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St. Francis Hospital - Pathway to Nursing Video
In lieu of their Spring in-person presentation, they have provided a short video to view. Please click here
Floral Park Music Center - Part-Time Job Opportunity
325 Jericho Turnpike, Floral Park, NY 11001
Part-time positions available for students (Junior – Seniors) interested in teaching music. The ideal candidates should have a background in one or more of the following:
Piano / Guitar / Violin / Drums.
To schedule an appointment leave a message or text us at: 516-437-2777
Smith College - Women of Distinction
It is a program for high school seniors that highlights the opportunities at Smith for African American, Latina, Asian American and Native American students.
When: October 16 - 17, 2021
Application goes live on May 1, 2021
For more information & to apply, click here
Deadline to apply: Friday, June 18, 2021
Plainedge Public Library Volunteer Opportunities
Community Service Craft - Reason2Smile Paper Bracelet
Monday - Friday, July 12 - 16, 2021
Pickup during library hours, Registration Required
Make a recycled paper bead bracelet to support a school in Kenya. Completed bracelets must be returned to the library by Monday, August 9, 2021 in order to receive 2 hours of Community Service.
Summer 2021 HS Volunteers
Young Adult Services needs HS students entering grades 10 & up as of September 2021 to volunteer this summer for 1/2 hour shifts:
Tuesday evenings from 6:00 - 8:00 pm and/or Monday & Wednesday mornings 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Registration forms available at the Adult Reference Desk.
Review Teen Database for Community Service
Review any Teen Database from our website & receive 1 hour of Community Service. Review up to 3 databases. Find review forms and more information under Teen Programs on our website.
Click here for more information
Stony Brook Young Investigators Review (SBYIR)
An undergraduate research journal from Stony Brook University. Our mission is to provide a platform for students interested in science and writing and make science accessible to the general public.

Here at SBYIR, we really wanted to provide a place for students to have the opportunity to experiment with science and communication. To make this happen, last year, we hosted a scientific writing competition exclusively for rising high school sophomores to seniors on Long Island.

We are excited to continue on and host our second annual scientific writing competition this year! Students do not need prior writing or research experience to enter, and they can choose one controversy from our four categories: biology, environmental science, psychology, and space research. They are to pick a controversy of their choice and write a 750-1000 word article on the topic to engage the public.
Who: Rising Sophomores - Seniors
How to apply: Click here
Deadline: July 15, 2021
NYIT Business Bootcamp for High School Students
New York Tech’s School of Management is offering a free, virtual bootcamp to prepare high school students for the business school experience. With college level workshops taught by our expert faculty, students will get critical training which they will be able to put on their resume as they seek entry to college and the business world.
  • Great resume builder.
  • Enhance your LinkedIn Profile.
  • Beef up your college application.
  • Win cash prizes with an Essay Writing Contest for each session.
    First Prize: $500
    10 Second Prizes of $100
The first bootcamp will run from April 7 to June 16, and is offered for free to all high school students interested in any major. Students may attend the workshops individually or attend all six workshops. The bootcamp will start again in July, September, and November 2021 and then again in 2022 for students who may have missed one or more workshops. Students who complete the entire bootcamp will receive a certificate of completion from New York Tech's School of Management. More Information
April 7: The ABC’s of Professional Competencies and Workplace Etiquette
April 21: The Art of Communicating for Success in an Organization
May 5: Leadership and Teambuilding Skillsets for the Manager of a Multi-Cultural Workforce
May 19: The Professional's Guide to Managing the Ever Colliding Business and Personal Worlds
June 2: Resolving Conflict in a Culturally Diverse Business Environment
June 16: Personal Marketing Plan Using Social Media and Digital Tools
When: 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Click here to Register

Volunteer Crowd: STEM Volunteer Internships for Students

Click here to learn about a variety of volunteer opportunities in the STEM area