Harlem Youth Opportunities Unlimited Directed By Neil’s Father, Cyril deGrasse Tyson

Harlem Youth Opportunities Unlimited, more commonly called HARYOU, was an American social activism organization founded by psychologists Kenneth Clark and Mamie Phipps Clark in 1962. Continue Reading →

Impact Of Technology On The Youth From Harlem To Harare

The involution of technology has taken over in many daily activities. While you may be grateful that you don’t have to walk or commute to the bank to pay your bills or to the mall for shopping, you may have to worry about your little ones. Continue Reading →

NYC Comptroller Office Summer Internship Program 2019

The New York City Comptroller is an independently elected official who serves as the Chief Financial Officer of the City of New York. Continue Reading →

Hey Kids, Large And Small, Join The Annual KidCinemaFest Film Festival In Harlem

KidCinemaFest opens on October the 19th, 7 pm and closes on 26th, 2018, with the film Revolting Rhymes by Jane Lachauer & Jakob Schuh from the United Kingdom. Continue Reading →

Swing Into The Summer Caddie Academy Program

For a special group of high school students, summertime now means a chance at a better life and potentially a free college education. Continue Reading →

City To Invest $3 M Per Year In Services To Reduce The Number Of Teens In City Custody

Mayor de Blasio announced a $3 million annual investment to provide an array of services to young people that will help safely drive down the number of teenagers in city custody and advance the City’s commitment to provide young people in trouble with high quality programming that addresses underlying issues in their lives. Continue Reading →

de Blasio Calls On Local Employers To Hire NYC Interns This Summer Through Ads

The Office of Strategic Partnerships marked the beginning of the 2018 summer intern hiring season by launching a campaign that encourages New York City employers to provide internships to young New Yorkers. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Rep. Adriano Espaillat Host Summer Youth Employment Round Table

Today, Congressman Adriano Espaillat and Congressman Bobby Scott, Ranking Member of the Committee on Education and the Workforce, hosted a roundtable discussion. Continue Reading →

Harlem Nonprofit Partners With Cornell University To Help Close Unemployment Gap

The nonprofit STRIVE New York has broadened its impact on urban youth unemployment by partnering with eCornell and local city organizations to launch Serve UP Harlem, an initiative to prepare 18- to 24-year-olds for career paths in food service and hospitality. Continue Reading →

Youngsters Explore “Music From Around The World” At PAL’s Summer Day Camps

This summer, Police Athletic League (PAL) children who are participating in Summer Day Camps in Manhattan will explore the theme “Music from Around the World.” Continue Reading →