General Library Programming

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Our General Library Programs

TUTORING/HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE

We offer tutoring in all subjects including English, Math, Science and History. Other subjects include, but not limited to reading comprehension, language arts, Algebra 1&2, and Chemistry. We also offer more individual one-on-one support where fees do apply.

JOB READINESS

We offer job preparation services for students between the ages of 15-18 which include resume building, cover letters, and mock interviews. D.U.Y,A, partners with other local organizations to provide appropriate work attire for job interviews.

PEER MENTORING

We offer peer mentoring as a form of support to help motivate and encourage our students to challenge adversity.
D.U.Y.A. partners with USC who provides MSW interns to assist social and emotional needs.

COLLEGE/CAREER PREP

We offer college and career services for students between the ages of 14-18 which include college and career counseling, applying and admissions, financial aid assistance and support and education for parents/guardians.

SAT/ACT PREP

We offer study halls, practice tests, strategy building workshops and on-on-one/group tutoring for students ages 14-18.

VOLUNTEER HOURS

We offer community service completion hours to high school/college students and community members.

D.U.Y.A. Facts

WHO IS D.U.Y.A. ?
We are a 501c3 community based non-profit organization that operates in Los Angeles, CA 5 Los Angeles Public Libraries and 1 Parks and Recreation Center.
WHO WE SERVE?
We serve at-risk, homeless, foster and juvenile youth between the ages of 5-18 years old. We also service students with mental and learning disabilities.
OUR MISSION
Dynasty's United Youth Association's mission is to ensure that all children and youth have access to quality programs that promote character and cultural competence.
OUR VISION
Our strategic and innovative model helps students achieve and break the cycle of poverty by providing wrap-around programming in a safe, structured environment that includes daily study halls, mentoring, push-in academic support and tutoring, admissions family counseling, leadership workshops, service-learning, community service projects, career exploration, college trips, and character building with peers.