Monday, November 2, 2015

School News November 2-6, 2015


  • Mitchell Jones for throwing first pitch at Mets Game on behalf of the Ed Alliance!
  • All Students and Staff participating in SPIRIT WEEK!
  • Info Session Attendees to Partnership for Student Advancement (hand in your letters/application!) and Wishbone (confirm your Advocate and apply!)
  • Juniors invited to join the Youth CareerConnect Program (YCC) this year!

  • GCSA Deutsche Bank 10th Grade Mentees connecting with Mentors this week
  • Students attending info sessions for College of New Haven and Union College
  • All students enjoying themselves at Six Flags Fright Fest!

This Week at UAG

Special Announcements

Lockers at UAG
Please carefully review your Locker Contract and especially the times that students may access their lockers.  Lockers will be taken away (for both the offender and locker partner) for two weeks if student accesses locker during inappropriate times
·         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


Partnership for Student Advancement (All Grades Eligible)
This organization offers specialized counseling, assessments, and career exploration opportunities - requires a once/month time commitment and an openness to exploring different career opportunities in relation to your strengths.

Wishbone (All Grades Eligible)
CHOOSE YOUR ADVOCATE & Join Application Workshop on 11/10 afterschool!
This crowdfunding site helps dedicated student fundraise their dream programs - with a tremendous success rate to get you to a summer program of your choice.  Also learn valuable skills in how you present your goals to others interested in helping you.


Please check the school calendar at to connect our calendar to yours for important events coming soon, including:

*Mondays, Nov 2, 9 & 16, 3:10-4:10pm Talent Show Sound Check/Auditions

*Tuesday, Nov 3 Election Day - No School

*Friday, Nov 6, 10am-1pm Mock Interview Event with Sungard for Seniors

*Tue, Nov 10, 11:30-12:15pm AFS Application Workshop/Lunch

*Tue, Nov 10, 3:10-4:10 Wishbone Application Workshop

*Wed, Nov 11, Veterans Day - No Classes

*Thurs, Nov 12, 10am-12:15pm IBM Think Event: Security & the Internet of Things

*Friday, Nov 13, Lehman/Manhattan  College Trip AND Cybersecurity Trip to NYU Poly 

*Saturday, Nov 14, NY Exploring Career Day Event

*Wednesday, Nov 18, 10:30am BMCC College Now Info Session for Spring 2016

Student Opportunities

Mentoring @ UAG (Grades 9-10)
Applications still being accepted!  
The Governor's Committee on Scholastic Achievement (GCSA) matches 9th & 10th Grade students with mentors at businesses in NYC. Mentors introduce students to the professional world and different career paths to help students prepare for college and their futures. Mentors are also fun and caring, and support students throughout high school.

GCSA is a weekly program that will meet on the same day every week. Every other week, you will travel with fellow students to your mentor's workplace to meet with them. On alternate weeks, you will attend school-based after school enrichment to work on exciting projects, learn new skills, and explore opportunities in NYC. You can also anticipate opportunities to participate in trips, college visits, special events and, upon attainment of goals as the years progress, paid internships.

We will be pleased to consider you for this opportunity upon completion of this application and an interview. 10th Grade Returning Students do not need to re-do application, but do need to confirm their participation this year by emailing Ms. Hogarty at

NY Exploring Programs

Fall 2015 

Also, we are happy to announce the launch of our revamped website! This new format should make it even easier to stay in the loop and register for programs. Please let me know if you would like a member of the Exploring team to come and present our opportunities to your students. Thank you for all you do for the students of NYC and I look forward to working with you throughout the semester!  Please note that YCC/UAG students do not pay the fee for these programs. Speak to Ms. Hogarty with questions.

Richmond University Medical Center (Healthcare) – Monday, November 3rd
Gilbane (Construction) – Tuesday, November 3rd
Fitzpatrick Hotel (Hospitality) – Thursday, November 5th
HNTB (Construction) – Thursday, November 5th
Career Day 2015 – Saturday, November 14th
Gibney Dance (Dance and Choreography) – Monday, November 16th
LaGuardia Airport (Aviation) – Thursday, November 19th
Dewberry (Construction) – Tuesday, December 1st 

NY Exploring's Career Day takes place on Saturday, November 14th from 9 AM till 3 PM. The day will include guest speakers, career planning, business skills, interviewing, resume writing workshops and breakout sessions on various career fields! The event will take place at the offices ofAlliance Bernstein located at 1345 6th Ave, New York, NY 10105. This is a FREE event and lunch will be served! To register, please direct your students here for quick and easy online registration. This is a great opportunity for your students to gain valuable skills and be exposed to a variety of career fields in the course of a single day! Please let me know if you have any questions on this exciting event

The Door

Opportunities Ongoing

We’ve spent the summer renovating our space, and we can’t wait to share it with you all! The dust is settling, and we have emerged with a beautiful new entrance, brand new classrooms and art rooms, and a magnificent new performance space, cafeteria, and kitchen.

