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Educational programs at all levels within or outside the formal education system that provide innovative and flexible instruction, curriculums, grading systems, learning environments or degree requirements, a return to traditional educational values, or other alternatives to the ordinary system of instruction.

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ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOLOffers students in grades 10-12 the chance to complete their high school education and earn a diploma granted by their home school district. Those with attendance or social adjustment problems or those in need of supportive services not available at their home school may find this program helpful. Students may remain in the program for as long as necessary to meet the requirements for a high school diploma. Flexible hours along with web-based instruction are available to address the individual needs of each student. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOLWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
ALTERNATIVE LEARNING CENTERSOffers special classes that bridge the gap between classes for the disabled at Western Suffolk BOCES Centers and classes for the disabled and non-disabled students located in local school districts. Classes, staffed by Western Suffolk BOCES teachers and paraprofessionals, deliver instruction that incorporates the Common Core Learning Standards to students referred by participating school districts. Mainstreaming within the host school classes is available where appropriate. ALC classes serve a variety of youngsters ages 5 through 21. Groupings are determined by the severity of need and similarity of educational, social and physical functioning. Classes serve disabled students ages 5 through 21 in district elementary, middle and high schools. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkALTERNATIVE LEARNING CENTERSWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE AND LIGHT REPAIR (MLR) CERTIFICATEOffers a one-year program that prepares students as entry level automotive technicians for positions in independent repair shops, dealerships and franchise automotive facilities. This program covers the entry level tasks and knowledge required to succeed in the workplace. Students who successfully complete the Automotive and Light Repair certificate program will be able to apply the credits to Suffolk County Community College’s Automotive Service Specialist, A.A.S. degree program. Students interested in applying to the A.A.S. degree program should strongly consider taking academic coursework in addition to the MLR required courses. All students applying to the Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair certificate program will be required to attend a mandatory program information session. Students in the Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair program will be required to have a valid driver’s license; violations resulting in points on a driver’s license abstract may impact a student’s ability to complete program cooperative course requirements. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkAUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE AND LIGHT REPAIR (MLR) CERTIFICATESUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICAL TRAININGOffers students a course to prepare for ASE Certification. Vehicles are far more sophisticated today than in previous decades and require technicians with more advanced technical training. Western Suffolk BOCES, accredited by the ASE Education Foundation, is equipped to teach you the skills that will help you advance in this field. Upon successful completion you will be prepared to sit for the corresponding certification exams which stress knowledge of job-related skills and lead to Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification. Learn the theory and skills to diagnose, service and repair cars, SUV’s and light duty trucks. You will use up-to-date electronic and hydraulic equipment to precisely diagnose today’s sophisticated vehicle. Prerequisite: High School diploma or equivalent and satisfactory score on a TABE exam and interview. Students must also attend a 4-hour safety orientation workshop. New students may begin on the first day of most modules. Call 631-261-3863 for a pre-entrance interview appointment and for more information about the pre-entrance requirements. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.www.wsboces.org/autoSuffolkAUTOMOTIVE TECHNICAL TRAININGWILSON TECHNOLOGICAL CENTER
BILINGUAL AIS/ESL BRIDGE PROGRAMEducational objectives include: Provide beginning English literacy, pre-literacy and language skills necessary to transition students into their home school’s bi-lingual program; Develop oral and written English proficiency consistent with youths in middle school; Furnish subject-based instruction in the student’s native language (i.e. Spanish) to raise comfort level while learning content; Recognize a host of transitions with middle-school-aged students, promote cultural sensitivity towards young English language learners, and address socio-emotional and cognitive changes typical of this age range; Foster basic civic education through ESL and content-based instruction and Utilize native language (Spanish) as a support to learning basic English skills. Call for information regarding this program.SuffolkBILINGUAL AIS/ESL BRIDGE PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
BILINGUAL HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PREPARATIONCourses are taught in Spanish to prepare students age 16 to 21 to take the equivalency exam in Spanish. English instruction is offered to help prepare these students for the English proficiency exam. Basic skills instruction is also available to help raise a student's academic standing. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBILINGUAL HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PREPARATIONWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
BRENNAN HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMAn alternative program that serves disabled youngsters of high school age who present a variety of educational and emotional needs. A failure to succeed in school is often tied to a variety of emotional problems frequently linked to a disturbance within the family unit. This program provides an enriched educational environment that incorporates the Common Core Learning Standards. They receive ongoing services from consulting psychiatrists, either employed by the Office of Mental Health or BOCES. Transitional classes are available for those students capable of being mainstreamed into a regular high school. An after-school program is offered for students who are unable to attend a normal full-day school due to the students’ disability(ies). This option is also suitable for students who are employed during the school day and who require after-school educational programming to complete their high school studies. Related services, support services and psychiatric consultation services are also offered for students who require these specialized services. Also offered is the PASS Program at Brennan High School. This is a highly structured environment in which instructional and behavioral deficits can be addressed within a small group setting for high school aged students. Students may or may not be classified as special education students. All are in need of alternative education. Truancy, non-compliance with school rules and generally disruptive behavior often characterize a student in crisis; such a student is appropriate for the PASS Program. Students who are at risk due to poor achievement may also be referred to this program where they will be afforded many support services to ensure success. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBRENNAN HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
