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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
1901 DEPOT AND FREIGHT HOUSEDisplays railroad memorabilia and artifacts including a telegraph system. Also has a caboose on display.Suffolk1901 DEPOT AND FREIGHT HOUSELINDENHURST HISTORICAL SOCIETY
ACADEMIC CREDIT INTERNSHIPOffers a ten week summer course for college students in the field of journalism. A letter from the college they are attending is required along with students transcript. Student must attend two to three days a week and at least one weekend between June and mid August. Applications for internships can be found on website. Call for further information.SuffolkACADEMIC CREDIT INTERNSHIPNEWSDAY
AFTER SCHOOL HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE PROGRAMProvides an education-focused group to assist youth age 12 and under with remedial support. Learning tools include arts and crafts, field trips, guest speakers and discussion groups. Program Sites: Clara H. Carlson School-235 Belmont Boulevard, Elmont, New York 11003 and the Gotham Avenue School-Gotham Avenue, Elmont, New York 11003. Call for more information.NassauAFTER SCHOOL HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE PROGRAMGATEWAY YOUTH OUTREACH, INC.
AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMOffers a structured afterschool program including a healthy snack, supervised homework help, and free time for reading, games and outdoor sports, all under staff supervision. Call for more information.SuffolkAFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMCOMSEWOGUE YOUTH CLUB
AMERICANA STUDENT CENTEROffers individual programs in reading and math to accelerate the learning process for students in grades K-12 at all ability levels. Offers PSAT, SAT, GRE preparation, writing workshops, and a study skills course. Call for more information.NassauAMERICANA STUDENT CENTERAMERICANA STUDENT CENTER
AMERICA'S CHILDProvides assistance for higher education, as well as mental and physical health care to children who lost one or both parents in the fight against terrorism in the US Military. Call or visit website for further information.AMERICA'S CHILDTWIN TOWERS ORPHAN FUND
BEFORE AND AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMSProvides before and after school childcare for grades K-6 which includes homework help, recreation and socialization. Five sites throughout the Town of Hempstead. Call for locations and fees. For further information or guidance in the selection and location of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.NassauBEFORE AND AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMSFRIEDBERG JCC
BIG HELP VOLUNTEER GROUPProvides Half Hollow Middle School students the opportunity to become involved in community services such as environmental projects, fund-raisers, etc. Groups meet monthly to decide on projects.SuffolkBIG HELP VOLUNTEER GROUPREACH CYA
BULLY HELPLINEProvides a helpline for students, parents, and educators to call for guidance and assistance with incidents involving bullying, harassment and discrimination.NassauBULLY HELPLINECAPS-CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION SERVICES
CHOICES OPEN OUR LIVES PROJECTProvides an after school program for 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls that addresses social, emotional and developmental issues facing young women. Objective is to empower young women by developing leadership skills and self-esteem, and deter at-risk behaviors.SuffolkCHOICES OPEN OUR LIVES PROJECTNORTH FORK WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER
COINDRE HALL MARINE PROGRAMProvides educational programming, outreach, and classes in commercial fisheries, seafood marketing, aquaculture, marine environmental issues, and fisheries technology. Offers a summer camp program featuring environmental science for children 6-12 years old.SuffolkCOINDRE HALL MARINE PROGRAMCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF SUFFOLK COUNTY
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 EDUCATION PROGRAMProvides workshops and seminars on Adolescent Suicide Prevention, Stress Reduction and Crisis Intervention at schools for parents, students and teachers for service groups and community organizations throughout Suffolk County. Staff consists of Masters level psychiatric social workers and professionally trained community educators. Also provides therapist referrals and a referral service. Call.COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMRESPONSE OF SUFFOLK COUNTY, INC.