The DOOR offers amazing free programs and services available in our new space for young people ages 12-21, including:

· Health care
· Mental health counseling
· Legal services
· Crisis intervention and services for runaway and homeless youth
· Performing and visual arts
· Recreational activities
· LGBTQ programming
· Meals
· Educational services (HSE, tutoring, college advising, etc.)
· Career training and placement
· Supportive Housing
· Broome Street Academy Charter School
· …and much more!

The Door is located at 555 Broome Street in Soho. Our brand new entrance is on the corner of Broome Street and 6th Avenue (the Avenue of the Americas). 

We are accessible via the 1, A, C, and E trains at Canal Street or the C and E train at Spring Street.

Prudential Spirit of Community Awards
Deadline: November 3rd 

The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards is a nationwide program that honors young people in grades 5-12 who are volunteering in their communities. Youth who have engaged in a volunteer activity that occurred during the 12 months prior to the date of application are eligible to apply. Local Honorees are selected in November and from those winners, two State Honorees (one middle level school students and one high school student) are chosen. State Honorees receive an award of $1,000 and an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. for national recognition events. Out of the State Honorees, ten National Honorees are selected to receive an additional award of $5,000, as well as a $5,000 grant for a nonprofit organization of their choice. The deadline to apply is November 3rd . Click here for more information and to apply.

Register on Eventbrite | Space is limited

*Schools must provide their own laptops*

This free event is open to SEPAFSE, & BASE students

Questions? Learn more @

Tech808: Hip Hop-Inspired Tech Entrepreneurship Conference November 9

Tech808 is one of the most anticipated conferences of the year because of its unique pairing of Hip Hop and Entrepreneurship. Looking to take your dreams to the next level and build a business you can be proud of? This November in New York City, The Phat Startup and the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at New York University brings together a diverse range of industry leaders, and startup founders all influenced by Hip Hop to educate the community on Entrepreneurship.

Brooklyn Film & Arts Festival Contests

The Brooklyn Film & Arts Festival is pleased to announce the call for submissions for the 2015 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize and Brooklyn Documentary Prize.

The Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize, a cash award of $500, will be awarded to the best Brooklyn-focused non-fiction essay which is set in Brooklyn and is about Brooklyn and/or Brooklyn people/characters. We are seeking compelling Brooklyn stories from writers with a broad range of backgrounds and ages who can render Brooklyn's rich soul and intangible qualities through the writer's actual experiences in Brooklyn. From the collection of selected Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize submissions, five authors will be selected to read from their work and discuss their Brooklyn stories with the audience at our December 2015 event. The exact date/time and venue will be announced later. These stories and several other submitted stories will be published on the Brooklyn Film and Arts Festival website and made available to the public. The deadline isNovember 15th, 2015 and submissions should be between 4 to 10 pages (up to 2500 words). Runners-up will be invited to read from their writing and their entries will be included in the Brooklyn Film & Arts Festival's Brooklyn Non-Fiction Collection of stories in an online anthology.

The Brooklyn Documentary Prize, a cash award of $250, will be awarded to the best short Brooklyn-focused documentary film. The Brooklyn Documentary Prize competition is seeking short Brooklyn-related documentaries which are about any of several Brooklyn themes listed on their website. The winning documentary will be presented at the Brooklyn Film & Arts Festival screening. The deadline for the Brooklyn Documentary Prize is November 10th, 2015.

Dates and venues for screenings of the Brooklyn Film & Arts Festival's films and documentaries will be announced on their website blog. Entry is free for each contest and for more information about the requirements please visit their website.

Inside Schools: Free Programs

New York City offers children and teens a wide range of after-school and summer activities – from paid museum internships to free science research programs. Inside Schools provides a listing of free and low-cost programs that provide great ways for young people to explore new interests, get extra support, and supplement what is being taught during the school day. Click here for more information.

Tribeca Games Presents The Craft and Creative of League of Legends
 November 13

On Nov. 13 at Spring Studios NYC, Tribeca Games, an initiative of Tribeca Enterprises, and Riot Games will showcase the creative process behind League of Legends. Through a series of panels, Tribeca Games Presents The Craft and Creative of League of Legends will provide aspiring game designers, industry professionals, and game craft enthusiasts with a unique opportunity to explore Riot developers approach to building characters, art, design, music, and stories.

