Socially Distanced, not Emotionally Distanced
I am very proud of the way our staff is working closely with our schools and one another, and has come together with creativity and compassion to adapt and adjust our services. We continue to prepare graduating students for life after high school. The college and career teams are busy helping students, and during this time, good things are still happening!
Alumni Give Back: How to Succeed in the Real World
Six MCNDHS/CDI alumni came back to school last month to speak with current students. They gave pointers on college, covering everything from choosing the right professors to time management. The 2020 graduating class had lots of questions: “What do you wish you’d known before starting college?” “What is the biggest adjustment you’ve had to make?”
A Roadmap to Paying for College
Financial literacy is a huge priority for students and their families when they’re trying to figure out how to pay for college. CDI counselors work one-on-one with students to educate them about all their options, put together information sessions for students and parents, and host workshops and presentations to boost financial aid awareness.
Happy New Year From our Family to Yours!
In Partnership with Manhattan Comprehensive Night & Day High School, The High School for Health Professions and Human Services, City-As-School, and The Career Academy at BMC.
Our Students Give Thanks
As we enter the season of giving, I want to thank all of you who support the work we do each day to help young people develop a path for success. We appreciate all your kindness and send our gratitude to you.
October Comes Bearing College and Career Opportunities
CDI is ushering in the fall with a wide range of post-secondary options for students! Our annual College and Career Fairs host up to 400 students, parents, and alumni.
100 Years of Preparing Young People for the Future
CDI partner school Manhattan Comprehensive Night & Day High School was originally built in 1906 as The Hebrew Technical School for Girls. In 2019, MCNDHS still serves immigrant students from all around the world, and prepares them for professional opportunities after high school.