JUNE 7TH TESTERS: MAY 21ST & 28TH DURING 9TH PERIOD
LOCATION: ROOM 418
QUESTIONS? SEE MS. MONICA IN THE CAREER OFFICE (B-10)
Free Six-day Summer College Seminar!
Skip the CDI College Office lines and start your college process early!
Metro Cards & Snacks will be provided daily!
Complete your college essay,Create a college list, and Get a head start on requesting letter of recommendation & more!
Want to apply? SPACE IS LIMITED; See Alexis in the College Office ASAP to sign up for the mandatory orientation on May 27th at 3:30 pm
New York Public Library Volunteer
Have a few hours free on any of the following Saturdays? Help out for 3 hours with our letter-writing campaign to elected officials. You'll be asking visitors to write a letter in support of the library at a table set up inside or outside the library.
New York Cares: Early Morning Reading to K-1ST Grade Students
Enrich the lives of K through 1st grade students by introducing them to the wonderful world of reading before their school day starts. Volunteers will assist them in strengthen their literacy skills, reading comprehension, and vocabulary through reading in one on one pairs or small groups. This project is committed and will run on Tuesdays until June 2014.
VISIONS services for the blind and visually impaired
VISIONS at Selis Manor is also seeking volunteers who demonstrate a strong interest in directly working with youth or seniors who are blind. This is an exciting opportunity for dedicated individuals to make a difference by working with a traditionally underserved population. Volunteers assist with academic tutoring, Regents and SAT preparation and job preparation with blind youth and social visits, shopping help and reading with blind seniors.
Volunteers work diligently to add those extra measures to comfort the sick, or people who need to be guided, or families who need assistance. In their highly visible positions, volunteers make things happen...whether it is directing visitors and patients at the information desk, helping stock vital areas such as the Operating Rooms, or reading to a patient recovering from eye surgery.
What: East Harlem Tutorial Program is looking for passionate and committed volunteers to work with our scholars! Empower our scholars by building the confidence, academic and social skills they will need to succeed in college and in life. How-Apply Here:http://www.ehtp.org/careers-volunteers/volunteers/opportunities
FREE Summer Math Pre-College Program
What: Make it All Add Up This Summer!!!Gain a distinct advantage this Summer by attending the MEOC Summer Math Pre-College Program.
This program is FREE with one goal in mind, to get you fast tracked into college and save money.This math initiative can decrease or eliminate the need for math remediation at NO COST!!!
Students are invited to participate in College Now high school courses taught at the high school, after the school day, in a select number of schools. This exciting opportunity allows students to develop skills necessary for college success, without leaving the comfort of their schools.
Teaching New Yorkers at LaGuardia gives you the opportunity to experience teaching first hand by tutoring adult English language learners twice a week, and reflecting on teaching and learning; learn about the teaching profession from professionals in the field; discuss the changing role of education in a diverse multicultural democracy, the relationship between class, race, ethnicity and school achievement; get to know yourself and your peers through weekly Conflict Resolution sessions.
What: A series of career exploratory workshops through BMCC this spring. These workshops have been designed in coordination with At Home in College and the Academic Advisement Center at BMCC, to provide our AHC high school students with exciting opportunities to begin exploring different career paths like finance, media, nursing and teacher education.Workshops will be offered on Wednesdays (please check the application for specific dates) from 3pm - 5pm at BMCC. Students will meet with professionals in the career path they're interested in, and learn more about how they can set their future career goals. All applications are accepted on a rolling basis through May 7th.
What: Bronx HS Students who have an interest in the environment and are willing to work hard physically and academically - this may be your calling! Our 7 week program is a chance to work outdoors with park experts; get free college credit; and earn an hourly wage from Van Cortlandt Park Conservancy. CUNY Lehman College's Science & Technology Entry Program (STEP) offers lectures and lab activities from its esteemed Earth, Environmental and Geo-spatial Sciences Department. The other four days a week students will apprentice with our horticulturists and forest restoration staff, and complete labs, fieldwork and field studies.
What: Responsibility mainly includes, but is not limited to, greeting patients, checking them in, providing above and beyond customer service, collecting appropriate paper work and scheduling patients from treatment with our doctors.
What: Our Sales Associates love fashion, love footwear and love helping people. True "people persons," our Sales Associates understand our customers and provide an exceptional shopping experience every time.
What:Performs the following functions: customer service, signing up new Rewards members, cashiering, store operations and merchandising. Complies with all policies and procedures associated with position, including maintaining a 95% attendance record.
What:Experienced sitter, with love for kids, Hebrew speaker- preferred. Pick up from his school (7 min walk from our home), then play at the playground, go for play dates (once a week), take him to class (once a week), and basically have fun together, He is a spacial smart, calm kid.