BRENNAN MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMServes disabled adolescents, ages eleven through fourteen. This program provides an enriched educational environment that incorporates the Common Core Learning Standard while responding to many of the students’ social and psychological needs. Beyond basic academic instructions, many students receive services from consulting psychiatrist either employed by the Office of Mental Health or BOCES and participate in a wide range of extracurricular activities. The classroom teacher, the paraprofessional(s), a psychologist and a social worker assigned to each classroom unit create a team approach. Outreach services to involve families within the school community is an integral part of the Middle School Program. Also offered is the The PASS program at the Brennan Middle/High School. This program is serving disabled and non-disabled students of middle and high school ages. This program offers a highly structured environment in which instructional and behavioral deficits can be addressed within a small group setting for high school aged students. The educational environment parallels that of the Brennan High School. Students may or may not be classified as special education students. All are in need of alternative education. Truancy, non-compliance with school rules and generally disruptive behavior often characterize a student in crisis; such a student is appropriate for the PASS program. Students who are at risk due to poor achievement may also be referred to this program where they will be afforded many support services to ensure success. Call for detailed information.SuffolkBRENNAN MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
BROOKLYN DEMOCRACY ACADEMYOperates as a transfer school for youngsters aged 16-20 who are unable to function in a traditional high school. Provides individualized guidance and support through workshops, seminars, independent living skills training, paid internships, community service and college and employment counseling.BROOKLYN DEMOCRACY ACADEMYJEWISH CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION
CAREER PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOLOffers an alternative high school that focuses on the social, emotional, prevocational and academic needs of students who come to Career Prep with a variety of behavioral difficulties accompanied by learning disabilities. There is a high staff-to-student ratio to better address the individual needs of each student in self-contained classroom settings (9:1:2 or 6:1:2). The instructional program is aligned to the New York State Common Core Learning Standards and addresses students' cognitive levels and learning styles. All students are given the opportunity to earn a New York State Regents diploma or other state approved high school diploma. Students also have the opportunity of earning college credits through a partnership with Farmingdale State College SUNY. Instructional and work-based learning opportunities required for the Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Commencement Credential are also provided. A select group of students are also afforded the opportunity to participate a character education and life skills curriculum using horses to facilitate growth and learning. Career Prep also offers the Farmingdale Program at Farmingdale State College SUNY and the Career Extension Program at Hofstra University. These community-based programs provide a transitional atmosphere for mature students to experience a college environment and explore post-secondary school options. Consideration and acceptance into both of these less restrictive (9:1:2) programs are based on an internal screening process and the student's success in the program. Middle School classes are also offered at Career Prep for students age 12 to 14 in need of a highly structured, safe and supportive educational setting where they can realize the value of school and better prepare to enter high school. Career Prep students are encouraged to make the transition from adolescence to a productive adulthood by developing self-esteem and raising their expectations for success in the future. All students participate in individual and group counseling sessions with a focus on the development of prosocial behaviors including conflict resolution skills, moral development, interpersonal communication skills, self-awareness and self-esteem enhancement. Call for more detailed information. NassauCAREER PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ADJUSTMENTOffers an alternative secondary-level and young adult program to students between the ages of 14 and 21 who are emotionally, behaviorally or developmentally disabled to a mild/moderate degree. The program has three distinct components a Modified High School Program, Skills Enrichment Program and the Nassau Education and Treatment Program (NET). Each program component offers students a curriculum designed to develop individual strengths and to address individual needs of the students. The Modified High School Program is designed to meet the learning and behavioral needs of students with varying abilities. The curriculum balances transitional and prevocational skills training, functional academics and New York State Common Core Learning standards Instruction is aligned to the Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) standards and leads to a Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential (SACC). The Skills Enrichment Program offers a daily living skills curriculum with a functional academic base to develop job skills. Instruction is aligned to the Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) standards and leads to a Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential (SACC). Students participate in non-paid internships at public and non-profit facilities and agencies, such as hospitals, offices, parks and small businesses supervised by Nassau BOCES staff and on-site personnel to learn a variety of entry level skills. The Nassau Education and Treatment (NET) Program is a collaborative effort between Nassau BOCES, Sagamore Children's Psychiatric Hospital (Phase I) and North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center (Phase II) and is designed to meet the therapeutic, medical and learning needs for students diagnosed with various psychiatric disorders. The instructional program is aligned to the New York State Common Core Learning Standards and addresses students' cognitive levels and learning styles. Students are given the opportunity to earn a New York State Regents diploma or other state approved high school diploma. Students also have the opportunity of earning college credits through a partnership with S.U.N.Y Farmingdale State College. CCA’s behavior support program encourages positive choices, recognizes student achievement and supports the school mission to provide specially designed instruction to meet the social-emotional, academic, behavioral and transitional needs of students. Through a collaborative process among students, staff, families, school districts and outside agencies, CCA maintains a safe and supportive learning community enabling students to become productive, functional and independent members of society. Call for detailed information for each program.NassauCENTER FOR COMMUNITY ADJUSTMENTNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
COACHINGOffers a certificate program that prepares students to become New York State certified athletics coaches. The curriculum consists of three graduate-level New York State Education Department (NYSED) approved coaching courses plus three additional advanced courses that examine a broad range of issues that impact the coach in today's educational climate. These include learning theories, social and psychological issues, principles of organization and administration, kinesthetic theories, injury care, and exercise and nutritional considerations. This program is offered online. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCOACHINGSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CONTINUING EDUCATIONOffers free courses in: High School Equivalency Adult Basic Education English as a Second Language Evening High School and the Career Resource Center. Also offers classes in: Defensive Driving Introduction to Computers Microsoft Word Money Management Sports Recreation Personal Development Dance SAT Preparation Arts/Crafts Trips. Classes vary. Call for more information.NassauCONTINUING EDUCATIONHICKSVILLE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND INFORMATION SUPPORT SERVICESProvides local school districts with a range of educational support services, including leadership training, professional development, curriculum-writing and instructional technology staff and programs. Support and training are available for student information systems, as well as special education software, test scoring, data warehouse and student data analysis. Researched-based and targeted to local needs, these services are available to teachers, administrators, boards of education, support staff, parents, and students. Initiatives include, but are not limited to, responding to the Common Core Standards and alignment, meeting the needs of diverse learners, instructional technology, distance learning, educational leadership, the arts, library media, shared decision making, and strategic planning. Workshops and seminars provide opportunities for participating districts to learn from the foremost experts in the field, with on-site or in-class experience, providing the link between theory and practice. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND INFORMATION SUPPORT SERVICESEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
