To apply to become a contracted vendor with the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE), please contact the Division of Contracts and Purchasing.
21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC)The 21st CCLC program supports the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment and youth development opportunities for children, workshops for parents, and professional development for school staff during school and non-school hours. This federally-funded program provides children with a broad range of enriching activities that complement their regular academic programs, including tutoring, robotics, theater, science labs, fine arts, soccer, and dance. The program helps students meet state and local standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and math, and offers literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children. The New York City 21st CCLC Technical Assistance Resource Center (NYC 21st CCLC RC)The NYC 21st CCLC RC provides technical assistance, program monitoring and professional development to all New York City-based 21st CCLC grantees. Staffed by a director and two program coordinators, the NYC 21st CCLC RC develops a comprehensive technical assistance support plan that includes: monthly professional development sessions for site coordinators, grant managers, and CBO program directors; on-site technical assistance visits, coupled with site specific professional development (in partnership with the Children's Aid Society); site monitoring visits (on behalf of the New York State Education Department); access to attendance and data tracking software (in partnership with Cityspan Technologies); data merge support in completing the Annual Performance Report; and an ongoing development of a catalog of web-based resources on the 21st CCLC website. The NYC 21st CCLC RC is managed by David Dianora, Director and supported by two Program Managers, Laurie Crutcher and Jennifer Macaluso.
Advantage After SchoolAdvantage After School Programs are administered by the Office of Children and Family Services and are operated by a CBO in partnership with a school. The program is designed to support students and improve their social, emotional, and academic competencies.
For additional information about the Advantage After School Programs, please contact Serge St. Leger, Jr.
ArtsThe Office of Arts and Special Projects offer a number of opportunities for students to pursue their interests in music, dance, theatre or the visual arts, often working with community organizations throughout the City.Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL)PSAL is a high school athletic program that fosters teamwork, discipline, and sportsmanship.C.H.A.M.P.S. Middle School Sport and Fitness LeagueIn the C.H.A.M.P.S programs Students, regardless of athletic ability, engage in a wide variety of physical activities.
Summer STEM 2015Renewal Summer Learning Opportunities