10/28 Event: College Fair & Career Day

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Back to School Events

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Emmanuel Baptist Church – 36 St. James Place Brooklyn, NY (718) 622-1107


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Announcement: W.E.B. Du Bois HS Wants to Build With You

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We are conducting interviews by appointment on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

To schedule an interview please contact us at (718) 773-7765, ext. 1142  or send an email to  sadams2@schools.nyc.gov.

After a recent visit to W.E.B. Du Bois High School Chancellor Farina wrote , “I was excited to see that your classrooms and hallways were so alive with energy and interaction; there is a clear love of learning that is embedded into the core of W. E. B. Dubois Academic High School Community, and it is a testament to the terrific work being done by you, your passionate teachers, and staff members.”

Our program benefits over-aged, under-credited students in many ways

  1. Students have the opportunity to accelerate credit accumulation through our online and blended courses.
  2. Students are given the right amount and right kind of support needed to succeed.
  3. Students form strong relationships with adults who provide valuable guidance.
  4. Students are encouraged to make their own decisions about the path their education will take.
  5. Students graduate prepared for success in college and/or career.
  6. Students are given a voice through participation in service learning and student council.

Students who are interested in pursuing a career in music production, video production, radio, or television are strongly encouraged to apply to W.E.B. Du Bois High school.

Our state-of-the-art music and television production studios are the perfect places to gain hands-on experience in these fields.

PLEASE NOTE: Students should be accompanied by Parents/Guardians.

Please bring the latest transcript, RISP, RISA RESI, Immunization,  proof of address and HDSP.

We are located in Central Brooklyn at 402 Eastern Parkway (@ Bedford Avenue)

We are easily accessible via the 2,3,4,5 to Franklin Avenue, the S train to Botanical Garden and the 48,49, 44 bus to Eastern Parkway.

July 2017 Events at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center

Summer Events happening for the month of July here at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center (585 Schenectady Avenue, between Winthrop Street & Rutland Road) Brooklyn, NY are as follows:

  • July 21st CPR Training and Certification, 11:00am-2:00pm, Lillian Minkin Ballroom
  • July 22nd Domestic Violence Education with Officers Parkinson and Schmitt of our own 1st Precinct Community Affairs 11:00am- 1:00pm, Lillian Minkin Ballroom
  • July 24-28th Stroke Screening Week, 11:00am- 2:00pm, Katz 4 Vascular Lab

For more information, call (718) 604-5062 or to RSVP, call (718) 604-5062.

5/24 Events: The College Experience at Bedford and Macon libraries

Kingsborough Community College presents the first in a series of FREE unique college experiences in partnership with the Brooklyn Public Library. Kingsborough will work with local Brooklyn Public Library branches (such as the Bedford Library and Macon Library) to bring THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE to you…right in your local, neighborhood public library. Join us for an evening of exciting mini lessons meant to inspire and engage your imagination and to whet your appetite for college. Courses will be taught by Kingsborough faculty. All teens (ages 14 and up) and adults of any age are welcome!

6/20 Webinar: Nursing Home Resident Rights

Enclosed are the fact sheets on the standards covered in our May program (Nursing Home Resident Rights: Safe living environment; Resident & family councils; Filing grievances)  and an invitation to the next webinar in June entitled Nursing Home Resident Rights:  Protections From Involuntary Transfer or Discharge.

LTCCC Factsheet Resident Complaints

LTCCC Factsheet Resident Family Councils

LTCCC Factsheet Safe Environment

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5/12 Event: Street Co-Naming in Honor of Dr. Derrick Griffith

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Join me this Friday, May 12th at 2PM, at the street co-naming ceremony to commemorate the legacy of Dr. Derrick Griffith on the two-year anniversary of his untimely death. Dr. Griffith, was one of the passengers in 2015 who was killed in the Amtrak train derailment in Pennsylvania.