DIVERSIFIED CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATIONProvides supervised Career Education work experience and internships. This work based learning program helps make the important connection between what students learn in school and how it relates to their work experience. Students attend their high school for related instruction and are placed and supervised in internships with local businesses and industries. Students can earn a CTE sequence or additional credits towards a sequence. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkDIVERSIFIED CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATIONWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
EASTERN LONG ISLAND ACADEMY OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGYServes high school juniors and seniors with rigorous and relevant learning in specific technical fields. Our broad array of programs are designed to meet the needs of component districts, students and our local workforce. We prescribe to continuous improvement, with a focus on improving student outcomes, meeting or exceeding New York State Education Department standards, offering career and technical courses that are New York State Education Department approved, and utilizing research and best practices related to our student needs. Courses are offered in: Animal Science; Art. Design and Visual Communications; Audio Production; Auto Body Repair and Car Customizing; Automotive Technology; Aviation/Professional Pilot Training; Barbering; Carpentry/Residential Construction and Home Improvement; Certified Personal Training; Clinical Medical Assisting; Computer Science and App Development; Computer Technology and Repair; Cosmetology; Culinary Arts/Restaurant Operations Management; Dental Chairside Assisting; Drone Technology; Early Childhood Education; Electrical Trade and Alternative Energy; Engineering Collaborative - Regional STEM High School; Fashion Merchandising and Design; Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC); Law Enforcement; Marine/Motorsports Technology; Nurse Assisting; Physical Therapy Aide; Plumbing and Heating; Practical Nursing; Professional Photography/Digital Photography; Television, Video and Digital Film Production and Welding/Metal Fabrication. Call for more detailed information. Our efforts reflect our ongoing commitment to deliver quality programs that transform the lives of our secondary and adult learners. For more information, please visit www.AcademyLI.org.SuffolkEASTERN LONG ISLAND ACADEMY OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGYEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIPPrepares K-12 educators for advancement to positions at both the school district (SDL) and school building (SBL) levels. Such positions include superintendent of schools, district superintendent, assistant superintendent, principal, assistant principal, department chairpersons, or athletic director. As of Fall 2007, this is the first program of its kind in New York State that serves as a pathway for certification at both the district and building levels. Courses may be taken on campus or online. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN-EMTOffers a course designed to provide students with the essential education needed to render lifesaving care and maneuvers in a pre-hospital setting. This course is comprised of didactic presentations, team-based learning activities, practical skills sessions, patient simulation encounters, standardized patient encounters and clinical/field experiences. This program will prepare students to effectively render all available techniques of basic life support presently considered with the scope of care for a New York State Certified Emergency Medical Technician. In addition to the 159 classroom hours, students will complete 20-24 hours of clinical/field experience with as 1 twelve hour 9-1-1 ambulance tour or 1 Inter-facility ambulance tour (8-12 hours each). Students who successfully complete all aspects of this program will be eligible to participate in New York State and National Registry Practical & Written Examinations. In addition students will have also achieved credentials in the following disciplines: American Heart Association Basic Life Support; FEMA Introduction to Incident Command Systems (ICS 100) for Healthcare/Hospitals; FEMA Introduction to National Incident Management System (NIMS 700) and Hazardous Materials Response-Awareness Level. Call for more detailed information.NassauEMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN-EMTNASSAU BOCES ADULT CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
EXPLORATIONS IN FORENSICS CAMPOffers students who have completed 9th grade and not yet taken a formal Forensics course a Forensics Summer Camp. This program includes a variety of scientific disciplines including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Earth Science, and other applied sciences. It will explore the various disciplines that fall under the umbrella of Forensic Science. It will complement the students' science curriculum in high school and challenge them to think, investigate, and solve problems. This workshop can serve to help students to decide if they are interested in taking forensics in high school. The focus of the five days concentrates upon the development of skills and techniques that will be utilized to process a mock crime scene(s) as the culmination of a week full of hard work, learning, and fun. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEXPLORATIONS IN FORENSICS CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
EXTERNAL DIPLOMA PROGRAMOffers a program for students to earn their High School Equivalency Diploma in a supportive environment. Meet each week with an advisor that works with you individually. Great for those with test anxiety. Registration fee required once fully enrolled. Call for more information.SuffolkEXTERNAL DIPLOMA PROGRAMWILSON TECHNOLOGICAL CENTER
GARY D. BIXHORN TECHNICAL CENTERProvides a safe and positive learning environment, addressing the academic and career needs of a diversified community of students through the efforts and abilities of a knowledgeable and caring staff. Our goal is to prepare students for the workforce and/or post-secondary education by building upon the strengths, talents, skills, and resources of peers, educators, industries, communities, and of the students themselves. The Academy programs encourage students to develop emotionally, intellectually, socially, and physically. Through the use of innovative and traditional approaches to instruction, assessment and current technology, as well as the promotion of ethical values, we commit to empowering all of our students to be self-directed, creative citizens who will thrive in an ever-changing global community. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkGARY D. BIXHORN TECHNICAL CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
GATEWAYSProvides an intensive, specialized residential program for girls age 12-16 who have been victims of commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking.GATEWAYSJEWISH CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION
GRASPOffers a course for those who want to prepare for the High School Equivalency Exam (formerly the GED exam) now TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) at home. If you are age 21 or over, are self-motivated and want assignments based on your individual needs then you can pick up assignments at Career Center or your local library and prepare for the High School Equivalency exam on your own. Telephone help is available.SuffolkGRASPWILSON TECHNOLOGICAL CENTER
HARRIET EISMAN COMMUNITY SCHOOLProvides alternative high school diploma program for students who have withdrawn from the traditional educational system.NassauHARRIET EISMAN COMMUNITY SCHOOLLONG BEACH REACH, INC.
HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY CLASSESOffers Adult Basic Education (ABE) and High School Equivalency Preparation. Prepare for the High School Equivalency Exam, formerly GED®, now TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) Classroom instruction in social studies, math, science, literature and the arts, and writing skills. Classes are offered at various locations: Wilson Tech-Dix Hills, Wilson Tech Aviation Facility, St. Martin of Tours Church, Huntington Station Enrichment Center, HYB/Project EXCEL, and The Opening Word. Call for detailed information.SuffolkHIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY CLASSESWILSON TECHNOLOGICAL CENTER
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTOffers a program that is designed to provide HR practitioners with the necessary knowledge to make informed management and policy decisions. Certificate credits may also be used to fulfill requirements in either the Master of Science in Human Resource Management or Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program offered through the School of Professional Development, or the Master of Business Administration offered through the College of Business. (Be advised that not all courses count for both programs. Students should compare the degree and certificate requirements prior to enrolling.) This certificate program consists of five 3-credit courses. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkHUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
IACS COMPUTES!Offering a 10-day programming workshop for high school students who will be juniors or seniors in the fall. Students must be 15 years old or older by the time of the camp. This hands-on camp introduces students to the programming skills and software/computer technologies that drive advances in science, industry, business and society. Starting with no assumed prior knowledge of programming, the camp introduces programming using the Python language and emphasizes development of algorithmic thinking and problem solving. From faculty and graduate students, participants will learn about using big-data analytics and high-performance computing to solve problems in science and engineering, and will then participate in team projects motivated by these same research challenges. By the end of the camp, students will have sufficient programming skills and awareness of the field to pursue further independent study and to inform future choices for education and careers. Ideally students will use their own laptops (Macs, PCs or Linux are acceptable; a few are available for loan) so they can continue to use the camp's open-source software programming environment and tools. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkIACS COMPUTES!STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
INTENSIVE DAY TREATMENTAssists school age students from Nassau and Suffolk counties to avert hospitalization for severe emotional/psychiatric problems and students with psychiatric problems who are on the Autism Spectrum. The IDT Program is also a therapeutic program to help a youngster adjust to the community following a period of inpatient psychiatric hospitalization or a short term placement for youngsters leaving psychiatric hospitalization en route to day treatment or other specialized school-based services. Instructional staff provided by the Special Education Division of Western Suffolk BOCES in concert with professionals funded by the Office of Mental Health/Sagamore Children's Psychiatric Center, provide intensive intervention to students on an extended day basis. The program also works with pupils who have been in a day treatment or other intensive school placement and have not been successful. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkINTENSIVE DAY TREATMENTWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
INTERIM ALTERNATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMOffers a program that serves non-disabled and disabled students in middle school and high school who require highly structured services in an alternative setting. The educational environment parallels that of the JEA Alternative School. It is for non-classified students who are on long-term, out of school suspension as a result of a Superintendent's Hearing and classified students who need an Interim Alternative Educational Program as described in 201.7 of the Commissioner's Regulations. Placements may extend beyond the minimum of 45 days. This highly individualized, academic program includes Regents-level instruction. School-based counseling, behavioral management training, substance abuse treatment and court probationary services as well as support services from psychologists and social workers are also available. This full-day program is housed in a self-contained location at the JEA Alternative School in Wheatley Heights. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkINTERIM ALTERNATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
IRIS WOLFSON HIGH SCHOOLProvides a nurturing and academically invigorating environment for students who have experienced difficulty relating to peers and/or adults in a traditional school setting due to their social and emotional needs. Iris Wolfson fosters acceptance, stimulates academic achievement, encourages self-reliance, practices tolerance, and motivates students to meet their highest potential and strive toward post-secondary options while earning a Regents diploma. Upwards of half of our students are college-bound yet require a personalized learning environment that includes school-based counseling two times a week with clinically trained school psychologists. The least restrictive of the Nassau BOCES Special Education settings, Iris Wolfson is modeled after mainstream educational settings. Courses are departmentalized and the instructional program is aligned to the New York State Common Core Learning Standards. Students have the opportunity of earning college credits through a partnership with Farmingdale State College SUNY. All students are expected to earn a New York State Regents diploma while information on the local diploma requirements still available to students with disabilities when appropriate is provided. Various electives are offered to stimulate thought, meet graduation requirements, reinforce content material, foster independent living, and develop personal management skills. Iris Wolfson primarily serves students with emotional disabilities (i.e. Generalized Anxiety Disorders and Depression), assorted learning disabilities, and spectrum disorders whose needs most closely resemble those found in district-based programs. Instruction is modified and individualized to addresses students' cognitive levels and learning styles. Instructional and work-based learning opportunities are also provided to assist students pursue a Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Commencement Credential. Vocational counseling is provided to assist students and families as they begin to access important post-secondary supports and services. Middle School classes are also offered for students ages 11 to 14 in need of a structured, safe and supportive educational setting. Like our high school, all middle school students receive school-based counseling to help them identify and overcome obstacles that impede upon their academic, social and emotional development. Classes are departmentalized and middle school commencement requirements are offered to students before moving onto high school. Call for more detailed information.NassauIRIS WOLFSON HIGH SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
