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Programs that provide supplemental instruction for students who are having difficulty with their coursework or who want to get more out of their regular educational program.

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AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAMOffers an after-school program and full day child care, during school vacations including the summer, for children ages 5-17 residing in the Town of Hempstead. Homework assistance is provided by volunteers with an emphasis on reading, expressive and receptive language skills, mathematics and concept development. Recreational activities and snacks are provided. Collaboration with local schools is encouraged by the program coordinator and bilingual staff. Older students (ages 13-17) may serve as program volunteers, translators or participate as interns in local businesses. On-site child care.NassauAFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAMHISPANIC BROTHERHOOD OF ROCKVILLE CENTRE, INC.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMOffers safe haven for youngsters in community after school hours. Provides homework help, tutoring, physical education, safety awareness programs, computer activities, and arts and crafts.NassauAFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMHEMPSTEAD UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING PROGRAMOffers after school tutoring services to youth ages 6-13. Also provides homework assistance, anti bullying workshops and computer literacy instruction.NassauAFTER SCHOOL TUTORING PROGAMHEMPSTEAD HISPANIC CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC.
AHORA SIOffers structured tutorial sessions and recreational activities for middle and high school youth and their families. Also facilitates parent/teacher meeting and provides workshops for students and parents covering topics towards the enhancement of intellectual capacity and human development skills of the participants. Supportive social services are available to families of the participants.NassauAHORA SILA FUERZA UNIDA, INC.
BALDWIN PROGRAMSOffers one-to-one professional tutoring by licensed teachers in reading, reading readiness, mathematics, science, Social Studies, spelling, written expression, SAT, ELA preparation, regents and other test preparation.NassauBALDWIN PROGRAMSTHE LEARNING PLACE
CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAM (CHSEE) PREPOffers a preparation class for eighth graders planning to attend any of the ten Catholic high schools on Long Island. Students review the math, reading, writing, vocabulary and grammar skills on the exam, and learn test-taking strategies to help them work faster and more confidently to maximize their score. All materials are included. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. NassauCATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAM (CHSEE) PREPMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CHILDREN'S SERVICESProvides a variety of preventive and academic services for children, including: tutoring, homework help, mentoring, therapeutic after school and summer programs, diagnostic assessments, substance abuse, alcohol abuse, domestic violence prevention/education programs. Call for further information.NassauCHILDREN'S SERVICESCOPAY, INC.
COLONIALS COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER CORPSOffers a community-based volunteer program for students and adults providing services that include a graffiti removal project, community gardens, mural project, holiday assistance, community clean up, food pantry, PTO child care, sponsored special events and recreational activities, and a tutoring project in cooperation with the Mastic Moriches Shirley Community Library.SuffolkCOLONIALS COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER CORPSCOLONIAL YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES, INC.
COMMUNITY AND YOUTH BUREAU PROGRAMSOffers drug and alcohol counseling, crisis counseling, job development and referral, tutoring, Homework help, Improvisation teen theater, peer leadership training, drug prevention, support groups, environmental issues group, grandfriends, social skills group, young families group, home safety programs, basketball and recreational activities. Parent resources available.SuffolkCOMMUNITY AND YOUTH BUREAU PROGRAMSREACH CYA
COMPUTER LEARNING CENTEROffers use of latest educational software to provide youth in other programs with additional educational assistance through computer technology.NassauCOMPUTER LEARNING CENTERLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES OUTREACH SERVICESProvides a clothing ministry for those in need, children's study and tutoring programs, religious empowerment program, vacation bible school summer camp, Kids for Christ group, and a Youth Action Team. Call for more information.SuffolkCORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES OUTREACH SERVICESCORNERSTONE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
COUNTRY CLUB DAY PROGRAMProvides children and their families with child care, tutoring, summer camp and residential services. Call for more information.NassauCOUNTRY CLUB DAY PROGRAMEAGER TO SERVE, INC.
