March 22-25 Event: 14th National Black Writers Conference

Download the full-size flyer for the 14th National Black Writers Conference!

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3/20 Event: CEC13 & CEC15 for a Meeting on State Testing

state.PNGPlease join Community Education Councils 13 and 15 for a meeting to discuss State Testing. The meeting will include a discussion of the history behind the standardized test, why they remain a part of the elementary school process, and how the data from the tests are used. There will also be a discussion on the alternatives to the test.

3/20 Event: Middle School Open House in Bedford-Stuyvesant

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4/6 deadline: Black History Month Scholarship 2018

PAB Pharmacy, Creating Legacies & Pia Raymond NYC present Black History Month Scholarship 2018
Awarded to a high school senior or a student currently enrolled in an institution of higher learning who demonstrates purpose, prowess and persistence in the face of adversity.

Student must be:
• A resident of New York City
• At least 16 years old and not more than 23 years old
• High school senior or enrolled in an institution of higher learning

Student must:
• Submit a completed application
• Submit copies of his/her 2 most recent report cards
• Submit Typewritten, double-spaced, 500-word essay

• 1st Prize – $500
• 2nd Prize – $400
• 3rd Prize – $300

Submission must be received by, Friday, April 6, 2018 at 11:59pm

Download the application!


2/27 Event: Community Education Council 17 Meeting



5/12 Event: Medgar Evers College 5K Run/Walk


Medgar Evers College is proud to present its Second Annual 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, May 12, 2018. Proceeds from the race will support student scholarships, faculty/student research, academic programs and innovation at the College through the Medgar Evers College Educational Foundation, Inc.

For more information, visit their EventBrite page.


4/30 deadline: PowerPlay NYC’s SuperSTARS Leadership Academy