JEA ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLProgram serves disabled students, ages 11 through 21, who require highly intensive management needs due to conduct disorders. The program provides ongoing educational instruction that incorporates the Common Core Learning Standards to students requiring option IIIA services. The services of a consulting psychiatrist are available for those conduct disordered students who also have psychiatric needs. In addition, strong emphasis is placed upon remedial instruction, vocational training and having each student's parents and family become part of the treatment. An after-school program is offered for students who are unable to attend a normal full-day school due to the students' disability(ies). This option is also suitable for students who are employed during the school day and who require after-school educational programming to complete their high school studies. Related services, support services and psychiatric consultation services are also offered for students who require these specialized services. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkJEA ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
LEGALNURSE CONSULTANT TRAININGOffers an exciting program that prepares Registered Nurses and Physician's Assistants for a career in the legal field as legal nurse consultants. This course provides the RN and PA with the fundamental skills necessary to advise law firms, health care providers, insurance companies and governmental agencies regarding medically related issues and to appear in court as an expert witness. The course presents legal concepts related to the health care industry, as well as the role a legal nurse consultant might play in litigation areas such as medical malpractice, toxic torts, products liability, wrongful death, criminal law, and workers' compensation. Any RN or PA interested in entering the legal field can benefit from the education provided by this course. This program is available in live lecture and online formats. If you would like additional information on this program, please call the Center for Legal Studies at 1-800-522-7737. Please call for more information.SuffolkLEGALNURSE CONSULTANT TRAININGSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
LONG ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTSFor forty-five years, LIHSA has been a powerhouse for the development of Long Island’s creative and cultural sector, challenging current thinking and practice and producing graduates who will be innovators and leaders. Our alumni are working all over the world on stage, on screen, behind the scenes and leading major events and organizations. LIHSA students come from over 60 public school districts across Nassau and Suffolk counties. To work with other artists on a campus designed for the teaching of the arts, is an unusual and remarkable way to study. In addition to the planned programs, the nature of study at the Long Island High School for the Arts develops from the character of the individuals, the chemistry of the group and the singularity of the environment. LIHSA offers programs in Theatre, Dance, Music, Special Effects, Digital Media, Fine Arts and Film. Whether you're a seasoned performer or a budding composer, we have a space that is designed for you. LIHSA’s facilities are an essential part of the education and training. Our 4 acre plus campus consists of three buildings, totaling close to 40,000 square feet of space, created expressly for the purpose of training professional artists. The Rosalind Joel Conservatory for Music and Theatre is home to The Seymour Weiner Theatre, a well equipped 350 seat space venue, two black box theaters, a digital recording studio, music classrooms, rehearsal rooms, teaching spaces, a workshop space dedicated to scenery, properties and costume creation. Two other buildings house multimedia, dance and fine arts studios. Entrance to LIHSA is based on talent, potential and ability. We are looking for students who display outstanding dedication and ambition for the performing and production arts. If you believe you meet these criteria, we encourage you to apply. Our admissions processes are designed to be fair, transparent and efficient. The audition/interview approach serves the dual purpose of allowing the panel to assess at first-hand your suitability for your chosen program and it also affords you the opportunity to gain a deeper insight into the nature of that program and the opportunities that LIHSA offers. We are looking for students who display outstanding dedication and ambition for the performing and production arts. In addition you can rent LIHSA to Plan your own event. You can rent the Seymour Weiner Theatre. Contact Barbara DelMonaco at bdelmonaco@nasboces.org to inquire about availability today. Call for more detailed information regarding the LIHSA.NassauLONG ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTSNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
MADONNA HEIGHTS SCHOOLOffers fully certified Jr/Sr High School with 6:1:2, 8:1:2, and 8:1:1 ratio. Students can be resident on the Madonna Heights campus or attend day school. Targets girls grades 7 -12 who are emotionally handicapped and/or learning disabled.SuffolkMADONNA HEIGHTS SCHOOLSCO FAMILY OF SERVICES
MANOR PLAINS HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMOffers a secondary program which is a collaborative effort between the Special Education Division and the Career & Technical Education Division. This program prepares high school students for graduation and enables them to be self-sufficient adults with ongoing employment and ability to live independently. Students are exposed to various vocational training experiences in this program. Special education staff provide academic instruction that incorporates the Common Core Learning Standards while vocation teachers teach the skills needed in each student's chosen vocation. All students at Manor Plains High School participate in one of the small class size programs offered through Wilson Tech. In addition to learning work-based skills, Tech’s Huntington campus also offers MPHS students opportunities to participate in leadership organizations and skills competitions. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMANOR PLAINS HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
MONTFORT THERAPEUTIC RESIDENCEOffers a temporary home for 11 to 18 year old children who are court mandated. Provides a school program, individual counseling, and group dynamics. The Our Lady of Peace Academy is a free standing alternative school for grades 7 through 12. Individualized instruction and private tutoring is provided by qualified teachers.SuffolkMONTFORT THERAPEUTIC RESIDENCEHOPE HOUSE MINISTRIES
NINTH GRADE TURNAROUNDOffers a one year program for students entering the ninth grade for the first time and who are at risk of academic failure. This specially designed, self-contained program aims to prepare students to return as a 10th grader to a regular classroom schedule at the home school. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkNINTH GRADE TURNAROUNDWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
NONSECURE DETENTION PROGRAMOffers short-term care to Nassau County boys under the age of 16 who are referred by the Nassau County Family Court due to Persons in Need of Supervision (PINS) or Juvenile Delinquent (JD) offenses. Offers a full-time educational program in the on-campus school to help with a successful return to family, school and community. Services include case work counseling, 24 hour supervision, nursing services, medical care, dental care, pharmacological intervention, active family/guardian involvement, special education school setting, pastoral care, cultural activities, independent living skills training, crisis intervention, therapeutic, and a home like atmosphere with a structured, nurturing environment.NassauNONSECURE DETENTION PROGRAMMERCYFIRST
OCEANSIDE HIGH SCHOOL CASTLETONServes alternative students grades 9-12.NassauOCEANSIDE HIGH SCHOOL CASTLETONOCEANSIDE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
