BAM Education Programs
BAM Education connects learning with creativity, engaging imagination by encouraging self-expression through in- and after-school programs for students and teachers; school-break workshops; and offerings for audiences of all ages.
Beacon Community Centers
Beacon centers operate in the afternoons, evenings, weekends, during school holidays, vacation periods and the summer (8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.). Beacons provide a wide range of activities for young people including tutoring, college prep, photography, basketball and martial arts. We also provide adult programs such as GED, ESOL, Parenting Skills classes, Family relation, and tenant and advocacy.
Bedford Haitian Community Center, Inc.
Provides educational support and youth leadership programs, including leadership skills, academic enhancement, education and employment counseling, and youth social, cultural, and recreational activities. Also provides immigration and refugee assistance in the form of legal assistance, basic education in native language, and English for speakers of other language assistance.
Bethany United Methodist Church
After school tutorial in homework (math, science, reading, social studies).
Big Apple Games
The Big Apple Games is a summer recreational program designed as an extension of the PSAL to accommodate children with special needs.
Brooklyn Children's Museum
A pioneer in education, Brooklyn Children’s Museum was the first museum created expressly for children when it was founded in 1899. Its success has sparked the creation of 300 children’s museums around the world. With award-winning, hands- on exhibits and innovative use of its collections, the Museum engages children from pre-school to high school in learning adventures. It is the only children’s museum in New York City, and one of few in the country, to be accredited by the American Association of Museums.
Brooklyn Chinese-American Association After-School and Summer Program
The Brooklyn Chinese-American Association (BCA) currently operates after-school and summer programs that serve nearly 1,000 public school students daily at five school buildings in the neighborhoods of Sunset Park, Borough Park, Bay Ridge, Sheepshead Bay, and Bensonhurst.
Brooklyn Museum Family and Youth Programs
See art. Make art. Brooklyn Museum Youth and Family Programs create connections between works in our galleries and your life.
Brooklyn Summit College Clinic
Brooklyn Youth Music Project
An important component of the Brooklyn Youth Music Project is their summer camp experience. Students play in a string orchestra, sing in a choir and participate in chamber ensembles.
Brownsville Youth Association
Brownsville Youth Association (BYA) is a community-based, non-profit organization located in Brooklyn, New York dedicated improving quality of life in Brownsville through youth empowerment. BYA works Brownsville residents of all ages, faith-based organizations, tenant associations, educational institutions, business owners and health care providers to offer services and intergenerational programming.
Brownville Youth Court
The Brownsville Youth Court trains teenagers to serve as jurors, judges and advocates, handling real-life cases involving their peers. The goal of the Brownsville Youth Court is to use positive peer pressure to ensure that young people who have committed minor offenses restore harm done to the community and receive the help they need to avoid further involvement in the justice system.
Center for Family Life in Sunset Park
The essential focus of the activities at the Center for Family Life is on the family as a sustaining source of development for children and youth. Individual, group and family counseling provided by the Center's social workers are augmented by involvement in extensive school-based, after-school programs at two local elementary schools and evening center programs for teens.
Central Park Summer Internship Program
The Summer Internship provides full-time, paid summer jobs with the Central Park Conservancy for approximately 25 high school students. Interns support the horticulture, visitor services and public programs departments. Deadline is April 30th.
The College Now Program is a free program designed to prepare New York City's public high school students for college. In most cases, a New York City public high school teams up with one or more of the 17 City University of New York (CUNY) colleges to create a College Now partnership. Each CUNY administers its own College Now program; and there is no centralized application process for College Now. Students interested in signing up may apply at the College Now website.
Crown Heights Community Mediation Center
Provides a neutral place where youth and adults can air grievances, settle disputes and work together to achieve common goals.
DREAMS YouthBuild & Young Adult Training Program
The DREAMS YouthBuild & Young Adult Training Program offers GED and Pre-GED classes to young adults ages 17 thru 24. We assist participants with obtaining their GED and full-time employment. In our program young adults learn sufficient skills to compete in today’s job market. In addition to helping our students obtain their GED, they focus on Life Skills, and Job Readiness. Additional opportunities at DREAMS include our YouthBuild Program; which offers training in Construction and Building Maintenance.
East Flatbush Village, Inc.
The East Flatbush Village is a community and youth Development organization focused on uplifting Neighbors with Neighbors.
Educators for Children, Youth and Families
Provides educational support and youth leadership programs, individual and family counseling, leadership skills training, community service, and academic enhancement services. Also provides school mediation and cultural and diversity workshops and training.
Exalt Youth Programs
Exalt elevates expectations of personal success for youth ages 15-19 who’ve been involved in the criminal justice system. We inspire youth at a critical crossroads to believe in their worth, from the first steps in contemplation through the journey to create lasting behavioral change.
Description: Twenty-five new Intern Explainers are accepted into the program three times a year. During the school year, Explainers volunteer on weekends and optional school holidays. Weekend shifts last 4.5 hours in either the morning or afternoon. In addition to a weekend shift, summer interns also volunteer for two 4.5-hour weekday shifts, Tuesdays through Fridays. At the beginning of each new session, Explainers are given six months after the first training date to complete the 125 hours.
Family and Community Support Services, Inc.
Provides fathers with educational parenting skills and social support networks; like dads helping dads mentoring. They provide fathers empowerment workshops so that fathers can be informed of their rights. Fathers gain access to greater resources.
Friends of Crown Heights
Free internet literacy class for beginners.