What: As our Niketown New York Seasonal Overnight Athlete your mission will be to deliver a premium consumer experience by demonstrating the expertise to navigate through individual needs and providing a complete solution through Nike products and services to give consumers what they need to connect, train, and compete with the knowledge to achieve their goals.
Ice Breaker New Zealand Clothing Store (Sales Associate)
What: We're searching for experienced Sales Associate to join our SoHo TouchLab team in New York City and provide exceptional service to our customers. You'll use your product knowledge and sales skills to make 'every touch count' and ensure our store exceeds its sales targets.
What: Sales Associates are dedicated to providing fast, friendly service to our customers. Associates have thorough knowledge of policies and procedures related to cash register operations and are capable of processing transactions quickly and work diligently to keep the store clean, safe and accessible to our customers.
What: Our programs are designed to give students the help they need to reach higher reading levels, supply teens with jobs that will teach them important skills and educate schools on our method of teaching.
What: As a Specialist, you're highly skilled at uncovering customers' needs, then following through with enlightening solutions. Not only are you the first person customers meet when they enter the store, but you're also the person who guides them - advising, selling, and even setting up their new products.
What: Part-Time-The Sales Associate will champion the "Customer First "philosophy by providing an exceptional shopping experience to our guest. The Sales Associate will maximize sales by finding the right products, providing creative solutions to each guest using a win-win approach, removing barriers so as to ensure exceptional service and an enhanced Customer Experience for each and every Customer.
Adidas Retail Team Leader (Brooklyn Nets Fan Store)
Location: Brooklyn, NY
What: Contributes to store profitability by ensuring KPIs for a defined area within the store are met or exceeded. The core expectations include coordinating team members to provide the best possible balance of service and operations, resulting in a leading shopping experience.
What: The New York Aquarium Admissions and Guest Relations Department is seeking a self motivated, enthusiastic individual who is able to maintain an efficient office environment and provide administrative support.
What: DNA Footwear is currently looking for Experienced Retail Sales Associates for our several stores in Brooklyn, NY. Applicants for this position should be hardworking, attentive to direction, and extremely personable and responsible.
What:Our customer associates know what our customer wants and deliver it - fast, accurate and with friendly service. We hear and sense customer needs and keep our manager and fellow team members informed. We take pride in every aspect of our work and perform it with energy and enthusiasm. We are strong team players, with a commitment to continuous learning, who provide quality service and products to our customers through true craftsmanship.
What: Experience Aeropostale! The true spirit of Aeropostale is in the people who work hard each and everyday to help achieve success for the bran and for each other. Aeropostale employees are smart, creative, energetic, talented, and diverse individuals who embrace the core vision, mission, and values of the company.
What: Pinkberry team members provide customer service and clean store locations. The average Pinkberry team member earns around minimum wage to start. Pinkberry also offers manager-in-training positions and full managerial careers to eager job seekers.
What: The Young Adult Internship Program (YAIP) is a 14-week workforce development internship program.YAIP targets young adults ages 16-24 who are not working and not in school. YAIP begins with a two- to four-week orientation conducted by DYCD-funded community-based organizations (CBOs), and followed by a 10- to 12-week paid internship that offers structured work opportunities incorporating ongoing education as well as additional participant and employer support.
Who: High School Graduates & at least 18 years at the time of enrollment
What: Free Green Collar Job Training Program with The Bronx Environmental Stewardship Training (BEST) Academy.This program is currently still accepting application for its Spring 2014 semester and the program is expected to start toward the beginning of April. The training program is free and transportation is also provided.
How: See flyer below for more information on how to apply:
What:Mercy College has an exciting learning experience waiting for high school students entering their junior and senior years. Our one-week summer programs, designed for high school students, place them in the front seat of college and career exploration. Study in New York. Learn a new skill. Make the most of your summer.
This summer and fall, Mercy College is offering institutes in the following dynamic majors and fields:
What: The Brazilian Endowment for the Arts is a Non-Profit organization dedicated to the promotion of Brazilian Culture, Arts and Language in the United States. We are a small team located in Mid-Manhattan.We need an intern for helping with us with our daily management tasks, event planing and execution, designing handouts, flyers and such communication materials and organizing our ever growing library.
What:Are you fun, passionate and involved on your campus? Would you consider yourself extremely outgoing and energetic? If so, keep reading-- you might be the perfect candidate to join our team of Quad Squad campus interns!
What:Each year, the Botanical Garden places 25-30 post-graduate, undergraduate, and high school interns in its diverse programs in plant science. Working directly with Garden scientists and their technical teams, interns participate in cutting-edge research in systematic botany, molecular phylogenetics, structural botany, genomics, bioinformatics, geographic information systems, and economic botany. Internships offer a taste of the culture of plant research, allow students to explore their interests in science, and provide excellent educational experiences to include in resumes.
