CUNYStart and Math Start at Hostos Community College

CUNYStart and Math Start at Hostos Community College

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Fathers and expectant fathers between the ages of 18-30, this is the year to take charge of your future! Are you interested in a FREE (HSE) HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA TRACK while also acquiring academic and life skills? Hostos Community College CUNY Fatherhood Academy offers you this opportunity!!!
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CUNY Fatherhood Academy (CFA) is a free program designed to promote responsible parenting and economic stability for unemployed and underemployed fathers ages 18-30, through education, employment, and personal development.

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When I came to Hostos in 2013 I failed all of the placement tests. I was in CUNY start. I passed the reading and writing, but failed math. CUNY start was very helpful to me. Rebecca Jing Jing and Chris were my teachers. They were great. They set the foundation to my experience at Hostos. Believe it or not I graduated from Hostos on June first 2017 with a 3.645 GPA. So my message to all CUNY start students is that you can do it. I was in the same boat as you and I am ready to for my bachelor's degree in city college. Don't give up, no matter how hard it gets stuck with it. The sky is the limit

#Startstrong at Hostos where we help students with remedial needs start their college careers.

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Timeline Photos 07/20/2021

Calling LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty in the Hostos familia! Chat with Rainbow Hostos THIS Thursday at 10 AM (bring some iced coffee) to continue our discussion of how to make Hostos a safer place for all of us when we return to campus.

DM this account or e-mail [email protected] for the Zoom link!

Calling LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty in the Hostos familia! Chat with Rainbow Hostos THIS Thursday at 10 AM (bring some iced coffee) to continue our discussion of how to make Hostos a safer place for all of us when we return to campus.

DM this account or e-mail [email protected] for the Zoom link!

Timeline Photos 06/21/2021

Meet fellow Hostos staff, faculty, and students at the Rainbow Hostos Pride Hangout this Wednesday!

Check your Hostos e-mail for the link or reach out to Rachel at rcholst[at]hostos[dot]cuny[dot]edu!

Meet fellow Hostos staff, faculty, and students at the Rainbow Hostos Pride Hangout this Wednesday!

Check your Hostos e-mail for the link or reach out to Rachel at rcholst[at]hostos[dot]cuny[dot]edu!

Timeline Photos 06/18/2021

The Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 1862, freeing all enslaved people in the South. But enslaved continued to work in bo***ge until June 19th, 1865 -- a total of three years -- because white slave owners hid the news from them.

Juneteenth is gaining recognition as a national holiday, but we must remember that it is meant to celebrate freedom from slavery, a legacy we all live with to this day.

#hostos #hostoscommunitycollege

The Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 1862, freeing all enslaved people in the South. But enslaved continued to work in bo***ge until June 19th, 1865 -- a total of three years -- because white slave owners hid the news from them.

Juneteenth is gaining recognition as a national holiday, but we must remember that it is meant to celebrate freedom from slavery, a legacy we all live with to this day.

#hostos #hostoscommunitycollege

Timeline Photos 06/14/2021

Celebrate Pride and hang out with Hostos students, faculty, and staff! Play games and win some Hostos swag! Let's celebrate the end of the year together!

Zoom info:

https://buff.ly/3gf8Zf7

or e-mail [email protected] to be added to the Rainbow Hostos mailing list!

Celebrate Pride and hang out with Hostos students, faculty, and staff! Play games and win some Hostos swag! Let's celebrate the end of the year together!

Zoom info:

https://buff.ly/3gf8Zf7

or e-mail [email protected] to be added to the Rainbow Hostos mailing list!

Timeline Photos 06/11/2021

A HUGE CUNY Start congrats to Kyanna Pratt!!! Want to see yourself here? DM us!

1. What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome between the time you successfully completed MATH Start and your graduation this spring?

The biggest challenge I have overcome since I successfully finished MATH START and my graduation this past week was making it to graduation. I have had so many things stopping me and literally standing in my way so I would not complete my Associates degree. The challenge alone of juggling a family and my studies is a challenge alone, but to have so many reasons not to finish and still finishing is the biggest challenge thus far.

