Six Public Colleges Selected Will Utilize City Funding to Create and Shape New Green Energy Curriculum Programs to Provide Needed Certification for New Green Jobs and Provide Students with Research Opportunities in Emerging Fields Majority of Funding Devoted to Programs Specifically Around the Offshore Wind Industry; Building off the City’sContinue Reading

Bloomingdale School of Music offers a diverse set of learning options for the Fall 2022 “Back to School” season, including in-person and virtual private music lessons, youth group classes, music ensembles, and early childhood classes. Bloomingdale classes aim to educate students while instilling a sense of fun and passion for self-expressionContinue Reading

Photo: Jonathan Blanc/NYPL From September 15 to October 31, the Library will offer unlimited copies of Toni Morrison’s novels Beloved and The Bluest Eye, giveaways of frequently challenged books, and public programming to support open access to knowledge, information, and diverse perspectives. The New York Public Library continues to takeContinue Reading

Photo by Tyler Goodell on Unsplash Led by Scholars from Nearly A Dozen Countries  Free Courses in Prospect Park from September 8 – 18 Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), in partnership with Prospect Park Alliance (PPA), announced the return of immigrant-taught University Open Air, a pop-up university taking place September 8 through September 18 atContinue Reading

Photo by Patrick Robert Doyle on Unsplash From September 15 through October 15, The New York Public Library is commemorating Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month with online and in-person events, multilingual storytimes, educational tools, archive explorations, and reading recommendations to explore the richness of Latinx and Hispanic culture, literature, history, andContinue Reading

We Outside September 9 – 11th, 2022 4th Annual Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival, We Outside! Gathers major Caribbean storytellers in Little Caribbean, Brooklyn NY from Sept 9-11, 2022  The Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival is pleased to have legendary literary talent the likes of Adrian Augier, Urayoan Noel, Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa andContinue Reading

Governor Kathy Hochul meets with Long Island emergency management officials to address readiness posture and remind New Yorkers to stay prepared during peak hurricane season (Don Pollard – Office of Governor Kathy Hochul) Program led by Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services and New York National Guard Paused inContinue Reading

DDC’s summer interns at the 2022 Closing Ceremony The NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC) last week held a closing ceremony for 15 high school and 50 undergraduate and graduate students to mark the completion of their paid six-week summer internships at the City’s leading capital construction agency. InternsContinue Reading