Monday, December 1, 2014

School News December 1-5


  • To all students and families attending our ThankCake Dinner, and all students and staff who made it possible! 
  • Special shout out to Stephanie Velazquez, Darius Case, Mr. Canepa, Mr. Fitzgerald and Mr. Rigney for their amazing UAG Gives Thanks Video, now on our YouTube Channel!

This Week at UAG

Club Schedule

Attendance/IDs/Jupiter Grades

  • FREE MOVIE TICKETS to grade with fewest lateness/absences!  October's Winning Grade - the 9th Grade Takes It Again!  
  • Photos for new IDs are being taken in the morning from 7:45-8:15am.  Speak to Mr. V or Ms. Hogarty in the lobby for a replacement ID.
  • Jupiter Grades/UAG Emails should be accessible by all students and parents at this point.  Having trouble?  Talk to your Guidance Counselor or Ms. Hogarty for assistance.
  • UAG Cell Phone Plan Contracts are being collected 4th Period by Ms. Hunter!

Locker Contracts

  • Students should share lockers with students in their grade
  •  Students will only receive a locker when both themselves and their partner return the locker contract
  • Students will only receive a locker when the following actions have taken place:
o   Title I Lunch Form submitted:
o   Blue Card submitted
o   Parent has logged on to Jupiter Grades

Student Opportunities

This Way Ahead @ THE DOOR
Attend an information session, held every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 4 or 5 p.m (through January 15, 2015)

Build career and leadership skills to last a lifetime.  Sponsored by The Gap Foundation, This Way Ahead is a nine-month long job training and leadership development program for young people who are in school, between ages 16-21 and interested in building job and life skills. You will participate in workshops led by Door coaches and employees from Gap, Old Navy, and Banana Republic who teach you about possible careers and help you gain the skills you need for a future job.

Those young people who successfully complete the training will have the opportunity to interview for paid internships at Gap, Old Navy, and Banana Republic stores. Young people who participate in this program also have access to numerous supportive services, modest stipends and additional internship opportunities.

We are now enrolling for the next cohort for This Way Ahead! To join, you must attend an information session, held every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 4 p.m. or 5 p.m. (through January 15, 2015).

Questions? Contact Jiselle Nunez-O'Neal at or at ext. 3332, or Matthew Hayward at   Learn more about This Way Ahead

Second Saturdays: The Drawing Center, Youth Insights @ The Whitney
Ongoing, Second Saturdays 

Join the Whitney’s teen group, Youth Insights, on an art world adventure the second Saturday of each month from 2pm – 4pm through April 2015! Join us for the next one on December 13, 2014; we will meet at The Drawing Center for a tour of the exhibition, Thread Lines, followed by an art making activity. Everything is free, including a free Metro Card. You don’t need any art experience—everyone is welcome! Although it’s free to attend, registration is required. RSVP online now, as space is limited. Questions? Email or call (212) 570-7752.

Girls Who Code Info Sessions

We're hosting a series of informational sessions around the New York City and New Jersey area, and we'd love to see you there. Join us and spread the word to your networks to learn more about our programs, hear from our alumnae, and get answers to all of your questions.

Students, parents, and educators are encouraged to attend one of the following events:

Manhattan: AppNexus
Tuesday, December 9th from 6:00 - 7:00 PM
28 W 23rd Street, Fourth Floor, New York City

& Thursday, December 11, 11:30-12:30pm @ UAG during Girls Club Meeting!

Queens: Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning
Tuesday, December 9th from 6:00 - 7:00 PM
161-04 Jamaica Ave, Jamaica, NY 11432

The Bronx: StartUp Box
Wednesday, January 14th from 6:00- 7:00 PM
866 Hunts Point Ave Bronx, NY 10474

Stay tuned for more informational sessions coming soon!
RSVP for an info session here!

Global Teens 2015:  South Korea and California 2015

We are happy to announce that recruitment for Global Teens 2015 is now open!
The trips are FREE but teens must be active members of the YMCA in order to be selected. I attached an application for Vanderbilt YMCA teens programs, so please pass it along to any students that would be interested in this opportunity or any educators that will help us to spread the word.

We have two Global Teen trips scheduled for this coming summer.
A trip to California that will be coordinated with the Buchanan YMCA of San Francisco and a trip to South Korea with the Seoul YMCA. Both programs will focus on environmental issues and civic engagement.

Eligible applicants must be:
• 13-18 years old
• A participant of a core Y program
• Be available to participate in weekly activities leading up to the trip dates in July.

This year the Global Teens program celebrates 20 years of fostering globally minded individuals who can interact civilly and productively with people from different cultural backgrounds and work together to solve common issues that affect us all locally and globally. It is an extension of our core youth development programs.

THE GLOBAL TEEN APPLICATIONS ARE COMING SOON. For now have your teens get involved with the YMCA. Vanderbilt Y Applications are in rack outside main office! 

Coalition for Queens: Access Code 2.0
Eligible Seniors - Eve/Weekend program Jan - Sep 2015

We are excited to announce the launch of Access Code 2.0, our tech education program that aims to create an inclusive tech community that is reflective of Queens and NYC.

Access Code equips talented adults from underserved and underrepresented backgrounds with the computer programming skills and entrepreneurial training to launch careers in the tech industry. We are building new pathways to tech for diverse and low-income communities, and in particular empowering the 65% of New Yorkers without college degrees.

The intensive 9-month part-time program in mobile app development prepares participants with no prior coding experience for entry-level developer jobs at the hundreds of innovative startups and tech companies (such as Google and Facebook) that are looking to hire the next generation of talent. These positions are in high demand with high-paid salaries averaging $85,619 across the industry—the first Access Code 1.0 program helped increase participant income from $26,000 to $73,000.

With our mission to expand access to tech opportunities, all students will receive full scholarships to the program.

Our target cohort:
Talented adults 18+ who want to learn to code and gain jobs in tech
50% women; 50% underrepresented minorities; 50% immigrants
50% without 4-year college degrees
Average incoming participant salary around $24,000
Participant annual salary no more than $45,000
No background in coding required


Upward Bound @ BMCC
Apply ASAP! 9th and 10th Graders
Upward Bound is an after-school college prep organization aimed at providing comprehensive intensive support for your child to enter the college of his/her choice, and succeed when there. This program is located at BMCC, 70 Murray St, New York, NY, and includes academic support, college tours, SAT/ACT Prep, homework labs, core subject review, Regents prep, Financial Literacy and Aid support, Cultural Events, Parent Workshops, trips and more.
The UAG Enrichment and College Offices strongly endorse these programs to provide the academic and financial support necessary for your child to have the most successful college application process with a wide range of colleges and scholarships to choose from, and also to ensure that your child graduates from college in FOUR YEARS!
Please see link for the Upward Bound application. These are competitive programs - please review application and requirements carefully. Your Guidance Counselor is here to support you.

