The Office of Postsecondary Readiness industry partner and the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association (GNYADA), are grateful for the continued commitment to CTE auto tech programs. On December 16th, 2015 marked the 10th anniversary of GYNADA’s education arm of the Center for Automotive Education & Training. As part of the celebration and in testament to its continued commitment to working closely with CTE programs, GYNADA honored our students and CTE programs with a donation of ten engines ($45,000) from General motors to NAF Academy Alfred E. Smith High School.
The Common Application: is comprised of a rich and diverse membership – colleges that are public, private, large, small, secular, and religious. The Common Application simplifies the process by collecting the information needed to apply to college all in one place, thus preventing repetition of similar detail requests in applying. It also enables students to stay on top of deadlines and manage school-specific tasks – without leaving the system.
For more information about the application itself, visit the How To Apply page.
College Readiness Seminars for DOE staff
Guide: Supporting Undocumented Youth: Many educators, counselors, and school leaders have expressed interest in learning how to better support all children so that they can achieve educational and economic success – regardless of actual or perceived immigration status. Informed by research and promising practices, the U.S. Department of Education (Department) has compiled this Resource Guide to assist and enhance State and local efforts to support undocumented youth at the secondary and postsecondary school levels.
A film to inspire girls everywhere to pursue a career in programming, empowering them with the knowledge that girls just like them from all over the globe are learning to code and developing applications that improve the world in which they live. ARRANGE A SCREENING OF CODEGIRL
Friday, February 12, 2016