2. If you could give some advice to an incoming CUNY Start or MATH Start student to help them be successful in the program, what would it be?

If you could give an incoming student to MATH/ CUNY START some advice: the day you start MATH/CUNY START is your actual first day of college. It is the beginning to the college journey whether or not you are earning credits for your time there. Pay attention to all the things they ask you to do and ask questions. Do not be afraid to ask questions if you do not understand.

3. If you could give some advice to a CUNY Start or MATH Start student about to transition to credit classes, what would it be?

I would take it (MATH Start/CUNY Start) very seriously because it’s a glimpse of what college life at Hostos or any college is like. Do not sleep on the lessons you will learn there either. The transition to credit earned classes is what you put in is what you will get out of it. So if you want to be lazy your grade will show just that. The biggest thing I learned is to have some sort of communication with every professor I had. It helped me in the end. Relationships are everything.

4. Of your many accomplishments, which are the top 3 that you are most proud of?

The top three most important accomplishments that I am proud of are:
1. Graduating with a GPA over 3.0 despite my heavy load at home and school.
2. Graduating and getting my Associates degree.
3. Showing my kids it’s never too late to accomplish goals you set for yourself.

5. What comes next for you?

What comes next for me is: in the fall of 2021 I will be attending JOHN JAY and there I will obtain a Bachelors and Masters. My field of study as of right now is Criminal Justice. It might change depending on the types of programs within John Jay. My major will be more focused.

I hope this gives insight to my journey since the MATH START program until my graduation. I am proud to be an ALUMNI.

#cunystart #hostoscunystart #hostoscommunitycollege #hostos #startstrong

A HUGE CUNY Start congrats to Kyanna Pratt!!! Want to see yourself here? DM us!

1. What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome between the time you successfully completed MATH Start and your graduation this spring?

The biggest challenge I have overcome since I successfully finished MATH START and my graduation this past week was making it to graduation. I have had so many things stopping me and literally standing in my way so I would not complete my Associates degree. The challenge alone of juggling a family and my studies is a challenge alone, but to have so many reasons not to finish and still finishing is the biggest challenge thus far.

2. If you could give some advice to an incoming CUNY Start or MATH Start student to help them be successful in the program, what would it be?

If you could give an incoming student to MATH/ CUNY START some advice: the day you start MATH/CUNY START is your actual first day of college. It is the beginning to the college journey whether or not you are earning credits for your time there. Pay attention to all the things they ask you to do and ask questions. Do not be afraid to ask questions if you do not understand.

3. If you could give some advice to a CUNY Start or MATH Start student about to transition to credit classes, what would it be?

I would take it (MATH Start/CUNY Start) very seriously because it’s a glimpse of what college life at Hostos or any college is like. Do not sleep on the lessons you will learn there either. The transition to credit earned classes is what you put in is what you will get out of it. So if you want to be lazy your grade will show just that. The biggest thing I learned is to have some sort of communication with every professor I had. It helped me in the end. Relationships are everything.

4. Of your many accomplishments, which are the top 3 that you are most proud of?

The top three most important accomplishments that I am proud of are:
1. Graduating with a GPA over 3.0 despite my heavy load at home and school.
2. Graduating and getting my Associates degree.
3. Showing my kids it’s never too late to accomplish goals you set for yourself.

5. What comes next for you?

What comes next for me is: in the fall of 2021 I will be attending JOHN JAY and there I will obtain a Bachelors and Masters. My field of study as of right now is Criminal Justice. It might change depending on the types of programs within John Jay. My major will be more focused.

I hope this gives insight to my journey since the MATH START program until my graduation. I am proud to be an ALUMNI.

#cunystart #hostoscunystart #hostoscommunitycollege #hostos #startstrong

Bronx Pride Organizers Unveil Virtual and In-Person Events 06/04/2021

Bronx Pride Organizers Unveil Virtual and In-Person Events

So many awesome events at Bronx Pride this year! Head over to @gaycitynews for more info!

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#hostos #hostoscommunitycollege #bronxpride

Bronx Pride Organizers Unveil Virtual and In-Person Events The 1 Bronx Pride Festival, produced by the Third Avenue Business Improvement District, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., and others, is returning with a combination of in-person and virtual events for locals during Pride month. To kick off the festivities, musician James Teal performed on Ju...

