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Reel Works Learn more at www.reelworks.org Reel Works Teen Filmmaking is centered of the conviction that every young person has a story to tell and an important contribution to make our world.

We believe that filmmaking holds within it essential disciplines of literacy, communication, creative and critical thinking, storytelling and teamwork that young people need to effectively express their unique visions. In the process they gain self-esteem, master state-of-the-art technology and are transformed from passive consumers to active creators of media. We say to teens: You have a voice. U

We believe that filmmaking holds within it essential disciplines of literacy, communication, creative and critical thinking, storytelling and teamwork that young people need to effectively express their unique visions. In the process they gain self-esteem, master state-of-the-art technology and are transformed from passive consumers to active creators of media. We say to teens: You have a voice. U

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Merced “Mercy” Rodriguez is a Reel Works alumni and graduate of the MediaMKRS program with a long-standing career workin...
08/09/2021
MediaMKRS Spotlight: Mercy Rodriguez — Reel Works

Merced “Mercy” Rodriguez is a Reel Works alumni and graduate of the MediaMKRS program with a long-standing career working in the art departments of the entertainment industry since 2014. She was seeking a career change just before the pandemic shut down all production, which inevitably impacted her income.

After hearing about the program from a friend, Mercy applied for the second cohort of the WarnerMedia Post Production Coordinator training program in the fall of 2020. Through a partnership with WarnerMedia Access, Reel Work launched this free seven-week remote training to develop Post-Production Coordinators in 2020. The training prepares early-career professionals to work in high-end scripted programming.

“I had an amazing time. It was a challenging year and I did not get to socialize much prior to the program. [The training] became a bit of a safe haven...There was so much I realized I didn’t know about TV and film. It was a little overwhelming at first, but [the instructors] never made us feel dumb or that any question was too stupid. They were always so willing to give their time even outside of classroom hours.”

Read the full blog post here: https://www.reelworks.org/blog/mediamkrs-spotlight-mercy-rodriguez

Merced “Mercy” Rodriguez is a Reel Works alumni and graduate of the MediaMKRS program with a long-standing career working in the art departments of the entertainment industry since 2014. She was seeking a career change just before the pandemic shut down all production, which inevitably impacted ...

We were thankful to be invited back to participate in ViacomCBS’ Annual Virtual Community Day on June 17th. This volunte...
08/03/2021
Reel Works takes part in ViacomCBS Virtual Community Day 2021 — Reel Works

We were thankful to be invited back to participate in ViacomCBS’ Annual Virtual Community Day on June 17th. This volunteer day brought together industry professionals and employees at ViacomCBS who used their expertise to give advice, guidance and feedback to our young filmmakers at Reel Works and MediaMKRS.

Read the full blog post here: https://www.reelworks.org/blog/reel-works-takes-part-in-viacomcbs-virtual-community-day-2021

We were thankful to be invited back to participate in ViacomCBS’ Annual Virtual Community Day on June 17th. This volunteer day brought together industry professionals and employees at ViacomCBS who used their expertise to give advice, guidance and feedback to our young filmmakers at Reel Works and...

We are thrilled to announce that we’ve recently launched our Reel Works blog. Read on to learn about our experimental Su...
07/27/2021

We are thrilled to announce that we’ve recently launched our Reel Works blog. Read on to learn about our experimental Summer Lab, our youth Ambassadors, and how MediaMKRS Industry Upskill courses are helping students gain the skills they need to launch their careers in media: https://mailchi.mp/e966d53e78a4/reel-works-july-newsletter

The Summer Lab is a four-week intensive workshop for rising 9th and 10th graders to create experimental films. Regardles...
07/26/2021
Reel Works Virtual Summer Lab — Reel Works

The Summer Lab is a four-week intensive workshop for rising 9th and 10th graders to create experimental films. Regardless of their prior experience level, students tell their stories through creative experimentation, understanding camera angles and composition, creating an emotional experience through video editing, and even designing custom foley sound effects.

This year, we are offering both a live and virtual Summer Lab serving a total of 20 young filmmakers!

Student Lisa Iizuka shared, “I learned a lot about all of the components in filmmaking. It was fun to create all the small films and the games we play in the beginning of class are really fun!”

