Our College Prep program at the CUNY Fatherhood Academy at Kingsbroough Community College is NOW accepting fathers and expecting fathers between the ages of 18 and 30 years old! This program is perfect for fathers who are looking to make a major life improvement for themselves and their families! This 12 week/2 days a week program is perfect for fathers who are looking to enroll in college and gain experience in the workforce!
(CUNY Fatherhood Academy also will be offering their FREE High School Equivalency preparation program in Spring 2017. )
Both programs provide internships, workshops on college readiness, resume writing and so much more! You will receive free metrocards, mentoring opportunities and fun family events, among other many other incredible resources.
*update as of December 2016. We are currently only offering the Food Service Upgrade training program. If you would like more information or would like to sign up for an application session, please follow this link to our application session page.
Dreams AND careers begin here!
You can get a head start on your dreams, and onto a great career path by enrolling in one of our affordable Northeast Resiliency Consortium training programs through Kingsborough Community College’s Center for Economic and Workforce Development in Brooklyn. NRC training programs prepare individuals for employment and career advancement in the high-growth sectors of Culinary Arts, Maritime Technology, and Health Care.
Are you a high school student who’s interested in science and/or business? In our second year, the Brooklyn Science Innovation Initiative at Kingsborough will host a group high school students to participate in an on-campus summer intensive. BSII pairs a college-level, earth science course with an entrepreneurial experience to inspire interest in science through a real-life experience.
July 2016 – August 2016
Mondays – Thursdays; 9:30am – 3:30pm
Kingsborough Community College
2001 Oriental Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY 11235
free month-long Metrocard
4 college credits for those who successfully complete the program
Designed by Farm student aide, Tirrell Alford, the logo features KCC’s iconic MAC building (Marine Aquatic Center…did you know KCC has an aquarium on campus?) and what some might say is the Farm’s most famous produce: carrots. We couldn’t be more pleased!
Are you interested in a career in the food industry? Maybe a career as a Community Health Worker? At CEWD’s Spring 2015 Open House, you’ll get information about (and even sign up for!) our affordable job training program, the Northeast Resiliency Consortium. In addition to career-specific training, our programs offer supportive services including career advice, resume and cover letter assistance, job placement assistance, academic advisement and so much more!