Below you will find some of our most frequently asked questions. If you do not find an answer to a question you may, please call us at (813) 276-5671 or email:
Can Project LINK help me get a tutor for my child?
Yes, Project LINK provides linkage to tutorial programs for students who need academic remediation during after-school hours. The program welcomes both students in need of formal tutorial services and those who want walk-in homework assistance.
My child is in trouble at school, can someone at Project LINK attend a disciplinary action meeting with me?
Yes, a Project LINK representative can accompany any parent who may be feeling overwhelmed or confused about the disciplinary action process. Please notify Project LINK, if you need any assistance.
Can a parent volunteer with Project LINK?
Yes, Project LINK has a Neighborhood Advisory Council that welcome parents from the community. The Council actively participates by making recommendation, monitoring, and assisting in all activities sponsored by Project LINK.
Does Project LINK, offer parent workshops or empowerment classes?
Yes. Workshops and classes are offered on an interest base effort. These workshops and classes are free to the public. Project LINK is always accepting suggestions from the community on topics to cover.
Is there a cost for Project LINK programs?
No. However, there may be a cost for your child to attend summer camps or field trips in our leadership programs.
How do I register for project LINK programs?
You can register for programs and services by calling Project LINK at (813) 276-5671.