Read the full blog post here: https://www.reelworks.org/blog/reel-works-virtual-summer-lab

The Summer Lab is a four-week intensive workshop for rising 9th and 10th graders to create experimental films.  Regardless of their prior experience level, students tell their stories through creative experimentation, understanding camera angles and composition,  creating an emotio

This year we celebrated 20 years of mentoring and training youth across the city. We were thrilled to welcome Christiami...
07/21/2021
Celebrating 20 Years of Youth Development — Reel Works

This year we celebrated 20 years of mentoring and training youth across the city. We were thrilled to welcome Christiamilda Correa, Director of Individual Giving and Special Events, to the Reel Works team in January 2021. Christiamilda helped us produce a milestone fundraiser for a leading youth development non-profit in the height of a global pandemic. Our goal was to engage the broader community with four highly curated virtual events leading up to the Gala.

Read the full blog post here: https://www.reelworks.org/blog/celebrating-20-years-of-youth-development

This year we celebrated 20 years of mentoring and training youth across the city. We were thrilled to welcome Christiamilda Correa, Director of Individual Giving and Special Events, to the Reel Works team in January 2021. Christiamilda helped us produce a milestone fundraiser for a leading youth dev

To help candidates prepare for careers in media, Reel Works’ MediaMKRS program is partnering with leading media companie...
07/19/2021
Expanding our MediaMKRS Industry Upskill Courses — Reel Works

To help candidates prepare for careers in media, Reel Works’ MediaMKRS program is partnering with leading media companies to identify specific skills that they seek in new hires. Together, we create free online mini-courses to enable applicants to enhance their skills before they apply to industry opportunities, opening up new job opportunities, building career awareness, and adding credentials to their resumes. Employers will gain access to candidates with the skills they need and candidates are able to gain skills and knowledge that employers value.

With a 2-year grant from The Carroll and Milton Petrie Foundation, we will expand our course curriculum and launch a pilot program in partnership with Kingsborough Community College & Bronx Community College for Continuing Education. This pilot will increase access to our MediaMKRS Industry Upskill Courses for non-MediaMKRS enrolled CUNY students.

Read the full blog post here: https://www.reelworks.org/blog/expanding-our-mediamkrs-industry-upskill-courses

To help candidates prepare for careers in media, Reel Works’ MediaMKRS program is partnering with leading media companies to identify specific skills that they seek in new hires. Together, we create free online mini-courses to enable applicants to enhance their skills before they apply to industry...

This past year, 220 middle and high school students in 8 schools across NYC discovered the fun of filmmaking with Reel W...
07/08/2021

This past year, 220 middle and high school students in 8 schools across NYC discovered the fun of filmmaking with Reel Works In Schools - our free program that brings professional filmmakers into classrooms to inspire youth people to collaborate and create short films, music videos and visual art.

See what they created in our second annual Reel Works In Schools Virtual Film Festival: https://mailchi.mp/75eece912e12/reel-works-in-schools-newsletter-year-in-review

This past year, 220 middle and high school students in 8 schools across NYC discovered the fun of filmmaking with Reel Works In Schools - our free program that brings professional filmmakers into classrooms to inspire youth people to collaborate and create short films, music videos and visual art.

See what they created in our second annual Reel Works In Schools Virtual Film Festival: https://mailchi.mp/75eece912e12/reel-works-in-schools-newsletter-year-in-review

07/07/2021
NYWIFT Talks Reel Works

We're live! Join the team behind Reel Works, Co-Founder, Senior Director of Education and Programming Stephanie Walter, Director of Workforce and External Partnerships Keisha Katz, to discuss 20 years of Reel Works and the impact we have made by providing platforms for the underserved community while inspiring others to follow a similar path. https://fb.watch/v/1OzK-3WmV/

Youth voice is central to all Reel Works programs.  And to make sure that student leaders have a say in our programs and...
06/28/2021
Letting Young People Lead — Reel Works

Youth voice is central to all Reel Works programs. And to make sure that student leaders have a say in our programs and our community, we created Reel Works Ambassadors - a select group of young filmmakers from our premier programs.

