East Harlem Tutorial Program offers students an anti-racist, equitable learning collective to exercise their brilliance.

Our scholars build the academic skills, strength of character, and emotional well-being to thrive in school and lead in their communities.


Our Impact

EHTP is committed to serving at least 25 percent of East Harlem children by 2025. What began in a community living room has grown to serve more than 1500 students from Pre-K through college.


of Scholars Academies families say they are satisfied with the education their child received this year.*  


of seniors participating in after-school program were accepted to at least three colleges. **


EHTP’s College Scholars are on track to graduate from four-year colleges at 8x the national average for students from low income households.**

*Source: NYC DOE 2016-2017 School Quality Reports ** EHTP data


Join Us

Build Potential. Build Community. Build Yourself. Build Love.

Support our brilliant young Scholars as they reach their full academic potential and realize their best selves. Through your work, you will strengthen our commitment to the students and families of East Harlem and help build authentic community partnerships. You will challenge the status quo and model the learning and dialogue that begins to combat systemic racism. You will ensure a more equitable future for all young people. And you will join an organization that is committed to professional development and the well-being of its staff.
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You can make a difference! Volunteer tutors, homework helpers, mentors, friends, camp counselors, and coaches have a lasting impact on our scholars. Apply now to lend a hand!


Our student-centered approach fosters critical-thinking skills and a love of learning! Apply now to support our Scholars as they excel academically and begin to lead in their communities.


With your support, EHTP can achieve its goal of providing high-quality, tuition-free programs to one in four East Harlem students by 2025. A more equitable future for all young people is possible!