• Camp Dogwood

    Camp Dogwood Summer Academy is the flagship program of the AnBryce Foundation. Located in Wolftown, Virginia (approximately two hours from Washington D.C.), Camp Dogwood provides a unique educational opportunity for youth who would otherwise lack the necessary resources to participate in a residential camping and enrichment experience outside their home and social settings. Camp Dogwood Summer Academy makes learning fun in a peaceful, natural environment dedicated to the academic and character development of youth from various ethnic and regional backgrounds.

  • Saturday Institute

    The Saturday Institute is an intensive academic and social experience for participants in first through eighth grades. The enrichment program focuses on math and reading skills development and incorporates experiential learning into the curriculum for fun and practical application. The program runs from October through April and classes are held at Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS in Southeast DC. Well-trained college students implement the curriculum and serve as role models for participants.

  • Student Adventures in Leadership (SAIL)

    The Student Adventures in Leadership (SAIL) Program prepares high school students for life after graduation. Participants develop and utilize skills that enable them to assume leadership roles within the Foundation, in their schools, and in the community. The SAIL Workshop series ranges from resume writing and building interview skills, to recognizing personal leadership qualities, and learning skills to navigate professional and social settings. College access and preparation is an integral component of the program. SAIL participants are also provided other meaningful service and enrichment opportunities outside of the AnBryce Foundation.

  • AnBryce Scholars

    The AnBryce Scholarship Program seeks to identify and cultivate future leaders who are committed to render service to society and make a positive impact on the world. Recipients of the AnBryce Scholarship are first-generation students who have faced some type of adversity, and have demonstrated financial need.

  • Mentor Program

    The AnBryce Mentor Program strives to empower underserved youth to achieve academic excellence, overcome barriers, and reach their full potential by creating mentor relationships between AnBryce youth participants and qualified adult volunteers.

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