This collection of links contains useful information on educational resource programs available in the County of Marin.
Provides college access programs, scholarships and support.
The 4-H Program is a nonformal educational youth program.
A non-profit organization founded in 1981 to promote global learning and leadership through foreign exchange, study abroad and leadership programs for high school students from the US and around the world.
Formerly the National Center for Nonprofit Boards, is the premier resource for practical information, tools and best practices, training, and leadership development for board members of nonprofit organizations worldwide.
An independent, co-educational Jewish day school that serves K-8 students and their families in San Rafael. Our community reflects the diversity of the Marin Jewish communal fabric as well as the varied religious, cultural and socio-economic tapestry of the world around us. Everyone is welcome here.
Bridge the Gap Tutoring Program
Bridge the Gap is an evening afterschool tutoring program located in Marin City. We pair students grades K-12 with motivated adults in one-to-one tutoring relationships.
Camp Edmo in an Arts & Science, Animation, Recreation and Life Skills Camp for Pre-K - entering 4th grade kids.
Information about creating and maintaining defensible space around your home.
Farm Day is a free, hands-on event for elementary school youth.
Girls on the Run of the Bay Area
Girls on the Run is a program for girls in grades 3 - 5, that uses running to teach valuable lessons about self-respect, confidence, physical fitness, positive body image and community service.
Empowering adolescent girls (11-18) to develop and express their strengths through outdoor adventures. We recruit girls from all over the Bay Area, including Marin.
Godmothers of Timothy Murphy School
A group of volunteers who actively supports the school's educational program through fundraising and direct financial contributions, as well as donating time and talents to promote a nurturing environment for the boys.
HealthyMarin.org presents nonbiased data and information about our community.
The history of Marin County Fire Department.
With classes held at Dominican University, iD Tech is the world's #1 summer tech camp for ages 7-19, with courses in coding, game dev, robotics and design.
Mill Valley Schools Community Foundation.
Teaching principles of sustainability and the universal laws of life to children from an early age, our multicultural programs offer a creative solution to the growing childcare needs of both the unemployed and working families.
Marin County Fire Chief's Association
Dedicated to promoting progressive leadership and the coordination of legislation, prevention, training, standards, information, and education related to fire, ems, hazardous materials incidents, and disasters.
Do you want to practice public speaking, improve your communication and build leadership skills?
We enable low-income kids in Novato, ages 7-18, to participate in after-school athletics.
Publications on Marin's agriculture and natural resources.
Support and enrichment education for the Novato Unified School District.
Seneca Family of Agencies
Seneca Family of Agencies is a non profit organization founded in 1985 on the premise of providing unconditional care to children in need of foster care.
A non-profit agricultural and environmental education center in a small-farm, coastal wilderness setting.
Educational and informational library resources for teens.
The Homework Club
Offers small group professional tutoring at many bay area middle schools. New study skills program.
Designed to empower young people through computer training.
Youth in Arts
Youth in Arts’ provide students with experiences and instruction in the visual and performing arts, and enriches the community with cultural events. Programs include:
Arts Unite Us - with at risk and special needs students.
Travel the World - music, dance, theater, visual and media arts from around the globe.
Youth Leadership Institute
Youth Leadership Institute (YLI) works with young people and their adult allies to create positive social change. We design and implement community-based programs that provide youth with leadership skills in the areas of drug and alcohol abuse prevention, philanthropy, and civic engagement.