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  • 115th Street Branch Library

    History: The 115th Street Branch of The New York Public Library, built with funds given to the city by Andrew Carnegie, opened in 1908. A three-floor building, its distinctive facade and enduring elegance inspired its designation as a New York City landmark building. The N...

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  • 58th Street Branch Library

    Branch History: The 58th Street Branch of The New York Public Library opened on May 10, 1907. Once housed in a Carnegie building it now occupies part of two floors of an office tower. The Library has been open at its present site since 1969. The first floor is accessible ...

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  • Adelphi University Manhattan Center

    The Adelphi University Manhattan Center offers evening and weekend undergraduate and graduate programs in social work, nursing, education and teacher certification designed for people seeking to change career paths, as well as those who wish to develop greater skills in thei...

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  • Aguilar Branch Library

    Branch History: One of the oldest branch libraries in New York, the Aguilar Library was founded in 1886 and is named for Grace Aguilar, a Sephardic Jewish author. In 1905, when it became part of The New York Public Library, Aguilar was serving large Jewish and Italian im...

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  • Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

    About Us The Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library opened in its current location at 40 West 20 Street, NY, NY, in 1991. Formerly, the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, the facility was renamed in honor of the former chairman of The New York Pub...

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  • Barnard College

    Mission Statement:Barnard College aims to provide the highest quality liberal arts education to promising and high-achieving young women, offering the unparalleled advantages of an outstanding residential college in partnership with a major research university. With a dedica...

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  • Baruch College

    Mission Statement:Baruch College of the City University of New York remains dedicated to being a catalyst for the social, cultural, and financial mobility of a diverse student body, reflective of its historical mission. Baruch College educates men and women for leadership ro...

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  • Berkeley College - Lower Manhattan Extension Center

    Berkeley's Lower Manhattan Extension Center is located in the heart of New York's dynamic financial district within walking distance of Wall Street, City Hall and South Street Seaport.Approximately four miles from Berkeley College's Midtown location and situated right next t...

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  • Berkeley College - Midtown Manhattan

    There's no better place to experience the energy of the business world than in New York City. Established in 1936, the New York City location of Berkeley College has more than 2,000 students enrolled in day, evening, weekend, and online courses.Berkeley's two midtown buildin...

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  • Bloomingdale Library

    History: Before the Revolutionary War the Dutch who settled in the beautiful countryside, now known as the Upper West Side, called the area "Bloemendaal," meaning valley of flowers. Anglicized as Bloomingdale, this rural community was connected to the lower par...

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  • Borough of Manhattan Community College

    Mission Statement:As one of twenty-three colleges within The City University of New York, BMCC shares CUNY's mission to preserve academic excellence and extend higher educational opportunity to a diversified urban population. In addition, Borough of Manhattan Community Colle...

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  • Briarcliffe College

    At Briarcliffe, we are committed to helping you achieve your personal, professional and academic goals by providing you with an unparalleled level of one-to-one student support. From the time you apply through the time you graduate, and beyond, you'll belong to a community o...

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  • Chatham Square Branch Library

    History: The Chatham Square Branch opened in 1903 at 33 East Broadway, replacing a branch of the New York Free Circulating Library that had served the neighborhood for four years. The building, designed by the distinguished New York architectural firm McKim, Mead and Whi...

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  • Citizen Schools

    Use your passion, skills and knowledge to transform the educational landscape in NYC.   What is Citizen Schools? Citizen Schools is an education nonprofit that partners with public middle schools in underserved New York City communities to expand the learning day. We do thi...

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  • ClassWish

    Make a Difference This Fall Semester: Volunteer Opportunities at ClassWish.org We are recruiting volunteers to collaborate with us on the boldest nonprofit initiative we know. Would you like to use your talents, work with a world-class start-up team to improve edu...

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  • College of Optometry

    Mission Statement The State University of New York, State College of Optometry excels, innovates, and leads in Optometry and Vision Science by:-Developing outstanding optometrists and vision scientists;-Making new discoveries that advance vision science and patient care;...

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  • Columbia University

    Mission Statement:Columbia University is one of the world's most important centers of research and at the same time a distinctive and distinguished learning environment for undergraduates and graduate students in many scholarly and professional fields. The University recogni...

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  • Columbus Branch Library

    The Columbus Branch of The New York Public Library has been a center for education in the multi-ethnic, working-class neighborhood of Clinton since the branch opened in 1909. It is one of 65 libraries built in the early twentieth century with funds contributed by Andrew Carn...

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  • Countee Cullen Branch Library

    The Countee Cullen Branch opened on January 14, 1905, as the 135th Street Branch, in a building designed by McKim, Mead and White with funds given by Andrew Carnegie. (The original building is now part of The New York Public Library's Schomburg Center for Research in Black C...

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  • Donnell Library Center

    The Donnell Library Center houses The New York Public Library branch system's largest circulating collection of materials in languages other than English, films and videotapes, and materials for children and teenagers. As a unit of the Central Libraries serving a sizable Mid...

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