Dancewave’s Dancing Through College & Beyond (DTCB) is unique, exciting, and FREE annual event for high school students to explore college dance programs nationwide and meet one on one with college dance educators, alumni, and students. Dancing Through College & Beyond (DTCB) is a one of a kind nationwide event, serving
Make art. Make friends. Explore New York City’s contemporary art world. Meet artists, curators, and art workers. Exhibit your work in a professional gallery space. Applications due September 28th. The CUE Teen Collective is a free, after school program designed for NYC high school students interested in art careers. Participants
An It Girl is a girl that wants to: Solve problems! Learn about information technologies Try something new Be challenged Become a leader Develop new skills Try out a college experience Inspire others What happens at It Girls? You get to take a college class taught by a Syracuse University
The Fat Afro Latin Jazz Cats is the pre-professional big-band youth orchestra of the non-profit Afro Latin Jazz Alliance, a training musical organization to prepare youngsters for the field of music and jazz. Founded in 2010 in the New York city area, this youth-based big band orchestra includes some of the city’s finest young musicians who hail from all
Now seeking applicants! Who is eligible? New York City High School Students who qualify as low income (i.e. free/reduced lunch recipients). What is the program? A free, year-long theater/acting program. Program meets after school and week-ends in midtown Manhattan. This is a one-year program with a second year by invitation.
The New York City Department of Education is announcing walk-in auditions to fill vacancies for the All-City High School Chorus, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Marching Band and Orchestra. Rehearsals will be held for accepted students on Saturday mornings, beginning September 16, 2017, and they will continue throughout the 2017-2018 school
Sep 30, 2017 @ Medgar Evers College, 10am-3pm Note: This is NOT a TU-sponsored college campus visit. The Black College Expo™ is an event the highlights over 50 of the 104 historically black colleges and universities, along with other higher learning institutions and educational services. It was developed 18 years
The contest starts October 1st . Entries will be accepted through December 15th . The winning slogans will be displayed on a banner installed at your local LIRR Station. The winner of the high school essay contest will have an opportunity to work with the LIRR to create a public service announcement. In addition, LIRR representatives
The Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy is the flagship education program of New York’s award-winning Amas Musical Theatre, a non-profit performing arts organization celebrating diversity, and bringing communities of all backgrounds and colors together through the development and production of new musicals and the education and training of young people.
Visit 30+ music conservatories and preparatory programs on September 24, 2017. Note: This is NOT a TU-sponsored college campus visit. From John Huling, Director of Admissions, Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University Please join us for the Peabody Conservatory’s first college fair on Sunday, September 24th, 2017. As the