Hunter College Now Spring Courses (Juniors & Seniors)
Deadline December 1

Hunter College Now is a FREE program through which high school students can take real credit bearing college courses while still in high school. Students can choose from a small list of courses and take classes on the Hunter College campus like a real college student. The benfits of these courses include: earning some college credit before you even start college!  demonstrating to colleges and scholarship programs that you are ready for college level work preparing yourself for the rigors of college classes
Successful completion of one or more college level courses while in high school makes you a much more competitive applicant to colleges and scholarship programs as a senior. Interested students must fill out the online application AND send Hunter their transcript, PSAT/SAT scores, and parent consent form (downloadable from our website).
Mr. Makris will assist you in sending the PSAT scores and transcript; let him know that you're applying. The link below has program and course information as well as a link to the application. The deadline is December 1st!

Art Portfolio Bootcamps with Ms. Santillo
Dec 1, 2, 2:40-3:40, Dec 3, 3:10-4pm,  Rm 743
Our art teacher, Ms. Santillo, has offered to help guide any seniors who will be preparing porfolios for art schools/progams this fall. She is an expert who can provide you with invaluable advice. These "Art Porfolio Boot Camps" will run right after Thanksgiving break on December 1st, 2nd and 3rd from 2:40 to 3:40 in the UAG art room on the 7th floor.

Wishbone Scholarship Opportunity for High School Students
Early Deadline: December 1st; Final Deadline: February 1st
Wishbone is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping high school students pursue their independent passions by funding cost prohibitive after school and summer programs. Wishbone seeks students who demonstrate a strong and independent passion that can best be pursued in an out-of-school time program. Students’ passions should be clear and specific, and they should choose an out-of-school time program that will expand on their skill set and increase confidence. Wishbone has an extensive database of available programs for students to choose
from. For more information, including application instructions, click here.

Opening Act Winter Gathering: Improv Performance and Master Class by Upright Citizens Brigade
Monday, December 1, 2014
3:00PM – 4:30Pm

Opening Act Winter Gathering scheduled for Monday, December 1, 2014 will take place at:
Broadway Comedy Club
318 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019 Between 8th & 9th Avenues
Opening Act meets regularly on Tuesdays from 3:30-5:30 in Rm 649.

New York Film Academy: City-Wide High School Film & Acting Scholarship
Deadline: December 1st

The New York Film Academy is a unique educational institution, devoted to providing the most focused filmmaking,acting, and animation instruction in the world. Our film school’s workshops offer an intensive, hands-on experience which gives students the opportunity to develop their creative skills to the fullest extent possible. The New YorkFilm Academy is pleased to offer a limited number of scholarships to our summer acting and filmmaking workshops for deserving high school students in NYC. Scholarships are given to public school students who demonstrate financial need, passion for the visual and performing arts, and outstanding academic achievement. This program
is open to students in the 10th-12th grade. The deadline to apply is December 1st. A completed application packet includes an application form, an essay (listed under “Section B” on the application form), and supporting documents that indicate a student’s financial need and academic performance (listed under “Section C” on the application form). Click here to access the application form. Complete application packets should be sent to:
Sarah Choi
New York Film Academy
100 E. 17th Street
New York, NY 10003
Click here for more information.

Manhattan Education Opportunity Center (MEOC) Open House
December 2, 2014, 10am-4pm

The SUNY-Manhattan Educational Opportunity Center (SUNY-MEOC) serves thousands of residents of Harlem, East Harlem, and throughout New York City, providing training for skilled and semi-skilled occupations as well as college foundation courses and placement services for all adult enrolled and prospective learners.

Graduates from the MEOC have moved into jobs in industry, commerce, governmental service and have been accepted into all units of the City University of New York, State University of New York and private colleges, after receiving either directly or after post-secondary education following training at the Center.

You are cordially invited to our Fall 2014 MEOC Open House! Please come and learn about what SUNY-MEOC have to offer. We will provide information on upcoming classes for spring 2015 term and introduce various academic and workforce development programs. Tour of the Center is also available.

Please click the link : to reserve your seat.


Karen Berry
Coordinator of Job Readiness Training
The State University of New York
Manhattan Educational Opportunity Center
163 West 125th Street
New York. NY 10027
Tel: (212) 961-8922 (office)
Fax:(212) 961-4343

Exploring Program Schedule: December

December 3th Activu (Technology) (New Partner)
December 4th Commscope (Technology) (New Partner)
December 4th  Grassi & Co. (Accounting) (New Partner)
December 11th Mt. Sinai Queens (Healthcare)

Exploring: Activu
Deadline: December 3rd
Are you interested in a career in technology? If so, join the Exploring Program at Activu! Activu has been designing large-scale visualization systems and video wall systems for over 30 years. They have collaborated with the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense for counter-terrorism, crisis management, cyber security, emergency management, and network operations management at command and control centers. Come join us and learn about the many careers in this rapidly growing industry.

Target Students:
 Ages 14-21
 Have an interest in a career in technology
 Mature and responsible enough to behave appropriately in a corporate setting

When: December 4th, 11th & 18th; 4:30-5:30pm
Where: Syska Hennessy Office; 1515 Broadway, 15th Floor (Manhattan)
For additional information or to register, please contact Samuel Bell at In your email be sure to include name, high school, and name of this program (Activu). 

Exploring: Grassi & Co.
Deadline: December 3rd
Are you interested in a career in accounting? If so, join the Exploring Program at Grassi & Co.! Grassi & Co. is the 75th largest accounting firm in the country, and the 18th largest in New York. They specialize in accounting, auditing, and tax services. Recognized by Accounting Today as one of the best accounting firms to work for, Grassi & Co. employs Certified Public Accountants, Certified Fraud Examiners, Certified Financial Planners, and Certified Construction Professionals, in addition to several other qualified professionals. Come and receive real-world career
experience in business and accounting by working professionals.

