CUNY’s Harlem Health Initiative
is offering free science-based, culturally competent, linguistically sensitive vaccine education materials (like flyers or pamphlets) to community-based organizations, community boards, and community leaders across the city as part of the CONVINCE USA
vaccine literacy campaign.
For materials, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
, who can also add your organization's logo to them.
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
Mayor Bill de Blasio
today announced the Human Services Career Advancement Scholarship.Continue reading
Are you a Harlem
-based company looking for an internship during the summer of 2021?
Mayor de Blasio
and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza
today announced the expansion of the College Bridge Program
New York elected officials and three of CUNYs Latin@s Studies institutes announce the second annual Summit on Latinos to be held on June 1st, 2018.
The future of life-science activities in West Harlem has never been brighter and will only get better. Continue reading
This brief represents part one of a two-part study the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute is undertaking on the state of affordable housing in the Washington Heights/Inwood sector of New York City, historically a predominantly Dominican neighborhood.Continue reading
State Senator Marisol Alcántara
, together with Seny Taveras
, Executive Director of CUNY in the Heights, held a College Resource Fair featuring close to 30 universities and more than 20 education professionals to help local youth apply for college today. Continue reading
The state inspector general is ramping up her probe of the City University of New York
to include hiring and spending practices at its two-year community colleges, The Post has learned.Continue reading
The City University of New York has asked for a state investigation following the departure of the president of City College once known as “the poor man’s Harvard” in Harlem, New York.Continue reading
Applying to college just got cheaper for some of the city’s poorest families.
Mayor de Blasio and CUNY officials announced Monday that the $65 application fee currently required by the city’s public colleges will now be waived for low-income public school kids.Continue reading
Though it may look like the rest of Central Park, the landscape along the Park’s perimeter from West 82nd to West 85th Streets holds some of Central Park’s most important history.Continue reading
Need/looking for a Job? Need help with making a resume? Employers with job openings will be onsite, as well as resources to prepare you for job interview/resume skills.