NYC families with students currently in grades K–8 can enroll in Summer Rising, the City's free, full-day, academic and enrichment program for summer learning. Learn more about Summer Rising, including activities, supports, services, and eligibility requirements, and apply today to secure your child's spot!
Between now and May 6, NYC residents who are 14-24 years old and are legally allowed to work in the U.S. can apply for the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP), the nation's largest youth employment service! Learn more about SYEP, and apply today for your chance at obtaining an entry-level job in a variety of industries across the five boroughs! But hurry; applications are due by May 6, 2022!
NYC public school students entering grades K–12 in September 2022 can apply now for free summer camps, courses, and internships through STEM Matters NYC! Learn more about these outstanding summer enrichment programs in science, technology, engineering, and math, and submit your application by Tuesday, April 19!
See what's happening in NYC public schools this month! Highlights include Spring Recess, deadlines for 3-K admissions and the 2022 NYC School Survey, and New York State's upcoming mathematics exams for students in grades 3–8.
As we continue with our ongoing Hidden Voices series, we're featuring Emily W. Roebling, the acting engineer responsible for the construction and completion of New York's "Eighth Wonder of the World," the Brooklyn Bridge!
Women's History Month may be in March, but "herstory" isn't limited to 31 days a year! Check out some of the resources, including online exhibitions, documentaries, and booklists available for students and families that highlight the contributions women have made—and continue to make—on the world as we know it, all year round!
We've extended the deadline to complete your 2022 NYC School Survey! If you're a City parent/guardian, teacher, or staff member in public school grades 3-K through 12, or a student in grades 6–12, learn more about this year's Survey, and submit your answers by the new deadline on Friday, April 15, 2022!
As we pass the midway point of March, it's time once again to check out the latest learning programs, workshops, contests, scholarships, and employment opportunities available to NYC students this month!
Time is running out! NYC families with children born in 2018 have until Friday, March 18 to submit their 2022 Pre-K applications. Learn more about the City's Pre-K Admissions process, including eligibility requirements, availability, and program options, and complete your child's application TODAY.
See what's new on Parent University, the DOE's free online learning and empowerment platform for City public school families. This month, you can learn about the City's preschool options, adult education, SNAP benefits, and more!
Time is running out to complete the 2022 NYC School Survey! If you're a City parent/guardian, teacher, or staff member in public school grades 3-K through 12, or a student in grades 6–12, learn more about this year's Survey, and submit your answers by Friday, March 25, 2022!
See what's happening in NYC public schools this month! Highlights include parent-teacher conferences, application deadlines for Pre-K, middle, and high school admissions, SAT School Day, and New York State's upcoming ELA assessments for students in grades 3–8.
Last month, NYC public schools across the City held classes, events, and workshops in support of Career Exploration Month, our annual celebration of our students' potential career and education paths after high school. Check out some of the digital resources available to City students this year, including career workshops and panels, career identification tools, and more!
Beginning Monday, February 28, masks or face coverings are optional for all NYC public school students, staff members, and visitors when outside on school grounds. Learn more about this policy change, and stay tuned for further updates in the coming weeks.
As our ongoing Hidden Voices series continues, we're featuring Broadway legend, Florence Mills, whose unique voice, stage presence, hard work, and personal commitment to Black representation on Broadway during the 1920's helped set the stage for the rise of jazz and the integration of Black artists into Broadway productions.
NYC families with children born in 2018 or 2019 can apply for Pre-K and 3-K! Learn more about the City's 3-K/Pre-K Admissions processes, including eligibility requirements, availability, and program options, and complete your child's application TODAY.
This Spring Recess (April 18–April 22, 2022), STEM Matters NYC is providing NYC students in grades K–12 with a variety of free and exciting programs, including camps for K–8 students, and internships for high school students, in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. Learn more about STEM Matters NYC programs, and submit your application by Monday, February 28, 2022!
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