Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington Announced as New 2022-2023 CityTutor Hub

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington (BGCGW) will launch a new CityTutor Hub for the 2022-2023 school year, serving students in Wards 7 and 8 at their Clubhouse 14 and FBR Club @THEARC locations. For more than 136 years, BGCGW has offered out-of-school time programming for Washington, DC, children and youth.

BGCGW’s Mike McDonald, Vice President of Impact and Innovation, notes that 98% of their Club members identify as African American or Latinx and that the pandemic exacerbated some of the academic challenges they face. “We are eager to be a part of the solution. This partnership with CityTutor DC allows BGCGW to join forces with schools in the effort to accelerate students and turn learning trends around.”

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

Established in 1886, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington (BGCGW) is one of the largest affiliates of Boys & Girls Clubs of America. BGCGW is a leader in youth development, spanning across the Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia regions. With its 26 in-person Clubs, and one virtual Club, BGCGW provides low-cost after school and summer youth programs.

The organization fills vital gaps in academic and arts enrichment, character and leadership development, and healthy living. BGCGW helps boys and girls of all backgrounds and creates a safe, positive environment where children are encouraged to nurture their ambitions and develop the steps for turning them into reality.

BGCGW is often the hub between community organizations, schools, parents and local government. BGCGW is committed to continuous improvement of the “Optimum Club Experience” and consistently seeks advancement that ensures high-yielding impacts in the lives of our country’s youth. For more information, visit their website at

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