• Kids Comic Con at BCC

    It’s time for you to dust of your crime fighters cape and squeeze yourself into those spandex superhero tights and then join us on Saturday April 22, 2017  for the 11th Annual Kids’ Comic Con at BCC. All aspiring caped crusaders will converge at Bronx Community College’s Colston Hall. The FREE comic book and graphic novel event will be held from 10am to 6pm. Since 2006 BCC has hosted the Kids’ Comic Con as a vehicle for supporting reading, writing, and art in the Bronx. Author and educator Alex Simmons and BCC’s director of Collaborative Education, Gene Adams created the Kids’ Comic Con to provide young people in the Bronx with an opportunity to experience the wonder and fun of the larger costly downtown comic conventions, in a family friendly and free environment.

    Simmons and Adams are supported by a dedicated group of comic book industry professionals who volunteer their time and talent by offering workshop on drawing techniques, writing, and careers in the comic book industry. In addition student leaders from the BCC Office of Student Life clubs and organization will be on hand to assist with workshops, coordinate entertainment activities and assist the many book vendors.

    The universe of comic books today generates billions of dollars from publications, movies, and retail products. Comics have also revolutionized the use of computer graphic technology and created many new and innovative career pathways. The Kids’ Comic Con at BCC encourages young people to explore their artistic passions and possible career opportunities in areas that include; publishing, business, science and technology, and media.

    (source: Gene Adams, Director of Collaborative Education, Bronx Community College)

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  • Health Fair

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  • Apply Now for Exciting Science and STEM Programs this Summer!

    High school students can apply now to attend exciting science and STEM programs being offered this summer at the NYC Department of Education’s Environmental Study Center and NYC Center for Space Science Education, the Bronx Zoo, Central Park Zoo, Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, Museum of the City of New York, New York Aquarium, Prospect Park Zoo, Queens Botanical Garden, Queens County Farm Museum, Queens Zoo, Staten Island Museum, Staten Island Zoo, and SUNY Old Westbury. Programs feature 1-week camps, high school internships, and a 4-week college credit bearing course.

    Application deadline is Friday, April 28. Click here for more information and here to apply. Don’t miss out, apply now!

    (Source: Patricia)

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  • Purple Is Going Green

    UHHS is developing a school-wide Recycling Program. Schools are among the largest waste producers in the community. We are going to change that. Watch here for program Updates and Weekly Facts.

    (source: Joan)

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  • Discover Law Day 2017 at Columbia University

    Discover Law Day 2017 at Columbia University

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  • Boys Volleyball Interest Meeting

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  • Sonia and Celina Sotomayor Judicial Internships

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  • Summer Internship Opportunities:

    Summer Internship Opportunities for students 16+

    Application Deadline: January 14, 2017

    (source: Patricia)

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  • MoMA Teens Art Classes

    Free art classes for teens.

    (source: Patricia)

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  • CS Education Week K-12 School/District Pledge

    These 70 districts and 288 schools – together representing a total of 3076 schools, across 39 states – have signed the CSforAll pledge to support the expansion of Computer Science to every K–12 student in the United States. These schools and districts pledge to: support professional development for CS teachers, administrators, and guidance counselors; encourage all students to learn CS; offer a variety of opportunities throughout their grade levels for CS learning; and assign a primary point of contact in their school or district for CS education.

    (source: Patricia and

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Green Fact of the Week

Plastic bags and other plastic garbage that end up in the ocean kill as many as 1 million sea creatures every year. Americans throw away 25 Million plastic drink bottles every hour.

[NY State Dept. of Environmental Conservation]

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