Tips For Passing Exams From Harlem To Hollywood

Passing exams not only requires determination and hard work but also requires intentional preparation to guarantee optimum results. Continue Reading →

Why A Free MetroCard For Every Community College Student Is Key To An Equitable Recovery

A new Center for an Urban Future report urges the mayor and City Council to provide a free MetroCard and fully subsidized textbooks for all CUNY community college students. Continue Reading →

First Tech Fund Opens Applications For Two Free Tech Access Programs

First Tech Fund (FTF) today announced the open application period for two free technology access programs open to high school students from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Why Do Students Prefer To Learn At Home?

When it comes to learning, the internet has played a huge role in transforming students’ lives and offering them the opportunities they could not have imagined possible in their wildest of dreams. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announces Applications Are Open For The 2021 Summer Youth Employment Program

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that young people from Harlem to Hollis between the ages of 14 and 21 can apply through April 23 for the 2021 Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP). Continue Reading →

5 Reasons You Need To Use Budgeting Apps If You’re A Student

Spending consciousness helps you to manage your limited finances better. Continue Reading →

Harlem Congressional Member Espaillat And Others Host Service Academy Night 2020

Today, Thursday, October 1st, 2020 at 5 PM EST, Representatives from the offices of Harlem Congressional member Adriano Espaillat, will host Service Academy Night 2020. Continue Reading →

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