Kids & Youth School Year Programs
Fall Session: September - December
Winter Session: January - April
At Hopeprint, we believe that the emerging generation are the key foundations of our shared tomorrows. All of our kids and youth programs seek to strengthen character, nurture a strong sense of identity and empower the next generation of citizens and leaders.
iCAN Kids is a holistic tutoring program for English Language Learner elementary school students. Curriculum includes academic, social and emotional aspects seeking for augment their school studies. During the fall session, iCAN Kids will be offered one day a week for students at three different locations: Hopeprint Homes on Lilac Street (Monday evenings), Salt City Coffee on West Onondaga (Tuesday evenings) and Dr. Weeks Elementary School (Wednesdays after school).
Force Youth Club
Force Youth Club is a group focused on the strengthening of character and personal identity for students grades 4-6.
Global Citizens Cohort
Global Citizens Cohort is a group focused on the empowerment of citizens and emerging leaders grades 9-12.
eXchange Youth Club
eXchange Youth Club is a group focused on the knowing of one's self and sharing of cultures for grades 7-8.
Neighborhood Block Club
Neighborhood Block Club is an exclusive club for kids grades preK-3rd who live on the 100 block of Lilac or adjoining streets and are not enrolled in any other programs.
Adult & Family Programs
Hopeprint is a family made up of families, and we seek to be a space that comes alongside each and every person that are a part of that shared story. Our adult programs change each session to equip men and women to grow in literacy and achieve their personal and familial goals.
Her Village is a women's group fostering a safe space to build relationships and grow in life and cultural literacy for New American women. During the fall session, Her Village will be offered one day a week at three different locations: Hopeprint Homes on Lilac Street (Monday evenings), Salt City Coffee on West Onondaga (Tuesday evenings) and Dr. Weeks Elementary School (Wednesdays after school).
A five-week series of citizenship preparation workshops as a part of multiple sessions. Intended for those preparing for the citizenship exam, eligible for application at five years in country on a refugee resettlement visa.
Steps to Thrive Program
Families who are a part of Hopeprint programs are eligible to enroll in the Steps to Thrive program, a strategic, personal goal setting and pursuit towards individual, familial and community thriving. Participants are matched with Case Monitors, special supports, workshops and more all towards achieving the following thriving goals:
- Ability to access a healthy diet on a weekly basis
- A home that is financially and logistically stable and sustainable
- A minimum of one week's supply of weather-appropriate clothing for each family member, and access to clean appropriately
- Healthcare coverage secured and primary care physician known to the family
- Households have a reliable income stream(s) through the best viable employment or other resources
- Sense of physical safety and stability in their home, workplace and school
- Each family member feels a sense of connection to others, and participates in non-required gatherings
- Each family member is increasingly confident in social situations, such as grocery stores, etc.
- Teen/adults take opportunities to give back to organizations, neighborhood and community
- Enrolled students are succeeding at school, including passing all of their courses
- Improved English literacy demonstrated by each family member each year
- Teen/adult family members are able to articulate their dreams and goals
- The family has order and beauty in their life, home or personal spaces