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Deputy Director, K-16 Initiatives

Chemistry Regents Instructor Needed in Bronx, New York

We are seeking a HS Chemistry teacher to do Chemistry Regents Prep for a group of our students that are taking a college credit Chemistry course in our summer program and would like to retake the Chemistry Regents exam on Thursday August 16. The Chemistry Regents prep would take place on the Lehman College campus from Monday August 13 – Wednesday August 15 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm (15 hrs). We would pay the instructor as a Non-Teaching Adjunct (42.95/hr). Please let me know if you have anyone who is interested and they can send me an email and resume. 

David Gantz l Director l Adjunct Lecturer

Lehman College, CUNY| College Now

Department of Philosophy

Phone: 718-960-6792 l DAVID.GANTZ@LEHMAN.CUNY.EDU

College Now Program Coordinator in Brooklyn, New York

Help your students travel to India for free!
Hello NYC Teachers!

The application for the 2018 Kids N Culture program to India is now open! Kids N Culture is a program that provides equal access for students to engage with, learn from, and advocate for other cultures. Through group discussion, academic lecture, and fully-subsidized travel tours abroad, Kids N Culture has transformed hundreds of New York City students. We are currently accepting applications for our 2018 program and would like to let your students know before the summer break!  Kids N Culture will be traveling India this year, and we invite 10th-12th grade students in the tri-state area to apply.

You can access the application directly at, and can download printable posters for your classroom by clicking here. Full details about the program can also be found on our website, but below you can find a brief overview. Feel free to forward this email to colleagues, students, and/or families in your school community.

What is Kids N Culture: Kids N Culture provides equal access for students to engage with, learn from, and advocate for cultures outside of their own. Our students participate in an after school program focused on exploring their own culture and how to productively engage with, learn from and advocate for cultures outside of their own. The program culminates in a fully paid tour abroad where students get the opportunity to immerse themselves in a new culture first hand and bring their experiences back to their own communities.

Who can apply: Students who are enrolled in 10th - 12th grade during the 2018-2019 school year, and are located in tri-state area. Students will need to attend curriculum meetings, primarily held in Manhattan in the evenings leading up to our tour.

When is the application due: Applications must be postmarked no later than September 24th, 2018.

What is the cost: The program is competitive because the local field trips, curriculum, and international tour come at no cost for our students. Student’s are responsible for any relevant visa costs and their personal spending money on the trip, but we provide students fundraising resources to give them the means to easily do so.

Why do we exist: Now, more than ever, it’s important for students to share experiences with those who come from varied backgrounds. We believe that empathy is learned, and that all students should have the opportunity to interact with peers from all walks of life, both local and abroad.

You can email us at with any questions. We appreciate your help in reaching all students, and encourage you to share with those who have yet to participate in similar programs, or have had the opportunity to truly explore outside of their own community. 

Baruch College Now is searching for a Summer Instructor to teach FIN 1601 Personal Finance.

Below is the Schedule:

FIN 1601-Personal Finance

July 9 to August 15, 2018

9:00am to 11:00am

Monday to Thursday


-          M.A.: $71.59/HR

-          PhD: $81.20/HR

Please pass along to your colleagues. The course description is below.

FIN 1601 Personal Finance

3.0 Hours; 3.0 Credits

Discusses the problems involved in efficient handling of personal finance and consumption expenditure, including consumer protection, taxation, insurance, home financing, and methods of borrowing and investing money.

Not acceptable as elective for major for Finance or Economics majors. Acceptable as a non-business elective for all BBA majors.

Prerequisite: None


Maziely Crisostomo

Director of College Now and Collaborative Programs, Baruch College


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