Target Students:

 Ages 14-21
 Have an interest in a career in accounting
 Mature and responsible enough to behave appropriately in a corporate setting

When: December 4th, 11th & 18th; 4:30-6:00pm
Where: 488 Madison Avenue, 21st Floor (between 51stand 52nd streets)

For additional information or to register, please contact Samuel Bell at In your email be sure to include student name, high school, and name of this program (Grassi & Co.). 

Exploring: Commscope
Deadline: December 3rd 

Are you interested in a career in technology? Then join the Exploring Program at Commscope! Commscope is consistently on the edge of innovation. They are one of the world’s premier network infrastructure providers. They have been involved in the world’s first wireless networks, data centers, and intelligent buildings. This program
features insight into the future of telecommunications, and excellent networking opportunities in the information technology (IT) field.

Target Students:

 Ages 14-21
 Have an interest in a career in technology and IT
 Mature and responsible enough to behave appropriately in a corporate setting

When: December 4th, 11th & 18th; 4:30-5:30pm
Where: 14 Penn Plaza (Manhattan)

For additional information or to register, please contact Samuel Bell at In your email be sure to include student name, high school, and name of this program (Commscope).

NYU School of Medicine: STEP High School Fellows Program
Deadline: December 5th

We are pleased to inform you that the STEP High School Fellows Program (STEP-HSFP) of the New York University School of Medicine (NYUSOM) is recruiting 11th graders who are members of historically underrepresented groups in scientific, technical, health-related, and licensed professions (African-American, Hispanic/Latino, and/or Native American Indian/Alaskan), and students who are economically disadvantaged to be participating Fellows in our after-school and summer enrichment program. NYUSOM’s unique STEP-HSFP utilizes innovative teaching methods and stimulating hands-on experiences to enhance the knowledge and skills of the students and to foster their interest in the pursuit of higher education in the sciences or in medicine. The Fellows will learn about varied
medical conditions and their causative biologic and physiologic mechanisms. They will discuss the socio-economic implications of illness, as well as pertinent health education and preventive strategies to combat those diseases.

The STEP-HSFP will comprise of three sessions which will run consecutively: spring, summer, and fall. All participants are required to commit for all three sessions. The program begins in February; participating students will meet at NYUSOM for an intensive 40-hour SAT prep and college workshop tentatively scheduled for Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 5-7pm, and two Saturdays. The summer program includes college prep sessions, the development of library and research skills, writing and presentation workshops, anatomy and statistics, and seminars on public health issues. The HS Fellows return next September for an 8-week program where they will have an assigned medical student mentor who will assist the participants with the college application process.

The applications are due by December 5th. Click here to access the application. Click here for more information and a recruitment letter to schools. If you have additional questions, contact Carlos Restrepo, Director of STEP-HSFP, at

UAG "Battle of the Grades"
Basketball Tournament
Friday, December 5, 3pm-5:30pm

Winner takes on [undefeated] STAFF!
Sign up with grade-level teams of 5-8 with Mr. Rigney or Mr. Fitzgerald in in Suite 628

SEO Scholars (9th Grade)
Deadline: December 5, 2014

Admission spots at SEO Scholars are doubling this year! We’ll be admitting our largest class yet – 2509th grade public high school students from across New York City – and we are seeking motivated students to apply! Our application is now online and can be found at:

SEO Scholars will be hosting an application workshop for 9th grade students applying to our program on Tuesday, November 25 from 4:00-6:00pm at our office at 55 Exchange Place, Suite 502.

During this workshop, we will cover the following:

· Creating and Navigating the Online Application

· Teacher Recommendations

· Essay and Short Answer Responses

· Parent Income Verification

If you know of any students who will benefit from this workshop, please pass this information along and make sure they RSVP as soon as possible. Spaces are limited to the first 60 students who RSVP! For students to RSVP, all they have to do is send an email to with their name and email address. Students are only to attend if they receive a confirmation email back from us. All levels of application completion are welcome. Refreshments will be provided.

What: SEO Scholars 9th Grade Application Workshop
When: Tuesday, November 25, 4-6pm
Where: 55 Exchange Place, Suite 502 (5th floor), New York, NY 10005
How: RSVP with your name and email to, and cc:

Black Girls CODE New York Chapter x Code Liberation: Game Jam
December 6, 2014

Black Girls CODE New York Chapter will be kicking off Computer Science Week at NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering with an exciting game development workshop and game jam! This workshop focuses on game development with Gamemaker: Studio. This workshop is designed for all girls ages 12-17. The event will take place Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The address of the location is 2 Metrotech Center, 8th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201. Click here for more information.

AFS Project Change
Deadline: December 10, 2014

Win a full scholarship to go abroad and make an impact.
What change would you like to make in the world?
Win a full scholarship to embark on a life-changing experience - DESIGNED BY YOU. 
Submit your idea for a community service project that addresses a major global issue:  education, hunger and nutrition, arts and technology, sustainability, cultural understanding.
If you win, travel to your top destination and put your vision into action. Act Now!

Foot Locker Scholar Athletes Scholarship
Nomination Deadline: December 11th; Application Deadline: December 18th

For the fourth consecutive year, Foot Locker will be rewarding 20 incoming college freshmen with $20,000 in scholarship funding – not because they scored the most touchdowns or goals, but because sports have helped them grow into strong leaders at school and in their communities. The Foot Locker Scholar Athletes Scholarship is open to students who are college-bound in the Fall of 2015, participate in a sports-related activity in high school, on an intramural team, or in their communities, and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. The deadline to nominate students is December 11th. Student applications are due by December 18th. Click here for more information. If you have additional questions, contact Lizzy Divine at

Apply Now for Dancing into the Future

Feb 3 – May 12, 2015
Application Deadline: December 12, 2014

Dancing Into the Future
Dates: Tuesdays & Thursdays, Feb 3 – May 12, 2015, 4—6pm
Duration: 24 workshops plus final performance
Venue: BAM Fisher, 321 Ashland Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Application deadline: December 12, 2014 at

BAM is pleased to announce the 2015 season of the unique and FREE after-school program Dancing into the Future. Teamwork, commitment, and self-confidence are the central tenets of this intensive workshop. Participants attend dance performances and learn diverse dance styles, such as African dance, Bollywood, and contact improvisation, from professional artists. Collaborating on everything from music choice to choreography, students create an entirely original dance piece and perform their work at the BAM Fisher.

