Quality education in PRH’s eyes stems from both formal education and the imparting of generational wisdom. By educating younger generations in the community through mentoring, tutoring, providing positive support, and college planning, local youth can find value in traditional and non-traditional education that will help to form their path in life.
Monday Night Tutoring
Project Row Houses offers free weekly tutoring to students of any age who need assistance in their studies. Through a pool of dedicated volunteer tutors, aid is available in a wide variety of subjects. Tutoring sessions are offered every Monday evening from 5-9pm. To schedule a session for a specific subject, please call PRH at 713.526.7662.
Third Ward College Bound Project
More and more, young adults are being urged to focus in on their careers and begin planning as soon as they enter high school. However, this demand is incompatibly coupled with limited resources for students to be exposed to potential careers and life paths. PRH’s Third Ward College Bound Project is designed to bridge the gap between possibility and reality by giving middle and high school students hands-on experiences that go beyond the classroom. Through service learning projects, community exploration and summer educational experiences with partner organizations like The Woods Project, S.H.A.P.E. Community Centers, and Project GRAD, we equip the youth of our community with the tools they need to forge their own paths.
To apply for the Third Ward College Bound Project, print and fill out the form below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver it to PRH's office at 2521 Holman St.