DISABILITY SERVICES CENTER (DSC)Services are designed to meet the unique educational needs of currently enrolled students with documented permanent/ temporary disabilities or disabling medical conditions. The Disability Services Center (DSC) is dedicated to the principle that equal opportunity be afforded each student to realize his/her fullest potential. The goal is to assist students with disabilities to function as independently as possible, and to ensure a comprehensively accessible college experience where individuals with disabilities have the same access to programs, opportunities and activities as all other students at the college. DSC offers its services to all students in face-to-face, hybrid, online courses and distance education programs. Documentation about your disability will need to be provided. Please contact Malka Edelman, Director to discuss your reasonable accommodations.SuffolkDISABILITY SERVICES CENTER (DSC)FARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
EARLY INTERVENTION EVALUATIONS AND SERVICESConducts evaluations (at home or community school) for children birth through 3 years old, suspected of having developmental delays. Qualifying children may be eligible for services in speech, occupational and physical therapy and special instruction. Evaluation and services are free to Nassau County residents.NassauEARLY INTERVENTION EVALUATIONS AND SERVICESKIDS FIRST EVALUATION AND ADVOCACY CENTER, INC./NASSAU
EDUCATION AND GUIDANCE PROGRAMProvides an after school tutorial program and a multicultural student council program. Call for further information.NassauEDUCATION AND GUIDANCE PROGRAMHEMPSTEAD HISPANIC CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC.
EMPLOYMENTProvides employment counseling, resume writing, job interview training, job placement and follow-up, and peer tutoring to 10-20 year old youth who are Hicksville and neighboring community residents.NassauEMPLOYMENTHICKSVILLE TEENAGE COUNCIL, INC.
FLORAL PARK YOUTH COUNCIL, INC.Provides educational and social activities for the youth (ages 5-15) of the Floral Park Bellerose School District. Services include: Teen Center (ages 12-up), Tween Center (ages 10-12), Jet Set (ages 6-9), homework help, peer tutoring and computer keyboarding, filing taxes program.NassauFLORAL PARK YOUTH COUNCIL, INC.FLORAL PARK YOUTH COUNCIL, INC.
GLEN COVE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB AT LINCOLN HOUSEOffers youth employment services, after school homework help, tutorial services, computer education classes, social, recreational and physical education and cultural arts programs. Call for Club Hours.NassauGLEN COVE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB AT LINCOLN HOUSEGLEN COVE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB AT LINCOLN HOUSE
HOMEWORK CENTERProvides a certified teacher as a tutor for students in elementary school who are residents of the Patchogue-Medford School District.SuffolkHOMEWORK CENTERPATCHOGUE-MEDFORD LIBRARY
IGNITE & ASPIRE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMSIgnite is an after school activity designed to create an alternative environment to promote healthy positive life choices for youth in grades 7-9. Aspire is an after school tutoring program to encourage academic growth in a one on one setting.SuffolkIGNITE & ASPIRE AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMSLIGHTHOUSE MISSION INC.
IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION PROGRAMOffers immigration services, ESL and civics classes, translation of documents, and legal assistance.NassauIMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION PROGRAMLA FUERZA UNIDA, INC.
KID-TOO-KID FOUNDATION, INC.Provides underserved children, ages 3-15, with tutoring support, educational and art supplies. Offers support to children in hope of fostering their artistic and creative abilities and developing compassion and empathy.SuffolkKID-TOO-KID FOUNDATION, INC.KID-TOO-KID FOUNDATION, INC.
