Programs

At BACDYS, we’ve always believed in the importance of empowering young people. Our youth programs focus on helping to increase the self-esteem and leadership abilities of young men and women. The programming is fun, youth-friendly and educational.

To sign up or get more information about our youth program, please call (718) 235-1700 or email us at info@bacdys.org

Youth in grades K-12 can sign up for one-to-one tutoring as well as an afterschool enrichment program.

The Bangladeshi Sports Club organizes sport activities like soccer tournaments for youth and adults in the community

Immigrant women, especially those from Bangladesh, are often expected to maintain their traditional way of life despite their new lives in a new country. BACDYS has become a gathering place for women seeking help and support with adjusting to their new environment and country. Women can take driving, ESL, and computer classes

We are happy to help make connections with other organizations. Referrals and information are provided for senior day care services, victims of domestic violence, job training, and legal assistance.

Youth get help creating resumes, filling out job applications, and finding summer or afterschool jobs and internships.

The “Going Green” program emphasizes the importance of improving and protecting the environment. Going Green is a partnership with the department of transportation and the MTA in NYC. Past participants have helped renovate a community gardenand a public pedestrian plaza at Liberty Avenue, NYC.

Adults who are recent immigrants are often faced with challenges that can isolate them from others in their community. BACDYS’s adult programs help give adults the skills and confidence they need to thrive in the communities they live and work.

To sign up or get more information, please call (718) 235-1700 or email us at info@bacdys.org.

We believe an engaged community is an empowered community. BACDYS offers opportunities to become more knowledgeable about what’s going on where clients live and work.Local elected officials and other community leaders often come to BACDYS talk about issues impacting our clients.

Clients can also take classes that help them prepare for their U.S. citizenship exam.