ONLINE LEARNINGAt Suffolk, online education refers to the online Learning Management System (LMS) Blackboard Learn, and may include any online materials that instructors provide for their students to fully participate in a course. For example, a traditional lecture style course may require students to do homework online. Online education is an attractive option for individuals who are self-motivated and can work independently. There is no difference in what you are expected to learn; it is the modality that is different. Suffolk offers: Fully Online – These courses are offered entirely online using Blackboard Learn. Learning, participation in discussions, assignments and most exams are completed online. Please note, students taking fully online courses may still need to come to campus for some student services or proctored exams. Students cannot work at their own pace? Online courses follow the academic calendar and have due dates for assignments, discussions and exams. Students can register during the same times as for traditional courses. The college does not have open enrollment or Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Online courses are not easier. Online courses are just as difficult as on-campus courses, and may even be more challenging due to the learning modality of the course. Suffolk offers: Blended/Hybrid – These courses offer a combination of both classroom and independent online learning. The Blackboard Learn system is utilized for learning activities, participation in discussions, and course work in addition to classroom participation. Students are expected to complete both the in-person classroom and independent online components of the class for successful completion of the course. Suffolk offers: Web Enabled – These are traditional, on-campus courses for which instructors provide additional online study materials in Blackboard Learn. All Suffolk courses have the ability to be web enabled. Suffolk also offers: Computer Instruction on Campus - These are traditional, on-campus courses with computer lab-enhanced instruction. Along with the computerized instruction, instructors may provide additional online study materials for their students in the Blackboard Learn system. The entire course or a section of the course may be taught through a computer program with instructor guidance. These courses meet in one of the computer lab classrooms and the program is accessed via Blackboard Learn. Students should enroll in fully online or blended courses only if they are serious about and capable of more independent, computerized learning and timely completion of college-level coursework. In a fully online or blended/hybrid course, students will participate in lessons, complete assignments (e.g., essay exams, research papers, etc.) and take online assessments. To enroll in an online course, students should have successfully completed any requisite developmental coursework. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkONLINE LEARNINGSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
OUTDOOR/ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONUses a multidisciplinary approach to study nature. Our mission is to inspire a child’s sense of wonder for the natural world and enhance classroom concepts through discovery-based learning. By employing direct observation and hands-on learning experiences both in and out of the classroom, the OEEP supports and enhances existing school curricula. The OEEP also fosters the sustainable use and preservation of the natural environment by laying the foundation for responsible action and helps districts by: providing engaging lessons and activities that directly support the NYS P-12 Science Learning Standards and STEAM education; integrating language arts, math, social studies, science and the arts into environmental concepts; facilitating exciting, interactive experiences with nature for students; utilizing natural resources where students can observe, hypothesize, experiment, collect, analyze and interpret data, and draw conclusions; providing teachers with in-service training, curriculum development, and ongoing instructional support. The Outdoor Environmental Education Program is provided in cooperation with SCOPE Education Services. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkOUTDOOR/ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES
PARALEGAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers an intensive, nationally acclaimed program that is designed for beginning as well as experienced legal workers. Students will be trained to interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, prepare legal documents and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation. The instruction is practice-oriented and relates to those areas of law in which paralegals are most in demand. Students will learn how to increase their office's efficiency, productivity, and billable hours, while learning new marketable job skills. Successful graduates will be awarded a certificate of completion and 8.4 Continuing Education Units. For questions on course content, please call the Center for Legal Studies at 1-800-522-7737 or visit the website at www.legalstudies.com. Note this class is also offered both in-person and online. Please call for more information.SuffolkPARALEGAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ON-LINE COURSESInstructor designed courses that are only accessible over the Internet. You must own a computer and have Internet connectivity. Course offerings vary each semester. Sample course offerings include: Safe Schools against Violence in Education Training; Identification and Treatment of Child Abuse; Infection Control Workshop; Notary Public Preparation; and Techhire Health Information Technology. Contact Suffolk for the most current list of course offerings.SuffolkPROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ON-LINE COURSESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
REGIONAL ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides students, ages 16-21, who have been identified as having needs not being met in current school programs in our region. The program will be located in local area high schools and/or BOCES programs and offers our “at risk” students an opportunity to address individual and family issues that are currently hampering their progress toward a New York State diploma. The program will continue to offer academic education at a commencement level, development of transition skills, and development of social skills designed to foster improved functioning in a school setting. The Regional Alternative High School Program is also offering placement to students that have been suspended or are awaiting an out of district placement, as well as offering students the option to attend for credit recovery and test preparation for state assessments. The Regional Alternative High School is also offering placement to students who are English Language Learners. Students enrolled in this program will have a daily schedule that consists of four hour departmentalized format. Instruction takes place in “blocks” focusing on two core subjects (ELA and Math), and includes a daily CTE component. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkREGIONAL ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
REGIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMOffers a program that was developed in response to requests from local school districts. Eastern Suffolk BOCES organized a consortium to create and oversee a regional summer school program. The program is located in local area school districts and serves students who attend their home districts during the traditional school year. Students with intensive management and/or educational needs require a continuation of district curriculum and instructional approaches during the summer months to prevent regression. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkREGIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLAny two school districts that house summer school populations at a common site may participate in the Regional Summer School. Courses offered are determined by the participating districts in collaboration with Nassau BOCES, The Regional Summer School enables students to enrich their education through additional courses; credit recovery or work not complete during the school year; or improve their competencies in basic elementary skills. It also provides for the administration of Regents examinations in accordance with the New York State Education Commissioner’s regulations. Call for more detailed information.NassauREGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLOffers remedial courses for students in grades 6–12 to make up deficiencies in academic work. This wide variety of remedial courses can benefit students with low or failing grades. Residents within the participating districts whose children are registered in public, private or parochial schools, grades 6-12, are eligible to attend, with permission of their home school principal or designee. Non-resident students are permitted to register after all residents are accommodated. Non-residents are required to show proof of immunization and authorization from their home school allowing them to register for specific courses and/or Regents/RCT examinations. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkREGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES
SEAMAN NECK MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides an academic setting with a multidisciplinary team to meet the needs of students with learning, behavioral, emotional and developmental disabilities. The environment and culture is structured to support students’ social and emotional development. The instructional program is aligned to the New York State Common Core Learning Standards and addresses students' cognitive levels and learning styles. Students are given the opportunity to work toward earning a New York State Regents diploma or other state-approved high school diploma. Instructional and work-based learning opportunities required for the Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Commencement Credential are also provided for all ninth graders. Students meeting the requirements towards a Skills and Credentials Certificate (SACC) work toward developing life skills and building personal independence through functional academics. Seaman Neck also provides small class ratios for students with more intense needs where the instructional team provides additional support through a consulting psychiatrist. Related services such as speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy and counseling are also provided as needed. Call for detailed information. NassauSEAMAN NECK MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
SECONDARY CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATIONStudents spend half a day in their home school and half day at a Wilson Tech site located in Dix Hills, Republic Airport Farmingdale, Northport and Huntington. Academic subjects for credit, testing modification and academic intervention programs are provided by request at no additional cost. Credit bearing courses in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Health, Physical Education, and a variety of academic electives are among the support services available to help students meet scheduling and diploma requirements. Wilson Tech students can earn a technical endorsement on their high school diplomas when they successfully complete Tech programs and requirements a diploma. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSECONDARY CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATIONWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
SHOPLIFTERS ALTERNATIVE COURSE (ADULTS)/YOUTH EDUCATIONAL SHOPProvides home study program and referral service to qualified therapist upon completion of program. Group meetings and/or telephone help line. Adult study program for 6th grade reading level and Youth Educational Shoplifting program for 5th grade reading level. Services provided to youth from 10 years old.SuffolkSHOPLIFTERS ALTERNATIVE COURSE (ADULTS)/YOUTH EDUCATIONAL SHOPNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR SHOPLIFTING PREVENTION
SIMONS SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPProvides academically talented, motivated high school students who are between their junior & senior years the opportunity to engage in hands-on research in science, math or engineering at the Stony Brook University. Simons Fellows work with distinguished faculty mentors, learn laboratory techniques and tools, become part of active research teams and experience life at a research university. The Simons Summer Research program now attracts applicants from all across the country to the Stony Brook campus: Simons Fellows are matched with Stony Brook faculty mentors, join a research group or team, and assume responsibility for a project. The Simons Fellows conclude their apprenticeship by producing a written research abstract and a research poster. In addition to learning valuable techniques and experiencing life at a major research university, Simons Fellows attend weekly faculty research talks and participate in special workshops, tours and events. At the closing poster symposium, students are presented with a $1,000 stipend award. Participants may elect to live on campus with other student researchers or to commute. The Simons Summer Research Program is supported by the Simons Foundation and individual faculty grants. Call for more detailed information and application guidelines.SuffolkSIMONS SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
SOUTH OAKS PROGRAMProvides a hospital program located at South Oaks in Amityville which offers an educational program for hospitalized adolescents. Both disabled and non-disabled students can enroll in this program. Close contact is established initially with each child's home school guidance counselor to identify the level of instruction needed. The education program at South Oaks, consisting of basic high school subjects in English, social studies, mathematics and science, and is considered an integral part of the treatment program by hospital administration. The educational staff works in partnership with doctors, nurses and psychologists to facilitate comprehensive treatment. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkSOUTH OAKS PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
STONY BROOK/EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INPATIENT PROGRAMProvides an educational program to support children with chronic or life threatening illness that requires treatment at the hospital for an extended period of time. The length of stay varies, during which time a full academic curriculum is provided by Eastern Suffolk BOCES. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSTONY BROOK/EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INPATIENT PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
THE SMEAL LEARNING CENTERProvides distance learning and teleconferencing, training space offering universal design and access, video/audio taping of training sessions, full editing studio with voice and video recordings and duplication services, access to NCDS programs via interactive video camera, opportunities for training in multi-media production and staff consultation in design of video productions, training and presentations using multi-media alternatives. Serves diverse audiences-students, faculty and staff of educational and rehabilitation programs, business and corporate personnel, university students and faculty, families and community members. Call for information. Serves a national and statewide area as well as Nassau and Suffolk Counties.NassauTHE SMEAL LEARNING CENTERABILITIES, INC.