LEARNING RESOURCE PROGRAMProvides support services to students with learning disabilities. The mission of the program is to provide an inclusive environment that enables students with documented Learning Disabilities and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder attain their educational goals. Using a supportive environment for academic and social success, the Program delivers individualized sessions provided by educational and counseling professionals that focus on the strengths, talents and needs of the student. Services and supports also include collaboration with faculty, staff and campus-wide support services, which foster independence and integration, consistent with the Adelphi University experience. Call or visit the website for further information and admissions procedure.NassauLEARNING RESOURCE PROGRAMADELPHI UNIVERSITY
LEARNING THROUGH INVOLVEMENT PROGRAMOffers athletes opportunity to participate in bowling, do volunteer work, and participate in tutorial programs and academic clubs. Aims to give students life experience through contributing to the community. Adult volunteers provide mentoring and/or job related experiences to participating athletes.NassauLEARNING THROUGH INVOLVEMENT PROGRAMHEMPSTEAD UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
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
LIBERTY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMRepresents a cooperative effort between the Suffolk County Community College and the Longwood Central School District, governmental agencies and business and industry to provide a unique, comprehensive and supportive environment for students for students who may be at risk of dropping out of school. LPP is funded by a grant from the New York State Education Department. The Liberty Partnerships Program serves those students in grades 7-12 who may not be reaching their academic potential by providing academic services that will improve their ability to complete high school and successfully enter postsecondary education or the workforce. LPP students who are juniors and seniors are also eligible to enroll in a two-semester program that leads successful students to one college credit upon completion. This offering contains a one-semester non-credit course that focuses on reading, writing, study skills, critical thinking and computer skills. The second semester course exposes students to topics of interest to college students and enhances their basic research skills. Additional credit-bearing courses are offered to students who successfully complete this sequence. LPP Program Services include: College preparatory coursework; Suffolk County Community College Seminar (leads to 1.0 college credits); LPP club and newsletter; Team building experiences; Cultural enrichment activities and field trips; Counseling; Tutoring and college placement test; ACT/SAT preparation classes; Regents review sessions; Student and parent leadership sessions and Workforce preparation which includes visits to and internships with business, industry and local colleges. For further information, contact Elizabeth Altman at (631) 451-4109 or Hagar Ali at (631) 451-4042.SuffolkLIBERTY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
LIFELINE MEDIATION CENTEROffers tutoring services, family counseling, individual counseling, and mentoring services. Also offers a job referral program. Call for more information.SuffolkLIFELINE MEDIATION CENTERLIFELINE MEDIATION CENTER
LITERACY AND BASIC EDUCATION SERVICESProvides basic literacy tutoring and ESL tutoring to adults. Offers tutor training workshops. Classes emphasize conversational English, listing/speaking and communication skills, grammar, vocabulary and writing. Classes are available from basic/beginner to advanced. Testing by appointment only. Please call for more information.SuffolkLITERACY AND BASIC EDUCATION SERVICESBRENTWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY
LITERACY AND LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTEROffers individual instruction in reading and writing-literacy as well as evaluations for children in grades 2 through 6 and high school students for SAT/Writing help. Instruction given by graduate students working towards masters' degrees in reading or special education, and supervised by college faculty. Call for additional information and to register.SuffolkLITERACY AND LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTERLONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY-BRENTWOOD CAMPUS