No previous dance or choreographic experience is required. All students must submit an application and complete an interview in order to be considered for the program.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:

Eveline Chang
Program Manager
Education & Humanities
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
Mail: Peter Jay Sharp Building
30 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217-1486
Office: BAM Richard B. Fisher Building, 6th Flr
321 Ashland Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11217-1486
P: 718.724.8122
F: 718.230.0314

New! Tribeca Film Fellows Program
Deadline: Jan 12, 2015

Do you know any outstanding young media or filmmakers living in the New York area? Tribeca Film Fellows<> is now accepting applications for the Class of 2016!


In this year-long fellowship for high school junior and seniors, students gain a deeper knowledge of the power of film to influence social change through the development of a creative project, intensive workshops, direct contact with seasoned filmmakers and the local and global leaders framing the issues.

Our fellows' work has been displayed on the big screens in Times Square<>, they've worked award-winning filmmakers on projects like The Power of Words<>, and have had their work showcased at the Tribeca Film Festival and featured in The New York Times<>.

Fellows work closely with Tribeca Film Institute staff and professional film mentors who help them develop their films and pitch their projects in competition for a college scholarship in the amount of $1,500. In addition, Fellows receive individual academic support in preparation for statewide and nationwide exams, including Regents and the SAT, as well as support in the college application process.

Apply today!<>

JOIN US at The Urban Assembly’s Career & Technical Education Symposium! December 13, 2014; 9:00am – 2:00pm

The Urban Assembly is hosting a Career & Technical Education Symposium: Preparing Today's Youth for the 21st Century Economy. This event will take place at New York University's Kimmel Center, located at 60 Washington
Square South, New York, NY 10012, and is sponsored by JPMorgan Chase. Recognized as a leader in Career & Technical Education (CTE), The Urban Assembly has created seven New York City CTE public high schools. In our
effort to serve, celebrate and learn from the field, the CTE Symposium will focus on answering the questions central to preparing today's young people for tomorrow's workforce. Our growing list of participants and speakers includes
Deputy Mayor Richard Buery, former Assistant Secretary for Career, Technical and Adult Education at the U.S. Department of Education Dr. Brenda Dann-Messier, and leaders in the field of CTE presenting practitioners, experts, policy advisors, funders, and public and private sector partners. Please join us! Click here to RSVP and learn more about the event on the CTE Symposium website, which will grow over the next two months to include resources, social media feeds, details about our participating experts, and the call to action for our community.

HELP SPREAD THE WORD! Invites have gone out to our entire UA network and we are targeting additional invitations over the next few weeks, but we could use more outreach help. The CTE Symposium is free and open to
the public. We want to encourage not only individuals from the education field to join, but also industry, and private and public sector individuals. The event will provide a great opportunity for UA schools, to bring together current
partners and supporters in a setting intended to generate ideas and enthusiasm around new avenues for partnership and support. Please share the below information with your networks and include a link to our CTE
Symposium website:


WHERE: NYU Kimmel Center – 60 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012

Models for NonViolence Casting Call
December 13, 2014

Are you tired of DOMESTIC VIOLENCE?
Are you tired of GUN VIOLENCE?
Are you tired of RAPE or DATE RAPE?
Are you tired of BULLYING?
Are you tired of CHILD ABUSE?


Models for Non Violence is the very first company that allows everyday women to use their looks to help stop violence.

The mission of Models For Non- Violence is to decrease violence by increasing awareness and education through beauty, entertainment and fashion.

I’ve been blessed with the gift of beauty, and will use that gift to enhance the quality of someone else’s life.

Models For Non Violence is seeking women that are interested in becoming models and allowing us to use their likeness FREE OF CHARGE for ALL Anti-Violence marketing materials.

FREE Professional Photo Shoots

FREE Professional Video Shoots

FREE Professional Portfolio

FREE Hair & Make up

Resume Building Assignments

Etiquette Classes

Models For Non Violence is seeking MAKE UP ARTISTS & HAIR STYLISTS that will be willing to VOLUNTEER three (3) hours per week doing our models hair and make-up.

Models UNDER 18 yrs of age ABSOLUTELY MUST bring a parent or legal guardian. There is ZERO exception to this rule.

12-13-14 @ 1:00PM -- Saturday

2821 Fredrick Douglas Blvd
See our Facebook Page So That You Can See EXACTLY Who We Are And EXACTLY What We Do:
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SEP Holiday Hackathon
December 13, 2014, 9am-3pm @ Microsoft, 11am-3pm

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This free event is open to SEP, BASE, & AFSE students
Space is limited to 10 students per school

Questions? Learn more @

American Museum of Natural History After School Program
Dates: January 5, 2015- February 13, 2015
Applications Open: October 26 to December 14
Application Deadline: Sunday, December 14

Application Link:
Exploratory Courses - Introductory level courses where you can explore diverse interests. These are
NOT pre-requisites for the Science Research Mentoring Program and are open to students in 9-12th grade.
Explosive Earth
From the city streets, our planet may appear pretty easy-going. But what happens when the pressure builds? Join us as we explore the world of volcanoes! We will learn why they exist, where they form, and a volcano study is never complete without modeling how they erupt. Not only will we explore their inner workings, but we will also have the opportunity to examine the role volcanoes play in past and present societies around the world.
Meeting Times: Wednesdays 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Meeting Dates: 1/7, 1/14, 1/21, 1/28, 2/4, 2/11
Conservation Genetics
A wallet, a handbag and a pair of boots walk into the airport. All three are made of leather, but only one of them is legally traded - how can we find out which one it is? Call in the DNA detectives. Conservation genetics is the field that seeks to use DNA to study and protect the living world and its biodiversity. Students in this course will learn about how DNA sequencing, including DNA Barcoding, and fingerprinting techniques can be used to determine species distribution patterns, to identify products made from endangered animals, and to propagate endangered species in captivity. The students will then learn how scientists and governments can use this information to allocate limited conservation dollars where they are most needed. By the end of the course, students will write grant proposals for their own conservation projects, which they will then present to the class. This course is offered free as part of the Urban Barcode Research Program. In order to qualify for the program, you must also enroll in the DNA Barcoding & Bioinformatics course that will be offered during the next session of the After School Program.
Meeting Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Meeting Dates: 1/6, 1/8, 1/13, 1/15, 1/20, 1/22, 1/27, 1/29, 2/3, 2/5, 2/10, 2/12
Cosmology is the study of the Universe as a whole – what it is, what's in it, how it came to be, and what the ultimate fate of it is. Today, Cosmologists study things like the Big Bang, Dark Energy, and the shape of the Universe. There are also cosmologies from other cultures and parts of the world, which describe the heavens in relation to their view of the cosmos. In this class, you'll learn about both aspects of cosmology – see how different cultures represent their cosmologies through exhibits from around the Museum, and learn about how scientists study the Universe and what we have learned (and what we don't know!).
Meeting Times: Fridays 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Meeting Dates: 1/9, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13
The Ape in You
Where do humans come from and where are we going? Look beyond the pop-culture answers in books, television and films by examining Museum specimens, observing primate behavior, test driving neo-lithic tools, and extracting living DNA. In this human evolution course, we will see what makes humans unique with in-depth discussions, hands-on activities and Museum hall visits that delve into the history of us all.
Meeting Times: Fridays 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Meeting Dates: 1/9, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13

