The Mayor's Office of Gang Reduction and Youth Development (GRYD) serves youth ages 10 to 15 with the goal of increasing positive youth development opportunities and limiting the number of youth that become involved in area street gangs.
In 2008, the lead agency for the Rampart GRYD, El Centro Del Pueblo, sought mentoring services in an effort to positively impact the youth participants and partnered agencies. Since 2009, the Mi Futuro Mentoring Program - Rampart GRYD, provides one-on-one as well as group mentoring services to over 30 at-risk youth per year. Furthermore, the program curriculum consist of theme quarters that include:College 101Career AwarenessCultural EnrichmentLeadership Development
January Tutor of the Month. Jairo, a first year at CSULA majoring in Civil Engineering, spent part of his winter break tutoring a mentee from Manual Arts High School in Trigonometry.
Education & Academic Programs Manager