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For more than 150 years, St. Francis has provided an affordable, quality education to students of all racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. 97 percent of SFC students receive some form of financial aid, including federal and state grants, federal loans and newly increased amounts of institutional scholarships, making St. Francis one of the most affordable private colleges in New York City. Merit-based scholarships that cover near-full tuition for graduating high school students with a 1200 on their SAT's are the cornerstone of the College's financial aid program.
The Franciscan Tradition of the College ensures a welcoming environment that supports students and helps develop the whole person. St. Francis College challenges all students to expand their learning experience beyond the classroom and become an integral part of the community. They belong to more than 40 clubs, fraternities, sororities, and honor societies. Social responsibility and mutual respect are among the values that enable St. Francis students to achieve their dreams.
*Also, the founder and owner went to SFC 🙂 You can find out more information here: https://www.sfc.edu/about/contactsfc
WeIntervene serves as an online Information and Referral Management System, empowering school counselors to find, share, manage and monitor the community resources needed by students and their guardians. The scope of resource provision spans health and wellbeing, counseling, and extra-curricular programs. WeIntervene also organizes workshops, events, and professional development the focuses on community mapping and resource management. (www.weintervene.com)
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Eric Thomas, Ph.D. is a world-renowned speaker, author, pastor, and educator. ET, as he is better known, has captured the hearts and minds across the globe with his dynamic communication style and high-energy messages.
Imagine A Classroom Experience Where...
High standards and expectations for students
were clearly defined and aimed to promote a culture of accountability and ownership.
Effective school leadership
an administration that encourages high levels of collaboration and communication
A supportive learning environment
that got students excited about going to school and operating at their highest possible levels of achievement.
High levels of family and community involvement
Focused professional development opportunities,
including the training, tools, and resources you need to be successful in front of the classroom.
School Days is the only proven educational enrichment program that codifies not only the strategies and methodology needed to impact your student body positively; it also provides step-by-step instruction designed to transform positively both your teachers and student body.
WE THANK ERIC, KARL, AND TEAM FOR THEIR GENEROUS DONATIONS OF BOOKS TO THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD WINNERS!
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*YEARUP IS A LONG TERM SPONSOR, WE ARE CONTINUALLY GRATEFUL FOR THE SUPPORT!*
Are your students ready to launch a professional business or technology career?
Year Up is an intensive, one-year program that combines hands-on skill development and internships at some of America’s top companies. As students work towards earning college credits and/or an associate’s degree, we support them in launching a career. Upon completing the Year Up program, 90 % of alumni are employed and/or attending college full-time within four months of graduation and earn an average annual income of $38,000.
When Does the Program Begin?
New cohorts begin every Fall and Spring. Applications are considered on a rolling basis until the class is filled. We encourage students to apply early as space is limited.
What is the Internship?
All Year Up students who complete the first six months of the program will earn an internship and spend 35 hours/week for 6 months at a corporate internship while earning college credits and/or working on their associate’s degree. Year Up internship partners include JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, American Express, and many more!
Contact: AdmissionsNYC@YearUp.org & phone (646) 341-6800
Hidden Gems Archery is a mobile archery unit that brings archery to all the communities of New York City. They set up indoor and outdoor mobile ranges that allow individuals of all ages and sizes to try the sport. They currently have 6 school programs and organize archery events in the Bronx, Brooklyn, & Manhattan. (www.hiddengemsarchery.com)
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STEM From Dance gives girls of color access to a STEM education by using dance to empower, educate, and encourage them as our next generation of engineers, scientists, and techies. They envision a world in which Black and Latina women are represented equitably in the STEM workforce. This summer STEM From Dance will be holding their annual summer camp, Girls Rise Up. At Girls Rise Up, girls will spend their summer falling in love with code and dance – and the magic that happens when you bring the two together. Over the course of the program, the girls will be introduced to software and electrical engineering principles, as well as choreography principles, in order to create a dance routine that integrates the two. They will collaborate with inspiring instructors and fellow participants to explore the incredible world of code and dance with hands-on learning. On the final day of camp, the girls will perform the tech-infused routines they’ve created in a group showcase, as well as exhibit and discuss the tech aspect of the routines. They will leave STEM From Dance Summer intensive knowing how to write code, construct circuits, create movement, think creatively, and collaborate with peers. Dates: July 8, 2019 – July 26, 2019, Monday through Friday Time: 9AM – 3PM, lunch included Ages: 12 to 18 years old Location: TBA , NYC Cost: $425, scholarships available The Girls Rise Up 2019 application will be available in February 2019. For more information visit our website, stemfromdance.org or email us at email@example.com.
We are technologists educating and empowering the Black community to achieve socio-economic change. Our chat group, events, recruiting initiatives, and school STEM programs provide diverse engineers with everything they need. The tech landscape didn't feel right so we're here to change it. WEBSITE
The Knowledge House empowers and sustains a talent pipeline of technologists, entrepreneurs, and digital leaders, who will uplift their communities out of poverty. WEBSITE
Majorwise is a platform making high school internship programs seamless. Reach out to us at Majorwise to learn how we can help you start and grow your internship program! WEBSITE
Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York (CCC) combines research, community education, and advocacy to identify the barriers to child well-being and effectively advance recommendations designed to address needs, combat disparities, and create opportunities, so that all children grow into adulthood ready to meet society’s demands. WEBSITE