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High School Students in Greenpoint


This three-year initiative was funded by the National Science Foundation in partnership with Solar One, MOUSE and the NYU Wallerstein Collaborative.  We worked with four local high schools to engage students in green technologies through innovative green curriculum coupled with green career education.

The NYU Wallerstein Collaborative focused on developing a green career education program which enabled students to connect with individuals in a variety of green careers within industry, government, non-profit, and academic settings.  Specifically,  the green career education component introduced students to a variety of  career options and helped them understand how STEM skills connect  to career pathways.

This component of the project provided a unique array of activities for students to learn about career options by integrating GreenTECH curriculum with career education opportunities. Activities included guest speakers from a variety of green technology sectors, suggested field trips to work sites and green buildings, and a Green Careers Database which provides links to public and private organizations involved in green technology.  

On this webpage you can search our Green Careers Database, find out about GreenTech Field Trips, and high school internship opportunities in a variety of settings. 


    Green Careers Database

    Select an area you would like to research. You may select either business, nonprofit, or government organizations or select the research option to view persons in academia.

    GreenTECH Field Trips

    selected field trip sites provide high school students with the opportunity to explore green technology facilities in the metropolitan area.

    Career Opportunities for High School Students

    GreenTECH Career Opportunities for High School Students

    Participating Schools

    A Philip Randolph High School, Manhattan

    The mission of A. Philip Randolph Campus High School is to provide the highest quality education to public high school students in order to provide them with the skills and experiences necessary to prepare our graduates to succeed at competitive colleges and universities.

    Visit A Philip Randolph High School

    Baruch College Campus High School, Manhattan

    Baruch College Campus High School (BCCHS) is dedicated to providing a challenging interdisciplinary liberal arts education. This intensive four year program asks students to explore the philosophical, ethical and aesthetic issues of the human experience. 

    Visit Baruch College Campus High School Website

    Bronx Design and Construction Academy, Bronx

    Bronx Design and Construction Academy offers students 21st-century trade training. BDCA graduates will be equipped for advance entry into the competitive construction trades and post-secondary education programs.

    Visit Bronx Design and Construction Academy Website

    Queens Vocational and Technical High School, Queens

    Queens Technical High School is a public career and technical education secondary school located in Long Island City, NY. The school has an enrollment of 1,513 students and serves grades 9-12.

    Visit Queens Technical High School Website

    Green Technology in The News