This page lists workforce development programs at AAPCHO member centers. For more information about each program, please visit the health center’s website or contact the program coordinator noted.

Asian Americans for Community Involvement

RYSE Afterschool Program (Resilient Youth Striving for Excellence) is an afterschool program for youth ages 8-15, who live in El Rancho Verde, a low-income apartment complex in East San Jose, CA. Based on the 41 Developmental Assets Model, RYSE increases assets to prevent risky behavior and increase opportunities for success in school and in life.

Project Plus (Peer Leadership Uniting Students) is a 14-week long program that aims to empower young people with the skills and experiences they need to make good decisions, and connects them with positive adult role models and community resources.

For more information, please visit aaci.org/main/programs/community/ or contact Joma Briones at joma.briones@aaci.org or 408-347-8133.

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