Through NYC Junior Ambassadors, seventh grade students can learn more about the United Nations and its ongoing mission. Apply before the program’s new deadline on October 22, 2018!
Through the New York Restoration Project, NYC’s public school teachers can provide their K–8 students with hands-on environmental education in City parks and community gardens this fall. Learn more and apply today!
Through NYC Junior Ambassadors, seventh grade students can learn more about the United Nations and its ongoing mission. Apply before October 22, 2018!
This past February, LinkNYC kiosks across the City featured artwork created by East Harlem students in celebration of Black History Month. Learn more about the collaboration that made this opportunity possible, and check out our students’ work!
Staying in New York City for Winter Break (Dec. 25 – Jan. 2)? Consider taking your family to some of the City’s many holiday-themed events and festivities that are taking place this year!
In celebration of this year’s NY Comic Con, check out our age-appropriate list of great graphic novels for students of all reading levels!
From now until October 2, City teachers can apply on behalf of their seventh grade classes for the NYC Junior Ambassadors program.
Staying in the City for Spring Break (April 10 – 18)? We’ve got a few fun suggestions that are great for the whole family.
Throughout January, City high schools celebrated Career Exploration Month, and we caught up with two schools to see how they helped students discover and decide upon their career paths.
With NYC public schools closed for Winter Break from December 26 – January 3, City students and their families have the wonderful opportunity to explore […]