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East African Community Services

Our Mission

Inspire East African immigrant and refugee families to achieve cradle to career success.

Our Vision

A transformed and thriving generation.

Our Values

Strong Youth & Families. Respect. Equity and Empathy

Enrollment is open and rolling so there is no deadline for students to join any of the programs we have. There could be a waitlist depending on capacity limits.


Lynk After School Grades 9-12

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A Place to Lynk Up, Chill, & Learn.

What We Offer

  • Homework Help
  • SAT/ACT Prep
  • MathCode & Robotics
  • Cultural Mentorship
  • Poetry Jam Nights
  • A Cozy Study Space
  • 1-on-1 Tutoring
  • Outdoor Fun & Sports
  • FAFSA & College Prep
  • Career Readiness & Internship

Seattle: 7050 32nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118
SeaTac: 20804 International Blvd, SeaTac, WA 98199

To Register: Email registration@eastafricancs.org


Strong Girls Powerful Leaders Mentorship Program

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The Strong Girls Powerful Leaders Program (SGPL) is a strategic component of EACS’ youth mentorship and empowerment pro­gramming. It emerged from the real needs of girls themselves. Consequently, it is for girls, by girls and women mentors. Girls will meet with mentors for discussion groups, one-on-one mentorship, and group learning. With increased sexism, racism and xeno­ phobia, there has never been a greater time to empower young girls of color.

Benefits of Participation

  • Academic Support
  • Building & gaining new skills
  • Field trips and sports
  • Long lasting Sisterhood
  • Connect with mentors
  • Goal setting
  • College Prep sessions
  • Career exploration
  • Cohort Activities
    • Confidence and Self Esteem Building
    • Relationship building, Mentorship & Community
    • Annual Camping Trip
    • Movie Night and Peer Meets

Contact: Jawaakir Omar at 206-721-1119 Ext 107 jawaahir@eastafricancs.org


Young Men Lead

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Young Men Lead {YML) is a Mentorship and Empowerment Program designed by and for East African young men.

Through a series of wraparound academic, pre-professional and cultural programs, YML works to prepare them for a lifetime of achievement: personal, cultural, and professional.

For more information, Contact:

Jawaahir Omar

206-721-1119 Ext. 107 jawaahir@eastafricancs.org


East African Community Service Summer Programs

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EACS’ Summer program is designed by and for East African youth and young adults.

We mix education, fitness, fun, and culture together to create memorable experiences.

What We Offer

  • Daily Homework Help
  • Intensive Reading
  • MathCode+Robotics
  • Family Fun Nights
  • Weekly Field Trips
  • Study & Social Groups
  • 1-on-l Tutoring
  • Outdoor Fun & Sports
  • Playstation& Xbox Nights
  • Daily Snacks

Seattle: 7050 32nd Ave South, Seattle, WA 98118

Visit EACS Website to register today or email: registration@eastafricancs.org


Tutors Needed | Get Community Service Hours

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East African Community Servcies (EACS) is looking for tutors for Middle and High School grade levels. EACS Tutors help provide academic support through homework help and conceptual building in both STEM and language arts/social science subjects.

EACS tutors dedicate time to support one or more students during study sessions, ensuring they complete sessions feeling prepared and motivated. This is a non-paid, volunteer position that with potential application for school/college credits and community service hours.

How to apply: send your resume to jawaahir@eastafricancs.org

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