Our Programs

The four programs that we offer are the following:

  1. STEP
    • INFORMATION ON THE STEP PROGRAM

      STEP provides academic enrichment in science and mathematics content areas. Projects consist of academic year and summer components including:

      • Core subject instruction/Regents exam preparation
      • Supervised practical training
      • Supervised research training
      • College admissions counseling
      • Standardized tests preparation
      • Career awareness/development activities

      In order to qualify for the summer program you must meet the following eligibility requirements:

      • ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT: 
        • Have an 85 and above average in all classes
      • ETHNICITY: 
        • African-American
        • Hispanic/Latino
        • American Indian
        • Alaskan native
      • INCOME: 
        • Economically disadvantaged
      • Educational Status: 
        • 2 recommendation letters (Math and Science teachers)
        • A recent copy of your report card
  2. CSTEP
    • INFORMATION ON C-STEP PROGRAM

      • CSTEP provides academic enrichment and research experience in STEM content areas.
      • Projects consist of academic year and summer components including:
        • Supervised training in research methods
        • Graduate/professional school admissions preparation
        • Standardized tests preparation
        • Academic and career development activities

      CSTEP ELIGIBILITY

      In order to be considered and accepted into the CSTEP program, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:

      • ETHNICITY: 
        • African-American
        • Hispanic/Latino
        • American Indian
        • Alaskan native
      • STATUS: 
        • New York State Resident (12 months in NYS) or Citizen
      • INCOME: 
        • Low income students (determined by the financial aid office)
      • Educational Status: 
        • Full-time with a GPA of 2.5 (transcript required)
        • Must be interested in the STEM disciplines
      • What CSTEP Expects:
        • Meet with your mentor at least twice a month
        • Actively participate in the planned seminars and activities
        • Conduct Research/internship if qualified
  3. After-School Universe
    • Afterschool Universe is an out-of-school-time astronomy program targeted at middle school students. It explores astronomy concepts through engaging hands-on activities and takes participants on a journey through the Universe beyond the solar system. This program is available at Hostos Community College. For more information click here.
  4. Clemente
    • Bard College Harlem Clemente Course in the Humanities at The Children’s Village engages adult students in challenging economic circumstances who have not had access to higher education with the humanities. The course has two major goals:
      1. To enrich the lives of its students, thereby preparing them for fuller participation in the economic and political life of our society.
      2. To reintroduce adult students to education in a supportive, seminar-based environment, thereby serving as a bridge to enrollment in all forms of higher education for low-income residents of poor communities for whom higher education would not normally be an option.
    • For more information, click here.

 

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