The RNH Teen Program
For decades, Riverdale Neighborhood House has provided a home-away-from-home for thirteen to nineteen year-olds from our local community. It is a place for teens to call their own, to discover who they are – and who they want to become. Our model of youth development and life planning helps teens build the foundations for their educational and professional futures while gaining meaningful social experiences. Teens may also explore the creative arts by participating in special workshops in poetry, the visual arts and dance.
Please download Teen Program Calendar and Forms Below:
Academic Resource Center
Join RNH’s Academic Resource Center and receive:
- Homework help
- General subject overview support (By Appointment – 1:1 Support)
- General subject overview session (Monthly – Group Sessions)
Open to grades 9-12 – Monday – Wednesday – 3:00pm till 6:00pm
Out of School Time (OST) Program @ Riverdale Neighborhood House
Funded by the Department of Youth & Community Department the Riverdale Neighborhood House is offering a FREE After School Program onsite 5521 Mosholu Avenue, MS/HS 368 In-Tech Academy, 2975 Tibbett Avenue
Our Facility *
Our Teen Center is open on Thursday and Friday nights. This upgraded facility includes a redesigned teen lounge with quiet study and computer rooms along with an upstairs gym and warming pantry. Please view Teen Center info and hours
Inquiries about programming in the Community and Teen Center may be emailed to Nancy Nunez at email@example.com.
Internships are a great way to get a taste of a possible future career, learn from professionals, and have fun! The Riverdale Neighborhood House Youth Internship Program is designed for young people between the ages of 14 and 18 who wish to gain job skills, explore career opportunities, or gain a meaningful experience that can boost their resumes and/or college applications. Career Club, college information, peer to peer sharing, outings and recognition events are some examples of the different activities in which interns may participate. Stipends are awarded.
Please call (718) 549-8100 x112 if you have any questions.For more information or how to apply please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-549-8100 ext. 112.
The Community & Teen Center is a well-equipped facility that provides a place to socialize and meet new people. Whether it is outside sports like basketball, or swimming, or inside activities like ping-pong, foosball, air hockey or billiards, there is always a game developing.
Community Service/Volunteer Opportunities
Opportunities to contribute time and passion–or complete community service requirements–are available at RNH. Young people can share their hobbies and interests, provide tutoring and/or homework help for children in our After School Program, make sandwiches for the homeless, or help out at special events.
Leadership Development/Civic Engagement
Teens take an active role in raising money for programs, participate in beautification projects to serve their community, assist staff, and advise management of program needs and issues.
SONYC Programs for Middle School Students
Riverdale Neighborhood House (RNH) in partnership with Riverdale Community Center, MS/HS 368 (In-Tech Academy) and SONYC (School’s Out NYC) is offering a FREE After School Program to all Middle School Students in grades 6,7 and 8.
RNH also offers a SONYC program on site at our facility with free pickup from area schools.
College Directions Program
This service based program focuses on preparing HS juniors and seniors to navigate the college application process, including FREE college access advising services, Free workshops, college trips and KAPLAN SAT class. Our Academic Resource Center (ARC) is a FREE program for his students who need one on one help in Math, Science, English and one-on-one help proof reading college essays.
To learn more about our services, please call 718-549-8100 x117.
Funding for the RNH Teen Program is provided by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development, NYS Office of Children and Family Services, NYC Department of Education, Councilman Andrew Cohen, individual donors, private foundations, and local corporations.