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Art Courses by Cooper Union for High Schoolers (Saturday Program)

 
cooper.edu/academics/outreach-and-pre-college/saturday-program
(212) 353-4108
saturdayprogram@cooper.edu

 
The Cooper Union’s Saturday Program offers eight free studio art courses of 2 semesters in length. All classes meet remotely for a few hours on Saturdays and one hour of office hours with their instructor during the week. For high school seniors, the two-semester Senior Studios provide support to successfully compete for admissions to art and architecture colleges.
 
Eligibility
Students from 9th to 12th grade. No prior experience is required.
 
Courses
Architecture, Digital Media, Drawing, Graphic Design, Painting, Sculpture, Senior Studio: Visual Art (12th grade only), and Senior Studio: Design (12th grade only).
 
How to Apply
An online application must be submitted to be considered for the program by January 21st, 2021. Applications received after this date will be placed on a waitlist.
 
Updated on May 19, 2021
 


NYC Parks: Youth and Teen Media Education Programs

 
nyc-parksnycgovparks.org/programs/media/teens
(212) 360-2791
media.ed@parks.nyc.gov

 
Teens have the chance to develop their computational interests or learn valuable lifelong skills for a developing career. NYC Parks offers programs for many young New Yorkers.
 
Programs
Click on the programs below to find out about locations, registration, schedules, and programming.
RecYouth Teen Digital Media
Garden Kitchen Lab
TechOpps Media Certification
 
If you would like to find more information about youth and teen programs, or discuss programs for your child, please email media.ed@parks.nyc.gov or call (212) 360-2791.
 
Updated on May 17, 2021
 


NYC Parks: Youth Sports Programs & Instructional Clinics

 
nyc-parksnycgovparks.org/programs/recreation/youth-sports | cityparksfoundation.org/play
311 | City Parks Foundation phone (212) 360-1399 | email sports@cityparksfoundation.org
 
Eligibility
— Children under 18 residing in New York City
— Recreation Centers memberships are free for children under 18
— NYC Parks sports events are free to the public
 
Services
— Check with your local recreation center or the CityParks Foundation for more details about registration, schedules, programming and locations
— Find a variety of training activities in the box below
 

Basketball Baseball Cycling
Flag Football Golf Soccer
Street Hockey Tennis Track

 
How to Apply
~ Recreation Centers
— Download a Recreation Center Membership Registration Form and fill it out
— Bring your application to nearest center; locate one at nycgovparks.org/facilities/recreationcenters
**Valid ID and proof of vaccination required
 
~ CityParks Foundation
— Go to cityparksfoundation.org/play and choose a sport program
— Check group age and schedules
— Sign up for classes
 
~ NYC Parks Events
— Go to nycgovparks.org/events
— Apply filters for types of program. For example you can check off “Fitness” and “Sports” in the list on the right
— On the left side see the results. Check if a recreation center membership is required
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Learn more at nycgovparks.org/programs/recreation/youth-sports.
 
Updated on May 17, 2021


Cyclopedia

 
 Website | Contact form
 
Cyclopedia is a bicycling program led by pediatricians and public health professionals that combines physical activity with collaborative online documentation for the purpose of empowering urban adolescents to become engaged and healthy members of their communities.
 
Each ride has an explicitly local theme pertaining to the neighborhoods our riders live in.
 

Cyclopedia es un programa de educación sobre ruedas en bicicleta liderado por pediatras y profesionales de salud pública, que combinan la actividad física con documentación en línea con el propósito de empoderar adolescentes de las áreas urbanas para últimamente que se conviertan en miembros saludables y comprometidos con su comunidad.<



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