From now until January 2020, City residents who are 16 years of age or older can apply to join NYC Parks' Lifeguard Training Program for a chance to become a lifeguard at any of the City's beaches and pools this summer. Learn more about the program, and register for a Qualifying Test today!
Civil rights activist and congressman, Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), stopped by the New-York Historical Society to speak with NYC middle and high schoolers about the importance of student activism in the United States.
For the second year in a row, the NYC Department of Education, the New York Yankees, and Stonewall Inn are teaming up to provide five NYC high school seniors with scholarships for college. Learn more about these scholarships, including eligibility criteria and deadlines, and submit your application by March 1, 2020!
High school seniors: it's time to get money for college! Check out our breakdown of the college financial aid application process, including ways to identify college costs, search scholarship resources, and compare financial aid awards.
For the first time ever, New Yorkers who are eligible to participate in this year's General Elections on November 5 can vote early! Learn more about New York's new Early Voting period taking place beginning Saturday, October 26 through Sunday, November 3.
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