Strategies for College Success Program
Dates: July 8 – August 1, 2019, Time: 9 am-2 pm
SD 10—Introduction to College Planning (1 college credit)
SD 11—Career and Life Planning (1 college credit)
SD 12 – Strategies for College Success (1 college credit)
(3 college credits, 3 lecture hours, 6 hours volunteer work,
6 workshop hours, 6 hours physical education, 2 Field Trips)
(36hrs classroom instruction, 18hrs various activities, 2
10: This course helps students realistically assess their academic and career
options upon graduating from high school. Topics include applying and adjusting
to college, selecting a major, study habits, time management and financial
SD 11: Through self-assessment inventories, job-seeking techniques
and labor-market research, students explore careers in relation to their
abilities, interests and choice of college.
SD 12: This course helps students
learn how to assess their personal academic strengths and weaknesses, and to
examine internal and external barriers to academic success, as well as general
Sophomores and Juniors are welcome!
program is a unique opportunity for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors
to participate in the three one credit course to prepare them for success when
entering college. The dates and times are listed above and additional
activities are included in the program.
you would like to be considered to teach during the summer 2019 semester at
Kingsborough Community College, please contact Erika Delacruz at firstname.lastname@example.org or at
Funded by Con Edison and National Grid grants, please be aware that a teaching opportunity is available on Saturdays at Kingsborough Community College for science instructors knowledgeable in STEM topics.
The workshop topics may include but are not limited to:
X-Ray Imaging and Analysis
Hydrogen Fuel Cells
The workshops will start on March 16, 2019 – June 8, 2019 from 10:30 a.m. – 1:45 p.m. (excluding spring break Saturdays.)
The instructor would work via the Continuing Education Department at Kingsborough Community College.
Hourly rate is determined in collaboration with the Office of Collaborative Programs and Continuing Education Departments.
We are looking to fill this position promptly and encourage you to reach out to Erika Delacruz quickly at (718) 368-5340, if interested. Feel free to share with colleagues who may be interested, as well.