LITERACY CENTERProvides literacy assessment and instruction for students entering grades 1-12 who are experiencing difficulties in reading and/or writing. This includes problems with decoding, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and study skills. Teachers employ a variety of instructional approaches, based on the most current educational theory and research. Assessment and instruction are provided by New York State-certified teachers completing certification or a Master’s degree in literacy. Each new student entrant is individually evaluated before the instructional sessions begin, and an individualized plan is developed to meet the specific literacy needs of each student. The evaluation includes a combination of formal and informal assessments, personal interviews, and writing samples. Based on the results of the evaluation, students are placed in either small groups (no more than four students) or in an individual setting. Conferences inform parents of progress and make recommendations for support at home. At the end of the semester, a summary report is written for all students. Programs are offered during three semesters per year: Fall, Spring, and Summer. During the Fall and Spring semesters, classes meet for twenty, forty-five minute instructional sessions. In addition, Saturday classes are available; a single, ninety-minute session will be held per week. The cost of instruction is based on group or individual placement. A summer session is also available. For more information, contact the Literacy Center.NassauLITERACY CENTERADELPHI UNIVERSITY
LITERACY & LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTERProvides strategic learning skills to selected clients in the local community and serve as a supervised training facility for our graduate student interns. The Centers are staffed by graduate student interns who are in the process of completing a Master's degree in either Literacy or Special Education. Each clinician is closely supervised by professors who are faculty members of the department. The Clients are Students in grades two through six who have marked discrepancy between their potential and their actual achievement and will be considered as applicants for various programs. Programs include: Individual Assessment: Each student is administered a series of diagnostic tests which measures educational achievement, physical factors and intellectual potential. Detailed development history interview completes the appraisal. An individual program is designed for each client based on the results of the evaluation. Literacy (Reading) Instruction is on a one-to-one basis. The major goal of this program is to develop reading, writing, spelling and study skill strategies. Written summary reports detail outcomes and recommendations. Special Education (Learning) This program is designed to assist students to improve school related tasks. Instruction is on a one-to-one basis. Written summary reports detail outcomes and recommendations. Call for more detailed information.NassauLITERACY & LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTERLIU POST
LITERACY PEERSEmploys services of 13-20 year olds to deliver literacy and education activities to After School Program participants ages 5-11 year olds.NassauLITERACY PEERSLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
LITERACY SUFFOLK, INC.Provides free one-to-one and small group literacy tutoring for adult ESOL students and adult basic literacy students. Recruits and trains volunteer tutors. Maintains five regional offices throughout Suffolk County in the following public libraries: Amityville, Huntington (Huntington Station Branch), Mastics-Moriches-Shirley, Middle Country, Riverhead, and the Adult Literacy Center on the campus of Stony Brook. Maintains a Speakers Bureau. Call or visit website for further information and tutor training workshop schedule.SuffolkLITERACY SUFFOLK, INC.LITERACY SUFFOLK, INC.
LONG BEACH MARTIN LUTHER KING CENTER, INC.Provides tutoring, mentoring, recreation, referrals, advocacy, and community development services to children and families. Call or visit website for additional information.NassauLONG BEACH MARTIN LUTHER KING CENTER, INC.LONG BEACH MARTIN LUTHER KING CENTER, INC.
MALVERNE SCHOOL DISTRICT V.I.P.S. PROGRAMEnlists services of volunteers to provide reading and math support to individuals or small groups of elementary school children. Requires volunteers to commit to one hour weekly. There are also volunteers needed for seasonal or special projects which don't require a long commitment.NassauMALVERNE SCHOOL DISTRICT V.I.P.S. PROGRAMMALVERNE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
MENTORING PROGRAMOffers children in need the friendship and guidance of caring adult volunteers. Provides academic tutoring, athletics programs, arts and crafts, and vocational instruction. Requests adult volunteer commit for at least four hours per month, weekly or bi-weekly.NassauMENTORING PROGRAMMERCYFIRST
MENTOR/TUTOR PROGRAMProvides SUNY Stony Brook student volunteer memtors three afternoons per week to work one to one with JFK students. Students are recommended for the program by their guidance conselor and the focus of the session is social, academic and language skills. Training and support is provided by the Mentoring Partnership of Long Island. Call for more information.SuffolkMENTOR/TUTOR PROGRAMCOMSEWOGUE YOUTH CLUB
ONE TO ONE PATHWAYSOffers economically disadvantaged youth mentoring, tutoring, entrepreneurship/business training, dropout prevention services and community service opportunities. Requires volunteer mentors to commit to two hours weekly for six months. Functions in partnership with Pathways to serve students on the south shore of Long Island.NassauONE TO ONE PATHWAYSMEMORIAL YOUTH OUTREACH COUNCIL, INC.
