APPLY to join City Art Lab Spring Semester 2020!
A 12-week art program for teens at City College of New York; A great way to build a portfolio;
An opportunity to work with a fantastic group of teaching artists;
An opportunity to get art exhibited in a professional art gallery;
Completely FREE More information and to APPLY HERE
Deadline Feb. 8
Youth Restorative Justice (YRJ), and NYU Metro Center, is hosting the second annual citywide youth summit, which will bring together youth leadership, school leaders, and community-based organizations (CBOs), to highlight the impact of disproportionality on students, and discuss ways to dismantle it. The DOE invites you, your school staff, and any youth-leadership community-based organizations (CBOs) affiliated with your school to propose a workshop or resource fair for this year’s summit. If you would like to participate, you should apply by February 9. The youth summit, will take place at Prospect Heights Educational Campus (883 Classon Ave in Brooklyn), from 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m., on June 4 (Anniversary Day). Participants will have the opportunity to learn, connect, share resources, and identify best practices to turnkey to their schools and communities.
Teen Arts Week is NYC’s annual citywide celebration of the arts—for teens, by teens
Leading cultural organizations in all five boroughs will present free classes, workshops and performances for teens from March 2-8, 2020. Events enable teens to gain hands-on experience in different areas of the arts, engage with professionals in the creative industries, and explore pathways to future leadership within the context of the arts. Open to all NYC teens 14+ with a valid school ID. Educators are encouraged to bring student groups, both during and after regular school hours.
Questions about Teen Arts Week? Contact: 212.415.5768
The Yleana Leadership Academy, founded in 2013, is excited to welcome our students’ applications for our tenth and eleventh sessions in 2018! Our program, in the form of a three-week sleepaway summer SAT program on a college campus that mixes the best of SAT prep with traditional summer fun. We want our program to be accessible to both higher achieving students and those who might begin with lower scores and grades.
THE 2018 STUDENT APPLICATION PERIOD WILL OPEN ON MARCH 1, 2018 and CLOSE ON APRIL 1, 2018.
Room, board, all books and materials, and free transportation to and from the campus will be provided. It is open to 80 rising seniors (40 per session) whose organizations have partnered with us
For more information visit: https://yleana.org/#/ThisYear
Or use this form to get in touch with them.
New and experienced potters are welcome to join our class designed specifically for 14-18 years olds. Using both hand building and wheel throwing techniques, students will make bowls, cups, vases and other vessel forms.
Location: Manny Cantor Center I M FL
Date & Time: Wednesdays 4:00-6:00PM (Arrival time begins at 3:30PM) 1/10-3/10, 10 Sessions
Cost: $350 (Materials and Firing Included)
Call: 646.395.4235/ Email: email@example.com/ Register here.
The Putney School Summer Programs offer students age 14-17 the opportunity for in-depth exploration in the visual arts, performing arts, and creative writing, as well as sustainability through our Farm Program.
ESOL- Program for International Education for non-native English speakers offers English language classes and accelerated learning through language immersion. We enroll 135 students in each 3-week session.
Workshops form the core of the day. Students enroll in two half-day workshops—one in the morning, one in the afternoon.
The Putney School welcomes students to apply who are ready to take risks in their creative work, to learn new things and get better at what they already know, and to be a responsible member of this diverse and close-knit community. The Summer Programs enrolls teenagers from all over the world.