All students must wear their uniform to school. Be sure to purchase the school uniform as soon as possible, see Ms. Castillo in room 107.
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Resources for Immigrant Communities During COVID-19 Pandemic
"The City of New York is committed to helping New Yorkers significantly affected by the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Many city services are available to all New Yorkers no matter what your immigration status is and regardless of your ability to pay, although other eligibility requirements may apply.
Work-Based Learning (WBL) as a key activity that allows students to build a bridge from adolescent roles in the classroom to adult roles in professional settings. WBL activities include exposure to a range of occupations and career options, and classroom or community activities that incorporate employers as speakers, advisors, instructors or mentors. Students learn by observing and/or actually doing real work. Learning in the workplace or from industry professionals supports academic learning and promotes the development of broad transferable skills.
All students must check their Outlook e-mail for opportunities.
How to Get apply for an internship
Students must complete the following tasks to obtain a secure an internship.
Apply for your Working Papers.
All students must have current Working papers in order to get paid while participating in an internship. To apply for working papers, students should first download, print and complete the AT-17 Application for Employment Certificate. The completed application should be submitted to Mr. J. Oliver in room 412 with the necessary additional documentation. Additional documents include:
A copy of your most-recent physical
Proof of age
Summer Youth Experience Program
What is SYEP?
Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is the nation’s largest youth employment program, connecting NYC youth between the ages of 14 and 24 with career exploration opportunities and paid work experiences each summer.
Participants receive the opportunity to explore their interests and career pathways, develop workplace skills and engage in learning experiences that help to develop their social, civic and leadership skills.
By participating in structured project and work-based opportunities, NYC youth are better prepared for careers of the future.
What Does the Program Offer? SYEP will give youth a unique opportunity to explore their interest and discover new ones through:
Career Exploration: Flex your research skills and discover new career possibilities.
Project-Based Learning: NYC Teens aged 14—15 learn about career opportunities and make a difference in their communities through paid project-based activities
Work Experiences: Young people aged 16–24 improve their work readiness skills and explore career pathways through paid summer jobs in a variety of industries throughout NYC
Community Building: Our democracy needs your voice. Learn valuable skills to become an active citizen at work and in your community.
Earn Money: Get paid to participate!
Who is Eligible?
Young people age 14 to 24
Must be a resident of one of the five NYC boroughs
Supplemental WBL Experience Funding (SWEF): Workplace challenges or internships that are part of Career and Technical Education programs.
Industry Scholars (ISP): Industry-specific internships or workplace challenges and a variety of career activities aimed at helping students apply their skills in authentic industry settings while gaining real-world work experience.
Identify the type of internship that you would like to participate.
Apply for your Employment Certificate (working papers), see Mr. Oliver in room 412.
Fill out the application of the internship that you are interested.
Be sure to submit all required documentation.
Continuously, check your e-mail and respond to emails in a promptly manner.