OUTPATIENT CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY FOR YOUTH SERVICESProvides treatment and education about alcoholism and substance abuse for youth at risk and their families. Offers family education, individual, group and family therapy, 12-step recovery program, tutoring, after-school activities, and random alcohol and drug testing.NassauOUTPATIENT CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY FOR YOUTH SERVICESNORTH SHORE CHILD AND FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER
OUTREACH PROGRAMSOffers over 26 outreach programs to the local community. Ministries include youth outreach for children 8-16 years of age, academic enhancement which includes tutorial program, homework assistance, computer and study workshops. Additional programs include AA group meetings and a prisoner outreach ministry.NassauOUTREACH PROGRAMSMEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
PARTNERS TO POTENTIALOffers an afterschool tutoring program designed to help 7-10 year old children learn to read, develop socially, emotionally and spiritually, and build self-esteem. Volunteers commit to one afternoon a week from 3:15-5pm for one year helping a child to read. Call for further information and locations.SuffolkPARTNERS TO POTENTIALLONG ISLAND YOUTH MENTORING
PRE-TEEN TUTORINGOffers tutorial assistance to students ages 12 to 15 years old.NassauPRE-TEEN TUTORINGLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
PREVENTION NOT SUSPENSION-A POSITIVE ALTERNATIVE FOR HIGH RISK YOUTHProvides academic tutoring, social/life skill training, mentoring and prevention workshops for students that are referred by their school district due to behavior problems, truancy, and/or substance abuse.SuffolkPREVENTION NOT SUSPENSION-A POSITIVE ALTERNATIVE FOR HIGH RISK YOUTHSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
PROJECT 29A certified Juvenile Non-secure Detention Facility for girls and boys 10 through 18, remanded by Family Courts or placed by a Peace Officer. Provides care, supervision, educational and social services for Persons in Need of Supervision (PINS) and Juvenile Delinquents.NassauPROJECT 29LEADERSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE
PROJECT 350A non-secure juvenile group home for girls ages 10 through 18 remanded by Family Court or placed by a Peace Officer. Designed to provide educational and social services for Persons-in-Need of Supervision (PINS) and Juvenile Delinquents.NassauPROJECT 350LEADERSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE
READING PARTNERSOffers assistance to small group ( six children) of 5 to 11 year-olds who have demonstrated reading difficulties. Employs services of literacy instructors with credentials in education, literacy, and early childhood development.NassauREADING PARTNERSLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
READING/WRITING LEARNING CLINICDedicated to providing literacy support to children, adolescents, and adults in an environment where learners have the safety and support that allow them to take risks and gain confidence as they move toward developing mature control of literacy skills. The Reading/Writing Learning Clinic provides services to families in the communities that adjoin Hofstra University as well as in the larger metropolitan area. New York state-certified literacy specialists provide weekly small group or individual instruction. Instructional sessions focus on reading and writing as meaning construction and are carefully crafted to develop a flexible set of reading and writing strategies to use while reading or composing texts. Phonics and spelling skills are addressed and taught in the context of meaningful language study. Our program is modeled on a Reading/Writing workshop approach that creates an environment for engagement in author study, literature circles, and strategic reading and writing instruction. Students also participate in inquiry-based projects making use of fiction and/or nonfiction texts available from our library collection of award-winning children and adolescent literature, as well as through digital technology. The Reading/Writing Learning Clinic also offers professional reading and writing evaluations for school-aged children and adults. Our evaluations are qualitative assessments that describe the learner’s use of reading and writing strategies when transacting with and composing texts. The assessment process culminates with the development of a Biographic Literacy Profile which provides a detailed appraisal of the learner’s reading and writing strengths. Each literacy evaluation is conducted to advocate for the learner. Reading and writing proficiency is described in terms of meaning construction and our evaluations provide parents and teachers with straight-forward and individualized recommendations to support literacy development inside and outside of school settings. Call for more detailed information.NassauREADING/WRITING LEARNING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
