ADL (Anti-Defamation League): An organization that aims to secure justices and fair treatment to all.
Arab American Association of NY: An organization that supports the Arab Immigrant and Arab American community.
Atlas DIY: A nonprofit that provides legal services, leadership development, and learning opportunities in a space run by the youth.
Bike NYC: A nonprofit that promotes cycling as a practical, sustainable, and healthy means of transportation & recreation.
Bottom Line: An organization that guides students through the college application process and throughout college as well.
CARA (College Access Research & Action): Confront the gap in post-secondary guidance faced by first generation college students.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton: A law firm that supports our students with SAT prep, financial aid, and after school programs.
CUNY College Now: CUNY’s collaborative program, with NYC public schools, that offers college level classes to high school students.
Educational Video Center: A nonprofit youth media organization that teaches documentary video as a means for social change.
Global Kids: A nonprofit that that helps youth examine global issues and become leaders who create change in their communities.
Harlem Children’s Zone: A nonprofit organization committed to ending generational poverty in Central Harlem.
Henry Street Settlement: An agency that provides social services, arts programs, and health care services to New Yorkers of all ages.
Housing Works: A nonprofit that provides housing, medical, prevention, support services for those living in New York.
Institute for Family Health: Institute that provides high-quality affordable health care to medically underserved communities.
Josephine Herrick Project: A nonprofit that educates students on the communicative power of photography.
Local Elementary Schools: 11th grade students intern at the Earth School, PS20, and PS145.
Local Hospitals: 11th grade students intern at Kings County Hospital, Woodhull Hospital, NY Eye & Ear Infirmary, Spear PT NY.
Let’s Get Ready: Provides low-income high school students with free SAT prep, admissions guidance, and support needed for college.
MASA (Mexican American Students’ Alliance): Partners with Mexican & Latino youth & families to develop strong learners & leaders.
NY Legal Association Group: A nonprofit that does legal representation for housing and consumer protection.
PowerPlay: An organization dedicated to inspiring and educating girls through sports and academic enrichment programs.
Possibility Project: A nonprofit that brings together teens in diverse groups to transform negative forces in their lives into positive action.
Sadie Nash Leadership Project: An activism program to empower young women.
Student Opportunities, External Resources, jobs, etc.
NYC Youth Connect
Saturday Academy – Peer Mentoring
- At International High School at Union Square, students are not only challenged but also provided many opportunities to improve themselves academically. A great example for this is our Saturday School’s Peer Mentoring Program which will start again this week. Our Peer Mentoring Program is offered to students who look for more challenge, more practice, extra help or catch up time. It is also offered to students who do well in our school and are ready and willing to help out other students by “adopting”, becoming Peer Mentors and helping them with their work. In order to successfully implement this great opportunity, students are expected to follow regular school rules and attend regularly. We will provide your son / daughter with a metro card for Saturday School. We are also providing our students with a breakfast and lunch. Location: 40 Irving Place. Washington Irving Library, 1st floor. Time: 9 am – 1 pm.