Science Research Courses - Intensive courses that serve as pre-requisites for the Science Research
Mentoring Program and are offered for free. Science Research courses are open to students in 10-12th grade.

Culture, Language & Society
This course is a pre-requisite for the Museum’s Science Research Mentoring Program (SRMP) in the
biology and anthropology tracks. You may not always be aware of it, but culture is everywhere. Culture is made up of the language you speak, the food you eat, the clothes you wear, your religion, your gender, your ethnicity, your nationality, and even expectations of how you should behave. These dimensions of our lives determine how each of us understands the world around us, how we relate to family, friends, and strangers, and how each of them relates to us. Culture is the lens through which humans see the world and it exists in almost endless diversity throughout the world. In this course, we will explore how anthropologists study cultural differences in health, gender, economics, religion, and communication to better understand humankind. The course is offered free-of-charge.
Meeting Times: Mondays and Wednesdays 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Meeting Dates: 1/5, 1/7, 1/12, 1/14, 1/21, 1/26, 1/28, 2/2, 2/4, 2/9, 2/11, and another date TBD
Mechanisms of Evolution
This course is a pre-requisite for the Museum’s Science Research Mentoring Program (SRMP) in the
biology and anthropology tracks. This course will teach the evidence for and mechanisms of evolution, beginning with the history of evolutionary theory. Students will learn the ways that the genetic makeup of a population can change over time, and how new species are formed. This class will also introduce students to evolutionary systematics and cladistics, or how scientists study the evolutionary relationships between living things. The course is offered free-of-charge.
Meeting Times: Mondays and Wednesdays 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Meeting Dates: 1/5, 1/7, 1/12, 1/14, 1/21, 1/26, 1/28, 2/2, 2/4, 2/9, 2/11, and another date TBD
Dynamic Earth
This course is a pre-requisite for the Museum’s Science Research Mentoring Program (SRMP) in the
astrophysics and earth and planetary science track. In this Earth and Planetary Science course, students will learn about the latest research conducted at the Museum through interactions with scientists, lectures, hall visits and hands-on activities. Our goal will be to understand the ongoing processes that transform our unique world by looking at how earth was formed, why and how events such as earthquakes, volcanoes, and climate change occur, and much more. The course is offered free-of-charge.
Meeting Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Meeting Dates: 1/6, 1/8, 1/13, 1/15, 1/20, 1/22, 1/27, 1/29, 2/3, 2/5, 2/10, 2/12
Research Methods in Conservation Biology
This course is a pre-requisite for the Museum’s Science Research Mentoring Program (SRMP) in the
biology and anthropology tracks. This course will introduce the principles and techniques of conservation biology, the causes of species extinctions and how the environment is changed over time by human activity. Aspects of population biology relevant to conservation will be covered, as well as conservation genetics, and the genetic concepts and techniques used by scientists to study endangered populations. The course is offered free-of-charge.
Meeting Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Meeting Dates: 1/6, 1/8, 1/13, 1/15, 1/20, 1/22, 1/27, 1/29, 2/3, 2/5, 2/10, 2/12
For more information visit:

New York City Science and Engineering Fair
Application Deadline: December 17th 

The New York City Science and Engineering Fair (NYCSEF), the city’s largest research competition for high school students, is an exceptional educational opportunity for students to engage in the research process, share their research with peers and scientists from around the city, and compete for a variety of prizes, including an all expense paid trip representing NYC at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair in May 2015. A competitive science project requires students to develop essential literacy, numeracy, critical thinking, and communication skills – skills highlighted throughout the Common Core State Standards. To learn more about the application process, opportunities for teacher participation, and general information, visit this website. The
deadline to apply is December 17th. For more information, call 718-254-7252 or email

Angelo del Toro Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute
Deadline: December 19th

Your school is encouraged to connect students with the applications for the 2015 Angelo del Toro Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute (HYLI). The institute begins on January 31, 2015 and is open to students from grades 10 through 12 of any Hispanic background. The program provides students with the opportunity to learn how a bill is passed in the New York State Assembly; it culminates in a weekend trip to Albany. Students also develop skills in writing and learn debating, as well as leadership skills. Applicants must submit a 500-word essay on the topic described in the application. The deadline to apply is December 19th. For more information, contact Miguel Cordero at Click here for additional information.


Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Abroad is an innovative high school student exchange program between Americans and people from countries with significant Muslim populations. Sixty-five full scholarships are available to American high school students to live with host families and study for one academic year in countries that may include: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Macedonia, Malaysia, Morocco, Oman, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, and Turkey.
*The U.S. Department of State reserves the right to amend this list at any time.
· 65 scholarships available
· Program website:
· YES Abroad application deadline is January 7, 2015

Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) is an academic year program for high school and gap year students to study abroad in Germany. Congress-Bundestag scholars serve as ‘youth ambassadors’ of the United States, sharing their life and culture with their German hosts and local government officials, and gaining new perspectives on global current affairs.
· 250 scholarships are available nationwide, 50 available to students in AFS’s region in the northeastern states (CT, DC, DE, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, and VT)
· Program website:
· Students living in the northeastern U.S. (states listed above) apply through AFS with an application deadline of midnight (ET) on January 8, 2015

Questions for program staff?
You can contact the following email inboxes with program-specific questions:
· YES Abroad:

Anthony Quinn Scholarship Program
Deadline: January 5th

Organized as a vehicle to perpetuate Anthony Quinn’s vision for an art conscious society, the Anthony Quinn Foundation Scholarship Program raises and distributes funds for arts education. The Scholarship Program focuses on the Visual Arts & Design, Dance, Theatre, Singing, Instrumental, Media Arts, and Literary Arts for young adults in high school. Scholarship recipients can apply Foundation funds to any recognized pre-college or arts education program. Funds awarded will be sent directly to the pre-college or arts education program designated by the student. The Scholarship cannot be used for secondary school or college tuition. The Scholarship Program is for young adults in high school who demonstrate exceptional talent and dedication with a strong commitment to personal artistic growth and who will benefit from financial support. The Foundation makes an effort to distribute the funds evenly across the fields of focus listed above. The deadline to apply is January 5th. Click here for more information.

