Academic Counseling

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    Taxonomy Code: HL-2500.0500

    Programs that assist students in selecting a course of studies that is suited to their abilities, interests, future plans and general circumstances.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    EQUIVALENT AID PROGRAMDelivers basic literacy courses to out-of-school youth between 18-21. Instruction is provided in reading, writing, mathematics and the development of English speaking, listening and writing skills. This program also provides for an assessment and support services program to help young adults plan for future employment. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEQUIVALENT AID PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    HALO NETWORK, INC.Provides services for children, youth, adults and seniors, such as Drinking Driver Program, Educational and Counseling services, Nursing Home Transition and Diversion Program (NHTD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), as well as a variety of services to individuals with developmental disabilities.SuffolkHALO NETWORK, INC.HALO NETWORK, INC.
    LIBERTY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMOffers a collaborative program that provides students (grades 6-12) with a broad range of services designed to increase motivation and ability to complete secondary school and seek entry into post-secondary education and/or meaningful employment. Students must be enrolled in one of the four participating high schools: Hempstead, Uniondale, Roosevelt or Rockville Centre. Interested students must meet with their LPP High School Coordinator to discuss eligibility requirements. Sample programs include: The Saturday Scholars Academy which is designed to provide students with supplemental academic support leading to completion of high school. An array of preparatory classes, workshops, symposiums and college tours are available to students. The Saturday Scholars Academy consists of classes on Saturdays and weekdays on the campus of Hofstra University. Workshops, symposiums and classes are also made available at the partner school sites. The Summer Programs include the Interactive Summer Programs and the Summer Scholars Academy. The Interactive Summer program enrolls LPP participants in internships and classes, during the summer, to explore different careers, through connecting theory and practice. The primary emphasis is on student learning through hands-on experiences. Thematic educational trips, connected to internships, are scheduled throughout the summer, to further enhance learning as well as provide career exposure external to the classroom. The trips also provide information on how the discipline is applied in the real world. Lunch is typically provided throughout the week. Other summer programs are offered in specialized areas including math and English. The Summer Scholars Academy is designed to expose students to careers in science and technology as well as fields that require pre-licensure, through 4-5 week hands-on thematic internships. Classes usually start after the 4th of July weekend and are held on the campus of Hofstra University. Students may participate in hands-on, thematic internships in areas including: Health Career Exploration; Film Production; Forensic Science; Law; Robotics; Architecture; Food Chemistry and Careers in Earth Science. The Parent Involvement in Education program facilitates student success through collaborative parent committees. Parents of program participants are encouraged to participate on one of two committees, designed to ensure that program goals and objectives are met: The Academic Committee and Student Programming Committee. Call for more detailed information.NassauLIBERTY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
    THE ADULT LEARNING CENTER OF LONG BEACHThe Center is funded by the New York State Education Department for adults 18 years and older. The following programs and services are free: Computer Education (beginning, intermediate and advanced), Academic and Career Counseling, High School Equivalency, English as a Second Language, Citizenship Education, Civil Service Test Preparation, Career, Family and Life Skills, Job Club, Reading and Math Skills, and TASC Preparation.NassauTHE ADULT LEARNING CENTER OF LONG BEACHLONG BEACH CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
    URBAN LEAGUE OF LONG ISLAND, INC.Provides a broad range of services to disenfranchised citizens of Long Island via employment and/or economic development, youth and senior citizen programs, social services, technology, education, training, health and community development.NassauURBAN LEAGUE OF LONG ISLAND, INC.URBAN LEAGUE OF LONG ISLAND, INC.

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