Worrying About College?
We got you covered with our external college-readiness program!
- Rigorous academic enrichment program in Health Sciences designed to assist 7th – 12th grade students
- Classes offered: Architecture, Art History, Astronomy, Enviromental Science, Filmmaking, Journalism, Literature, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, STEM, Studio Art, Theatre, Writing, History
- High School seniors receive one-on-one guidance from their Bottom Line advisor throughout the college application and decision process.
- Students have the support and the experienced guidance they require to make a smart decision about attending college.
- College students receive personalized on-campus guidance and support based on our DEAL rubric for up to 6 years or until they graduate.
- Graduate with a career plan in place.
Bridging the Gap (robotics)
- Students will learn how to conduct research using industrial design.
- Robotics and simulation to design and construct a robot.
- Technical research skills and how to write a research paper are skills.
- Early start in STEM fields, Math, Science.
College Access For All
- Attend out of state college trips.
- Attend workshops such as Resume Writing and Interview skills.
- Career exploration and Financial Literacy.
College Access: Research & Action(CARA)
- CARA’s College Inquiry program works to develop a comprehensive college-going infrastructure for schools.
- Supports first-generation college students, low-income students, and students of color from post-secondary exploration, to application, to enrollment.
- Comprehensive, field-tested curriculum and work with teachers and staff to build capacity around college access in order to increase students’ enrollment into good match colleges and positively. influence their persistence rates.
- College Coach provided to the school.
- Comprehensive college curriculum.
CUNY K-16 Initiatives
- CUNY K-16 Initiatives creates innovative pathways for young New Yorkers to envision and achieve success by engaging strategic partners in confronting systemic educational inequities.
- Through this program: we will gain another College coach to assist in college process.
Futures in Options (external program)
- Attend one orientation and thirteen weekly two-hour workshops, each held in our office in the Financial District.
- Learn how to professionally interview, present information to a group, behave in a professional environment, manage time, and create an effective resume.
- Student also participates in two career exploration field trips that give them a chance to learn about different industries and network with professionals who are willing to share career advice and insights from their own lives.
- Career Essentials affords students an opportunity to learn and form relationships with other students from all five boroughs.
- Students will receive a small stipend upon successfully completing the program.
Medgar Evers (College Now)
- Promote college awareness and strengthen academic preparation.
- Expand students’ capacity for a successful transition to college.
- Earn college credits from Medgar Evers such as: Art 100, Computer Science 100, English 112, Forensic Science 101, Health 102, Math 136 and Math Cofo.
Medgar Evers SAT Prep
- Students earn college credits or become college ready before graduating from high school and to learn about college and career process and access
- SAT prep course
- College readiness brush up courses/workshops
- Participate in weekly after-school sessions and special workshops covering all four pillars of Career Fluency® curriculum.
- Fellows are able to gain skills in networking in college and professional environments, workplace. etiquette, internship preparedness, interview skills, and career savvy.
- Intensive college application guidance, including overnight college trips, group workshops, SAT tutoring and extensive one-on-one counseling.
- Paid internships or participate in enrichment or travel programs, leaving our program with robust resumes and lifelong networks of support.
Sadie Nash Leadership
- Develop leadership and activism among young women.
- Strengthen, empower, and equip young women as agents for change in their lives and in the world.
- Increased the participation of women in social, political, and economic decision-making.
- Workshops, circles and forums.
St Josephs Aces
- Advanced reading and writing course that gives you college credits.
- Take trips to theaters and cultural centers.
- Computer Science 125, English 105.
SUNY Downstate HPREP
- Program for highly motivated minority high school students in the 9th through 11th grade who are interested in the sciences and medical field.
- HPREP provides guidance and leadership to our health professional student community as well as the community at large.
- Work in groups, leadership, learn about the medical field, dissect sheep brains.
The Door SAT prep
- After-school help with homework and preparing for Saturday SAT prep classes special enrichment programs for high school sophomore.
- SAT intensives for 11th grade students run October to March.
YWCA Geek Girls STEM
- Hands-on workshops and training.
- Networking with women experts and leaders
- Field trips –Guest speakers
- Geek Girls will have the opportunity to work with one another and apply scientific approaches and techniques towards solving a social issues