TWILIGHT ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOLProvides an alternative setting in the late afternoon for students who have not succeeded in the traditional educational setting. The program gives teenagers the necessary tools to either return successfully to their home high schools, or to complete their high school requirements, while helping them prepare for post-secondary education or employment. Students attend this Regents-based program in the late afternoon in their home school district. Students receive strong educational support, as classes are small and largely focused on the students. Programs are currently available in: Baldwin; Bellmore-Merrick (HSE Only); East Rockaway; Freeport; Glen Cove (HSE and ELL Only); Hewlett-Woodmere; Hicksville; Massapequa and Uniondale. Call for more detailed information.NassauTWILIGHT ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
WEEKEND COLLEGEOffers adults the advantage and convenience of Weekend College to upgrade their skills, pursue a degree and enrich their lives. Students can take a class on a Friday night or a couple classes on Saturday and Sunday and before you know it, you’ll have earned an AA or AS degree. You’ll have access to more than 150 courses and many of the same degree programs we offer during weekdays and nights from liberal arts and accounting to business administration and criminal justice. Through Weekend College, a student may complete any of the following degree or certificate programs: AA or AS degree in Liberal Arts; AS degree in Accounting; AS degree in Business Administration; AS degree in Criminal Justice; Certificate in Paralegal Studies and HS Equivalency. Our Weekend College can also help you gain entrance into our exceptional nursing and allied health sciences programs—or jump-start your career in administrative business technology, interior or apparel design, or computer repair technology. You may also take distance education/online courses in nearly every subject. Call for more detailed information.NassauWEEKEND COLLEGENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
WILLET AVENUE MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides an academic setting with a multidisciplinary team to meet the needs of students with learning, behavioral, emotional and developmental disabilities. The instructional program is aligned to the New York State Common Core Learning Standards and addresses students' cognitive levels and learning styles. Students are given the opportunity to work toward earning a New York State Regents diploma or other state approved high school diploma. Instructional and work-based learning opportunities required for the Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Commencement Credential are also provided for all ninth graders. Students meeting the requirements towards a Skills and Credentials Certificate (SACC) work toward developing life skills and build personal independence. The school-wide Positive Behavior and Intervention and Supports (PBIS) program provides concrete lessons toward positive interactions. Pro-social skills to develop appropriate social and emotional behaviors are integrated into activities that encourage interaction with teachers and peers and build upon the student’s critical thought processes and independence. The Willet Avenue Middle School offers unique learning opportunities including the Therapeutic Learning Collaborative (TLC) which consists of two programs: Intensive Support Program (ISP) and Transitional Support Program (TSP) .A partnership between Nassau BOCES and The North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center, the ISP provides individual, group, and family counseling by North Shore licensed, clinical social workers and psychiatrists. Psychiatric services including medication distribution are provided by North Shore and monthly family counseling sessions are required to remain in ISP. The TSP provides services for students who are ready to transition to a less restrictive environment. Students in TSP continue in their educational placement and receive individual and group counseling from BOCES psychologists, social workers or guidance counselors. Nassau BOCES psychologists provide counseling on a regular basis, are trained in crisis prevention and assess students’ needs for a Behavior Intervention Plan. The school social worker provides counseling, family support services such as SSI, respite and CPS whenever necessary. The guidance counselor provides counseling, assists in the student’s individual transitional plan (beginning at age 14) and helps students to obtain working papers. Call for detailed information.NassauWILLET AVENUE MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
WISE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides multi-faceted programs designed for young women who show academic promise or interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through collaboration with Eastern Suffolk BOCES. WISE aims to encourage young women to pursue STEM by linking Stony Brook University graduate and faculty mentors with to high school students. Mentors work closely with H.S. WISE students in their field of expertise to provide hands-on experiences. H.S. WISE is a three-year program that focuses on a different aspect of STEM learning and research each year. Program highlights include: 10 two-hour sessions at Stony Brook University; STEM educational enrichment program; WISE University Mentoring by faculty and graduate students; Research opportunities; Field Trips - Brookhaven National Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Stony Brook Southampton - SoMAS; Career Speakers; Capstone Event and Invitation to WISE and Stony Brook University events - Engineering Day, The Empowerment Project, ect. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkWISE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY

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