REGENTS EXAM PREPARATIONOffers regents exam review courses for high school students. Our course instructors are highly qualified, experienced high school teachers. Topics are thoroughly reviewed and the latest Regentsexams are used for practice. Small classes allow teachers to provide individual attention to every student. Review texts included in all courses. Sample course offerings include: Algebra 1 (Common Core) Regents Review; Geometry (Common Core) Regents Review; Algebra 2 (Common Core) Regents Review; Earth Science Regents Review; Biology (Living Environment) Regents Review; Chemistry Regents Review; Physics Regents Review; and Global History & Geography Regents Review. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauREGENTS EXAM PREPARATIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
REGIONAL ENRICHMENT AGENCY OF COMMACK/HALF HOLLOW HILLS CYAProvides recreational, educational, employment and counseling programs for youth ages 10-21 in the school districts of Half Hollow Hills and Commack. Each regionally organized CYA develops programs based on needs of respective school districts and neighborhoods. Also provides preschool for 3 and 4 year olds for Half Hollow Hills School District Before and After preschool call for information.SuffolkTOWN YOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
ROSLYN AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMOffers group day care to children who attend elementary school in the Greater Roslyn area. The program, housed in the Heights School, provides nutritious snacks, homework supervision, indoor and outdoor recreation, body movement exercises, arts and crafts and computer technology training. Children may attend for a full week or part of a week. Fee based on the number of days of attendance and the family's ability to pay.NassauROSLYN AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMROSLYN AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM
SAT EXAM PREPARATIONOffers SAT Exam Preparation courses. High school students prepare for the new reformatted SAT including the reading, math, writing and language sections. Students rave about the individualized attention they receive from our experienced, professional and licensed SAT instructors. Those who have taken our course have increased their SAT scores by up to 360 points as a result of the course’s proven test-taking strategies and intensive review. The course fee includes all SAT prep materials. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauSAT EXAM PREPARATIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
SCHOOL AGE CHILD CARE PROGRAMOffers before and after school child care. Services include tutoring, group activity and recreation. Program is not available during holidays/vacations. For further information of guidance in the selection and location of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkSCHOOL AGE CHILD CARE PROGRAMPATCHOGUE MEDFORD UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
SOUTH SHORE SERVICES FOR THE HANDICAPPED (SSSH)Provides an opportunity for social interaction to further specific skill development relating to handicapped condition, and to encourage individuals to advocate on their own behalf. Provides referrals to respite and recreation programs. Support groups for siblings of the disabled. A mental health based program provides a range of psychotherapeutic service for individuals with highly specialized needs including the physically and developmentally disabled. Methodology includes individual, family, group counseling, advocacy, tutoring, socialization and skill training.NassauSOUTH SHORE SERVICES FOR THE HANDICAPPED (SSSH)NEW HORIZON COUNSELING CENTER (NHCC)
ST. MICHAEL'S RECREATION CENTEROffers a variety of recreational activities for ages 5 and up. Programs include afterschool tutoring, senior citizens, holiday crafts and summer programs. Facility available for non-profit community groups on a permit basis, and for parties, weddings and non-profit fundraising. Activities and class schedules vary. Call for information/schedules/fees.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR PREGNANT AND PARENTING TEENSProvides child care, parenting instruction, and other support services for pregnant and/or parenting students. Parenting instruction affords each student the necessary support and counseling in caring for his/her child. Home instruction is available for the period before and after the birth of the child. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR PREGNANT AND PARENTING TEENSWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
TEST PREPARATIONOffers a number of test preparation programs through classroom/online instruction throughout the year. A list of the classroom programs are as follows: SAT Review for High School Students; Regents Review for high school and middle school students and Catholic High School Entrance Exam (CHSEE) Prep. Online test preparation courses are also offered in the following areas: GED Preparation; GRE Prep Series; GMAT Preparation and LSAT Preparation. Call for detailed information.NassauTEST PREPARATIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
TUTORINGTrains and supervises adults and mature high school and college students to tutor children experiencing learning problems. Requests patient, understanding volunteers able to commit at least once a week.NassauTUTORINGNORTH SHORE CHILD AND FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER
TUTORING/POWER HOURProvides after school homework help and assistance by staff members. Tutoring provided by qualified volunteers.NassauTUTORING/POWER HOURHICKSVILLE TEENAGE COUNCIL, INC.
