Baruch College Campus High School Posts
Friday, February 14 from 1:00 – 3:00PM
Dear Baruch Families,
We are thrilled to announce that after submitting our proposal, we have been granted $10,000 by the Lemelson-MIT foundation! With these funds, we are designing a sustainable washing machine which will be made accessible to homeless students at P.S. 188 where over half the students are homeless. This
is a huge honor and an even bigger responsibility. We now have about 8 months to build, test, and fix our machine. We will present our invention at the EurekaFest in D.C. this June– it’s a big deal! We would love your support in any way possible, whether it’s through donations, your expertise, your connections, or helping us spread the word. As it stands, the grant we received should cover most of the cost of building, but we still need additional funds to cover the cost of sending team members to DC in June.
Below is the link to our GoFundMe page. A donation of any size would be greatly appreciated. If you would like to give your time or expertise, please contact our advisors at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
The PENCIL team is looking ahead to this summer’s Ladders for Leaders Internship Program (L4L). Ladders for Leaders provides NYC students with access to career readiness training and paid summer internship opportunities. The L4L application is now open and can be found https://application.nycsyep.com/. The application is due by 11:59 PM on January 24, 2020.
Higher Education Services Corporation has a calendar of college fairs throughout NYS. You can find one in NYC by visiting the website.
The Higher Education Services Corporation is New York State’s higher education student financial aid agency. There is a lot of information on college planning and financing beyond college fairs. More information at: https://www.hesc.ny.gov/
Applications are now open for the 2020 summer STEM programs.
The NYU Tandon Center for K12 STEM Education is seeking bright, motivated rising 9th to 12th grade students looking for engaging, hands-on science, technology and engineering experiences designed by highly respected NYU researchers.
For more information, go to https://engineering.nyu.edu/research-innovation/k12-stem-education/tandon-summer-programs
Dante Conley-Leonardi led the Blue Devils Bearcats to a convincing 79-40 victory over East Side Community at I.S. 96 – Seth Low (Brooklyn) Saturday afternoon in a PSAL Manhattan Class B Boys game.
Read more in Brooklyn Sports World:
This project is fully funded. Thank you to all who contributed!
CLICK HERE to donate!
Help fund the 11th and 12th grade AP English Language non-fiction book groups. Students will explore both the themes of our world as well as how authors construct arguments in non-fiction texts.
Our school is filled with inquisitive, hungry, and visionary minds; while different in personality, they share a common concern for the world around them, committed to reading and learning about how to make it better.
Ms. Ross’ book fund is until January 10th, 2020.
Our 2019 Open House tours have ended. Attending an open house is NOT a requirement. Watch this video of an open house information session with Principal Alicia Perez-Katz and Assistant Principal Douglas Keyzer.
Presentation slides can be viewed here.