Know any NYC high school students in grades 10–12 who would enjoy getting the opportunity to help organize and lead meaningful community service projects later this year?
The DOE’s Service in Schools (SIS) team is looking for City high school students to apply for its Service in Schools Leadership Institute, a five-day service-learning program that provides students in grades 10–12 with the opportunity to develop their leadership skills as they help plan and implement the DOE’s fifth annual Youth Service Summit for elementary school students.
The five-day Institute, which will take place during Spring Recess (Monday, April 2 – Friday, April 6, 2018) in midtown Manhattan, will train participating students to identify, plan, and lead service projects that will take place later this year during and after the day-long Youth Service Summit on Friday, May 25. Students who complete the Institute and the Youth Service Summit will become certified as Service in Schools Leaders in recognition of their leadership and positive impact on their communities.
Students who participate in the Institute will be provided breakfast, lunch, and a daily MetroCard during the week-long event.
Please click on the link below to learn how to apply: