We are thrilled to partner with all our schools as they are instrumental to our work and mission.
Today, the BAM Program is in the following Boston, Cambridge, Somerville schools:
|Brighton High School||English High School|
|Cambridge Rindge and Latin School||The Jeremiah E. Burke High School|
|Charlestown High School||The John O’Bryant School of Mathematics & Science|
|Dearborn STEM Academy||Madison Park Technical Vocational High School|
|East Boston High School||TechBoston Academy|
|Somerville||Healey Middle School|
The BAM Boston team is supported by the Youth Guidance National Office in Chicago which includes the BAM Training Academy and the areas of Program Evaluation, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Communications and Development.
BAM Boston is made possible through a wonderful partnership with Boston Public Schools (BPS) and with philanthropic support from Strategic Grant Partners (SGP), The GreenLight Fund and The Boston Foundation.
To ensure sustainability, a BAM Boston Advisory Council has also been implemented. Each council member has a strong desire be actively involved in solving the issues inner-city youth face, and will devote their time, talent and expertise to the current and future work of the Boston program.
Under the leadership of BAM Boston Executive Director Shawn Brown, the program is now serving 550+ young men. Recently, BAM has expanded across the Charles River to serve scholars in Cambridge Public Schools.
Students enrolled in the BAM Program are:
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