Penguin Random House is offering $22,500 in scholarships for High School Seniors at all NYC Public High Schools to submit written and drawn graphic novel stories.
The deadline to submit stories for review is extended to March 28, 2016 and is an excellent opportunity to encourage students that have artistic talent to be published and earn money toward college!
FREE “Graphic Novels Now!” workshops are available to teachers and students at their schools from now through Monday, March 21, 2016. They only need to complete the Workshop Form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
GenCyber CS4CS Summer 2016 Deadline: 04/27
The GenCyber CS4CS Cyber Security summer program for girls at NYU Tandon School of Engineering is helping to close the gender gap in STEM. Introduction to female industry role models and hands-on learning in programming, virtuous hacking, and digital forensics will expose participants to new educational and career paths.
NYU Tandon School of Engineering is proud to announce a free, three-week program: GenCyber Computer Science for Cyber Security (CS4CS) Summer Program for High School Women. The full-day program, GenCyber CS4CS is one of several national summer programs supported by the National Science Foundation and National Security Agency providing an introduction on the fundamentals of cyber security and computer science. No background or experience in cyber security or computer programming is needed in order to apply. We are looking for young women currently in high school, living in the NYC area, who can commute daily to our downtown Brooklyn campus. NYU’s Information Systems and Internet Security Lab is a national leader in cyber security research and education. With mentorship by women, GenCyber CS4CS provides a unique opportunity for high school women to be introduced to concepts and career opportunities in the exciting field of Cyber Security.
Applications are due by April 27th, 2016, 5PM.
Program Dates: Weekdays, Tuesday, July 5th through Friday, July 22nd.
Time: 9AM to approximately 3 or 4 PM, depending on the day’s activities.
For program details and application instructions, please go to http://engineering.nyu.edu/k12stem/cs4cs/ Questions? Email: email@example.com
AHRC New York City Deadline: 04/15
Do you have a brother or sister with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities (I/DD)? Do you know of a brother or sister of a person with I/DD who is in school studying an area related to I/DD? If so, you or they may be eligible for the nineteenth annual Helen and Jack Gorelick Sibling Scholarship! To access the application, click on the link below:
Applications are due April 15, 2016. Final applicants will then be interviewed in April or May, and the award will be given at the AHRC Annual Meeting on June 6, 2016 in New York City!
If you have any questions, you can call AHRC’s main line at 212-780-2500 and ask to speak with Jesse Backe.