The Columbus Urban League’s (CUL) Education & Prevention Services Department offers a number of programs designed to increase academic achievement, improve health & wellness, enhance life-skills and leadership development, and attend to issues of crime and safety. We do this through an array of program offerings that include:
- African American Peer Leadership Alliance Against Tobacco (APLAT) – Provides
after-school tobacco education and prevention program for youth ages 11 to 18.
- Supplemental Education Services - After-School Tutoring – In areas of literacy and math skills tutoring for youth ages 6 to 13.
- Project Survival – Delivers school-based education and prevention program designed to decrease tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs among young adults.
- Read and Rise Summer Camp – Provides an opportunity for youth to build upon their reading and literacy skills through science and other non-traditional methods, for grades 3 to 8.
The CUL’s EPS team is focused on providing quality services to young adults that promote positive decision making, excellence through academic achievement and civic responsibility.