VOCATIONAL COUNSELING/EMPLOYMENT SERVICESProvides vocational/educational needs assessment, employment counseling, testing/assessment, referrals to community training/educational resources, liaison to community agencies, resume training, interviewing skills, coordination with other professionals at agency and outside of agency regarding client care, GED preparation, academic tutoring and mentoring, anger management, conflict resolution and workshop series.NassauVOCATIONAL COUNSELING/EMPLOYMENT SERVICESCOPAY, INC.
YOUTH AND ADOLESCENT SERVICES-WILLIAM FLOYD ADVANTAGE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMDesigned to improve academic performance and increase student participation in extracurricular activities, thereby reducing student involvement in risky behavior.SuffolkYOUTH AND ADOLESCENT SERVICES-WILLIAM FLOYD ADVANTAGE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL (EOC) OF SUFFOLK, INC.
YOUTH DIRECTIONS AND ALTERNATIVES CYAProvides recreational, educational, employment and counseling programs for youth ages 10-21 in the communities of Northport, East Northport, Harborfields, and Elwood. Each CYA is organized regionally by school district and develops programs based on specific needs of their respective school districts and neighborhoods.SuffolkTOWN YOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
YOUTH LEADERSHIP AND FAMILY SERVICESProvides an after school program for middle school students needing academic tutoring, recreational activities, educational workshops, informal individual/group counseling, college preparation for high school students, SAT preparation, financial aid form assistance, scholarship searching, community service and volunteer opportunities. Call for further information. Walk-ins welcome.SuffolkYOUTH LEADERSHIP AND FAMILY SERVICESADELANTE OF SUFFOLK COUNTY, INC.
YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED**During the COVID pandemic, the EOC switchboard is staffed part time from 7:30 to 1 pm M-F with no voicemail option. If you are unable to reach a staff member, please call back during the hours indicated.** Offers a comprehensive year round program including participation in local youth councils and a County-wide youth council. Summer programs include youth employment, leisure time and recreational/cultural activities. Also offers a Martial Arts Program, career explorations, Martin Luther King Scholarship which is given annually to deserving students, and the Kearse Soccer Clinic. Year round individual and family counseling offered. Tutorial and homework assistance is also available as well as workshops on substance prevention, underage drinking, teenage pregnancy, and HIV/AIDS. Call for more information.NassauYOUTH OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITEDECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC.
YOUTH SERVICESServices include registration, assessment, individual service strategy, tutoring, study skills training, alternative school, summer employment, work experience, internships, job shadowing, occupational skills training, leadership development activities, community service, peer centered activities, supportive services, adult mentoring, follow-up services, guidance and counseling, drug and alcohol abuse counseling and referral. Additional sites at Long Beach, Hicksville and Freeport.NassauYOUTH SERVICESHEMPSTEADWORKS
YOUTH TEST PREPARATIONOffers customized, comprehensive courses, taught by certified instructors, that are designed to help students improve test scores on the PSAT, SAT, and the Catholic High School Entrance Exams. Course Offerings: Algebra 2 Regents Preparation; Earth Science (The Physical Setting) Regents Prep; Living Environment Regents Prep; Chemistry Regents Prep; Algebra 1 Common Core Regents Review Course; Catholic High School Entrance Exam Preparation; SAT and ACT Prep; Geometry Regents Preparation; Global History Regents Prep and US History Regents Prep; Global History Regents 1 Day Prep; US History Regents Prep 1 Day Prep; Algebra 1 Common Core 1 Day Prep; Geometry Common Core 1 Day Prep; Algebra 2/Trigonometry 1 Day Prep; Earth Science (The Physical Setting) Regents 1 Day Prep; Living Environment Regents 1 Day Prep and Chemistry Regents 1 Day Prep. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauYOUTH TEST PREPARATIONHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION

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