What: High school students are invited to apply for a place in CSTUY's Summer Hackers Immersion Program where they will learn to code or expand existing coding skills. CSTUY's goal is to bring high quality computer science education to students who would not have had access to it otherwise. All skill levels are welcome, from beginning to expert. The program will take place at St. Joseph's College in Brooklyn.
The Teen Internship is for youth aged 13-17 years old who are interested in working in zoo as a career. Work behind the scenes by preparing food, cleaning out animal enclosures and exploring what zoo keepers really do, choose an elective that suits your skills, like wildlife photography and meet staff members of the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Children's Museum of Manhattan Summer High School Junior Staff Internship
Who: 10-12th Grade
What: High school students from all over New York City work together alongside museum staff to explore community, technology and education at CMOM. Through experiences that increase their confidence and independence, Junior Staff Interns grow into valued members of the CMOM team.
What: The GO Project summer internship is an opportunity for high school students to learn and develop leadership skills while working with GO Project students in academic and/or enrichment classes. During the 5-week GO Summer program, interns will be working as teaching assistants in one of our 1st -5th grade classrooms under the guidance of a Head Teacher or Enrichment Teacher.
Earth System Science and Environmental Engineering
Who: High School Students
Learn to develop solutions to environmental problems. Get involved in efforts to improve satellite measurements and remote sensing techniques, Collect and analyze global data and conduct research to solve pressing global issues such as climate change.
Manhattan-Staten Island area Health Education Center
High School & College Students
What: My Health Summer Club:
For high school and college students; 2-week intensive and interactive health career exploration program; Explore interests in health professions and learn about community health issues;Tours of health-related facilities and health professions schools; Earn 40 hours of community service.
Contact Program Manager Samantha Bernardine at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply and find out more.
The 2014 Summer Scholars program for teens at New-York Historical
Who: High School Students
What: The Summer Scholars program for teens at New-York Historical is designed for history-loving high school students, grades 9-12, with a particular passion for New York City History. The program seeks to strengthen visual literacy skills and the ability to conduct in-depth historical research. Using the extensive collection at New-York Historical, participants will identify a historical period or topic within New York City's history, choose a research theme of interest, and collaborate on creative projects to compellingly convey that particular topic in New York and American History to a broader audience.
Summer 2014 Program: Applications available March 2014; Deadline to
Apply: May 30th 2014
For more detailed information and to register visit:
2014 Multicultural Summer Youth Program at the United Nations in Manhattan!
Who: High School Students
What:The Manhattan Multicultural Summer Youth Program (MMSY) brings together youths of different cultures, ethnicities, and faiths from around New York City area to provide opportunity to engage with one another and create an environment where people can share, respect, and value cultural differences.
Through exposure to people of a diverse range of backgrounds, youths in the New York City area will gain a greater awareness, appreciation and understanding of one another's differences and similarities. The MMSY program has proven to be of benefit in reducing racial, religious and intercultural tension.
How:Space is limited! hurry and visit www.MMCNYC.com for the 2014 Application and Call Director Mahroo Moshari at (212) 717-5885 or 646-420-6633 to schedule an interview for the student. Program Date: July 28 - August 8, 2014
Deadline for Applicants: June 1st
Application Deadline June 1st 2014
Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association (MMPCIA) has created a Scholarship Fund which will award a $4,000 scholarship--$1,000
renewable annually for for years--to a college-bound high school senior who resides in the greater Mount Morris Park/Central Harlem Community,
from 110th Street to 135th Street, between Morningside and Third Avenues
The JJMSF Scholarship is open to high school students living in public housing in the Bronx. To be eligible to receive an award from the Juanita James Memorial Scholarship Foundation, you must meet these minimum requirements.
You must submit the JJMSF application, your official high school transcript and personal statement by the May 19th deadline. See the Application page for more information.
GreenPal Lawncare Invites Applications for Annual Business Scholarship. Greenpal Lawncare is accepting applications for its annual GreenPal Small Business Scholarship. The scholarship is designed to assist a motivated, driven student and future business leader. Graduating high school senior, college freshman, or sophomore who owns and operates his/her own small business, or has put together a business plan to start a business while in college are eligible to apply. Additionally, the student must enter his or her freshman year at an accredited two- or four-year university, college, or vocational/technical institute during the fall of 2014. One awardee will receive a scholarship award of $2,000, paid equally over four semesters. Scholarship funds will be awarded to the student's institution upon evidence of registration in classes including student identification number and correct address of school's bursar's office. To obtain additional information and an application, visit: http://yourgreenpal.com/scholarship