COMPASS PROJECTProvides a resource and socialization program for high school and college students on the Autism Spectrum, and/or those who have learning disabilities, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and other special needs. Designed to help youth and their families through the transition from high school to college and other post-secondary alternatives. Offers counseling, career assessment, and guidance for individuals and their families, all within a Jewish context.NassauCOMPASS PROJECTJEWISH CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION
CORNELL MARINEOffers marine and environmental education, as well as maritime history tours and classes for students 3 years of age to adults. Call for more information.SuffolkCORNELL MARINECORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF SUFFOLK COUNTY
EAST WOODS SCHOOLNon-sectarian day school of boys and girls grades Nursery-8th. Academic curriculum also includes art, shop, dramatics, music, photography, physical education and computer scienceNassauEAST WOODS SCHOOLEAST WOODS SCHOOL
EDUCATIONProvides a variety of innovative, hands-on school discovery programs to actively involve students in discovering and analyzing many aspects of Long Island history. These programs include role playing, handling objects, house hunts, creative writing, and art workshops. Call for more information.SuffolkEDUCATIONSOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF LONG ISLAND ANTIQUITIES
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.
EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP FUNDProvides post secondary scholarships to children or spouses of victims of the terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and passengers on Flight 93 on September 11, 2001. Application forms are available on the website. Write or E-Mail for further information.EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP FUNDTHE CHILDREN AND SPOUSES' POST SECONDARY EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP FUND
EDUCATION SERVICESProvides various in-school programs. Speakers available for high school presentations.SuffolkEDUCATION SERVICESMOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING, LONG ISLAND CHAPTER
EMANUEL LUTHERAN SCHOOLChurch sponsored Lutheran School offering full and half day preschool programs for children who are 3 and 4 years old and a full day kindergarten for 5 year olds and grades one through eight. Also provide a before-care program beginning at 7am and after-care program available until 6pm. 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.SuffolkEMANUEL LUTHERAN SCHOOLEMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAMConducts lessons in environmental science for elementary and high school students in East Hampton, Shelter Island, Southampton, Bridgehampton and Riverhead. Lessons take place both in the classroom and in the field. Call for more information.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAMGROUP FOR THE EAST END INC.
EVENING RECREATIONProvides Basketball, Volleyball, Chess, board games arts and crafts and PG rated movies at the JFK Middle School gymnasium. Call for more information.SuffolkEVENING RECREATIONCOMSEWOGUE YOUTH CLUB
FAIR HOUSING TESTERSOffering an opportunity for individuals to be Fair Housing Testers. LIHS is a nonprofit fair housing agency with openings for testers. Testers are considered per diem employees rather than employees. However, LIHS will train and pay volunteers Testers a stipend of $17.00 per hour plus travel expenses. Candidates must have the following qualifications: Must attend training session must be reliable must have reliable transportation Willing to work in Nassau & Suffolk Ability to follow instruction, follow through ability to write a report responsibly maintain communication honesty and objectivity and a clean record (no record or fraud convictions). LIHS needs conscientious people for this project.SuffolkFAIR HOUSING TESTERSLONG ISLAND HOUSING SERVICES, INC.
FAMILIES OF FREEDOM SCHOLARSHIP FUNDCoordinates scholarship funds created to assist families of people killed or permanently disabled in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Each fund has its own policies and requirements, including 2 or 4 year colleges, vocational schools, undergraduate or graduate study, etc. GO TO WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE LIST OF SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS AND OF INDIVIDUAL COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS.FAMILIES OF FREEDOM SCHOLARSHIP FUNDSCHOLARSHIP AMERICA
FREEPORT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY AND DAY CAREOffers private school for K through 8th Grade. Also offers before and after school day care and a summer program. Call or visit website for additional information.NassauFREEPORT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY AND DAY CAREFREEPORT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY AND DAY CARE
FRIENDS FROM SUNSHINE CENTER CHARACTER EDUCATION PROGRAMTeaches children, in grades K-3, character education and social skills through directed lessons, songs, multi-cultural puppets, stories and activities. Cultural diversity, anger management, conflict resolution, strategies for dealing with bullies and the understanding of emotions are some of the issues that are addressed. Training, in the areas of alcohol, drugs and violence prevention is available. This program is available to schools and agencies.SuffolkFRIENDS FROM SUNSHINE CENTER CHARACTER EDUCATION PROGRAMSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
HARRY B. THOMPSON MIDDLE SCHOOL MENTORING PROGRAMPairs middle school students with caring adult mentors who offer friendship and serve as positive role models. Requests volunteer mentors (typically school staff) to commit for one year.NassauHARRY B. THOMPSON MIDDLE SCHOOL MENTORING PROGRAMSYOSSET CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
HOLY ANGELS REGIONAL SCHOOLOffers a Catholic School for Kindergarten-8th grade. Serves the Longwood, William Floyd, South Country, Middle Country, Patchogue-Medford, Sachem, Bayport-Blue Point, and Sayville school districts.SuffolkHOLY ANGELS REGIONAL SCHOOLST. FRANCIS DE SALES ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
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
INTERGENERATIONAL SERVICE PROGRAM-GREAT NECK SENIOR COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTERStudent volunteers from Great Neck High Schools are trained as volunteers. Program supervisor supervises student volunteers and makes assessment of seniors in program. Program identifies the continuing needs and networking resources for the homebound. Serves seniors 60 years and older. Serves the Great Neck, New Hyde Park, and Manhasset communities. This program is partially funded by the Nassau County Department of Senior Affairs as a Multi Service Senior Center.NassauINTERGENERATIONAL SERVICE PROGRAM-GREAT NECK SENIOR COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTERGREAT NECK SENIOR CENTER, INC.
