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    Education and Social Work Programs

    New York City-based programs in education and social work open students’ eyes to the challenges and rewards of establishing their careers in a vibrant, yet demanding, urban environment.

    • Barbara Richman Mirken Seminar in Social Work–The Mirken seminar provides students majoring in social work with the opportunity to visit New York City to study the history and development of U.S. social welfare. The program is sponsored by the Alan B. and Barbara Mirken Foundation.
    • A Bridge to the City–SU teacher candidates receive a guided student teaching experience in a challenging urban environment, while connecting New York City schools to the School of Education’s faculty, resources, and graduates. Learn more...
    • High School for Leadership and Public Service Intern Program–The High School for Leadership and Public Service (HSLAPS) was established in New York City in collaboration with the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Each semester, up to six student interns from the Public Affairs Department of the Maxwell School work the entire semester at HSLAPS tutoring students, assisting teachers, implementing extra-curricular activities, and, in the process, learning about urban education. Learn more...
    • Student Teaching Placements–Education majors from the School of Education can fulfill their student teaching requirements in New York City schools, and get valuable experience working in urban education settings. Learn more...

    Programs in the arts

    Programs in business

    Programs in journalism and communications