Boston Refugee Youth Enrichment Program (BRYE)
- PBHA’s Boston Refugee Youth Enrichment is dedicated to helping Southeast Asian refugee children adapt and flourish in an environment that offers them few resources. Our children, aged 6-16, live in Dorchester, where there is a large Vietnamese immigrant population. BRYE strives to meet the needs of the community through tutoring and mentoring programs.
- Since its founding in Boston in 1995, Citizen Schools has been re-imagining the learning day to bring more talented adults and more relevant learning experiences to middle-school students in low-income neighborhoods.
Harvard Educational Studies Program (ESP)
- HAP is partnering with this exciting on-campus program, through which Harvard students design their own curriculum to teach to high school students from the surrounding area. In the fall of 2011, three HAP members taught a Biology of Nutrition class that covered the metabolism, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, vitamins and minerals (including antioxidants), misleading food labeling and advertising, and more!
- StressBusters specially trains and dispatches student volunteers to provide free, five-minute back-rubs and wellness information to students and staff at campus events, houses, meetings, libraries and wherever the stressed gather.
Stanford HAP Chapter
- HAP achieves its mission by first making students aware of the barriers that prevent them from achieving good health and then by engaging them in a project to overcome those barriers.
Harvard University Center for Wellness
- The Center for Wellness at Harvard University Health Services takes an integrative approach to the promotion of well-being and the restoration of balance by attending to individuals’ physical, emotional, and spiritual parts. Their innovative programs, services, and initiatives are for everyone in the Harvard community, including students, faculty, staff, retirees, and university affiliates.