INTERNSHIPSOffers several summer intern positions at a not for profit organization, dedicated to providing native wildlife rehabilitation services and natural science education. The interns will assist with animal care of permanently disabled wildlife and the rehabilitation of wildlife brought to the center. The candidates should have a love of animals and preferably some experience working with animals. This is a unique opportunity to work with a variety of wildlife, from turtles to owls, close up. With the help of experienced naturalists and rehabilitators the intern can learn a great deal about the natural history and habits of each individual species as he/she helps prepare them to return to the wild. The animal care intern will assist with feeding, record keeping, routine care of patients, treatments and evaluations. Although we are excited to accommodate an intern or volunteer at any time during the year the greatest need is during the months of May, June, July, August and September. It is preferred that interns work at least 15 and 20 hours per week and must be 18 years of age or older. Other internships include Butterfly and Moth Vivarium Intern, Garden Intern and Summer Education Intern. Those willing to volunteer their time are always welcome. Call for more information.SuffolkINTERNSHIPSE.C.S.S. SWEETBRIAR NATURE CENTER
INTERNSHIPSProvides opportunities throughout all areas of the council (Marketing, Public Relations/Communication, Program for Social Work and Psychology Majors) to apply knowledge learned in a working environment. Serves college level students, both undergraduate and graduate levels.SuffolkINTERNSHIPSGIRL SCOUTS OF SUFFOLK COUNTY
INTERNSHIPSOffers internship opportunities for those seeking a hands on learning experience in the field of: Law Public Administration Finance Communications Journalism Archival History. Students must submit a resume and cover letter. Call for further information.NassauINTERNSHIPSNASSAU COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE
INTERNSHIPSOffers internship positions at the National Marfan Foundation that was founded in 1981 by people affected by the Marfan syndrome and their families. Its purpose is to: disseminate accurate and timely information about the condition to patients, family members and health care providers, provide support for patients and their families and support and foster research. Intern position requirements include: interest in/desire to explore health policy, social work, genetics counseling, health education or program elements of a non-profit organization, ability to organize multi-phase projects, strong oral and written communications skills, interest in interacting with healthcare professional, patients and families, computer literate with working knowledge of word processing and e-mail and an interest in using databases and the ability to work effectively with others as well as independently. Call for further information.NassauINTERNSHIPSNATIONAL MARFAN FOUNDATION
INTERNSHIPSOffers paid summer internship in Retail Advertising you will be responsible for selling and servicing new and existing accounts within specific sales territories. Ideally you will possess innovative problem solving skills, strong organizational/time management skills and excellent interpersonal/presentation skills. You must have a clean/valid NYS driver's license with a registered vehicle for use throughout the internship. Call for further information.SuffolkINTERNSHIPSNEWSDAY
INTERNSHIPSUtilizes the help of interns with various skills, talents, education and interests, including MS Access database design and programming, LAN maintenance, web and e-mail experience, PR, Marketing and promotional writing and graphic design. If you have database experience and/or education you might: create and organize a database of potential coalition partners, potential funders, board members, test an application, broadcast from a database, add new fields or design new reports. If you have web or email experience and/or education you might: help with the creation and launch of an e-newsletter, outreach via emails to existing database list, create automatic templates/responses to FAQ emails, monitor web bulletin board or conduct internet searches to find suitable posting for our web sites. If you have PR, marketing, promotional writing or graphic design experience and/or education you might create an updated media list, catalogue media coverage of the NAMC and Mothers, help create a new agency brochure and look and help create and implement ongoing projects. An internship with the NAMC would also offer the chance to help with special events, help with mailings, get involved with women's issues, meet and network with other women's organizations, learn about the non-profit world, work with board members and others in various fields and work with a friendly, low key but busy staff. Call for further information.NassauINTERNSHIPSTHE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MOTHERS' CENTERS
