ETSS

Coming Together As One

Who: Youth from immigrant, refugee and other low income families

Where: Our 7 locations are conveniently located throughout Franklin County

East: 
530 Mcnaughten Rd. Columbus OH. 43213
When: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Level: Elementary, Middle and High School

West I:
3774 Eakin Rd. Columbus, OH. 43228
When: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm.
Level: Elementary school

North I:

5918 Sharon Woods Blvd. Columbus, OH. 43229
When: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm.

Level: Elementary, Middle and High school 

Hilliard:
5660 Trabue RD. Columbus, OH. 43026
When: Monday, Thursday and Friday from 3:30 pm till 6:30 pm

After-School Program & Cultural Enrichment Classes

Program Components: Language Art and Math, Crafts, Games, Cultural Enrichment, Interpersonal and Social-Emotional Learning skills, Nutrition and Fitness, Sports and Educational Field Trips.

Free breakfast and lunch are provided through Children's Hunger Alliance and Columbus Recreation and Park.  

Who: Immigrant/Refugee and other low income family youth, KG graduate – 8th grade (age 5 to 13 years.)

When: Every year, 8 weeks, June through August, Monday – Friday from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Where: Our 4 locations are conveniently located throughout Franklin County


East: 530 Mcnaughten Rd. Columbus OH. 43213

West I: 3774 Eakin Rd. Columbus, OH. 43228

North I: 5918 Sharon Woods Blvd. Columbus, OH. 43229

North II: 4077 Karl Rd. Columbus, OH. 43224

Summer Youth Employment Program

Northeast: 

2444 Gateway Rd. Columbus, OH. 43219
When: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm.

Level: Elementary and Middle School


West II:
3800 Briggs Rd. Columbus OH. 43228
When: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm.
Level: Middle school


North II:

4077 Karl Rd. Columbus, OH. 43224
When: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm.

Level: Elementary, Middle and High school 

The internship runs during the summer from June to August.  Click here to fill out application.  Click here to see flyer on program.


Who: Immigrant/Refugee and other low income family youth, age 14-24 yrs.

When: 8-10 weeks from June through August. Monday through Friday.  We ask that you commit roughly 4 hours daily.

Where: Internship worksites through Franklin County


Activities include: Daily work assignments, 21st Century Employment Skill, Career Exploration, Financial Literacy, Leadership and Goal Setting Training.


For more information, please contact Youth Program Manager, Solomon Ayalew at (614) 252-5362 ext. 201 or solomon.ayalew@ethiotss.org

Youth Summer Enrichment Camp


Program Components: Homework Assistance, Language Arts and Math, Cultural Enrichment, Interpersonal and Social-Emotional Learning Skills, Nutrition and Fitness, and Parent Engagement.


Free snacks/meals are provided through Children's Hunger Alliance.  


Youth Programs