East Bay Asian Youth Center
    Who We Are

    The East Bay Asian Youth Center (EBAYC) is a community-building organization dedicated to inspiring young people to be life-long builders of a just and compassionate multi-cultural society.

    EBAYC works with all young people who live in low-wealth neighborhoods that have a significant population of Asian families.

    EBAYC is governed by a 32-member Board of Directors, which is comprised of 14 youth and 14 parents representing seven major EBAYC programs, and 4 EBAYC alumni.

    EBAYC serves a membership of over 1,200 children, youth, and their families. Our membership includes Asians (50%), Latinos (35%), and African Americans (15%).

    EBAYC administers an annual budget of nearly $5 million, and manages a staff of 35 full-time and over 200 part-time employees, including over 100 high school interns.

    EBAYC was founded in 1976.

    This information has been extracted from http://www.ebayc.org/community/