The Caribbean American Center of New York (CACNY) is returning with its tutoring and exam training program next week. The orientation for the free initiative begins at the center’s office in Brooklyn Heights on Feb. 9, and classes will commence on Feb. 11.
The Youth Tutoring, Mentoring STEM, and Training Program offers high school aged students with an opportunity to receive guidance and advice from experts in these educational fields about. Along with mentorship, students learn preparative tips to employ for college application.
They will also get tutoring for test-taking for the Regents and Suite of Assessments (SAT) exams.
Students between 15 and 17 years old with a perfect attendance and class participation records, will be entered into a raffle on orientation day. Prizes will be given at the end of the program.
The program, which will end in mid-June, is designed to also provide students with information about scholarships, summer youth jobs, internships, financial aid, and international educational programs.
Youth Tutoring, Mentoring STEM, and Training Program at the Caribbean American Center of New York [195 Cadman Plaza W. at War Memorial Building in Brooklyn Heights, (718) 625-1515, www.cacny
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