DAILY until 6:00PM
Before & After School Care
Academic enrichment and homework completion.
SAT/ACT Exam Preparation
Hands on practical exam preparation through activities and lectures.
2 Fridays/Month 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Club Cool Kids
Art Education, STEM Awareness, Dinner & FUN! $20 per visit
Fall Break Full Day Program
Winter Break Full Day Program
Spring Break Full Day Program
NEWS & EVENTS
Featured - Front Page, Burlington County Times
Posted January 2017
Winter break program gives students the opportunity to be creative.
ATAP Chief Operating Officer, Recognized by President Obama
Posted September 2016
Carlos S. Worthy, was recognized by President Barack Obama in Washington, DC September 14, 2016. Carlos was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award for his lifetime commitment to building a stronger nation through volunteer service.
Summer Empowerment Experience
Posted August 2016
For 8-weeks this summer youth entering grades 6-12 participated in the ATAP Summer Empowerment Program. Each week had a different area of focus to include career exploration, STEM awareness, effective communication, SAT prep and healthy living. Youth met with political leaders, faculty members, and subject matter experts as they learned and increased their perspective.
ATAP Recognized by WEA
Posted June 2016
Willingboro Education Association (WEA) awarded ATAP Foundation with the Willingboro's Finest Community Organization Award. Vicki Benedict, WEA President, awarded Dr. Worthy at WR James Elementary School at their annual celebration of students, administration, parents and community organizations.
ATAP CEO Recognized
Posted March 31, 2016
The Burlington County Advisory Council on Women and The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders awarded Dr. Worthy as an Outstanding Woman of Burlington County at The Merion in Cinnaminson, NJ.
Trip to Harlem, New York
Posted March 29, 2016
A group of 53 community members ages 8-80 joined ATAP Foundation on a trip to Harlem! We participated in a guided tour of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, dined at the historic Sylvia's Queen of Soulfood, and rounded out the day touring the Apollo Theater. We also had a special treat when 5 groups of ATAP youth were selected to perform on the Apollo Soundstage for over 200 visitors!