Brooklyn Academy of Music: Arts & Justice
Deadline:November 13, 2015 

Description: Arts & Justice is a unique interdisciplinary visual and performing arts program that encourages students to develop their artistic, decision-making, and critical-thinking skills in examining issues related to social justice in their communities. Students can choose to participate in one of two parallel tracks taught by master instructors: theater, which explores the fundamentals of writing and performing for the stage; and visual Arts, which offers instruction in the fine arts and creation of visual works for public exhibition as a positive, community-centered outlet. Students attend live performances and visit art galleries and both tracks will culminate in an informal performance and exhibition in December.
Program Dates: January-March, 2016
Application Available:Currently available

WFUNA International Model UN Conference
November 10-14, 2015

Join us at the WFUNA International Model United Nations of North America. On behalf of the entire WIMUN secretariat, we would like to invite you and your school to attend the 2015 WFUNA International Model United Nations conference! The conference will take place the 10th-14th of November in New York City.

As it stands, the WFUNA International Model United Nations (WIMUN) is the most accurate simulation of the United Nations in the world. Located at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City, the World Federation of United Nations Associations has worked closely with the UN Department of Public Information to precisely simulate the United Nations in Model UN programs and provide students with the most realistic experience possible. The WIMUN conference features intensive training workshops taught by UN officials, briefings on important agenda items by UN Agencies, and conference sessions at the United Nations Headquarters.

During WIMUN 2015, participants will have the unparalleled opportunity to debate the Post 2015 Agenda while the world’s top diplomats debate the exact same issues alongside them in the UN Headquarters during the 70th Session of the General Assembly. The conference theme, “Global Transformation: The Sustainable Development Goals,” and the selected issues on the agenda challenges all participants to engage actively with the Post-2015 Agenda and the SDGs and make a strong and meaningful contribution to the ongoing dialogue.

Yet, WIMUN also challenges students to study the United Nations on a macro and a micro-level: not only are we focused on the United Nations as a whole, but we are interested in challenging delegates to be diplomatic in every day life -- which we facilitate through consensus building. At WIMUN, students will improve in the following areas: (1) interpersonal skills; (2) professionalism; and (3) global citizenship through our workshops and simulations.

More information and registration details can be found at our website :<>. Registration deadline is September 15th. It would be a privilege to have your school attend!

Please do not hesitate to contact me at<> if you have any questions!

Join Black Girls CODE this November for a Robot Expo and a Workshop at Google!  November 14, 10-5pm

Black Girls CODE is thrilled to bring to Bronx, an exciting workshop that's all about ROBOTS! Join us for a fun and captivating educational experience where girls will learn about robots and how they communicate in an engaging atmosphere. Girls will participate in hands-on activities using Lego WeDo/NXT kits; they will interact with sophisticated robots, and learn real-world/business applications and uses for robotics. This class is intended for girls ages 7-17. 

Date: November 14, 2015
Time: 10am to 5pm
Location: Bronx Community Charter School, 3170 Webster Avenue, Bronx, NY 

PLEASE NOTE: Check-in begins at 9:00 AM. The event starts promptly at 10:00 AM. Participants do not need to bring their own laptops. Lunch will be provided.

Space is limited, so sign up soon to secure your spot! Each student ticket is $35. Limited scholarships are available by applying here:
Please register students at

Parents interested in volunteering at the workshop, please sign up here:
Google has invited Black Girls CODE students to participate in an exciting workshop to give them an insider look at Google and an opportunity to learn more about the world of computer science. Lunch will be provided. Space is limited to the first 20 students who sign up using this form. Workshop is open to students in grades 8-12; ages 13 to 18.

Date: Saturday, Nov 21, 2015
Time: 10am to 2pm (students should plan to arrive at least 20 minutes before to get through security)
Location: Google's offices @ 75 Ninth Ave, New York, NY

A Black Girls CODE volunteer will chaperone students at this event.

29th Historically Black College and University Fair : Nov 14, 11am-3pm

Riverbank State Park, Saturday, November 14, 2015 11AM-3PM. 
Riverbank State Park, 679 Riverside Drive at 145th Street, New York, NY 10031. 

