On May 11th, Transit Tech CTE HS along with 20 other NYC High Schools were able to receive an experience of a lifetime, past and present, through an event sponsored by the
New York City Department of Education Chancellor Carmen Farina and made possible by a generous grant from the Gilder Lehrman Institute. Our talented Vice-President of Student Council gave a spectacular monologue performance in front of the Tony Award winning Director and Cast.
Our student, Tyrone C., along with his Teacher Adviser, R. Ramsey, receiving an award at the Annual Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color (COSEBOC) Conference, which was hosted in New York City this year.
The John Jay College-College Now Program’s Law and Justice Summer Institute (LJSI) – offered in collaboration with the Justice Resource Center (JRC) – embraces the concept that inquiry into the source of state authority is often the beginning point of interest in a career in law. LJSI engages students’ in academic and hands-on learning opportunities designed to critically explore the inherent tensions between individual liberties and state power and to harness student interest in the law and legal profession.
The LLSI – a FREE summer program for 20-25 NYC public high school students- utilizes a combination of classroom instruction, real-world testimonials of working professionals and hands-on activities in the form of Mock Trial court competition and informational workshops to engage students in a critical examination of fundamental questions and to harness their interest in the law and legal profession. The institute will meet over five-weeks from Monday, July 11th thru Thursday, August 11th, four days each week (Mondays – Thursdays) from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm each day. Enrollment is open to rising 11th and 12th grade NYC public high school students who meet academic eligibility requirements.
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9:30AM — 1:00PM
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The Transit Tech College Office will be hosting a college tour to the University at Albany on May 4, 2016.
The cost of the trip is free but you will need to bring $11.00 for lunch.
If you are interested in attending, please log on to the website at www.transittechhs.org. Once you have registered, please see Mr. Ramsey or Ms. Cisco for a permission slip. First come, first serve so register quick!