Past Programs

Program Dates: July 1 – 12, 2019 Location: University of Utah, Salt Lake City Draft Night: Thursday, June 20, 2019…

Program Dates: June 21 – June 30, 2019 Location: University of Michigan Ann Arbor Campus -2019 Michigan Youth Impact Program Academic Results- English Language Arts – 69% increase Math – 24% increase Science/STEM – 85% increase Leadership – 71% increase Life Skills 77% increase 85 At-Risk Students Completed the Program Program Info: June 21 –…

Program Dates: June 17 – 28, 2019 Location: University of Hawai‘i at Manoa -2019 Hawaii Youth Impact Program Academics Results- Vocab: 44% increase Writing: 41% increase Math: 24% increase Science: 37% increase Thank you to our Sponsors & Supporters For which our program would not have been made possible without your help: Corporate Sponsors: Atlas…

Program Dates: July 9 – 20, 2018 Location: University of Maryland, College Park Program Contacts: Program Director, Dan Pallante Academic Director, Robyn Jones To apply, fill out the application here: Application…

Program Dates: July 2 – 13, 2018 Location: University of Utah, Salt Lake City Draft Night: Friday, June 8, 2018  Program Contacts: Program Manager: Jeff Rudy    …

Program Dates: June 22 – June 30, 2018 Location: University of Michigan Ann Arbor Campus Draft Night: May 29, 2018  6:00PM Horatio Williams Foundation 1010 Antietam Ave,. Detroit, MI 48207 Program Info: June 22 – June 30, 2018 – nine straight days…

Program Dates: June 18 – 29, 2018 Location: University of Hawai‘i at Manoa Program Contacts: Program Director, Jason Cvercko Program Information: June 18 – 29, 2018 (Monday – Friday, no program on the weekend) Location: UH at Manoa 1337 Lower Campus Road 9:00AM – 3:00PM Thank you to our Champion Sponsors: Corporate Sponsors: Alexander &…

Program Dates: July 10 – 21, 2017 Location: University of Maryland, College Park DRAFT NIGHT IS TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 2017 Program Contacts: Program Director, Dan Pallante Academic Director, Robyn Jones Maryland Youth Impact Program 2017 – CBIRF MARINES VIDEO…

Program Dates: July 10 – 21, 2017 Location: Northwestern University Campus  …

Program Dates: July 3 – 14, 2017 Location: University of Hawai‘i at Manoa Program Contacts: Program Director, Jason Cvercko Program Information: Location: UH at Manoa 1337 Lower Campus Road 9:00am – 3:00pm Thank you to our Champion Sponsors: The University of Hawaii Chef Roy Yamaguchi First Hawaiian Bank Hawaii News Now Hawaii Lodging &Tourism Association…

Program Dates: June 26 –30,  (Closed July 3 & 4 in observance of July 4th), July 5 – 8, 2017 Location: University of Michigan Ann Arbor Campus…

20170626 - Jul 07, 2017

Youth Impact Program at West Point 2017

Program Dates: June 26 – July 7, 2017 Location: West Point Military Academy, New York Program Contacts: Program Director, Lieutenant Colonel John Nawoichyk…

Program Dates: July 11 – 22, 2016 Location: Northwestern University Campus For more information on the Northwestern University Youth Impact Program, please contact: Curriculum Director, Bridget Walsh bwalsh@fwparker.org   It was a pleasure speaking and being apart of Northwestern Football’s mentoring program Y.I.P (Youth Impact Program). They are inspiring these young men by using their passion…

Program Dates: July 11 – 22, 2016 Location: University of Michigan Ann Arbor Campus…

  Program Dates: July 11 – 22, 2016 Location: University of Maryland If you would like to receive information on UMD’s 2017 YIP, please click here.  Program Contacts: Program Director, Dan Pallante Football Director, Tyler Hancock Special thanks to our Maryland YIP supporters!            …

YIP is holding a new program in 2015 at the University of Michigan!  …

20150706 - Jul 17, 2015

Northwestern University YIP 2015

Program Dates: July 6 – 17, 2015 Location: Northwestern University Campus For more information on the Northwestern University Youth Impact Program, please contact: Support the Northwestern University Youth Impact Program Watch CBS’s Report on the Northwestern Youth Impact Program…

20150615 - Jun 26, 2015

West Point Military Academy YIP 2015

Program Dates: June 15 – 26, 2015 Location: Westpoint Military Academy, New York Program Cost: Free For more information on the West Point Military Academy Youth Impact Program, please contact: Program Director, Lieutenant Colonel Reynold Arredondo at Reynold.Arredondo@usma.edu. Support the West Point Youth Impact Program!  Read About Our Draft Day in Harlem…

This was Northwestern University’s first year hosting YIP for at-risk boys from Evanston and local metropolitan areas with the goal to help reduce youth violence, develop life skills, and provide access to one of the nation’s premier universities. Boys in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades from Evanston, North Lawndale, and Chicago were able to…

20140630 - Jul 18, 2014

Stanford YIP 2014

The Stanford YIP is supported by the NFL,USA Football and its Heads Up initiative. The program hired current Stanford football players and staff members, along with local public school teachers. Dr. John York, Co-Chairman of the 49ers, Dr. Condoleezza Rice, former U.S. Secretary of State and Stanford Professor, and the United States Marines were also…