NYU Game Center: Future Game Designers
Deadline: November 15th 

Future Game Designers<> is an intensive, free, hands-on 12-week workshop designed to introduce talented high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors to the process of digital game development and the game industry. The program is free to participants and will take place at the NYU Game Center's facilities in Downtown Brooklyn. The workshop will introduce students to the methods, tools and principles used in developing digital games. Over the course of the 12 weeks, students will work alone and in pairs to create a series of four digital prototypes or 'sketches', culminating in a final polished game building on the lessons learned in the earlier sketches. This is a hands-on, primarily lab-based workshop, and so the focus is on learning-by-doing rather than on reading and discussion. Up to 16 students will be selected to participate, and we are focused on recruiting groups that are underrepresented within the game industry, particularly students from lower socio-economic backgrounds. The workshop will also introduce students to the growing game development scene in NYC and the evolving game industry. There will be a focus on learning effective collaboration and communication techniques, consensus building and decision-making, and working creatively in a team. Applicants must demonstrate:

* Strong previous interest and/or participation in games, game design or criticism, or the game industry
* Academic achievement
* Ability to work in a team
* Willingness to collaborate
* A firm commitment to the entire 12-week program, which will run on Saturdays from February until May, 2016

Applicants must provide:
* An academic report form and high school transcript from your guidance counselor or adviser
* A creative sample (image, film, creative writing, game, sketch, 3D model, music, etc.)
* A brief, 250 word analysis of a game you know well
* Answers to 4 personal questions about yourself and your passion for games
* Recommendation from a teacher that knows you well
The deadline to apply<> for Future Game Designers is November 15th. Click here<> for more information.

Deadline November 16! Learn more here:

SAT/College Prep Resources!

Current SAT Student Resources (fall/winter 2015):
Redesigned SAT Student Resources (spring 2016):
Redesigned PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 8/9 Resources: Here
College Planning Resources:

SUNY Discover Information Sessions in NYC. 
Click here to register for information session. Please note: each program is open to prospective students and their families, as well as school and community-based organization counselors.
Contact: Jennifer Specter, Associate Director of Recruitment Programs. Contact:

Building Works Program

A free pre-apprenticeship union construction trades training program

How to Become an Apprentice Carpenter, Floor Coverer, Cabinet Maker, Dock Builder or Timbermen
Application periods when approved by the New York State Department of Labor will be announced online at:, and

Minimum Apprenticeship Standards
High School Diploma, TASC, or G.E.D. (original or stamped) at time of application
Proof of United States Citizenship or have the legal right to work in the United States at time of application
Social Security Card (original)
Be a minimum of 17 years of age at time of application

Individuals, who can show that they meet the conditions listed above after completing an application for apprenticeship, will be afforded an oral interview. Once an applicant is interviewed and receives a passing grade on the evaluation procedures, the applicant shall remain active in the apprenticeship application record book, subject to selection, for a period of up to two (2) years from the date of the interview.

All applicants for apprenticeship are required to report to a collection site designated by the organization for a substance abuse screening.

All applicants who wish to receive consideration for military training must submit form DD-214 to verify military experience.

Applicants must present a photo I.D. for the substance abuse screening and upon acceptance into the apprenticeship program.

Startup Box Salt Mines Tournament 2
November 29

Welcome to the second edition to our series of The Salt Mines. We are going to start doing a random game every month so everyone can have more fun with the event. We also went back to $5 per game. Come join us on the 29th this November after you have enjoyed this Thanksgiving.

This is a B.Y.O.C event (Bring Your Own Controller)

Venue fee: $5

Ultra Street Fighter 4 (Xbox 360)- $5
Mortal Kombat X (PS4)- $5
Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 (Xbox 360)-$5
Smash for WiiU Singles(WiiU)- $5
Injustice (Xbox 360)- $5

The rules for the games will be 2/3 sets. 
Winners/Losers?frand finals will be 3/5 sets.
The bracket will be double elimination bracket

Please follow us on
Sbx_games on Instagram

Wishbone Scholarship Opportunity for High School Students

Deadline: December 18th

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-ofschool 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. The deadline to apply for a Wishbone scholarship is December 18th. For more information, including application instructions, click here. If you have additional questions,  please contact Alfredo Rodriguez at

YMCA Global Teens Program: South Korea
Deadline: December 31, 2015, 4pm

YMCA Global Teens is a leadership development and service learning program that engages teenagers (ages 14-18 for overseas and ages 12-14 for domestic programs) in a year-long empowering international experience culminating with a 10 day to 2 1/2 week service abroad experience during July/August. The program includes deep personal growth and discovery, cultural travel, meaningful service, home stay experiences, and interaction with teens from around the globe.  Learn more at

FREE College Admission Essay Resources for all NYC students

Story2 helps seniors complete selective college admissions and scholarship essays through storytelling. Please encourage your students to visit free online EssayBuilder™ tool where they will find: 7 Steps to Ace the 2015-2016 Common App, a detailed Guide to the Common Application, resources for completing the Common Application personal essays and more!