Read the blog post here: https://www.reelworks.org/blog/letting-young-people-lead

Youth voice is central to all Reel Works programs. And to make sure that student leaders have a say in our programs and our community, we created Reel Works Ambassadors - a select group of young filmmakers from our premier programs: The Documentary Lab, The Narrative Lab, Reel Works Fellows, and

"This was truly an experience that I will never forget! It was my first time being part of a production crew and my firs...
06/22/2021

"This was truly an experience that I will never forget! It was my first time being part of a production crew and my first time directing. I worked alongside an amazing group of people. The one thing that I enjoyed the most was seeing everybody work together and solve any challenges that came our way. It was also cool to learn about all the different jobs in a production crew and how much planning it takes to make a film. So a big thank you to my mentor, the actors, and the crew for helping my vision come to life!" - Maya Velazquez

Narrative Lab student Maya Velazquez recently shot her film "Crossroads". Her film is about a homeless man named Cory who hasn't recovered from the loss of his father. After discovering a lost wallet with 20 dollars inside, Cory must decide what he really values in life.

Maya is currently editing her film and can't wait to show you her film soon!

"I remember pitching my film, Revelations, almost two years ago not expecting the untimely events of the pandemic. I had...
06/15/2021

"I remember pitching my film, Revelations, almost two years ago not expecting the untimely events of the pandemic. I had thought with quarantine now in effect, my story that I had spent many hours on would never come to vision. Thankfully, I had an amazing team who knows their craft and helped me (safely of course) shoot Revelations. Going into the first day of shooting I had no idea what to expect from being a director for the first time. It was nerve-racking at first, I knew I had to make quick decisions on set that at first seemed overwhelming for anyone, but I realized that I gracefully transitioned into the role of director. I knew exactly what I wanted for a scene, and if I didn’t I had an amazing team who could give me support when I didn’t know all the answers. The shoot for both days went great! My awesome DP Tyler Gurdon and Gaffer Ian Chen helped to capture all of the scenes I had envisioned since finalizing the script, ultimately bringing Revelations to life. I look forward to now getting my hands on the footage and with the support from Reel Works edit together Revelations to show a meaningful story of identity and coming out of your comfort zone just how I have during this new exhilarating experience." - Julissa Bedford

We're incredibly proud of Julissa for shooting her Narrative Lab film "Revelations". Julissa is a Daniel Gerson Memorial Fund for the Arts recipient. The Daniel Gerson Memorial Fund for the Arts supports underserved students who are learning to create narrative films. The scholarship recipients are chosen based upon how both the narratives of their films and their personal life stories reflect an attempt to work through and overcome adversity, something that we believe Daniel would have been profoundly moved by and grateful to support. Learn more at danielgersonfund.org. @danielgersonmemorialfund

We're so excited to participate in FREEFEST, a Juneteenth Festival! Join the online and in-person celebration from June ...
06/08/2021

We're so excited to participate in FREEFEST, a Juneteenth Festival! Join the online and in-person celebration from June 14-19th that will include films, music, and discussions on various social and cultural topics to uplift and honor Black experiences and communities. To rsvp, visit https://ffflypaper.org/FREEFEST.

We're so excited to participate in FREEFEST, a Juneteenth Festival! Join the online and in-person celebration from June 14-19th that will include films, music, and discussions on various social and cultural topics to uplift and honor Black experiences and communities. To rsvp, visit https://ffflypaper.org/FREEFEST.

You are invited to the 1st Reel Works Underground Film Festival on Friday June 4th at 5PM ET! We will be showcasing film...
06/03/2021

You are invited to the 1st Reel Works Underground Film Festival on Friday June 4th at 5PM ET! We will be showcasing films made by Reel Works students in the community! Register for the event and come see some masterpieces: https://bit.ly/3pp07qk

You are invited to the 1st Reel Works Underground Film Festival on Friday June 4th at 5PM ET! We will be showcasing films made by Reel Works students in the community! Register for the event and come see some masterpieces: https://bit.ly/3pp07qk

05/27/2021
Reel Works 20th Anniversary Gala Highlight

We are beyond grateful for the love and support we received at Reel Works 20th Anniversary Gala on May 26, 2021. Thank you to our industry ChangeMakers Issa Rae Presents, Eddie Huang, and the Co-Authors of the Reimagined Inclusion Rider - Kalpana Kotagal, Fanshen Cox, and Dr. Tasmin Plater who made this celebration so special.

We were honored to have all of our host Bryan Terrell Clark and special guests LL Cool J, Perry Yung, James F. Lopez, Caroline Joyner, and DJ DOMO.

