LINCT for All is expanding!  In the 2018-2019 school year, LINCT plans to serve 4000 students in roughly 100 schools, and we are hiring!  Lessons in Navigating College Transitions (LINCT) is an academic college access program offered by CUNY, in partnership with the NYCDOE.  Our primary goal is to reduce traditional barriers to success at CUNY by ensuring that students who graduate from NYC public high schools enter college academically eligible to take and succeed in credit-bearing courses. CUNY LINCT staff work within CUNY’s Division of Academic Affairs in the Office of K-16 Initiatives, located at 16 Court Street in Brooklyn.  K-16 is home to a group of innovative, collaborative programs (including the Early College Initiative, College Now, CUNY Explorers, the NYC Science and Engineering Fair, GraduateNYC and many more!) that share a common goal: helping NYC public school students make a successful transition to college, careers, and life beyond. We support the city’s commitment to equity by developing high quality transition programs that help eliminate achievement gaps between racial, ethnic, and socio-economic groups.

 For more information about working at CUNY, see the CUNY Employment Page and the CUNY PSC Page.
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