Mogul in the Making Hackathon
The hackathon will be held at the Viacom offices in Times Square and is open to all high school students in the tri-state area. It will offer students an opportunity to meet and work with successful entrepreneurs and engineers, including Top Chef finalist and The Shaw Bijou’s executive chef, Kwame Onwuachi.
In addition to the opportunity to work with innovative thinkers and creators, students will have the opportunity to earn great prizes, including a new Dell XPS 13 laptop for each member of the winning team. No coding experience is required! Please send the attached flyer along to interested teachers, especially those in your technology or business departments, and interested students. For more information about the hackathon, please visit www.getschooled.com/hackathon
(source: H. Joseph-Rosboro, Principal)
Students Wanted. Are you interested in working outside, growing food, community service hours, fun and potential paid work? The UHHS Garden program wants you.
See Joan in the trailer or come to the garden Mondays after school.
Student Mentorship Program Supported by the Pinkerton Foundation
The Urban Barcode Research Program (UBRP) is pleased to offer science education initiative to engage high school students to study biodiversity in NYC using DNA technology. Students complete introductory workshops and then conduct independent, student-driven research projects using DNA barcoding under expert mentorship. The UBRP enables students to gain knowledge, confidence, and interest in science while studying the interaction between biodiversity and human activity.
For more information go to http://www.urbanbarcodeproject.org/ubresearch.html
Job Opportunity - NYC Workforce1
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(source: H. joseph-Rosebore, Principal)
City Parks Foundation - Media Arts Institute