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On Tuesday, June 11 we held a GED graduation ceremony at The Door for the graduating class of 2013. Enjoy these inspiring remarks from Sam Katz, a young man who got his GED at The Door in 2008.
In this month's News from the Ground Floor we're shining a light on one very special area of work - The Door's Legal Services Center.
On May 21 the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to support a broad overhaul of our nation's immigration policies. Learn about the elements of the bill that are important to the work we do at The Door...
Theatre of the Oppressed NYC presents their second annual Spring to Action Festival at the Church of Saint Luke in the Fields. The group currently works with a theater group at The Door which...
The Health Center has been a cornerstone program at The Door since we opened in 1972, serving nearly 8,000 young people last year.
Find our why success starts with GED in our latest eNewsletter!
See what The Door is doing to help the estimated 18,000 young adults in NYC who have partially completed their GED but have not yet passed and need to before 2014.
Read the latest from The Door in "News from the Ground Floor"
Feed the pig at treasure & bond and help youth go to college!
We are excited to announce that Broome Street Academy is featured in the September issue of Gotham Magazine.
Three of our This Way Ahead graduates represented our innovative job-training and internship program with Gap Inc. in Washington D.C. this summer. Below is a blog post from Gap Inc.
On July 16, 2012 The Door hosted a group of nine aldermen and a handful of city officials from New Haven who are looking to build a similar center to The Door in their community.
On the heels of an incredibly successful fundraiser, Broome Street Academy was recently featured in Opening Ceremony's, OC Community Blog!
This week three graduates from our This Way Ahead program traveled to Washington D.C.
We are pleased to announce that The Door's 2011 Annual Report is online!
On February 28, 2012, Boots and Saddle in the West Village, hosted a 12-hour marathon fundraiser with proceeds going to support The Door's Runaway & Homeless Youth services.
Last week Broome Street Academy hosted a very special guest - makeup maven and philanthropist Bobbi Brown!
The Door was recently awarded funding from The Calamus Foundation to support our drop-in space and street outreach program.
On December 12, 2011, Despierta America (Univision) ran a story on The Door's work with Special Immigrant Juvenile Status cases (SIJS).
Hermon Joseph, a Door Member, was featured in The New York Times "Neediest Cases" section. Hermon has been a long-time Door member, accessing a wide range of services, including career and education...
Read about Vera Kondratyeva, a Door Member who recently obtained her green card with help from The Door's Legal Department. This year alone, The Door handled 113 cases like Vera's and helped a...
The arts are alive and well at The Door! Val Jeanty, one of our fabulous teaching artists, was recently featured in The Fort Greene Local for her unique perspective on music and culture in...
On Tuesday, September 27th volunteers from the Do Good Bus spent the afternoon overhauling The Door Store.
Mayor Bloomberg announced a plan to invest his own money into a new, $130 million city initiative to help black and Latino men get ahead. A large portion of the initiative is aimed at helping young...
NYNP May 11, 2011 Lots of Winners in Lady Gaga/Robin Donation Contest As we reported yesterday, SCO Family of Services was the top vote getter in the recent $1 million donation contest...
HUFFPOST.COM May 10, 2011 Greatest Person of The Day: Russell Morse Goes from Reality Star to Outreach Coordinator Growing up in San Francisco, California, Russell Morse was a troubled...
A very special thank you from The Door for all of your support during the Lady Gaga / Robin Hood contest! Results will be officially announced tonight at the Robin Hood benefit!
DAILY NEWS, Wednesday, April 27, 2011 - Lady Gaga is teaming up with the Robin Hood Foundation for contest that could net charity $1 million.
WNYC Sex Ed in the City: A Look at Schools' Curriculum Sex education for New York City teens takes many forms and occurs in many settings--all in an effort to reduce the risk of...
Broome Street Academy Charter High School is now accepting applications for its first freshman class!
TIME.COM For Abused Undocumented Kids, A Legal Lifeline Aicha arrived in the U.S. in 2005 with a fake passport, a small bag containing all of her possessions and an enormous amount of...
Broome Street Academy Charter High School Board Meeting Announcement
The Door's annual Fall Kickoff event is taking place on Thursday, October 7 from 4-7PM. It's free and open to all!
NEW YORK NONPROFIT PRESS October 2010: University Settlement, The Birth of an American Movement (featuring a sidebar on The Door!)
NEW YORK TIMES, September 18 Immigration Agency's Tactic Spurs Alarm In his short life, Ousmane Coulibaly, a 19-year-old high school senior in Manhattan, has seen plenty of adversity....
Broome Street Academy Charter High School will open here at The Door in August 2011.
CITY LIMITS MAGAZINE No Entry: Why is teen unemployment so high?
DAILY NEWS In less than two weeks, some 50,000 city high school seniors will graduate. Few of them will have overcome as many obstacles as Orayne Williams.
FOX NEWS, May 24: Deadline Looms for N.Y. to Get School Grants; Charter Schools Remain Point of Debate. Time is running out for New York to apply for $700 million in federal grants to bolster...
The Door's Director of Education Services, Jeremy Kaplan, recently spoke with the New York City Charter School Center to discuss plans for a new charter school that would be affiliated with The Door...
NEW YORK NONPROFIT PRESS - Julie L. Shapiro has been named the new Executive Director at The Door, a leading New York City youth development agency...
Congratulations to Hannington Dia and Amber Harrison, two Door members who applied for and received a $500 grant from the Usher Foundation to start a new program here at The Door.
The Door’s ESOL Instructional Coordinator, Hsiao-Wei Yang, has been selected as one of three New York Times honorees for ESOL Teacher of the Year. Hsiao-Wei received this prestigious...
CITYLIMITS.ORG - Groups providing education and training for high school dropouts say the city's new rules for spending millions in Workforce Investment dollars won't achieve the best outcomes....
NEW YORK POST Dozens of charter schools backed by New York's most respected community groups are now unlikely to open their doors to the kids who desperately need them -- thanks to this week's...
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