LEARN-TO-WORK PROGRAM

Learn-To-Work (LTW) is an in-depth student support, job-readiness, and career exploration component of some Transfer Schools.

Learn-To-Work helps students:

  • Develop the skills to graduate high school and find employment

  • Expand their knowledge of career and college options

  • Plan for meaningful experiences after high school

  • Secure paid internships

Students who enroll in a Transfer School with a LTW component can participate in LTW program activities, including:

  • Academic Support

  • Academic tutoring

  • Regents preparation assistance Counseling

  • Individual counseling

  • Group workshops

  • Support for conflict resolution

  • Help achieving personal goals College Preparation

  • College workshops

  • College fairs

  • Visits to colleges and universities

  • Assistance with applications and financial aid forms Job and Career Development

  • In-depth job-readiness and career exploration workshops

  • Resumé development and writing

  • Paid internships

  • Assistance finding a job

An internship is a supervised placement of a student in a business, industry, a social or governmental agency, or other work setting for a semester or summer.  It is an opportunity to learn about an industry while gaining invaluable experience.

What are the requirements for an internship?

  • Photo ID (Not Expired)

  • Birth Certificate OR Social Security Card (Social Security Card Must Be Signed)

  • Resume

  • Three Letters of Recommendation 

  • Working Permit (If Under The Age of 18)

 

Please see the Learning to Work Coordinator in room B14 for further information.

Learn-To-Work Supervisor

Ricardo Almonte

Office: B14

Phone: 718-665-8512 ext. 5145

 

 

Internship Documents

Payroll Timesheet Submission and Payroll Issue Dates

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