We're so very proud of each and every one of our student filmmakers Maya Velazquez, Marcus Cochran, Jesus Luna, Elena Goluboff, Khiari Jaffier and the films they each created.

Thank you to our amazing sponsors for their tremendous support - ViacomCBS, WarnerMedia, Netflix, Bloomberg Philanthropies and RadicalMedia LLC.

And thank you to YOU for helping make a difference in youth lives. When you change the storytellers, you change the world!

Support Reel Works: https://one.bidpal.net/reelworks/search/donation

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Join us on our YouTube Channel tonight at 7:45 PM ET for our after party celebration with DJ DOMO - jam out to music wit...
05/26/2021

Join us on our YouTube Channel tonight at 7:45 PM ET for our after party celebration with DJ DOMO - jam out to music with us as we celebrate #ReelWorksGala and our 20th Anniversary! http://youtube.com/reelworks

Join us on our YouTube Channel tonight at 7:45 PM ET for our after party celebration with DJ DOMO - jam out to music with us as we celebrate #ReelWorksGala and our 20th Anniversary! http://youtube.com/reelworks

05/25/2021
One Day Away from The Gala!

Don't miss it! Tomorrow is our 20th Anniversary Gala featuring Issa Rae Presents, Eddie Huang, the Co-Authors of the Reimagined Inclusion Rider, Bryan Terrell Clark and more plus our student finalists for the F. John Outcalt Award for Outstanding Filmmaking. Tune in tomorrow, 7pm ET! www.reelworks.org/gala #ReelWorksGala

Reel Works Co-Founders Stephanie Walter and John Williams share why they began Reel Works 20 years ago. Joined by young ...
05/22/2021
MetroFocus: May 21, 2021 - MetroFocus

Reel Works Co-Founders Stephanie Walter and John Williams share why they began Reel Works 20 years ago. Joined by young filmmaker Maya Velazquez and Broadway star Bryan Terrell Clark, watch the interview on MetroFocus: https://www.thirteen.org/metrofocus/2021/05/metrofocus-may-21-2021-dras0l/#
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Reel Works is a Brooklyn based youth media and workforce readiness program that matches underprivileged BIPOC young adults with professional filmmaker-mentors as a pathway to success and into an industry that is notoriously difficult to break into.

05/21/2021
Join us for the Reel Works 20th Anniversary Gala!

Join us along with host Bryan Terrell Clark for the Reel Works 20th Anniversary Gala on May 26th at 7pm ET. We'll be honoring the amazing Actress, Writer and Producer Issa Rae Presents, Film Director, Author, Chef and Producer Eddie Huang, and the Co-Authors of the Reimagined Inclusion Rider Kalpana Kotagal, Fanshen Cox and Dr. Tasmin Plater. www.reelworks.org/gala

#ReelWorksGala Endeavor Cohen Milstein Boogie Perry Yung Color Of Change

"As Reel Works celebrates its 20th anniversary, the organization both reflects on milestones it has passed and looks for...
05/21/2021
“A Dream of Education”: Reel Works Celebrates its 20th Anniversary | Filmmaker Magazine

"As Reel Works celebrates its 20th anniversary, the organization both reflects on milestones it has passed and looks forward to opportunities the future holds while staying true to its mission of empowering youth to share their stories through filmmaking." - Filmmaker Magazine

Thank you to Filmmaker Magazine for celebrating our 20 year milestone with us! Read the article here: https://filmmakermagazine.com/111712-a-dream-of-education-reel-works-celebrates-its-20th-anniversary/#.YKcQqZNKhQI

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Making a film is just a personal exercise until the filmmaker presents his or her work before a real audience. Reel Impact is a comprehensive distribution program in which teen filmmakers learn how to bring their stories to new audiences through broadcast, web-cast, film festivals and community screenings. Reel Impact brings the power of Reel Works’ films to settings where they can have the greatest effect on audiences – and on the filmmakers themselves. A comprehensive distribution program, Reel Impact teaches teen filmmakers how to create and build their own websites and become online activists who bring their stories to new audiences. Teens curate and lead regular community screenings, upload weekly web-casts and submit their work to film festivals and broadcasters year-round. Through partnerships with educators and non-profits working with teens, our student’s films are used as educational tools on subjects such as teen pregnancy, teen depression, confronting racism and more. Over seven million people have seen our work since 2005 and over 60% of all films produced in the Lab find audiences outside our immediate community.

