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Thanks to the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation, which has just awarded a new $100,000 grant to address the critical needs of immigrant students at Manhattan Comprehensive Night & Day High School as they transition from school to college, career, or job.
The digital divide separating people with and without internet got a bit narrower last month, when Comprehensive Youth Development (CYD) began distributing hotspots and data plans to students who could not afford enough connectivity to fully engage in remote learning.
Join us on May 22nd for a night of fun and spelling to support college and career preparation for more than 4,000 young people next year. We are abuzz in preparation!
Noah Sorensen, class of 2018 at City-As-School, is now in his second semester at SUNY Delhi majoring in Residential Construction. In the Delhi program his time is split between the classroom and the job site where he’s learning how to build a house from the ground up.