
  • Different Small Groups
  • Academically at Risk, Low Income Household
  • Nonprofit
  • Individuals
  • 1 School Year
  • 2 Hours/Week
  • Weekday Afternoons, Weekday Evenings
  • Moderate
How you help We are very grateful for your interest in supporting Cincinnati’s inner city youth. Volunteering is one of the best ways to have first – hand knowledge of Inner City Youth Opportunities and how its programs work to help inner city children.
About us Inner City Youth Opportunities provides after school homework assistance and tutoring, cultural and educational field trips, as well as summer tennis camp to students from Cincinnati's inner city. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio we have been improving the lives of kids from troubled neighborhoods since 1993. Inner City Youth Opportunities’ programs provide at-risk, low income children in grades K – 4 living within the City of Cincinnati limits a safe, nurturing environment to spend after school and summer hours – times when they are typically unsupervised by parents or guardians. There is no charge to any of the families for ICYO programs and services.
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