Congratulations Graduates

Congratulations to the graduates of INMED’s After-School Academic Enrichment program at our Family & Youth Opportunity Center in Sterling, VA. These students have met and exceeded the goals of their academic improvement plans and are on the path to success. We are so proud of them and can’t wait to hear about their future achievements! Learn more about INMED’s programs for at-risk children and youth at

Summer Camp

We’re READY! Are you? Looking for a great, inexpensive learning camp for your 5-to 12-year-old kids this summer? Contact INMED’s Family & Youth Opportunity Center. Only $50 per week, including a snack, materials and take-home projects. The fun is FREE! Contact Yahaira Hanon at to register.

LCPS Art Exhibit

Check out our latest installment of our Loudoun County Public Schools’ art exhibit, courtesy of the talented artists of Sterling Middle School. Click here for a virtual tour:

If you would like to experience the exhibit in person, we invite you to schedule a tour of our center in Sterling by calling 703-729-4951. INMED’s Family & Youth Opportunity Center is proud to be a designated host site for Loudoun County Public Schools’ Art Program School-Business Partnership.

Cooking with Kids

The best part of cooking isn’t always about the eating. For INMED’s After-School Academic Enrichment program students, it’s about camaraderie, creativity and fun. It’s also about math, chemistry and the feeling of accomplishment. And then there’s the satisfaction of popping that first delectable dough-wrapped piggy into your mouth! Yum!

Thank you, Virginia Regional Transit (VRT)

Thank you, Virginia Regional Transit (VRT), for helping the Opportunity Center provide bus service to children in our After-School Academic Enrichment program. You have been a great community partner! Special thanks to VRT CEO Bruce Simms, VRT Operations Director Phil Thompson and VRT Loudoun Area Transit Manager Eric Levdahl, who recently toured the Opportunity Center to see their ongoing support at work!

Welcome Jackey Mendez

We are pleased to welcome our new Administrative Assistant, Jackelyn (Jackey) Mendez. She started volunteering at the Opportunity Center earlier this year while finishing her psychology degree at George Mason University. Now that she has graduated, we were fortunate to hire her! Jackey is fluent in Spanish, active in the community and a savvy social media poster. Look for her updates on Facebook and Twitter!

2018 Capstone Students

Congratulations and thank you to our 2018 capstone students: Nadia Pazekian, Loudoun Valley High School; Abha Prabu, Rock Ridge High School; Farhan Zaman, Rock Ridge High School; Sarah Hadi, Broad Run High School. These stellar students have spent the last several weeks working with at-risk children in in INMED’s After-School Academic Enrichment program and assisting with preparations for our STEAM-focused learning camps for their senior capstone projects.

Best wishes to these soon-to-be graduates as they embark on their future endeavors.

Today is International Children’s Day

INMED has been cultivating healthy children and brighter futures in more than 100 countries since 1986 with programs in health and nutrition, adaptive agriculture and youth development. Join us in celebrating this global day of children by supporting our Opportunity Center in Sterling! Shop Amazon Smile: Contribute something from our Wish List: Make a donation:

Your support matters! Thank you!

Summer Camp

Summer camp is almost here! INMED is holding 6 week-long sessions of our popular STEAM-focused learning camps at the Opportunity Center for children ages 5-12. Camps will run Monday- Friday 1 pm – 5 pm from June 18-Aug. 3. Only $50 per session, including a light meal each day, activity supplies and materials, and take-home projects.

Download our flyer: Contact Yahaira Hanon, INMED Youth Academic Services Coordinator at 571-465-5996 or