Higher Aims Clubmen

Applications for Higher Aims are now available! 


The Higher Aims program was created in 1991 by the Westchester Clubmen Foundation to provide early constructive educational intervention in the lives of young African-American men from economically disadvantaged families. Today, Higher Aims, an after-school program, serves nearly 100 African-American and Latino young men in Westchester County, specifically in Albert Leonard Middle School, New Rochelle High School, White Plains Middle and High School.

  1. Sammy Gomez-Despain

    Youth Worker
    Phone: (914) 654-2044

The goals for each Jr Clubman are as follows:

 Preparing for the college process

 Personal & Educational growth

 How to be a positive role model

 Understanding your cultural identity

 Enrichment Activities

 Mastering the game of chess

What Higher Aims Offers:

• Life Skills & Leadership Development

• Guest Speakers and Workshops

• Recreational Trips/College Tours