Anthony Quinn Foundation: Arts Scholarship Program
Deadline: January 3rd 

The Anthony Quinn Foundation is accepting applications for its 2016 Arts Scholarship Program, an annual program that aims to perpetuate the legendary actor/artist’s vision for an art-conscious society. Through its scholarship program, the foundation supports high school students’ extracurricular study of the visual arts and design, performing arts, media arts, and the literary arts. Scholarship amounts range from $1,000 to $3,000. Scholarships may be used for a recognized pre-college, summer, or afterschool arts education program, but may not be used for either secondary school or college tuition. To be eligible, applicants must be a young adult in high school who demonstrates exceptional talent, dedication, and a strong commitment to personal artistic growth and who will benefit from financial support. Applications must be submitted by January 3rd . Click here for more information and to apply.

Student Scholarships and Programs
(Listed by Deadline)

FREE or VERY LOW COST Multicultural Campus Visit Programs:

Oct 27: NACAC Performing and Visual Arts Fair@ Jacob Javits Center, 6:30pm-9:00pm
Nov 6: Campus Pride College Fair @ LGBT Community Center - 208 West 13th Street, New York NY 10011, 4:00pm-6:00pm
Nov 21: CICU's 8th Annual Latino College Fair @ Fordham University- Rose Hill Campus, 12:00am-3:45pm
Nov 14: NY Urban League HSBU Fair @ Riverbank State Park, 10:00am-3:30pm

2/1: Hometeam Scholarship- for students interested in nursing and/or home care. Scholarship program provides $2,000 in support to outstanding students. Eligible applicants must be admitted or enrolled in a nursing school or home care certification program. Click here for application. 
2/15: TheDream.US Scholarship- provides college scholarships to highly motivated DREAMers who want to get a college education but cannot afford it. Scholarships will help cover your tuition and fees for an associate’s or bachelor’s degree at any CUNY college. Click here for more information.

Faces of America: Travel Abroad Scholarships and AFS Study Abroad and 
scholarships available for summer study:

Since 2007, Faces of America has provided opportunities for over 1,100 students from low income and/or underrepresented communities to participate on AFS programs across the AFS network. Most recently, in 2014, the Faces of America program sent 150 students abroad to over 16 countries.

Quick links to FULL SCHOLARSHIPS with their deadlines are here:

NSLI – October 29th
YES – December 1st
CBYX – January 7th

El Barrio Youth Media Center
Various Dates for Training and Internship Programs

Interested in taking FREE classes in field and studio production? Apply to our internships or trainings here. AND, check out our most recent Productions on YouTube!

Let’s Get Ready: SAT Prep Course

Apply Now! 

College is a dream that is attainable for all students. Let’s Get Ready is here to help you achieve that dream. Let’s Get Ready’s specially trained Coaches are current college student volunteers who will teach you SAT strategies to do your best on the test, help you complete the college application process, and provide you with information on
various ways to obtain financial aid. General program information:
 Offered throughout the northeast in the spring, fall and summer
 Open to juniors and seniors who have qualifying financial need
 Classes meet for 9-week terms, 2 nights per week, 3 hours per night
 Classes are taught by college student Coaches who mentor and inspire
 Students are placed in small classes, with no more than five students per Coach

Each program includes:
 30 hours of intensive instruction on the math and critical reading/writing components and sills needed for the SAT
 2 diagnostic SAT tests taken for practice to gauge student progress
 15 hours of comprehensive information and guidance regarding college selection, applications, financial aid, and scholarships
 College trips

These programs will take place at various locations throughout NYC. Click here for more information, including what classes are available and how to apply.

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.

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

STEP Programs - New York State

The Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) increases the number of historically underrepresented and *economically disadvantaged students pursuing careers leading to professional licensure or professions in mathematics, science, technology and health-related fields.

STEP Programs provides students with academic enrichment and research experience in science, mathematics and technology content areas. Programs consist of summer and academic year components including:

There are sixty (60) STEP Programs housed at institutions of higher education and/or professional schools across New York State. Admission to a STEP program is competitive and requires students to participate in an application process.

*Economic eligibility guidelines are determined by the state of New York. Students who are not underrepresented (e.g., Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Alaskan Native, or American Indian) must meet these income guidelines. Please click here for an economic eligibility chart:


TechKidsUnlimited 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 email for more information and to apply. Any participant showing financial need may apply for financial aid. Where appropriate awards will cover full tuition.   

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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