• Tomorrow's Business Leaders- Deadline for Fall Registration: 10/7/19

    "Tomorrow's Business Leaders  (TBL) is a volunteer-run non-profit organization that aims to introduce New York City high school students to business-related topics, ranging from basic finance to how to create a successful business plan. Since our inception in 2004, volunteers have taught weekly classes in various NYC-based high schools, reaching hundreds of students each year. 


    Tomorrow's Business Leaders exposes public high school students to the basic business and entrepreneurial skills for building successful careers. Driven young professionals from top firms who bring practical knowledge and experience straight into the classroom. Students gain real-world perspectives and direct access to inspiring role models."

    The 16 week program is divided into two halves- 8 weeks from October to December and again 8 weeks from February to April. 

    1. There is no application process for students at the moment. Maximum number of students from your school is 4 , for this program. Advisors are free to choose any students, at their discretion, for this program provided that the students are very committed to attending all of those 16 weeks of class. Students are advised not to miss more than 2 classes or they will NOT be awarded their Certificate of Completion. 

    2. The class timing is 5 - 7 pm, every Tuesday and the location is - 277 Park Avenue, NY, NY (JP Morgan Building). Orientation day is on the 16 October.

    3. The topics are: Resume Writing/Mock Interview Workshop, LinkedIn Workshop, How to build a Company, Personal Finance. 

  • The Renovated Home

    Are you interested in architecture, design, or project management? Please see Ms. Bennett this week in Room 212 for information about an internship with The Renovated Home.

    The Renovated Home is a design and build firm that works in high-end residential projects all over NYC. If you have any interest in the renovation or restoration of buildings, staging homes for photo shoots, or learning about the various trades necessary for renovation, this could be an amazing opportunity for you!

  • Explore Engineering for High School Girls

    Do you like to help people?
    Are you the kind of person who likes to craft, make, tinker and break things?
    Have you been wondering if engineering might be for you, but you’re not sure?
    Do you like spooky things?
    We’ve got the perfect immersive event for you Oct. 25-26: Explore Engineering, an overnight event for high school girls at Sweet Briar College.

    Participants will work in teams with engineering professors and students to imagine and bring to life a computer-controlled, interactive Halloween device. The event is hands-on, stresses teamwork and creativity, and is perfect for both experienced students and newbies to engineering.

    Cost is $65 and includes room and board, snacks, supplies and a T-shirt.

    Register here. Space is limited. Registration occurs on a rolling basis until the course fills.

    Cancellations received before October 1, 2019 will be refunded in full. Cancellations received on or after October 1, 2019 will not be refunded.

    Rebecca Girten
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  • The It Girls Overnight Retreat- Syracuse U. School of Information Studies

    The It Girls Overnight Retreat is a weekend event introducing high school junior and senior girls to the field of Information Technology (IT).

    The program is designed for girls to explore what it means to be a problem-solver and how to apply problem solving skills by leveraging information, data, and technology.

    It Girls meet barrier-breaking role models from the tech industry, learn from cutting-edge faculty and connect with iSchool students and a community of academically high-achieving women.

    In 2019, the retreat will be held on Sunday, October 6, and Monday, October 7.

    For more information, please visit the It Girls website at