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Michael Roberts shared his insights about planning for careers, why he sees courage as the most important attribute, and how to make your mark in the nonprofit world on Episode 34 of the “Career Stewardship with Michael Melcher” Podcast.
CYD is incredibly proud of the over 750 students from our three partner schools who prevailed through the pandemic shutdown and graduated on June 25, 2021. We are rooting for them as they begin their college careers, pursue job training, or enter the workforce.
As the school year comes to an end, CYD college and career advisors are there to help seniors finalize their plans for life after high school, whether that’s for college, job training, or employment. Our goal is for all graduates to leave with a workable, thoughtful postsecondary plan.
I came to CYD after I got my master’s degree in school counseling at Columbia. I did an intern year at a high school focusing on the college process. I loved it. From there, I found the position at CYD where I’ve been for three years. I’m a college counselor at the High School for Health Professions and Human Services (HPHS).
Comprehensive Youth Development celebrates the 693 graduates from Manhattan Comprehensive Night & Day High School, City-As-School High School, and The High School for Health Professions and Human Services! Students persisted in the face of a school shutdown, the anxiety of a global pandemic, and the launch of a new civil rights movement.
June is traditionally thought of as graduation month, but our two partner transfer schools hold multiple graduation ceremonies throughout the year. Three times a year at Manhattan Comprehensive Night & Day High School in January, June, and August, and four times a year at City-As-School, in January, June, August, and November.
CDI counselors work one-on-one with students to educate them about all their options, and also puts together information sessions for students and parents with speakers from the New York State Financial Aid, and host workshops and presentations all through January and February to boost financial aid awareness.
CDI couldn’t do the work we do without our extensive network of over 250 volunteers!
“Coyotes in New York?” exclaimed Valerie, a MCNDHS student, when Nick and Jess, two NYC Park Rangers showed the students a coyote pelt from Inwood Hill Park.
The Cooper Union Summer STEM Program is a six-week intensive that introduces students to the basics of electrical and mechanical engineering, and design.