After School Network


Responding to the need for more high quality off-site after school program opportunities for over 400 students, Harlem Link Charter School, working with the ECCR Group, Inc. created the “Harlem Link After School Network."

Who Are We?

The Harlem Link After School Network is comprised of local after school providers (members) who have agreed to provide off-site high quality after school programming for our students. Network members (after school providers) have agreed to provide the following services:

  1. Accept Harlem Link referrals for off-site after school programming
  2. Academic support
  3. Recreational and enrichment opportunities to students in Kindergarten through 5th Grade
  4. Parent empowerment workshops

The “Network” serves as an extension of the Harlem Link Charter School day and allows students to continue learning, having fun, and feeling supported in a familiar and safe environment. Network members agree to share student progress reports, attendance, family referrals for additional social service assistance, and provide updates on additional family support.

Harlem Link After School Network members

Harlem Link Charter School has Community Provider Partnership After School Linkage agreements with the following agencies:

(NYCHA) Clinton House

(NYCHA) King Towers

Boys & Girls Harbor

Harlem Children Zone Beacon 54

Brotherhood Sister Sol

Benswic, Inc.

Harlem Scout Troop 771 B51

Dunlevy Milbank Center | The Children's Aid Society

Calendar, Hours, and Fees

All Harlem Link After School Network members programs operate according to the Harlem Link school calendar. Normal operating hours are school days Monday through Friday, from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m..


If you have any questions or for more details please contact:

Eugene Campbell, Executive Director

Harlem Link Charter School

Harlem Link After School Network (Room 407)

20 West 112th Street

New York, NY 10026

Office: (212) 289-3249

Cell: (845) 820-6696


Harlem Link parent:

"I have never been to a school where parents were given so much information, to actually have an intellectual conversation explaining the curriculum."