Find out first about job opportunities, internships, contests and more. Be sure to check out our Scholarships page too.
College Programs and Fairs
FAFSA How-To Guide
Are you worred about filling out the FAFSA (also known as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid)? If so, check out this guide, which will give you guidance when you're about to fill it out!
CUNY College Application
The CUNY College Application for Spring 2014 is now available! The deadline for accepting the application is September 2013. Go here for more information.
NYC College Line
Do you have questions about college? Look to NYC College Line for application and admissions procedures, how to pay for college, and how to succeed!
Scholarships & Contests
All-American High School Film Festival
The first All-American High School Film Festival is here! The "Made in NY" category is open to free submission for high school students through August 2nd. To learn more about festival, visit their webpage.
"Brooklyn LOL" Lit Match Writing Competition
Calling all Brooklyn Teen Writers! Submit your writing by June 26th for your chance to win a laptop, have your work published and read it at the Brooklyn Book Festival! For further information, click on the flyer.
Programs & Internships
The Metropolitan Museum of Art High School Internships
Paid internships are available at the Metropolitan Museum and Art to teens in grades 11 and 12 at high schools that receive Title I funding during the 2013-2014 school year. For more information, and the application, visit their website. Applications are due by Wednesday, September 18th, at 5:00pm.
The New Victory Theater Job Training Programs
The New Victory Theater is offering two different job training programs - the New Vic Usher Program and the New 42 Apprentice Program. Follow the links to learn more information and fill out an application! Applications for the Usher Program are due by August 7th and applications for the Apprentice Program are due by August 28th.
New York State Summer School of the Arts
Are you interested in becoming a professional artist? Consider applying for the New York State Summer School of the Arts. It's open to all New York state high school students who qualify and tuition assistance is available. For more information and application details, visit their website.
Rubin Museum of Art Teen Programs
The Rubin Museum of Art offers many fun, unique teen programs throughout the year. To learn more, visit their webpage!
Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls
Enrollment is now open for the Willie Mae Music Lab! Visit their webpage to find out more information and sign up to rock out!
Brooklyn Museum Internship Programs
The Brooklyn Museum has various internship opportunities through out the year. Find more details and applications here.
Youth Programs at Cooper-Hewitt
Applications are now available for the youth programs at Cooper-Hewitt. Learn more about the programs here.
High School Information
High School Admissions
Do you have questions about the admissions process for NYC high schools? If so, check out the NYC Department of Education's choices and enrollment high school page! For more information, you can call 718-935-2399 or email HS_Enrollment@schools.nyc.gov .
New York City has public high schools with every imaginable theme, a dizzying array of application requirements, and charter schools galore. Choosing from one of NYC's over 400 public high schools can be a real task. How do you decide where you go to school? A group of NYC public high school students, the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), the Resilience Advocacy Project (RAP), and teaching artist Douglas Paulson investigated the high school application process and made a website to help break it down to middle school students, parents, and guidance counselors.