MoMA Teens: In The Making
Deadline: January 8th 

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Teens Programs is now accepting applications for the MoMA Teens In The Making program. In The Making offers free hands-on classes for NYC high school students, ages 13-19. No experience necessary! MoMA provides all materials, food, studio space, and more. Each course meets once per week on either Tuesdays or Thursdays for 10 weeks, and culminates in a teen art show of participants’ work. Applications are due by January 8th. Click here for more information, including application instructions and the list of available classes.

Girls Who Code: Summer Immersion Program
Deadline: February 13th

Girls Who Code (GWC) is now recruiting for its Summer Immersion Program! The Summer Immersion Program is an innovative program pairing over 250 hour of intensive instruction with engagement opportunities with the industry’s top players. The program is free of charge for all participants. GWC would like to partner with UA to involve as many of our students as possible in the Summer Immersion Program that:
 Uses project-based curriculum to teach computer science, including algorithms, loops, basic data
structures, Python, HTML, and JavaScript
 Cultivates crucial soft skills such as public speaking, leadership, and entrepreneurship
 Exposes students to successful female role models through guest speakers, field trips, workshops, and mentors

This program will take place in summer 2015, Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm for 7 weeks. The tentative dates are July 6, 2015 through August 16, 2015. Eligible applicants are:
 Current 10th and 11th grade girls interested in computer science and technology
 Prior computer science experience is not required
 Residents of the NYC area where the program is held
 Resilient
 Persistent
 Show commitment
 Accountable
 Reliable
 GPA is considered, but low GPA will not exclude students

Applications will open on January 12, 2015. The deadline to apply is February 13th. Students will be notified of their application outcomes by the end of March. Although the applications are not open yet, GWC would like to schedule information sessions with your school. GWC has the capacity to run information sessions in November, December and early January. These sessions could involve attending an assembly (especially at an all-girls school) or running a lunchtime information session for interested students. During these information sessions, GWC would like to have at least 15 minutes for a presentation, following by time for Q&A.

This has the potential to be a high impact program for UA students, and with 200 spots available in the program, should be a viable opportunity for a number of UA students to participate. If you have questions, need additional information, or would like to be connected to GWC, please reach out to your SOT liaison, or contact Jen Sainsbury at

Princeton Summer Journalism Program
Deadline: February 20, 2015

This is an all-expenses-paid program for high school student journalists from low-income backgrounds that will take place for 10 days next summer on the campus of Princeton University. The program is entering its 14th year; since 2002, approximately 260 students from high schools across the country have participated. The program’s goal is to diversify college and professional newsrooms by encouraging outstanding students from low-income backgrounds to pursue careers in journalism.

Classes at the program are taught by reporters and editors from The New York Times, The Washington Post, The New Yorker, The Daily Beast, Time, National Journal, New York Magazine, The New Republic, ESPN the Magazine, CNN and NPR, among other media outlets. Students meet with numerous Princeton professors, as well as Princeton’s president and dean of admissions. They report an investigative story, cover a professional sports event, produce a TV segment, and publish their own newspaper. And they receive guidance on the college admissions process not only during the 10 days of the program, but also during the fall of their senior year of high school.

Students selected for the program will have all their costs, including the cost of travel to and from Princeton, paid for by the program.

The application process will take place in two rounds. The first round of the application should be filled out online here:

We must receive this part of the application by 11:59 p.m. EST on Friday, February 20, 2015.

Those students selected to advance to the second round of the application process will be notified in March. They will be asked to provide printed copies of the following items via U.S. mail: an official transcript; the first page of the 2013 (or 2014, if available) income-tax return form (the 1040 or 1040EZ form) of their custodial parent(s)/guardian(s), or a signed statement by their parent(s)/guardian(s) saying that their income is below the level at which they would be required to file income tax returns; a recommendation letter from a teacher; and clips from their high school newspaper or other publication (optional).

To be eligible for the program, students must meet the following qualifications:

- They must currently be juniors in high school.

- They must live in the continental United States.

- They must have at least an unweighted 3.5 grade point average (out of 4.0).

- They must have an interest in journalism.

- The combined income of their custodial parent(s)/guardian(s) plus 
child support payments, if any, must not exceed $45,000.

Note: This program is for students from low-income backgrounds. If the combined income of the custodial parent(s)/guardian(s) plus child support payments, if any, exceeds $45,000 and a student still wishes to apply, he or she may attach a letter explaining why his or her family qualifies as financially under-resourced.

Additional information about the program is available at

If you have questions, the best way to reach us is via email at

The Point: Photography Classes
Apply Now! 

A collaborative program with the International Center of Photography (ICP), ICP at The Point teaches youth students the fundamentals of black-and-white photography. Students as young as nine take part in weekly after school and summer classes. The classes are free, and the program runs after school from September 29 – December 11, 2014. Registration is required, and students are admitted on a first-come, first-served basis. Click here to apply.

Teen Open House:
Thursday, November 6, 2014 • 7-8:30pm

Teen Programming at THE POINT CDC promotes active healing and is mission-driven, transformative, asset-based, leadership bound, and safe and caring. Young adults from 13-24 years old can register for one or multiple free workshops throughout the year leading towards college and professional careers in the arts, activism, education and more.
For more info on THE POINT's Teen Programs and how to sign up to be a part of the fun, email Danny R. Peralta at or call (718) 542-4139.

