CareerCLUE (Community Learning, Understanding and Experience)

CareerCLUE s a credit-bearing, stipended summer program for rising 10th grade students during the summer. Throughout the five-week program, students engaged in real-world project-based learning about green career pathways through guest speakers, site visits and project work. Students earn an elective environmental science credit for the course, and a $500 stipend if they met attendance and academic requirements.

 

If you are interested in applying, see your guidance counselor. 

Educators Rising 

If you are interseted in applying, see Ms. Genco in Room 407.

Global Potential

Global Potential train the youth in social entrepreneurship. Students undertake after-school educational training workshops on a wide range of critical social issues. Global Potential also facilitates opportunities for youth to volunteer in local community service activities, such as working in public gardens, soup kitchens, parks, hospitals, and cultural centers in New York City. Students undertake community service immersion programs either overseas, or if they are unable to travel abroad, in the United States.

 

If you are interested in applying, see your guidance counselor. 

Guardian Life Mentoring Program 

If you are interseted in applying, see Ms. Genco in Room 407.

LEAF (Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future)

Through our partners at Nature Conservancy, the LEAF program provides paid summer internships for high school students and helps educators from environmental high schools share best practices and scientific resources. The LEAF program supplements environmental education in the classroom with real-world experiences for youth from urban communities, and increases student awareness of higher education and career paths in conservation. See your guidance counselor if you are interested in applying.

 

If you are interseted in applying, see Ms. Heuer in Room 407.

Summer Search

Summer Search (Under Construction)

 

If you are interseted in applying, see Ms. Heuer in Room 426.

Youth Ambassadors, Youth Leaders and Peer Mediators

We offer students numerous opportunites to serve as leaders in school. We have hire two students to serve as paid Youth Leaders, who serve as peer counselors in the college access process for our students. Youth Ambassadors serve as the youth voice and leaders in our community school. 

 

If you are interested in applying for these roles, see the staff in the Student Success Center (S-Area).