INTERNSHIPSOffers interns the opportunity to experience all departments of the WBAB organization from programming to promotions to production to sales. You will work alongside professional people who will show you the skills you'll need to get a job in this highly competitive industry. If you are interested, send a copy of your resume with a short cover letter to the address below.SuffolkINTERNSHIPSWBAB RADIO
INTERNSHIPSOffers opportunities to currently matriculating undergraduate and graduate students interested in a career in television to gain hands-on experience in non-profit management, fundraising, graphic arts, publicity, website development, community outreach events, marketing, engineering, production or programming. Volunteer opportunities are also available for anyone over 16 and to organizations who want to donate their time. Training will be provided.NassauINTERNSHIPSWLIW NEW YORK PUBLIC TELEVISION
LONG ISLAND AQUARIUM & EXHIBITION CENTERProvides a wide range of educational opportunities to schools, teachers, local groups and individual families. Some programs include special presentations about our marine life exhibits, outreach programs, and even behind-the-scenes tours. Internships are also offered for High School and College Students.SuffolkLONG ISLAND AQUARIUM & EXHIBITION CENTERLONG ISLAND AQUARIUM & EXHIBITION CENTER
LONG ISLAND GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCE NETWORKProvides training, education, support, and networking to students and staff at Long Island High Schools who wish to establish a gay-straight alliance (GSA). Alliances provide a safe place for gay and non-gay students and increase awareness of the various challenges facing gay and lesbian students. Call for information.SuffolkLONG ISLAND GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCE NETWORKTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
LONG ISLAND WORKS COALITIONRegional initiative to bridge the gap between business and education. It targets businesses, academia, parents, students (kindergarten through college) and the community at large. Prepares students with the knowledge, skills, and experience to be successful in the workforce and increases awareness of the educational and career opportunities that exist on Long Island. Provides development and oversight to school advisory boards. Supports presentations to agencies, professionals, parents and students that evaluate trends in the workplace. Also explores and develops ways to prepare a skilled workforce. Develops and supports collaborative efforts to academia, business and individuals. Seminars, job fairs, and resource coordination is available through website. Provides electronic internship clearinghouse for college and high school students.SuffolkLONG ISLAND WORKS COALITIONLONG ISLAND WORKS COALITION
LONG ISLAND YOUTH FOR CHRISTProvides the Christian message of hope, forgiveness and love to teenagers from all denominations and backgrounds. LIYFC trains and motivates young people to be leaders and positive examples among their peers. Mobilizes church youth to service projects and individual acts of caring and love. Serves all of Long Island. Newsletter and Agency Brochure available.SuffolkLONG ISLAND YOUTH FOR CHRISTLONG ISLAND YOUTH FOR CHRIST
MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUNDProvides scholarships at City College of New York for children of city firefighters and police officers, in memory of those killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. Contact the Foundation for further information.MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUNDNATIONAL NOTARY FOUNDATION
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
NATIVE LIFE AND ARCHAEOLOGY AND COLONIAL LIFE AND TECHNOLOGYProvides nine volumes on Long Island Natives and Archaeology, curriculum booklets, posters, etc. for students. Offers programs in libraries, schools, Hoyt Farm Park, and Blydenburgh County Park. Appointment required.SuffolkNATIVE LIFE AND ARCHAEOLOGY AND COLONIAL LIFE AND TECHNOLOGYSUFFOLK COUNTY ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
OLD VILLAGE HALL MUSEUMPreserves and exhibits local history and presents programs on the local history of Lindenhurst. Tours are available. Call for additional information.SuffolkOLD VILLAGE HALL MUSEUMLINDENHURST HISTORICAL SOCIETY
OUR KIDS IN ACTION ANNUAL YOUTH CONFERENCEProvides opportunities for middle and junior high school students to participate in an Annual Youth Conference. Students create and develop marketing materials and have opportunities to interact with their peers and highlight each other.SuffolkOUR KIDS IN ACTION ANNUAL YOUTH CONFERENCEOUR KIDS IN ACTION