Gowanus Canal Conservancy Environmental Education Summer Internship
The Gowanus Canal Conservancy is looking for graduate or college level interns to help coordinate Conservancy education programs during the Summer of 2014. The Education Intern will report to the Director of Education Programs and assist in the development of GCC Education Programs.
Henkels & Mc.Coy
Training services (part of H&M Networks) offers all levels of hand-on training and technical instruction from entry-level through advanced. Assist with obtaining free certification in a variety of program, as well as GED practice, and free GED certification. Upon completion of the 1 month job readiness training, students are rewarded a brand new desktop computer system. Stipends are also rewarded based on goal completion.
Through the power of the ensemble process, Irondale creates and presents alive, compelling theater, performance, and education programs that challenge traditional assumptions about art, and help us to better interpret contemporary culture. The IrondaleCenter – our theater, laboratory, and classroom – is a home for ensemble artists of all disciplines and cultures, and a resource for our community.
IMentor is a mentoring program between young people and volunteer adult mentors through an innovative combination of e-mails, correspondence and in- person meetings.
Jewish Children’s Museum
The Jewish Children’s Museum provides exhibitions and programs for all children in an educational and entertaining format. Through contemporary technology and a hands-on approach to learning, visitors experience Jewish history, values and traditions in a manner that inspires an increased interest in Jewish culture. Primarily, the Museum serves elementary school-age children and their families, and is a resource and model, nationally and internationally, for interactive education on Jewish themes. The Museum is a setting for children of all faiths and backgrounds to gain a positive perspective and awareness of the Jewish heritage, fostering tolerance and understanding.
Kings Against Violence Initiative
Kings Against Violence Initiative (KAVI) is a hospital-based and school-based youth violence intervention, prevention and empowerment program in Brooklyn, New York. We view violence as a disease much in the same fashion as diabetes, hypertension or heart disease. We are not a social program but a disease intervention program that believes in youth empowerment as a way to improve lives of young people, in particular as it relates to violence.
The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) is committed to fostering learning through its educational programs, guided tours and workshops, art education awareness in neighboring schools, and emphasis on strengthening ties with the NYC Department of Education. The Education staff supervises art educators and interns, and works collaboratively to expand the Education component of all the programming areas at MoCADA by engaging other departments to achieve the overall goals and objectives of the organization.
New York City Summer Youth Employment Program
The Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) provides New York City youth between the ages of 14 and 24 with paid summer employment for up to seven weeks in July and August. SYEP also provides workshops on job readiness, career exploration, financial literacy and opportunities to continue education and social growth.
New York City Summer Internship Programs
City government internships allow students to make important contributions to New York City. Additionally, this is an opportunity for students to participate in a challenging and rewarding work experience, also a great way to find student housing. Undergraduate applicants must be enrolled in a college or university before applying. Graduate applicants must be enrolled or accepted into a graduate program before applying.
New York Police Academy Summer Program
The Youth Police Academy is a six-week program (5 days per week) for youth between the ages of 10 and 16.
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow Young Adult Internship Program
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow is offering a Young Adult Internship Program. Young adults must be between the ages of 17 and 24 and reside in Crown Heights, Bedford Stuyvesant, Bushwick, Greenpoint, East New York and Williamsburg. The program offers 14 weeks of paid internship and job training.
Out of School Youth Employment Training
The OSY Employment Training is designed to motivate, empower and prepare young adults who are not currently working and/or not attending school.
Quest Youth Organization
Quest uses the performing arts to facilitate critical thinking, improve student academic performance and provide eclectic musical concerts in the community.
Prospect Park Volunteer Corps
Participate in various gardening and beautification projects, lead tours, help with office work and more.
SCO Young Adult Internship Program
Participate in various gardening and beautification projects, lead tours, help with office work and more.
Sunset Park Alliance For Youth
The Sunset Park Alliance, a collaboration consisting of six distinct organizations, reconnects disconnected youth back to the classroom and workplace by providing comprehensive case management and support services, enhancing academic skills, and offering access to job skills training and employment.
We Are All Brooklyn Fellowship Program
The We Are All Brooklyn (WAAB) Fellowship is seeking emerging leaders working for community, faith-based, government or non-profit organizations serving Brooklyn, to join this exciting Brooklyn-based Fellowship! The WAAB Fellowship is a 10 month leadership program dedicated to advancing the next generation of Brooklyn's diverse leaders and helping them become change agents to strengthen Brooklyn.
Workforce1 Career Center
Workforce1 can help you find and prepare for the job you want. Whether you are unemployed, hoping to make a mid-career change, or looking for your first job, Workforce1 Career Centers in each of the 5 boroughs offer: • Job search resource rooms • Personalized career counseling • Advice on how to interview for a job • Assistance creating resumes and cover letters • Job placement services
Year Up is a one-year, intensive training program that provides low-income young adults, ages 18-24, with a combination of hands-on skill development, college credits, and corporate internships.
Young Adult Internship Program (YAIP)
The Young Adult Internship Program (YAIP) is DYCD’s workforce development program targeting young adults between 16 and 24 who are not working and not in school. This is a year-round program; the program incorporates ongoing education, as well as additional participant and employer support.
Young Israel of Flatbush
Young Israel FlatbushYoung Israel of Flatbush is an orthodox synagogue located in the flatbush section of Brooklyn, NY. For over 90 years, the Young Israel of Flatbush has provided service to the local Flatbush community as well providing service and support on a national and an international level.