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The college campus will not be open for all College Now students in the summer 2022 semester, so we will be offering three courses as online synchronous courses. All courses will be taught through distance learning platforms (i.e. Blackboard, Zoom).
Students must complete an online application by May 13, 2022. Students will be notified via email at the end of May or beginning of June with information on summer course acceptance and virtual orientation date.
Classes meet virtually Monday – Thursday from 9:30 am – 12:00 pm.
Classes begin on Tuesday July 5 and final exams will be administered on Thursday August 4.
Eligibility Requirements:
1) Student must be a NYC Public HS student entering 11th or 12th grade in fall 2022.
2) Student must have an overall HS average of 80+ and 80+ average in English and 80+ average in Social Studies. (See additional requirements below for MAT 132: Introduction to Statistics).
Courses Offered
ENG 111: English Composition I (3 credits)- English composition course that focuses on paragraph and essay development, summary and critical response to short texts. Course fulfills general education requirement in English Composition at most colleges/universities.
MAT 132: Introduction to Statistics (4 credits)- Collection, plotting, and comparison of data sets, histograms, descriptive statistics, the frequency definition of probability, random experiments, random sampling, binomial and normal variables, confidence intervals. (Students must have 80 + HS average and 80+ Math average and if available a 70+ on CC Math Regents exam). Course fulfills general education requirement in Mathematics at most colleges/universities.
PHI 171: Introduction to Philosophy (3 credits) - This course will survey the main areas of philosophical thought and the major questions they raise. These include Epistemology (What can be known?), Metaphysics (What exists and how?), Philosophy of Religion (Does God exist?), and Ethics (What is the right way to live?). Course fulfills general education requirement in Humanities at most colleges/universities.
Students should use the link below to apply for summer 2022 courses. On-Line application will close on May 13, 2022. Students will be notified via email at the end of May or beginning of June on summer course acceptance and virtual orientation date. Students must confirm by email to secure their seat in the summer 2022 course. Students are reminded to check their email, including SPAM/JUNK folders, on a regular basis to confirm they receive communication from [email protected] for updates on registration material for summer 2022 courses.
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Introduction The Lehman College Now Summer Arts Academy will provide high school students with a unique opportunity to experience college---level studies in the Arts on the Lehman College campus.
Students will choose to study either 1) Dance (DNC 235) or 2) Theatre (THE 241). The courses will provide an interactive hands--- on learning experience as well as exposure to the arts and humanities.
Students will receive 4 college credits for successful completion of their academic work and will be involved in a production as part of the Summer Arts Festival on August 3 and August 4.
The program is FREE for eligible students and College Now covers the cost of tuition. Program Schedule The College Now Summer Arts Academy will meet on the Lehman College campus from Tuesday July 5 through Thursday August 4.
The classes will meet both in person and online, according to the following schedule:
Monday – Thursday (9:30 am – 12:30 pm, in person): DNC 235 or THE 241 on the Lehman College campus.
Monday – Thursday (3:00 pm – 4:30 pm, online): Students will meet online with their instructor. *Note: The first week classes will meet on Friday (July 8), since there is no class on Monday July 4. Students are expected to complete the full five---week program.
The program culminates with the presentation of students’ work at the Summer Arts Festival on Wednesday August 3 and Thursday August 4 at the Lovinger or Studio Theatre on the Lehman College campus.
1. Students must attend a New York City Public High School.
2. Students must be fully vaccinated and boosted (if eligible) for COVID 19. Morning classes are on campus and only persons who are fully vaccinated may enter the Lehman College campus.
3. Students must have an overall HS average of 80+ and an English average of 80+.
4. Students must be in good academic standing (not attending summer school).
5. No experience in Dance or Theatre is required as these are introductory courses.
Applications are Due May 13, 2022.  Use the link below to apply
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The CN STEM Summer Mentorship Program 2022 is a FREE advanced program/internship that matches professional mentors in a variety of STEM fields with HS students for five weeks to work in the mentor’s lab.
The collaboration with the Bronx River Alliance will provide students the opportunity to do research in environmental science with a hands-on component. The program will meet Mondays through Thursdays and combines virtual lectures and labs with the in-person hands-on experience where students travel to the Bronx River House site; see detailed information below.
Students will be enrolled in an online Environmental Science course as well as an in-person laboratory course for a total of 4 college credits.
Students must be committed to the program, attend all virtual course and in-person laboratory sessions, complete all assignments on time, follow all laboratory safety rules, protocols and guidelines, including COVID-related safety guidelines and measures, and conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times during the mentorship. In addition, students must be fully vaccinated (and boosted, if eligible) for Covid-19 by May 31, and will be required to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination.
PROGRAM DATES: Tuesday July 5 – Thursday August 4
SCHEDULE: Monday through Thursday 9:30am to 1:15pm (see details below):
• ENV 210 Environmental Science (remote learning): Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30am-1:15pm, AND
• ENV 211 Environmental Science Lab (in-person) at the Bronx River House: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30am – 1:15pm
***NOTE: Since Monday July 4th is an observed holiday, the program will meet on a Tuesday through Friday schedule during the first week (7/5 – 7/8/22).
ORIENTATION: Date To Be Announced
Ø Accepted students must attend a mandatory virtual Orientation the week of June 27th.
HOW TO APPLY Fill out the online application with the link below and attach a copy of the HS Transcript. Interested students who plan to be fully vaccinated (for Covid-19) by May 31st should apply asap; limited spaces available.
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This program is run on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please apply today!

You can still apply for Summer Youth jobs.  If you want to work this summer and you have not yet applied, please go to your cohort google classroom and fill out the most recently posted application.  There’s an application for older youths aged 16- 21, and one for younger youths, aged 14-15.   Make sure you select the correct one.
Enter the PIN # according to your age by July 5th, 2022 
14-15 years old: WPA213406
16-21 years old: WPA197871


Some of you who filled out DYCD applications directly online have already informed Ms. Page or Ms. Richards of that.  If there are others of you who applied that way, please let them know.  They will make sure your applications are expedited and, according to HANAC, the agency that they are working with,  you are guaranteed to get a job if HANAC handles your application. ​So, email Ms. Page or Ms. Richards if you applied to DYCD and were told you are in a lottery or if you did not hear back from them.
Once you submit an application, please begin collecting your required documents. Please see the attachments, make sure you are looking at the Required Document Checklist for your age group. 
**working papers are required for applicants 16 and up only** (if you do not currently have them, be sure to obtain them ASAP, your school will be able to assist you with this process).


Contact the following HANAC staff for any questions: 
Jessica Cabral Perez
Project Developer 
(347)886-6897 (preferred text)
[email protected]  
Ruth-Ann Gunter
Job Developer
[email protected]    
Dominick DiNapoli
 Administrative Assistant
(914) 984-3478
[email protected]


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