Brooklyn Campus
Community Connections
America Reads
Jumpstart Brooklyn
Learning Center For Family & Educators (LCEF)
Family University (FUN) Afterschool Program
Advantage After School Program (AASP)
Bridge Programs
Charles Evans Inniss Scholars Program
Liberty Partnership Youth Empowerment Program
Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP)
Extension Program
The Center for Urban Educators (CUE)
Intensive Teacher Institute for Bilingual/ESL Teachers(ITI-BE/ESL)
Liberty Partnership Youth Empowerment Program

With the long-term efforts of this dropout prevention program, the Brooklyn Campus annually assists more than 190 students in grades six through 12 and their families. From the time of initial enrollment through their completion of high school and entry into college or the workforce,students are provided tutoring, workshops, home visits and academic,personal and family counseling plus high school and college preparation and other services. The program is supported by the combined efforts of the Brooklyn Campus, schools in Community School District 32 and local organizations, businesses and city and state agencies.

For more information, contact Roland H. Robinson at (718) 488-3399. The Liberty Program is an after-school academic tutorial program and is open to local area high school students free of charge.

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If you would like to support any of the programs described in this publication, please call:

Gladys Schrynemakers
Office of the Provost
(718) 488-3405

Long Island University Brooklyn Campus Community Connections
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