OUR LADY QUEEN OF APOSTLES REGIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOLElementary school following the New York State Curriculum and the Diocese of Rockville Centre curriculum. Serves Pre-K-8th grade.SuffolkOUR LADY QUEEN OF APOSTLES REGIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOLOUR LADY QUEEN OF APOSTLES REGIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL
OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONOffers outdoor/environmental education programs in three outdoor learning laboratories. Also offers in-school assembly programs and other special services such as environmental consultants and special programs for gifted/talented and special education youngsters.SuffolkOUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONSCOPE EDUCATION SERVICES
PACE UNIVERSITY REMEMBERS SCHOLARSHIP FUNDProvides scholarships for undergraduate, graduate, and law to students who are spouses, partners, sons and daughters of any victim of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Flight 93 in Pennsylvania. In addition, current students who lost a parent or a spouse or partner in the attacks will be eligible. Call for further information.PACE UNIVERSITY REMEMBERS SCHOLARSHIP FUNDPACE UNIVERSITY
PEER TUTORIAL PROGRAMProvides 5-14 year olds with peer tutoring assistance for help with school work and study skills. Aims to instill positive attitudes toward education.SuffolkPEER TUTORIAL PROGRAMUNITED NORTH AMITYVILLE YOUTH ORGANIZATION, INC.
PERSONS IN NEED OF SUPERVISION-NASSAUProvides an education specialist who serves on the PINS Diversion Team which reviews and assesses if the child has a school problem that requires further intervention, an education advocate will then negotiate, mediate or represent on the student's behalf.NassauPERSONS IN NEED OF SUPERVISION-NASSAULONG ISLAND ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.
PERSONS IN NEED OF SUPERVISION-SUFFOLKProvides an education specialist who serves on the PINS Diversion Team, which reviews and assesses. If the child has a school problem that requires further intervention, an education advocate will then negotiate, mediate or represent on the student's behalf.SuffolkPERSONS IN NEED OF SUPERVISION-SUFFOLKLONG ISLAND ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.
PORTLEDGE SCHOOLTraditional, academically demanding, college preparatory, co-educational day school serving grades Pre-Nursery-12. Extensive athletic and extracurricular activities complement the sequential academic program. Advanced placement courses are available in most subjects and there is an extensive fine art program.NassauPORTLEDGE SCHOOLPORTLEDGE SCHOOL
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
SACC PROGRAMProvides school age child care for children ages 5-12. For further information or guidance in the selection and location of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkSACC PROGRAMBOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF THE BELLPORT AREA
S.A.T. PREP COURSESProvides high school students a S.A.T. preparatory workshop with intensive review in English and Mathematics. Online and face-to-face courses available.SuffolkS.A.T. PREP COURSESSCOPE EDUCATION SERVICES
SCHOLARSHIPSUNCF provides support for students' education and development through scholarships and other programs, strengthens its 37 member colleges and universities, and advocates for the importance of minority education and college readiness.SCHOLARSHIPSUNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND
SCHOOL AND AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMSOffers programs for school children, pre-k through 12th grade, September through June. Call or visit website for further information and current exhibit schedule.SuffolkSCHOOL AND AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMSLONG ISLAND MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, HISTORY, AND CARRIAGES
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM AND EVENTSPromotes youth leadership and participation in fundraising events that are mutually beneficial to both patients and students in the metropolitan area. Program is facilitated by Retired Educators and provides volunteer opportunities to very young children through college years. Call for further information.NassauSCHOOL AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM AND EVENTSCHILDREN'S MEDICAL FUND OF NEW YORK
SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH ALLIANCECollaborates with local school personnel in Queens, Staten Island, Nassau and western Suffolk counties to address students' inter-related mental, emotional, and academic difficulties. Offers prevention, treatment and rehabilitative services for a wide range of mental health and substance abuse conditions. Provides educators with a comprehensive list of available service programs and support groups, complete with descriptions, contact persons, procedures and telephone numbers. Assists with evaluations, outpatient appointments, admissions and referrals as appropriate. Offers schools site-based crisis and substance abuse services, consultations, professional development programs and thematic presentations. Maintains an interactive informational and educational website focusing on mental health and substance abuse issues, for use by school staff, students, and families. This site includes the Directory of North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Programs and Services.NassauSCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH ALLIANCELONG ISLAND JEWISH MEDICAL CENTER
SCHOOL TOURS OF THE WALT WHITMAN BIRTHPLACEOffers students an interdisciplinary historical and literary experience, directly related to the New York State Social Studies curriculum and enables students to develop a greater knowledge and appreciation of American and Long Island history. Students are encouraged to develop critical thinking skills and enhance creativity by actually producing poetry. Call for further information.SuffolkSCHOOL TOURS OF THE WALT WHITMAN BIRTHPLACENEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF PARKS, RECREATION, AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION/LONG ISLAND REGION
SCIENCE LEARNING CENTEROffers hands on programs in the learning center to students in first through twelfth grades. The programs focus on physical sciences and utilize the inquiry method of teaching along with exploration time with museum exhibits. During school vacations, the museum is open for Scouts, Enrichment/Remedial Programs and Science Clubs. Call for reservations and more information.SuffolkSCIENCE LEARNING CENTERBROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY
SEPTEMBER 11 RESOURCE PAGEProvides information on special scholarship funds established nationwide for the higher education of World Trade Center victims families and families affected by other disasters. Website offers many links to scholarship listings as well. Scholarship listings include the specific eligibility criteria of each fund.SEPTEMBER 11 RESOURCE PAGENATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT FINANCIAL AID ADMINISTRATORS
SEPTEMBER 11TH SCHOLARSHIPProvides scholarships for dependents of those killed or permanently disabled in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The University is committed to meeting the full financial need of these students. Contact the University for further information.SEPTEMBER 11TH SCHOLARSHIPUNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
SEPTEMBER 11TH SCHOLARSHIPProvides scholarships for dependents of those killed or permanently disabled in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Financial aid will be coordinated with Scholarship America. Contact the college or FFSF for further information.SEPTEMBER 11TH SCHOLARSHIPWALDORF COLLEGE
SOCIAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPSOffers workshop for children ages 5-8 and 9-12(parents included). This program provides education and support to families. Topics include building healthy friendships, communication skills, understanding and expressing feelings, dealing with teasing and bullies, and more. Discussion groups, creative arts, games and hands-on activities are utilized to increase understanding and strengthen social skills. Teen Support Group also available for ages 13 and up. The Parent Component offers support and guidance to parents, and provides practical skills for helping their child in a variety of situations. The Parent Component meets at the same time the children's program runs.SuffolkSOCIAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPSSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
SOUTH BAY ART ASSOCIATIONEncourages the creation and appreciation of the visual arts. Activities include monthly meetings with demonstrations, lectures, critiques, morning sketch groups, workshops in various media, exhibits, newsletters, and other events, many which are geared toward raising funds for the Scholarship Fund. Call for more information.SuffolkSOUTH BAY ART ASSOCIATIONSOUTH BAY ART ASSOCIATION
SPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENTProvides educational services including special placement and individualized programming, instruction and support services for exceptional children and youths.SuffolkSPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENTPATCHOGUE MEDFORD UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
SUFFOLK COUNTY MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING CENTEROffers education programs focused on marine environmental issues for school groups, community groups, families, teachers, adults and children.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING CENTERCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF SUFFOLK COUNTY