Academic SupportCollege Confidant/College Prep
The purpose of this workshop series is to prepare high school students for not only college courses, but for college life itself. Students will be challenged to take their writing skills to the next level while establishing a deep connection to the power of their own voice.
Time TBA
Instructor: TBA

Teen Arts
 Ensemble and Production
The Point Academy of Digital Media and Production offers fundamentals of music reading, melodica and electronic music ensemble, and music production or instrument making.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
7:00 - 9:00pm
Contact: Yamil Lora, 718-542-4139, X.131
Register here.

Black & White Photography
A collaborative program with the International Center of Photography, ICP at THE POINT teaches the fundamentals of black-and-white photography. Students have access to THE POINT's onsite black-and-white darkroom and Vantage Point Gallery. Registration ongoing. 10-week course, four times a year. FREE.
Pre-Teen, Mondays or Tuesdays 4:00-7:00PM
Teen, Wednesdays or Thursdays 4:00-7:00PM
Open Lab, Fridays 3:00-6:00PM & Saturdays 1:00-4:00PM
Contact: Alicia Clarke or Tiffany Williams 718-542-4149
Email: or
For more info click here.

Social Circus
Social Circus workshops in collaboration with Cirque du Soleil offer young people from 11 years and up an opportunity to learn a variety of circus disciplines including aerial, juggling, acrobatics, clowning and more, while building valuable life skills! Teens have the chance to perform throughout the city and even become coaches in training. FREE.
Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45 - 8:30pm.
Instructors: Amy Chen and Polly Soloman.
Contact: Amy Chen, 718-542-4139 X.152
From October 2014 - June 2015
Orientation dates
2014: 10/2 and 11/6.
2015: 1/16, 2/17, 3/12 and 4/14.
For more info click here.
Register here.

Abada Capoeira
Capoeira is a unique Afro-Brazilian art form which is an exciting combination of music, martial arts and acrobatics. Most students that take Capoeira, learn much more than the fundamentals of life by setting and achievent goals. Wednesday 7-8:30pm
Contact: David Handler, 718-542-4139
Register here.

Culinary Arts & Design
Blank Plate, the creative culinary program that’s changing a neighborhood, one plate at a time.
Date and time TBA.
Contact: Alejandra Delfin and Kelston Bascom, 718-542-4139 X.155

Visual Arts
Painting, drawing, and mural arts. The overall theme of this year's workshops is climate change, however these salon style meetings of artists of all ages ( 13 and over ) support individual vision and professional development, in an atmosphere where older seasoned artists share their experiences with the younger. We will kick off the season with silk painting. Artists participate in ongoing mural projects, exhibitions at THE POINT and beyond.
Wednesdays 6:45-9:30pm FREE.
Contact: Carey Clark, 718-542-4139 X.150
Register here.

Theatre Arts with Open Hydrant
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! This exciting program for young teens offers cut-edge theater productions by partnering with professional theater actors! We meet Wednesday evenings from 7-10 for scene study and production rehearsals. Our plays are shown to the community and at schools in the Tri-State area. Some of our past students' recent television and film work include: Ice Age: Continental Drift, Happy Feet. Monster House, City of Ember, Wonderland, Factory Girl, Remember The Titans, Sky High, Shark Bait, Gilmore Girls, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Bones. NCIS, Pair of Kings, Jane By Design, Modern Family, Sonny With a Chance, Chuck, Suite Life On Deck, CSI, Vegas, Entourage, The Good Wife, ATL, The Bernie Mac Show, Khloe and Lamar and Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Open to all teens 10 - 17.
Saturdays 12:30-2:30PM
$10 a class. (Scholarships available).
Contact Luis Cardenas or Sarah “Rosie” Rosenberg
At 718-542-4139 X.175 or

Teen Advocacy
A.C.T.I.O.N. engages 20 stipended youth activists three times per week who work to identify social and environmental justice issues facing the Hunts Point community. Participants create and manage campaigns with the goals of developing ongoing youth-led solutions.
From September through June, and during the summer.
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 4:00- 7:00pm
Plase fill out the applications by Friday, October 3, 2014.
Contact: Rebecca Rosado, 718-542-4139 X.128
For more info click here.
Apply here.
To print an application click here

W.O.M.E.N. (Where Our Minds Empower Needs)
W.O.M.E.N. young women’s leadership program combines sex education with the Arts, bridging the gap between how information is learned and retained. Workshops include healing circles, LGBTQ sex education workshops, creative writing classes and more! Women identified youth of all cultural backgrounds who wish to empower themselves and their community are encouraged to join. Dinner and train pass provided.
Fridays 5:30pm to 7pm
Contact: Teresa Rivera, 718-542-4139.
Register here.

MEN's Group
Men's group is a young men’s empowerment group that addresses the health and social issues facing male-identified youth in the South Bronx. M.I.S.T.E.R. provides a safe space for youth to discuss and combat the social pressures brought about by the media, society, and their peers by creating campaigns informing and empowering the whole community. Dinner and train pass provided. Ages 13-24yrs old.
Fridays 5:30 -7pm.
Contact: Danny Peralta, 718-542-4139 X.138.or
Register here.

Teen Technology
Video Game Design and Tech-Entrepreneurship
Tech-entrepreneurship program and video game academy teaching basic coding skills, 3d design/printing, digital media basics and business fundamentals.
Wednesdays 7-8:30pm
Contact: Jerelyn Rodriguez or Joe Carrano

Teen Internships
As an important step to preparing job readiness and improving access to higher education, THE POINT provides internship opportunities for teens. Students can intern in all areas of THE POINT's programs including:

A.C.T.I.O.N. Summer Internship
THE POINT's teen community leadership group A.C.T.I.O.N. (Activists Coming to Inform Our Neighborhood) engages ten stipend teen activists throughout the summer months to continue the group's social and environmental justice campaigns. A.C.T.I.O.N. also works to connect teens with summer internship opportunities outside THE POINT!
Contact: Rebecca Rosado 718-542-4139

Theatre Apprenticeship
Interns work in THE POINT's Live From the Edge Theatre as stagehands and gain technical theatre experience including sound and lighting skills.
Contact: Danny Peralta 718-542-4139, X138

Summer Youth Leadership
Teens have the opportunity to learn leadership, teamwork, mentoring and first aid skills and help staff THE POINT’s Summer Youth Programs as junior counselors and activity specialists through this program. Summer Youth Leaders are comprised of teens from the community and the Department of Youth and Community Development's Summer Youth Employment Program.
Contact: Danny R. Peralta 718-542-4139, X.138

Email: dannythepoint@gmail.comFor more information, contact Alicia Clarke at or Tiffany Williams at You can also call 718-542-4149.



