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Ringing the NY Stock Exchange Opening Bell

Harlem Center for Education had the pleasure of assisting in ringing the NY Stock Exchange opening bell on Friday, January 6 at the invitation of Maureen Hoyler, President of the Council for Opportunity in Education (COE). I was there as HCE’s representative along with one of our alumni students, Noah Morton, and we were also […]

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Climb the career ladder…with certificates

Are you an adult with a long-term educational goal, but need skills for employment now? Consider a community college certificate! Certificates allow you to earn a college credential, which you can use for employment,  in less than a year. Another benefit is that you can transfer the credits you have earned from the certificate and […]

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Harlem Center Staff

We welcome a new member to the Harlem Center for Education Fiscal Team, Yun Yan Chi. We wish Sherry Wang best wishes on her soon to be new arrival member to her family.                   Harlem Center for Education Staff (From left to right) Wilma Ron, Paula Martin, […]

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Overnight Trip Sparks College Dreams

As part of our Early College Awareness Initiative, the middle school component took students on an overnight college trip to expose students to various different college environments.  The two colleges we visited was the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and Morgan State University.  These two universities are significant in that students discovered that colleges […]

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HCE 33rd Annual Awards Ceremony

  HCE 33rd Annual Awards Ceremony On Thursday, June 20th, 2013 Harlem Center for Education held its 33rd Annual Awards Ceremony recognizing our participants, staff, partners and donors for their hard work and contributions to our organization. There were over 100 persons in attendance. Local politicians, community leaders, our partner school staff, parents, donors and […]


 
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NYSECOE2014.1

Ringing the NY Stock Exchange Opening Bell

Harlem Center for Education had the pleasure of assisting in ringing the NY Stock Exchange opening bell on Friday, January 6 at the invitation of Maureen Hoyler, President of the Council for Opportunity in Education (COE). I wa...
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Climb the career ladder…with certificates

Are you an adult with a long-term educational goal, but need skills for employment now? Consider a community college certificate! Certificates allow you to earn a college credential, which you can use for employment,  in less ...
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Harlem Center Staff

We welcome a new member to the Harlem Center for Education Fiscal Team, Yun Yan Chi. We wish Sherry Wang best wishes on her soon to be new arrival member to her family.                 &n...
by Wilma Ron
 

 

 
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GED: Tick, tock, tick, tock…

    If this were a GED essay, I’d tell my students to begin this way, Should the GED Exam be harder than it is now?  This is a controversial subject. Some people say the GED is already an excellent indication of hi...
by Jane Adamo
 

 
 
UMBC

Overnight Trip Sparks College Dreams

As part of our Early College Awareness Initiative, the middle school component took students on an overnight college trip to expose students to various different college environments.  The two colleges we visited was the Unive...
by Mercedes Jennings
 

 
 
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Bronx Zoo Discoveries

  So Alas, its summertime, which means barbeques, swimming pools, beaches, roller coasters and ice cream! Yes, lots of ice cream. But guess what, summer programs can be cool and fun as well.   As part of the Middle S...
by MBillini