After School, St. Louis, MO Services d3
After School, St. Louis, MO Step Program
D3 recognizes that After School programming is essential to youth development throughout their educational experience. Therefore, we offer step programs within St. Louis City and County elementary, middle and high schools.
After School, St. Louis, MO Mentoring Program
D3 recognizes that After School programming is essential to youth development throughout their educational experience. Therefore, we offer mentoring programs within St. Louis City and County elementary, middle and high schools.
D3 "All or Nothing" Mentoring
D3 recognizes that some youth seek a positive family bond (a connection to their peers, adults and community) that they may not have experienced before. These youth go out in the community together, have mentoring nights together, eat dinner together, receive their permits and drivers licenses , receive employment mentoring, support at their school events/activities, home visits, detailed academic monitoring, detailed behavioral monitoring, constant contact/communication with mentor and much much more. These youth tend tend to keep this bond with their peers and their mentor throughout elementary school, middle school, high school and undergraduate studies.
D3 recognizes that some youth would prefer 1:1 mentoring with someone they can relate to, build a relationship with, gain trust and receive individualized supports. Therefore, we offer individual mentoring for St. Louis City and County Youth.
Competitive Step Program-For Hire Performances
D3 recognizes that some youth love the art of stepping and would like to put that art together with themes (acting), dancing (strolling), communicating (chanting), creativity and stunts. Therefore, we offer a competitive step team that competes nationally and locally with the top step teams in the country.
D3 recognizes that youth have become detached with the needs of their surrounding communities and how they too can become apart of the change. Therefore, we partner with community organizations to ensure that our youth complete a minimum of 150 community service hours.