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* 2014-2015 National STEM Video Game Challenge – (http://www.stemchallenge.org/stem/#/aboutus) – Deadline: February 25, 2015

Inspired by the Education to Innovate Campaign, President Obama’s Initiative to promote a renewed focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education, the National STEM Video Game Challenge is a multi-year competition whose goal is to motivate interest in STEM learning among America’s youth by tapping into students’ natural passion for playing and making video games. Learn more on the website above!

 

*        Girls Who Code: Application Opening Soon! – (http://goo.gl/IOOKha) – Applications Open January 15 and Close on February 5

Girls who code’s Summer Immersion Program is expanding across the country and we want you to apply! Take a look at this recruitment flyer for further information!

 

*       Office of Adult and Continuing Education 2014 Course Catalog (http://goo.gl/etljp7)

The Office of Adult and Continuing Education’s mission is to empower adults in their roles as parents, family members, workers and community members. They promote lifelong learning and the development of problem solving skills through a continuum of services, including Adult Basic Education, English for Speakers of Other Languages, High School Equivalency, and Career and Technical Education.

 

*      Coop Tech: Learning that Works – (http://www.co-optech.org/page%203.html)– Ongoing

For over 30 years, The School of Cooperative Technical Education is a half-day vocational program that offers students hands on training in a variety of in demand and cutting edge trade areas. Take a look at our course listings and learn more today!

 

*       ATTAIN Computer Laboratory –( http://www.attain.suny.edu/labs.php) – Ongoing

Advanced Technology Training and Information Networking (ATTAIN), is a network of technology laboratories located across New York States’ most economically challenged urban and rural communities. ATTAIN provides communities access to new technologies, education, and technology training with over 32 occupational, academic, and self-development courses. Learn more on the website above!

 

*      Phipps Neighborhoods Career Network: Healthcare – (http://goo.gl/6uNSfr) – Ongoing

Phipps Neighborhoods encourages young adults 18-26 years old with a high school diploma or equivalency to gain meaningful careers in the Healthcare Field. Receive work readiness, career exploration, and career coaching with a combination of classroom studies at Hostos Community College and hands-on opportunities at Montefiore Medical Center. Also explore our website to learn more about our NYC Justice Corps, Free Computer Classes, and much more!

 

*      Year Up – (http://www.yearup.org/for-students/) – Ongoing

Year Up is an intensive, one-year program that combines hands-on skill development, college credits, and internships at some of America’s top companies, preparing students for success in careers in IT or Financial Operations, and in higher education. Learn more in the link above!

 

*        FEGS Bronx Youth Center Orientation – (http://goo.gl/568oCr) – Ongoing

Are you 16-24? Join FEGS Bronx Youth Center every Thursday at 1PM for an orientation to learn more about their Free GED Classes, Paid Internships, Career Planning and College Exploration.

 

*        Bronx Educational Opportunity Center – (http://www.bcc.cuny.edu/BronxEOC/?Page=Home) – Ongoing

The Bronx Educational Opportunity Center provides job training, GED preparation, college readiness classes and other services to youth and adults in the Bronx. And best of all, all services are free!