student EVENTS & Workshops

College Fairs and Workshops

  • Mar. 3 & Apr. 28Register for the College and Career Life Readiness Institute for English Language Learners. Students will develop mindsets that foster resilience in the face of stress and receive support to develop a postsecondary plan. Contact Gilberto García, for more information.
  • Mar. 5Register for the SUNY Financial Aid workshop. Prospective students and families will learn about the types of financial aid, cost, and award process including the Excelsior Scholarship.
  • Mar. 7Register to learn about the SUNY campuses, academic programs, application and admissions process.
  • Mar. 14 Register to learn about SUNY’s health science programs. The workshop will provide students with an overview of health and wellness majors, followed by a summary of professional career paths, and degrees needed to pursue those careers.
  • Mar. 26Seniors register to attend the SUNY Financial Aid Information Session focusing on Financial Award Letters. This workshop will help you in understand your financial aid package and what types of assistance you have been offered.
  • Mar. 17Attend the 28th Annual Latino College Expo to learn about the college process, scholarships, and speak to college admission representatives.
  • Mar. 23Register for the UFT Bronx College Fair. Representatives from more than 100 colleges and universities will be providing information to students. Registration is required for school groups.
  • Apr. 22Register for the NACAC College Fair Javits to connect with hundreds of colleges and universities in one location.


  • Mar. 1 Apply for a $5,000 scholarships awarded to two outstanding high-school seniors who are interested in pursuing careers in technology. The scholarship is sponsored Blacks at Microsoft (BAM).
  • Mar. 1 TheDream.US is offering two scholarships for undocumented students. The National Scholarship is for high school and community college graduates.
  • Mar. 21Apply for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program, a selective 5-year pre-college scholarship for high-performing 7th-grade students with financial need.
  • April 1 Apply for the 11th annual Women in Technology Scholarship program. Scholarships are awarded to women pursuing a career in computer science, information technology (IT), management information systems, or another related field.

Summer and Internship Programs

  • Mar. 1Apply for the Caminos al Futuro program. This fully-funded summer scholarship program engages rising seniors from U.S. high schools in a residential and academic development program at the George Washington University from July 1-20. It seeks to cultivate leadership potential in students who desire to shape issues impacting Latinx communities.
  • Mar. 16Apply for Summer Youth Employment Program. Participants can work in Healthcare, Media, Education and many more fields for up to six weeks in July and August.
  • Mar. 16Apply for the NYC DOE Training Opportunities Program (TOP). This program is designed to support students with IEPs to gain work-based learning experiences. The role and responsibilities of Transition Team Leaders (TTLs) and other designated staff are outlined in the Step-By-Step Guide for TOP Liaisons. For questions about TOP, email
  • Mar. 18Apply for a the Saltz Internship Program. Participants will learn how to use technology and equipment to guide visitors in investigations of artifacts, specimens, and the laws of physics at the American Museum of Natural History.
  • Mar. 20Apply for the Sonia & Celina Sotomayor Judicial Internship Program (SCS JIP). Open to rising high school seniors interested in pursuing careers in law.
  • Mar. 30Apply for the NYUSPS Aspire Program, a two-year college prep and mentoring program that focuses on career exploration, college preparation, and leadership skills for rising high school juniors. Students receive full scholarships that cover one-week of residential experience in an NYU dorm, tuition, meals, and monthly workshops during the school year.
  • Apr. 1Apply for the Exploring Entrepreneurship program at Fordham University. Open to rising high school juniors and seniors interested in business. A limited number of need-based discounts are available and can be requested on the application.
  • Apr. 1Apply for the Finance Institute at Fordham University. A new program for high school students interested in learning about finance and business. A limited number of need-based discounts are available and can be requested on the application.
  • Apr. 30 Apply for the $8,000 college scholarship and internship program open to students interested in majoring in Engineering, Sustainability, Construction Management, or Architecture when they get to college.