Partnerships at The Laboratory School of Finance and Technology

 

Organization Grades Focus
6-12 Areté Education challenges the status quo by providing academic, social, and emotional support to students while working hand in hand with the school the students attend. We extend the traditional school day, week, and year with enhanced learning experiences that are fully integrated into school communities. We motivate students with aspirational and experiential learning in a nurturing but rigorous environment where they develop the skills to succeed in school and beyond.
6-12 The Education Office is a technical body of the Diplomatic Mission of Spain to the U.S. and Canada.  Its goal is to promote the Spanish language and culture in the U.S./Canadian education systems and support the English-Spanish bilingual programs in the K-12 education system in Spain.  *Named an International Spanish Academy
6-12 Futures and Options has empowered New York City’s underserved youth to explore careers through career development and paid, mentored internships. We reach out to teens at a formative time of their lives, guiding them to further their education and become contributing citizens.
6-12 DreamYard programs develop artistic voice, nurture young people’s’ desire to make change and cultivate the skills necessary to reach positive goals. We believe that young people in the Bronx need a continuous set of supports to help them towards positive outcomes as they navigate their educational pathway. We have every expectation that through offering sustained and meaningful supports our youth will develop the necessary tools to become creative and engaged citizens, life-long learners and the leaders and innovators of the 21st century.
6-12 The Charles Hayden Foundation seeks to promote the mental, moral and physical development of children and youth ages five to eighteen in the metropolitan area of New York and the City of Boston. Our focus is on those institutions and programs serving youth most at risk of not reaching their full potential, especially youth in low-income communities.
6-12 For nearly 100 years, the Heckscher Foundation for Children has worked to level the playing field for underserved youth, principally in New York. We support innovative, results-driven programs and partnerships, and focus our giving on education, including college access and persistence, workforce training and jobs access, and arts education that improves achievement in the classroom.
6-12 The Randall’s Island Park Alliance, Inc. (RIPA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works with the City of New York and local communities to provide an innovative and exciting destination through a wide range of sports venues, cultural events and environmental exploration. As the dedicated steward of Randall’s Island Park, the Alliance sustains, maintains, develops and programs the Park to support the wellbeing of all New Yorkers.
6-8 Lincoln Center Education’s mission is to enrich the lives of students, educators, and lifelong learners by providing opportunities for engagement with the arts onstage, in the classroom, digitally, and in the community. Our programs and initiatives reach hundreds of thousands of students, educators, teens, and seniors locally and around the world each year.
6-8 Harlem Lacrosse’s mission is to empower the children who are most at risk for academic decline and dropout to rise above their challenges and reach their full potential. Harlem Lacrosse inspires children to dream about tomorrow while working hard on the field and in the classroom today.
6-8 The Middle School Quality Initiative (MSQI) is the New York City Department of Education’s focused effort to expand the number of middle schools that prepare students for college and career success.  It is the product of the New York City Council Middle School Task Force ongoing collaboration with the DOE.  *Named Model MSQI School
6-8 ExpandED Schools is a nonprofit dedicated to its mission of closing the learning gap by increasing access to enriched education experiences.
6-8 Junior Achievement is the recognized leader in “empowering young people to own their economic success®” through volunteer-led, experiential learning. We are dedicated to providing a positive, enriching learning experience free of bias. Junior Achievement welcomes K-12 students, volunteers and potential staff regardless of race, religion, age, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or any other legally protected characteristic.
6-8 The Situation Project is on a mission to stimulate and expand the imaginations of student sin local communities.  Our efforts nurture untapped talent pools by investing in the cultural capital of students in high-performing, arts-deficient New York City public schools. We do this by exposing these students and their communities to cultural experiences, institutions and working professionals.
8-11 We bring together teams of teachers working in historically oppressed communities to reimagine the classroom experience for all students, resulting in dramatic gains in academic achievement and diverse groups of apprentice teachers prepared for success in the classroom.
9-12 CollegeBound Initiative (CBI) empowers young women and men to realize their higher education and career potential by placing full-time college guidance experts in high-need public schools. CBI counselors maximize students’ college awareness, access, and financial aid awards.
9-12 College Advising Corps works to increase the number of low-income, first-generation college, and underrepresented high school students who enter and complete higher education.
9-12 CARA’s mission is to ensure that first-generation college students, low-income students, and students of color have the knowledge and support necessary to enroll in and persist through college.
9-12 AP for All aims to ensure that by fall 2021, students at all high schools will have access to at least five AP classes, thereby increasing college and career readiness for all students. To accomplish this goal, AP for All seeks to: expand the number of AP courses within schools that have not historically offered them; increase the equity of AP course enrollment across all schools; and provide necessary supports to schools in order to improve student performance on AP exams.
9-12 SEO Scholars creates a more equitable society by closing the academic and opportunity gap for motivated young people. Our free eight-year program successfully educates and mentors underserved public high school students to and through college, with a 90% college graduation rate.
9-12 Project Destined is 501(c)3 non-profit that administers a real estate based applied youth education program designed to promote financial literacy, leadership development and access to mentorship opportunities yielding increased competitiveness of urban youth.  Across multiple modules, Project Destined scholars gain exposure to all aspects of the real estate investment life cycle while gaining exposure to real industry professionals, analyzing real opportunities and helping to invest real capital into real estate within their own communities.
9-12 The United States Military Academy has been educating, training, and inspiring leaders of character for our United States Army and for the nation for more than 200 years.
11-12 Through the use of virtual reality and interactive 360° experiences, You Visit enables students to participate in high quality campus tours without ever leaving their classrooms.
11-12 iMentor builds mentoring relationships that empower first-generation students from low-income communities to graduate high school, succeed in college, and achieve their ambitions.