As per Local Law 123/2019, New York City Administrative Code, Title 31, Section 110, these materials are published by the New York City Department of Veterans' Services to assist student veterans with resources and guidance with respect to pursuing higher education in New York City.
The report provides an analysis of the effectiveness of the Early Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (Early RAPP). Early RAPP provides healthy relationship workshops to New York City middle school students.
This report explores the historical relationship between veterans and for-profit institutions, how well for-profit schools serve veterans, and if for-profit schools are a sound investment for veterans looking to pursue higher education.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection celebrated the winners of its annual Water Resources Art and Poetry Contest for city and watershed students.The DEP ranks #1 in customer satisfaction among water utilities in the Northeast Region.
DCWP launched this campaign to educate the 1 million New Yorkers with student loans, as well as prospective students, about their rights and responsibilities when it comes to student loans and raise awareness about the NYC Financial Empowerment Centers.
Value Ambassador Program focus on the Bureau of Legal Affairs. Journalists from the Resilience Journalism Fellowship at the CUNY School of Journalism toured the Paerdegat Basin Natural Area in Bergen Beach, Brooklyn.
In this latest report we outline the scale of the student loan debt problem; highlight findings from our previous student loan reports; summarize testimony from the hearing; and offer policy recommendations.
Entries for the 33rd annual Water Resources Art and Poetry Contest are now being accepted. The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Department of Design and Construction are undertaking a $31 million infrastructure project to upgrade water mains in Washington Heights.
The Annual Report on Contraceptive Methods is required per Local Law 54 of 2017. This report contains the most recently-available data regarding commonly used contraceptive methods for adults and high school students.
The 32nd Annual Water Resources Art and Poetry Contest honored more than 1,300 students for their artistic works appreciating New York's water resources and the importance of protecting the environment.