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Our Partners


Ladders for Leaders

Ladder for Leaders, a pre-professional program by the NYC Department of Youth & Community Development, pairs NYC students (ages 16-21) with paid internships to bridge workforce gaps. Facilitating mutually beneficial relationships, the program connects diverse interns with employers for life-changing opportunities and mentorship, marking its most impactful year. Thank you for participating!

Hanac INC

HANAC Inc.'s Youth Employment Program, comprising Work, Learn & Grow and Summer Youth Employment initiatives, focuses on technology, community development, and healthcare. Emphasizing mentorship and real project work, it offers a diverse and inclusive stepping stone for emerging professionals to launch successful careers.


Columbia University

Columbia University, renowned for academic excellence, collaborates on a Youth Employment Program, aiding aspiring professionals. Through mentorship and real-world experiences, the program, aligned with Columbia's commitment to community development, prepares youth for successful careers.


Staples NYC stores donate stationery supplies to MBM yearly.


Good Shepherd Services

As students learn new skills in drumming, they:

  • learn about a new culture

  • discover the importance of team skills

  • develop communication, listening, leadership and critical thinking

  • enhance their social and emotional skills by learning how to:

  • identify and explore their feelings and emotions, and

  • apply effective coping strategies in the real world.

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