Monday, November 21, 2016

School News November 21 - November 25






Congratulations to the 10th and 11th grade GCSA cohorts for starting a new year at Spotify and Deutsche Bank!








See more UAG photo albums and get real-time updates at our Facebook page.

Volunteer for Thank Cake!
We need students to volunteer from 5:30 to 8:30pm on Tuesday evening. Stay for the Thank Cake and celebrate with food and entertainment! See Ms. Alder or Ms. Cai to sign up.

Sign up for the Thank Cake talent show!
We're looking for students who want to share their talent at the Thank Cake! See Ms. Cai in Room 716 to sign up.

This Week @ UAG
  • November 22: YCC College Visit to Cooper Union and NYU
  • November 22: Thank Cake @ 5:30pm
  • November 24-25: Thanksgiving (no classes)
Updated UAG Club Calendar



Student Enrichment Opportunities
Need help with your application or resume? See your guidance counselor or Ms. Cai in Room 716.

[PAID] Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program
Open to: All
Deadline: 11/30/2016
Apply here: http://bit.ly/1TQ8rua


Apply now for Summer 2017! The apprentice program is designed to encourage students to pursue science and engineering careers; acquaint qualified high school students with the activities of Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories through summer science and engineering research experiences.

YES Abroad
Open to: All
Deadline: 12/1/2016
Apply here: http://www.yes-abroad.org/how-to-apply



Study abroad on a full scholarship with the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Abroad program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. High school students and recent graduates explore a new country by living with a host family, studying in a local school, and participating in community activities.

[SCHOLARSHIP] Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
Open to: All
Deadline: 12/15/2016
Submit here: http://blog.artandwriting.org/2016/08/23/be-seen-be-heard-be-original/


The 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards open for submissions on September 14! Get your sketchbooks, notepads, easels, and pens ready because it’s almost time to enter your masterpiece for the opportunity to receive recognition, exhibition, publication, and scholarships! With 29 categories of art and writing, there’s a place for whatever you create.

[SCHOLARSHIP] NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund Essay Contest
Open to: All
Deadline: 12/31/2016
Submit here: http://bit.ly/1EFqkqt


The NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund sponsors a scholarly writing contest for grades K-12. Essays will be judged in two categories: Senior (grades 9-12) and Junior (grades 8 and below), with separate cash prizes awarded to the winners in each category. First place cash prizes are $1,000, $600 for second place, $200 for third place, and $100 for fourth place.

[SCHOLARSHIP] Courageous Persuaders Award
Open to: All
Deadline: 2/9/2017
Submit here: http://bit.ly/2cBRJiz


Create a TV commercial targeted at middle school students to warn them about the dangers of underage drinking. Win scholarship money and trophies, have fun, and gain valuable experience. The grand prize-winning commercial will be broadcast on TV and the team that created it will work with Pluto Post and the Detroit Auto Dealers Education Foundation to upgrade their spot for air.

[PAID] The Employment and Technology Center
Open to: Freshmen, Juniors, Seniors
Apply here: See flyer in front of Room 716


Harlem Children's Zone offers a variety of services to our students, which include but are not limited to; tutoring, SAT Prep, Regents Prep, college exposures, scholarship opportunities, and internship opportunities. The Employment and Technology Center program is  participation based, meaning that students get paid based on their participation.

Math-M-Addicts
Open to: All
Deadline: Rolling deadline during the fall
Apply here: http://bit.ly/2cnvtqj

Math-M-Addicts

The mission of Math-M-Addicts is to enrich students who have an interest in math beyond what is offered as part of school curricula and competitive math teams.  The goal of the program is to teach problem-solving skills needed to tackle challenging mathematical concepts in a collaborative setting. The value is placed on the process of thinking critically and communicating clearly.  There is less focus on speed.

[PAID] Futures & Options: Internship Program
Open to: Juniors and Seniors, ages 16 and up
Deadline: Rolling
Apply here: http://bit.ly/2cny8jM


Futures and Options interns work in paid, mentored internships that best match their skills and interests.  After submitting the online application, applicants interview with Futures and Options program coordinators.  Applicants who are accepted into the Internship Program will also interview with supervisors at our business partners for specific internship positions.

[PAID] Brooklyn Botanical Garden Apprenticeship
Open to: Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors
Deadline: TBD
Apply here: http://bit.ly/1MLJhFe (Applications open in October 2016) 


Application available in October 2016. The Garden Apprentice Program (GAP) at Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a great way for teens to learn about urban agriculture and the environment while working in one of the most exciting public gardens in the world! Apprentices can work their way up the four-tier program, potentially earning a paid position as a Tier 4 apprentice.

High School Classes at FIT
Open to: All
Deadline: Rolling
Price: One Course: $320/ Two Courses: $625
Apply here: http://bit.ly/2d4NFLi


Fashion Institute of Technology's Precollege Programs prepares students for the FIT admissions process, including creative arts portfolio development, and features the unique experience of being part of FIT's dynamic and diverse college campus and the cultural vibrancy of New York City that informs and enriches the college, its history and its campus community.

New Settlement Apartments College Access Center
Open to: Juniors and Seniors
Deadline: Rolling
Apply here: http://nyccollegeline.org/resources/college-access-center


New Settlement Apartments College Access Center provides one-to-one college access and success counseling and financial aid services to high school students, young adults, and adults. The program's free services for current and future college students include: One-to-One College Advising, Assistance with Applying for Financial Aid (ex. FAFSA, TAP, and CSS Profile), College Visits, SAT Prep Classes, Early College Awareness Programs, Success Advising for Current College Students, and Fee Waivers.

CMA’s Young Artist Kollective (YAK)
Open to: Freshmen
Deadline: Rolling
Apply here: http://cmany.org/yak/


CMA’s Young Artist Kollective (YAK), is a free program that provides emerging young artists in 6th-9th grade with exclusive studio space and materials, artistic and technical guidance, opportunities to meet with guest artists, monthly art parties, and a chance to learn about professional opportunities across the art world.

ProjectArt After-School Art Classes
Open to: Ages 17 and under
Deadline: Rolling
Apply here: http://projectart.org/nyc/


ProjectArt offers after-school art classes at 23 public libraries across New York City. Each trimester, teachers design their own curriculums tailored to each community and incorporate a wide array of media, including graphite, oil pastels, markets, watercolor, acrylic, and tepera paint, cardboard, scrap and collage materials.

Hudson Guild Tech Up!
Open to: All
Deadline: Rolling
Apply here: See Ms. Cai


Hudson Guild's Tech Up provides training in the use of technology and digital media for teens and young adults in order to equip them for higher education and employability in today’s digital and tech-heavy workplace. The Tech Up program recruits, trains, supervises and supports youth from the community in technology-based academic and employment tracks.

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