Public Media Is Helping
Local Communities Keep
More Students on the Path
to a High School Diploma,
College & Successful Careers

GO-ProjectThe GO Project serves 550 students from over 30 public elementary & middle schools in Lower Manhattan and Chelsea. Instruction is targeted towards students who are academically under-performing (including students assigned IEPs as a result of a Learning Disability, Speech/Language Impairment, or Emotional Disturbance), come from under-resourced families, and attend under-served public schools.

At the GO Project, we address the needs of the whole child through integrated, year-round academic programs and family support services. By providing year round education and family services to academically challenged Kindergarten through 7th graders, GO educators, social workers and volunteers equip students with the confidence and skills they need to realize their potential and succeed at school, at home and in life.  Through in-house holistic educational programming, alliances with top independent schools and educators, and strategic partnerships with the most effective social service institutions, GO aims to become the gold standard for narrowing the achievement gap among our city’s youth.

Our Call-to-Action

JOIN US! We need volunteers!  Volunteers allow GO to provide one-on-one support to struggling students, and ensure they make substantial reading and math gains. Contact us directly for more information on how you can help! 

PARTNER WITH US! We welcome any new partnerships with public schools, independent schools, and community-based organizations so that we can continue to serve the underprivileged children in our community. Contact us directly for more information on how you can help! 

GO Project on the American Graduate Day 2013 broadcast

Note: PBS videos are best viewed on Internet Explorer 9+, Firefox 3.6+, Safari 4.0+ and Google Chrome


AmGrad Logo Horz Solid CS3
Connect to additional American Graduate Partners                     

unitedweserve reverse 0

Visit SERVE.GOV to search for more ways to become a volunteer in your   community!

Latest Education News

Like Us on Facebook

Public Media Is
Proud To Work With: