Be residents of New York State
Enroll in a SUNY or CUNY two- or four-year degree program
Take 30 credits per calendar year (including winter and summer sessions)
Plan to live and work in New York following graduation for the length of time they participate in the scholarship program
- OFFICE OF POST SECONDARY READINESS hosted its first annual Summer Enrichment Fair, for a list of participating organizations offering summer jobs, internships, and enrichment opportunities, clickhere and here.
- Torus Teens is an online platform that lists free and low-cost summer enrichment opportunities for NYC teens to explore interests, build skills, and get support!
- Khan Academy offers FREE SAT Prep, Advanced Placement prep for: Calculus AB/BC; Physics 1/2; Chemistry; US History; Art History; Biology. Visit khanacademy.org for FREE customized practice.
- Apr 29– Register to attend The Secrets to NOT Being a Broke College Studentworkshop at the Museum of Natural History.
- Apr 29–Echoes of Incarceration is hosting a month-long Filmmaking and Advocacy summer camp to train young people (ages 15-19) in filmmaking and advocacy around immigration and criminal justice issues. Students will receive lunch, MetroCards and stipend. Contact Jeremy Robins at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Lewis Webb at email@example.com for an application.
- Apr 30– Apply to participate in The Central Park Summer Internship which provides high school students, 16 and older, with a paid internship in the conservancy department of the park. Interns work five days a week and come together on Fridays for different projects or trips.
- Apr 30– Registerto attend Barnard College’s College Planning Day for Juniors and learn more about the application process with Admissions staff and staff from the Financial Aid office.
- Apr 30–Apply to participate in PowerPlay NYC’s SuperSTARS Leadership Academy (SSLA), a FREE year-long youth development program for High School girls. The program kicks-off with a required 7-week summer intensive program from July 5 – August 18, 2017.
- Apr 30– Applyto participate in Artslife, a paid summer internship program for rising sophomores and juniors in high school that combines art and design with leadership training, museum studies, and community engagement.
- May 10– Juniors can registerto learn about SUNY visual and performing arts programs at the SUNY Welcome Center. Contact: 1-800-342-3811 or AskSUNY@suny.edu.
- May 17– Students and families can registerto learn about The State University of New York (SUNY) — academic programs, admissions process, and financial aid assistance.
- May 19–Apply to participate in Youth Communication. The program is hosting its 38th Annual Summer Writing Workshop from July 5 – August 11, 2017. Workshop participants receive one-on-one mentoring, participate in field trips, and will have their stories published in the award-winning YCteen and Represent magazines.
- May 26– Young women can applyto participate Barnard College Summer in the City, from Sunday, June 25 – Friday, July 21, 2017. Scholarships are available based on financial need.
- May 31– Juniors registerto learn about the SUNY Health Sciences programs at the SUNY Welcome Center Contact: 1-800-342-3811 or AskSUNY@suny.edu.
- May 31– Applyto participate in RECYouth,Teen Digital Media, an extracurricular program for students interested in film, photography, graphic and game design, or coding.
- Additional student opportunities, can be found here.
Sunday, May 21, New York, NY
The Armory Track & Field CenterMonday, May 22, Whippany, NJHanover Marriott HotelTuesday, May 23, Long Island, NYSUNY Old Westbury Clark Athletic Center
The Legal Aid Society will be holding a free legal clinic on Monday, April 17th from 4pm-8pm at a law firm in Times Square, to help parents complete Designations of Person in Parental Relationship forms. These allow the parents to name someone to make healthcare and medical decisions for their minor children, in case the parent is detained/deported (or is otherwise unavailable).
The Legal Aid Society has 20 appointment slots per hour at 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, and 7pm.
If there are any parents who are interested, please have the parent or their contact person at the school email Hassan Shafiqullah (HHShafiqullah@legal-aid.org)
– Full name
– Phone number
– Email or mailing address (so that we can send them a confirming email or letter with the location and their appointment time)
– Best language
|This summer, Binghamton University launches Binghamton Summer College, a two-week program that provides an early college experience for academically talented, rising high-school juniors and seniors.|
|Scheduled Sunday, July 16 through Friday, July 28, the experience will offer students a preview into what college life at a premier public university is all about.|
|Applications are available now!|
STEM Nights are held on Friday evenings from 5:30-8 pm. They feature a 45-minute table-top activity session, an hour long panel discussion, and a 30-minute informal networking session. See below for dates.
Event Dates and Themes:
Friday, December 9th, 2016– Using Social Media to Engage in STEM
Friday, February 3rd, 2017– Design Engineering
Friday, March 3rd, 2017– Women in STEM Leadership
Friday, April 7th, 2017– Conservation and STEM
Friday, May 12th, 2017– STEM Career Expo
Students must register – http://nysci.org/event/stem-night-using-social-media-to-engage-in-stem/
New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th St
Corona, NY 11368