The Stanford YIP is supported by the NFL and USA Football and its Heads Up initiative. The program hired 12 current Stanford football players, five Stanford staff members and four public school teachers. Dr. John York, CoChairman of the 49ers, and Dr. Condoleezza Rice, former U.S. Secretary of State and Stanford Professor, were also participants…

20120705 - Jul 19, 2012

Stanford YIP 2012

In its second year the YIP at the University of Stanford served 82 at-risk boys. The boys who participated were chosen from middle schools in underprivileged communities including East Palo Alto and East San Jose. The middle schools chosen with help from the San Francisco 49ers, the FLY Program (Fresh Lifelines for Youth) and the…

20120705 - Jul 19, 2012

Texas Southern YIP 2012

In its first year the YIP program at the Texas Southern University located in Houston, Texas served 44 at-risk youth. Texas Southern University and the surrounding community are deeply connected. Research programs are completed for surrounding industries, and current students and alumni keep the Houston community alive with their innovative ideas and outreach programs. Texas…

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Houston YIP 2011

The Youth Impact Program at the University of Houston in 2011 was a great success thanks to the Houston ISD teachers, UH Staff and student-athletes, and the local youth who participated.…

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Tulane YIP 2011

In its fourth year of operation, the Tulane University YIP program is the longest-operating YIP program. This year, it served 105 at-risk boys. All but two of these participants described themselves as African-American or of mixed race; the remaining two indicated they are Hispanic. The program had 14 returning youth and was able to use…

In its first year, the YIP at the University of Stanford served 74 at-risk boys. The boys who participated were chosen from middle schools in underprivileged communities, including East Palo Alto and East San Jose. The middle schools chosen, with help from the San Francisco 49ers, the FLY Program (Fresh Lifelines for Youth), and the…

20110703 - Jul 17, 2011

Syracuse YIP 2011

The Youth Impact Program at Syracuse University in its second year served 102 at-risk youth. This program had a number of youth (13) who were returning from the prior year’s program and were able to act as young mentors and role models to the other youth. The Syracuse Unified School District is the 5th largest…

20100706 - Jul 20, 2010

Syracuse YIP 2010

The Youth Impact Program at Syracuse University in its first year served 74 “at-risk” youth. The program is staffed by a cadre of experienced staff and motivated young student athletes. Syracuse University football student-athletes Antwon Bailey, Van Chew, Zach Chibane, Deon Goggins, Ollie Haney, Michael Hay, Michael Holmes, Chandler Jones, Jarel Lowrey, Justin Pugh, Phillip…

20100704 - Jul 19, 2010

Tulane YIP 2010

In its third year of operation, the Tulane University YIP program served 102 at-risk boys – 25 preparing for 6th grade, 31 preparing for 7th grade, and 46 preparing for 8th grade. All but one of these participants described themselves as African-American or of mixed race. The program had a large number of returning students…

20090705 - Apr 19, 2009

Tulane YIP 2009

In its second year of operation, the Tulane University YIP program served 128 at-risk boys, 51 6th graders, 49 7th graders, and 28 8th graders. All of these participants (100%) were African-American. Having now served nearly 300 boys in New Orleans, YIP is still only beginning to scratch the surface of need. Following Hurricane Katrina,…

20090705 - Jul 19, 2009

USF YIP 2009

In its first year of operation, the University of South Florida Youth Impact Program served 107 at-risk boys, consisting of 32 6th graders, 53 7th graders and 22 8th graders. As at all other sites, the vast majority of these students were minorities, with 80% being African-American, 10% being Hispanic, and 10% being of some…

20090705 - Jul 20, 2009

Rice University 2009 YIP

In its first year of its operation, the Rice University Youth Impact Program served 88 at-risk boys, consisting of 13 6th graders, 40 7th graders, and 35 8th graders. In terms of racial distribution, 90% of these youth were African-American, 5% were Hispanic, and 5% were from all other racial groups, including Caucasian and Asian-American.…

20080706 - Apr 19, 2015

Tulane YIP 2008

Tulane Enrichment Activities Audubon Zoo Trip to SAINTS NFL team complex Rock and Bowl Bowling Alley Guest Speakers: Tulane head coach Bob Toledo, an Athletic Trainer; Career Service professionals; and Marcus Greene (attorney). Program Overview 72 participated in the program at Tulane University. 96% of students reported enjoyed the YIP program quite a bit or totally.…

20080706 - Jul 21, 2008

USC YIP 2008

To help create and implement such a program based on the best research and with the help of experts, Mr. Ellison turned to his collegiate alma mater, the University of Southern California (USC). The University of Southern California was an ideal choice because of its rich tradition of football success, its location and reputation in…

20070701 - Jul 15, 2007

USC YIP 2007

The students who are selected to participate in the Youth Impact Program are handpicked from schools in educationally underachieving areas around Los Angeles that have previous relationships with USC. In its second year of existence, the Youth Impact Program activated additional resources from throughout the university with experience developing and implementing community programs. The committee…

20060702 - Jul 16, 2006

USC YIP 2006

The NFL Impact Program was designed to combat these sobering statistics in five Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) middle school sites: Foshay Learning Center, Edwin Markham Middle School, John Adams Middle School, Samuel Gompers Middle School, and Audobon Middle School. These schools were selected because each has a partnership with EOPC who will, over…