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CASTING FEATURE FILM FEATURING LATINX CHARACTERS Nef Jones Casting is casting girls, 18-24 who are Latinx/Afro-Latinx in the feature film 'FORWARD', written by Mary Ann Anane and directed by Mexican director Cris Gris. This is a SAG-AFTRA feature film that has support from The Sundance Institute. Lookbook, team bios, and script are attached. We are opening up the search to include people who may not have prior acting experience, but who feel super authentic to the characters. No prior acting experience is necessary Logline: After moving to the working class part of the Hamptons, a Latinx teen cleaning for the elite explores identity and love in the shadows of gentrification and inevitable loss. SHOOT DATES/LOCATION: September - early October 2021 in the Hamptons and NY area. For the Hamptons portion of the shoot, talent will be housed and transported. Ideally talent is generally local to NYC. See specific shoot commitments in role descriptions below. PAY: SAG-AFTRA Union Rates. Weekly rates: $2393.72 per week for prep/fittings assumes an 8 hour day, and $2883.34 per week for shoot weeks assumes a 12 hour day, plus overtime pay. Daily rates: $690.10 for 8 hr day (rehearsal/prep), $921.25 for 12 hour day (shoot days). Overtime will also be paid where applicable. See specific shoot commitments in role descriptions below. We are seeking the following roles: BELLA: (17, Afro-Latinx - looking for ages 18+ to play younger). Bilingual in Spanish & English. Carefree, speeding through life on her roller skates. See full character description attached. Will likely be needed for 1 week of prep/rehearsal, and 5 weeks of shooting. LEAD. ANA: (16, Latinx - looking for ages 18+ to play younger). Bilingual in Spanish & English. Innocent, well-mannered, hard working. See full character description attached. Will likely be needed for 1 week of prep/rehearsal, and 5 weeks of shooting. LEAD DANIELA: (17, Latinx - looking for ages 18+ to play younger). Fun loving, best friend and frequent skating partner of Bella. See full character description attached. Will likely be needed for 2-3 days of prep, and 5-10 days of shooting.SUPPORTING. LENA: (20s, White Latinx). Too cool for you. Works as a hairdresser, a benefit to her white passing looks. See full character description attached. Will likely be needed for 2-3 days of prep, and 5-10 days of shooting. SUPPORTING. SOFIA: (17, Latinx - looking for ages 18+ to play younger.) Ana's older sister and polar opposite. As in, she’s a regular disobey parents, sneak out in the middle of the night, teenager. See full character description attached. Will likely be needed for 1 week of prep/rehearsal, and 3 weeks of shooting. SUPPORTING. If you are a fit for one of these roles, please email [email protected] with the following ASAP: Name, contact number, where you're located Role you are applying for and why you feel you're a fit 2-3 recent photos of yourself - they do not have to be professional, whatever you would post to instagram is fine! If you are a fit, we will follow up with additional info!
For members of the arts community who have ADD/ADHD, Anxiety or Similar issues. The Manhattan Adult ADD Support Group has been meeting in NYC since 1992. We are now using Zoom. If you'd like to join our community, please E mail us at [email protected] (include your E mail) or Subscribe directly to our forum: ManhattanAdultADDSupportGroup+[email protected] (all Zoom invitation links are posted in our forum).
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Seeking Filmmakers and Screenwriters!! Please feel free to share. Our team at SEI Studios is hosting a screenwriting competition. The top 5 finalists win a trip to pitch their script at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. One winner will receive $10k PLUS a 6-month paid virtual residency with Strayer Studios. Click through to learn more and apply.
Ralph K. Scott Screening Truth to Power Young filmmakers using the power of media to influence social action Sat. Oct 27, 2018 3:00PM Freer|Sackler 1050 Independence Ave SW Washington, DC 20560 A powerful film presentation and discussion surrounding socially relevant films made by young inner city filmmakers. The films to be presented explore important contemporary social topics from critical perspectives. We will showcase stories from filmmakers that aren’t afraid to tell stories that make some people uncomfortable and get right to the heart of the issue. “Screening Truth to Power” spotlights first films by an emerging generation of filmmakers, determined to tell it like it is. Student filmmakers use narrative and documentary filmmaking to help tell the stories from their perspectives. Armed with cameras and microphones, deploying narrative, documentary and experimental approaches, these newcomers present the unvarnished truth about urban survival. Having honest conversations about these topics is paramount. Filmmaker, media activist, Ralph