The Summer of 2015 will mark the 46th year of operation for the schools that form the New York State Summer School of the Arts. This program, with its seven component summer residential Schools, are administered by the New York State Education Department. Recognized as one of the finest programs of its kind in the nation, over 15,000 high school age students have become part of this unique summer experience. Alumni of the program will attest to the success of the schools in helping high school students with special talents identify and pursue career choices in all fields of the fine arts and performing arts at an early age. The Schools provide opportunities for all New York State students who qualify through auditions, to receive the highest level of training and instruction.

The Summer Schools of the Arts are directed and staffed by internationally acclaimed artists and companies such as the New York City Ballet and ThePhiladelphia Orchestra. Students work in small groups and in one-on-one sessions with professionals and with other students of similar ability. NYSSSA's goal is clear: to provide intensive, preprofessional training programs for New York State's most gifted and motivated young artists and those who are considering careers in the arts or entertainment industries. A student's time at NYSSSA could be life changing!

The schools provide intensive training in an environment where students experience the rigorous discipline of the daily life of a professional artist. The program is open to all New York State high school age students who qualify through auditions. NYSSSA Programs qualify students for one full unit of high school credit with the student's home district approval. Appropriate documentation is sent to the student's school at the close of the program.

Tuition assistance, based upon financial need, is available. NYSSSA is proud to represent the wide spectrum of cultural, ethnic, social, and economic diversity that is New York State.  Learn more here:

Harlem RBI
Apply Now! 

Harlem RBI provides inner-city youth with opportunities to Play, Learn and Grow. Since its founding in 1991, Harlem RBI has grown to serve more than 1,500 boys and girls annually, ages 5-22, providing them with year-round sports, educational and enrichment activities. Harlem RBI is currently seeking students to join its afterschool programs. These programs are for students to have an opportunity to play organized baseball or softball, while also receiving academic support, joining a positive community, and getting support to reach their goals on and off the field. In addition to playing on teams, youth will meet regularly with Program Coordinators, participate in team activities, and access free tutoring, college counseling, scholarships, and more. Preference will be given to students who live and/or go to school in East Harlem or the South Bronx, since students will be expected to attend afterschool programming at Harlem RBI. If you are interested in attending, you must complete an interest form. If
you have additional questions, please contact Deborah Steinberg at or at 212-722-1608.

Scouting NYC Open Meetings - Wednesdays @ 6:30pm 114th St & Bway

Troop 520 invites Boys 6th Grade through 12th Grade to attend an OPEN HOUSE at Broadway Presbyterian Church, 601 W 114th Street @ Broadway (#1 train to 116, M4 and M104 bus)
Troop meets every Wednesday at this location, contact us for visiting on a different day **
For more Information about our Troop, Contact: Gregory Morris 212-866-1141 or

For over 100 years, Scouting has helped youth develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills that influence their adult lives. Troop activities focus on teaching boys basic outdoor skills along with personal responsibility and appreciation for their community and their environment. The Boy Scouts of America provides youth with programs and activities that allow them to try new things, provide service to others and practice leadership in a safe environment. Come and check out the Troop 520 Open House for more info (or let us know if you want to come another day – visitors are always welcome!)

Ballet Hispanico School of Dance

The General Program at the Ballet Hispanico School of Dance offers something for everyone. Developed with the highest level of artistic excellence offered at any dance institution, our program supports the recreational dancer interested in taking one to three classes a week. With over 25 classes a week in a wide array of genres--from ballet and flamenco to hip-hop, salsa, and jazz--our students receive not only a thorough grounding in the primary techniques, but also specialized training in the rich and varied Latin American dance traditions, which for many is their cultural heritage.

To register by email, save completed form as “LAST NAME_Registration 14-15” and attach to an email
Forms are also accepted via fax, mail, and in-person visits to the School of Dance office.
SCHOLARSHIPS are available for those who qualify.
Questions? Contact the School Office at 212-362-6710.
2014-15 Schedule available for download HERE.

Futures and Options: Core Internship Program
Deadline: Rolling 

The Futures and Options Core Internship Program is offered to 11th and 12th grade students from NYC high schools. Private and nonprofit businesses are welcome to join as internship partners throughout the year, and represent various employment sectors – financial, small business, technology, real estate, retail, and nonprofit. In addition to their paid internships, students will attend monthly work-readiness workshops and meet for special career development and exploration field trips. To be eligible, students must be:

 A high school students living in NYC

 16 years of age or older

 Currently in 11th or 12th grade

 Legally able to work in the U.S.

 Able to work 10-15 hours per week after school, and attend workshops and trips

Futures and Options accepts applications for the Core Internship Program on a rolling basis, but students are encouraged to apply early before spaces are filled. Interested students must complete an online application and upload their resume. Select students will then be invited for an interview. Click here for additional information on how to apply. Click here for more information, or to access a program flyer. If you have additional questions, contact Christine Scarfuto at

TechKidsUnlimited Fall Sunday Workshop Schedule
Tech Kids Unlimited (TKU) is a technology-based educational organization, for kids ages 7 to 18 with special needs, which empowers and inspires the next generation of digital natives to learn, create, develop and share the tools of technology. TKU teaches technology to kids who learn differently.

EHTP wishes you all the best as you begin another school year filled with exploration, learning, and fun!

We still have open spots in our University Program, and invite your students and families to apply. Our programs are offered free of charge and operate year-round, including dynamic full-day summer programs for both middle and high school students.

MNN Youth Media Classes: aspiring media makers to produce critical content in a rapidly changing media landscape. Access to editing labs, camera, and studio equipment to produce independent projects for broadcast on MNN’s Youth Channel. To apply for classes or to register for an upcoming info session click HERE.

CSTUY Hacking Sessions : a program aimed at high school students with some programming experience, preferably in Java. We'll meet every Saturday from 9:00 am to noon to learn more about programming and to build some really cool projects.   Students interested in applying should head over to for more information and to apply. Any participant showing financial need may apply for financial aid. Where appropriate awards will cover full tuition.   Questions?

Dreamyard Art Center:  offering nationally-recognized programming across different art forms that include theatre, poetry, dance, visual arts, photography, video, music and audio production, fashion design, and engineering. See more at:

Brotherhood Sister Sol

512 W 143 St New York, NY

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