SUMMER SCIENTIFIC WORK PROGRAM (SSWP)Offers college students the opportunity to complete a four week summer internship where students have the chance to observe and ask questions in order to learn more about the medical field. Students rotate through various departments in order to gain a well rounded experience of the hospital. Daily lectures are given by representative physicians from many of the medical specialties and sub-specialties. Some topics include general surgery, oncology and hematology, neurology, dermatology, orthopedics, cardiology and plastic surgery.NassauSUMMER SCIENTIFIC WORK PROGRAM (SSWP)LONG ISLAND JEWISH VALLEY STREAM
TEACHING STUDENTS TO BE PEACEMAKERSA program designed to teach all students negotiation and mediation skills. Helps students to implement a peer mediation program to help regulate and control their own actions. Focus: elementary school, middle school, secondary school, post-secondary programs.TEACHING STUDENTS TO BE PEACEMAKERSTHE COOPERATIVE LEARNING INSTITUTE
TEEN LEADERSHIP COUNCILOffers programs which will help enhance social responsibility and leadership skills. Provides community service projects, field trips, guest presentations, prevention focused lessons, social events, and more.SuffolkTEEN LEADERSHIP COUNCILSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
THE DE LA SALLE SCHOOLProvides tuition-free Catholic education to economically disadvantaged young men, many from troubled school districts and mostly immigrants or sons of immigrants in grades 5-8NassauTHE DE LA SALLE SCHOOLTHE DE LA SALLE SCHOOL
THE KID ESTEEM SCHOOLOffers The Montessori Program which strives to foster the child's independence and to help them develop a love of learning. For children Pre-K through 5th grade.SuffolkTHE KID ESTEEM SCHOOLTHE KID ESTEEM SCHOOL
THE LONG ISLAND SCHOOL OF THE ARTSOffers a wide range of instruction in the arts through group classes, private instruction, workshops, performances and collaborations with various outside groups. Offers an arts-based pre-K program, an affiliated before and after care program and a variety of private and group vocal and instrument classes, including offerings for special needs students in the music therapy department. Call for more information.SuffolkTHE LONG ISLAND SCHOOL OF THE ARTSTHE LONG ISLAND SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
THE NEEDHAM SEPTEMBER 11TH SCHOLARSHIP FUNDScholarships for private secondary school or college/university for children who lost a parent in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Awards will be based on individual need, scholastic abilities and community/civic involvement on a case-by-case basis. Call for further information.THE NEEDHAM SEPTEMBER 11TH SCHOLARSHIP FUNDNEEDHAM & COMPANY, LLC
VOLUNTEERINGVolunteers assist in patient-related and non-patient related activities in various service areas and departments of the Hospital. Applicants must meet hospital's basic health and immunization standards.NassauVOLUNTEERINGWINTHROP UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
WACHTELL, LIPTON, ROSEN AND KATZ SCHOLARSHIP FUND AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITYProvides five scholarships for dependents of the firefighters, police officers, port authority officers and emergency medical services personnel who lost their lives responding to the World Trade Center terrorist attacks. The scholarships will provide full tuition, room and board at New York University. Call for further information.WACHTELL, LIPTON, ROSEN AND KATZ SCHOLARSHIP FUND AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITYNEW YORK UNIVERSITY
WALT WHITMAN BIRTHPLACE MUSEUM AND STATE HISTORIC SITEPreserves (jointly with the Walt Whitman Birthplace Association) the 1819 house in which Walt Whitman was born, making the poet, his life, and his work accessible to those visiting the site. Also offers lectures, workshops, seminars, poetry readings, Art Gallery, poetry festivals, and exhibits. Call for more information.SuffolkWALT WHITMAN BIRTHPLACE MUSEUM AND STATE HISTORIC SITENEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF PARKS, RECREATION, AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION/LONG ISLAND REGION
WORLD TRADE CENTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-CUNYOffers scholarships to any CUNY institution to cover tuition, room/board, fees, books, supplies and transportation for 4-5 academic years of full-time undergraduate study. Call or visit website for further information.WORLD TRADE CENTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-CUNYNEW YORK STATE HIGHER EDUCATION SERVICES CORPORATION

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