Tuesday, 31 July 2018 / Published in News
Internationals Network for Public Schools designs, develops, and supports public schools for recently-arrived immigrant and refugee students.  The 15 International High Schools in NYC support 5,354 immigrant and refugee youth across the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan. Students attending Internationals Network’s schools are newcomers who have been in the country for four years or less
Tuesday, 24 July 2018 / Published in News
Each year, Safe Horizon’s Streetwork Project reaches thousands of street-involved young people, connecting them to safety, resources, and an affirming community in which to heal. We offer a continuum of supports to meet young people where and when they need it: Outreach advocates conduct 14,000 contacts with street-involved young people across the five boroughs, offering
Monday, 16 July 2018 / Published in News
Youth in foster care are among the most vulnerable in the city: Nearly half never graduate high school; 68% of former foster children will be on food stamps; seven out of ten homeless people in New York were once in foster care. Foster Pride helps youth in foster care develop their talents and build self-esteem
Friday, 13 July 2018 / Published in News
Today, we are thrilled to introduce Shanitra Hood. She inspires us at JAR to continue to support the John A. Reisenbach Memorial Scholarship program at John Jay College and our other non-profit partners. Shanitra details her incredible achievements as a John Jay Scholar: My name is Shanitra Hood, and I am currently a New York