The College and Career office will host a trip to Buffalo and Niagara Falls, on the Canada side! The Trip will take place on May 10-12th, 2018. The price of the tour is $388.00 per person (payment arrangements will be accepted). The price includes transportation, hotel accommodations, two dinners at the Hard Rock and Rainforest Cafe’s, entrance fees into Prospect Observation Tower, Short voyage cruise, etc. Please be advised that Government-issued identification is required to enter Canada. The information will be provided for you when you request your permission slip. To register, please click the link below:
Are you or do you know a high school or college student seeking work experience? City Parks Foundation offers engaging internships providing students with the opportunity to further their knowledge while gaining real life experience.
Our mentors work with students throughout their internship to support and encourage their self-confidence and identify the next steps on their paths to a successful future. Current internship opportunities are listed below and more will be added, so check back in the coming weeks.
Seeds to Trees College Internship
Freshmen – Juniors | March – June 2018
Application Deadline: March 15, 2018
Marketing & Partnerships College Internship
Freshmen – Seniors | May – August 2018
Application Deadline: March 17, 2018
Learning Gardens High School Training Program
Freshmen – Juniors | February – June 2018
Application Deadline: Ongoing
Students! Our College and Career office will be providing you with another overnight college tour opportunity to visit Villanova and Temple Universities in Philadelphia, PA. In addition, you will also attend the Penn Relays and see some other tourist attractions! The trip will take place on Friday, April 27-28th.
The cost has been significantly reduced to $60.00, which includes some meals, snacks, drinks and tips. Payment plans are available.
Nano Hacker Academy’s is offering youth opportunities in tech and design courses. They have a very competitive application process, which closed on Friday, January 12! NHA is an entirely volunteer-run nonprofit organization offering bootcamp-style courses which build technical and design skills to help young programmers achieve their goals, such as competing in hackathons, creating games or designing web and mobile apps. Prospective applicants are expected to be self-motivated, independent learners, ages 10-14, who are familiar with programming basics and want to take their knowledge to the next level. The program is free.
If you are interested in future opportunities, please visit their website at https://www.nanohackers.org/
Seniors! If you are interested in receiving a full academic scholarship to a SUNY school, please click below for application information:
Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office Is Accepting Applications
For Winter and Spring High School Internships
Internship Program to Run in Mid-Winter and Spring Cycles; Program Provides
Unique Learning Experience in Public Service and Law
Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez today announced the launch of a competitive mid-winter and spring internship program for current high school juniors and seniors who live and attend school in Brooklyn. Students with a strong interest in criminal justice or the public interest sector and who meet the requisite eligibility criteria are encouraged to apply and participate in one of two intensive one-week programs.
Acting District Attorney Gonzalez said, “This internship program will offer hands-on experience into how criminal cases develop, everything from the steps taken to investigate and build a case, to how cases are presented in court. Interns accepted into the program will not only learn about the criminal justice system and legal careers, but will also develop team-building and leadership skills that will enhance their professional development.”
Selected students will be assigned to a unit within the DA’s office and will support the work of Assistant District Attorneys and other members of the DA’s staff. They can expect to assist with legal research and analysis using the Internet, news articles and legal periodicals; assist attorneys on pretrial matters; work on case preparation, discovery, file maintenance and organizing court documents; participate in trial zone workshops; participate in judicial, legal and law enforcement-related field trips; and observe criminal proceedings including trials, guilty pleas and sentencings.
The program is open to qualifying juniors and seniors who must be able to commit to the entire duration of either of two internship cycles. Cycle 1 will run from February 20, 2018 to February 23, 2018; Cycle 2 will run from April 2, 2018 to April 6, 2018. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
This is an unpaid internship, but students will receive a MetroCard to assist with transportation. Applicants are required to supply their most recent school transcript, a one-page resume, one letter of recommendation from either a teacher, coach, or mentor and must submit a 300 word typed essay (12 pt. font and double-spaced) on why they are interested in interning with the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office and what impact they think it will have on their future personal and academic endeavors.
To apply, please visit: http://brooklynda.org/internships/ beginning November 27, 2017. Only the recommendation letter should be emailed to the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office at email@example.com in pdf format, with the subject line: Recommendation Letter (Applicant’s First and Last Name). All application materials must be received no later than Friday, December 22, 2017.
Transit Tech will offer its first international trip to India for 10-15 students. We will travel during the February break! Come here about this exciting tour! In order to attend, you must register. Seats will be limited. See you there!
Attention Juniors and Seniors: The College and Career Office will host its fall trip to Lincoln Technical Institute, located in Connecticut, on Tuesday, November 14, 2017 from 7:30am to 4:00pm. If you are interested, please register and also see Mr. Ramsey or Ms. Cisco for a permission slip.
Transit students will have the opportunity to participate in this year’s Yale Model Congress Conference which will take place from November 30-December 3rd in New Haven, Connecticut. If you are interested in representing Transit Tech as a delegate, we will have a brief meeting immediately after school Monday, October 30th in Room 139. If you have any questions, please speak to Ms. Cisco in the College and Career Office.