K. Scott explores what's percolating in recent student films from New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and Chicago and consults the directors about the challenges of distinguishing sensationalism from the drama of uncomfortable‎ Truth. ‎Join this lively discussion and meet tomorrow's headliners today! Animated Sportraits A presentation of stop motion animations by: Lyndon Joseph Barrois 3pm, October 26, 2018 Lyndon Joseph Barrois spent a lot of his spare time as a child twisting and forming bubble gum wrappers into his favorite sports heroes. He has since found a way to put those miniature sculptures into action using stop motion animation. Stop motion animation is a painstakingly tedious process of photographing each and every movement of the characters and the surrounding background. He calls these short animated films “Animated Sportraits”. “Animated Sportraits” began with his creating an entire lineup of race horses and Black jockeys. His latest short focuses on the saga of boxer, Jack Johnson. These “...Sportraits” were eventually exhibited around the world. His childhood passion for twisting gumwrappers into mini-sculptures of his sports heroes fed his grown up mastery of stop frame animation - the most labor-intensive and vintage form of filmmaking. Like nothing you've ever seen before the ‎short animations of Lyndon Joseph Barrois are sly, biting, winsome, and unforgettable. Despite what you may have perceived, there are many prominent African Americans in the world of animation. New Orleans-born Barrois, has an impressive list of high visibility digital animation credits (I Robot, The Matrix, The Thing, The Tree of Life, among other contributions to film and tv shows) but these films reveal a distinctive, personal art form. Ralph K. Scott unpacks the legacy of African American animators and all Barrois's distinctive ilk Barrois adds to it. CAAMA will present the Smithsonian African American Film Festival, October 24 – 27, to showcase historical and contemporary media works highlighting black experiences in America. Programming will include a range of film screenings, engaged discussions with filmmakers and film scholars, as well as presentations on visual culture and representation. The festival will provide a unique opportunity to interpret cinema and media art works through the museum’s exhibitions. Thematic programming for the festival will connect directly to the exhibitions Making A Way Out of No Way, Power of Place, and Cultural Expressions. The four-day film festival will occur October 24 – 27, 2018 in the nation’s capital and will showcase ‘cinema. history. culture.’ One of our festival goals is to provide festivals attendees with an opportunity to learn from leading industry experts as they share insights from their career. You have been selected because your work demonstrates a commitment to African Americans in film and the media arts. Presentations created, developed and moderated by: Ralph K. Scott of Social Cinema Project Ralph K. Scott is a filmmaker, film promoter, educator and media activist. The Social Cinema Project (SCP), an innovative social justice initiative that uses film to promote social awareness to spark change. In an effort to further educate and inform, the Social Cinema Project will screen short films that focus on many forms of media that may have an impact on historical and social awareness and explore important contemporary topics from critical perspectives. After the screenings, there will be a discussion of the issues explored in the films. The Social Cinema Project wants to motivate change in policy and the justice system.
If you are a young person who wants to earn a high school diploma while working on an internship, JVL Wildcat Academy may be for you! Seats are available for immediate admission. We offer a safe, welcoming, non-violent environment for all. Participate in student activities, trips, team sports, college visits, etc. while going to classes & working a 20-hour per week internship on alternate weeks: • Work in our IT Dept or hone your journalism, computer graphics or photography skills with the school Yearbook. • Sample the work world with assignments in retail, health care, fighting hunger, manufacturing, fitness, office support, animal care & welfare, community development, law & criminal justice, education, marketing & business, etc. • Or learn about the restaurant business at our in-house culinary program. You must have previously attended high school to transfer. Applications are being accepted NOW for admission. Juniors & seniors, call our Battery Place campus Admissions at 212-918-0004, write us at [email protected] or drop by for an application (17 Battery Place, first floor, corner of West St). Freshmen & sophomores, call our Hunts Point campus Admissions at 212-209-6119, write us at [email protected] or come in for an application (1239 Lafayette Ave, corner of Barretto St). Or download an application here on the website www.jvlwildcat.org