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Happy #pride2021 to our Hostos family!!! We love you, and you're amazing!

#HostosCommunityCollege #Hostos

Happy #pride2021 to our Hostos family!!! We love you, and you're amazing!

#HostosCommunityCollege #Hostos

Timeline Photos 05/28/2021

We're so proud of you!!!

#hostos #hostoscommunitycollege #startstrong

We're so proud of you!!!

#hostos #hostoscommunitycollege #startstrong

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Wishing our family a peaceful and happy Eid Mubarak. May the next year be sweeter!

#Hostos #HostosCommunityCollege #CUNYStart #HostosCUNYStart #StartStrong #EidMubarak

Wishing our family a peaceful and happy Eid Mubarak. May the next year be sweeter!

#Hostos #HostosCommunityCollege #CUNYStart #HostosCUNYStart #StartStrong #EidMubarak

Timeline Photos 04/23/2021

Not tryin' to brag, but we knew Charles Nuchee Dour before he was a Student Government Association of Hostos Community College bigwig! This week, we'll be sharing some tips from Charles! Thanks, Charles! We're so proud of you!

Q: Specifically as an alumnus of the CUNY Start program, if you could give current CUNY Start students a shout out or a piece of advice for succeeding in the program, what would you say to them?

My name is Charles N, Dour, I am an alumnus of the CUNY Start program. Firstly I will like to appreciate the CUNY Start program for preparing me and believing in me throughout my educational joining at Hostos Community College. Being part of the program taught me a lesson that I will never forget in my life. the lesson that I learned when I was in the program was to take the first step and eventually the next steps follow.

This is just a piece of advancement to the CUNY Start Students that are currently in the program, Firstly you are going to be challenged with a lot of new information on a weekly basis, but it's okay because there is a way in which you can get help to succeed in the program. The greatest help that you can get to succeed in this program is by attending Tutoring sections, in addition, I also encourage you all to believe in yourself.

Not tryin' to brag, but we knew Charles Nuchee Dour before he was a Student Government Association of Hostos Community College bigwig! This week, we'll be sharing some tips from Charles! Thanks, Charles! We're so proud of you!

Q: Specifically as an alumnus of the CUNY Start program, if you could give current CUNY Start students a shout out or a piece of advice for succeeding in the program, what would you say to them?

My name is Charles N, Dour, I am an alumnus of the CUNY Start program. Firstly I will like to appreciate the CUNY Start program for preparing me and believing in me throughout my educational joining at Hostos Community College. Being part of the program taught me a lesson that I will never forget in my life. the lesson that I learned when I was in the program was to take the first step and eventually the next steps follow.

This is just a piece of advancement to the CUNY Start Students that are currently in the program, Firstly you are going to be challenged with a lot of new information on a weekly basis, but it's okay because there is a way in which you can get help to succeed in the program. The greatest help that you can get to succeed in this program is by attending Tutoring sections, in addition, I also encourage you all to believe in yourself.

Timeline Photos 04/20/2021

Not tryin' to brag, but we knew Charles Nuchee Dour before he was a Student Government Association of Hostos Community College bigwig! This week, we'll be sharing some tips from Charles! Thanks, Charles! We're so proud of you!

3. If you could make a statement to Hostos students who are struggling to stay motivated for college with all the challenges that life and life with the current pandemic brings, what would you say?

To my fellow Hostos Students, I want you all to understand that life has its ups and downs but can't stop you without your permission because you are in control of making the decision that will make you a better person. I want you guys to look at yourself in the mirror and ask yourself these questions, ( Can I complete this semester or not?), ( What are my strength and weakness? ), (Do I have a positive mindset or negative mindset? ). I encourage all of you to have self-motivations to was anything you think about,
there's nothing impossible but staying focus is the key.

Not tryin' to brag, but we knew Charles Nuchee Dour before he was a Student Government Association of Hostos Community College bigwig! This week, we'll be sharing some tips from Charles! Thanks, Charles! We're so proud of you!

3. If you could make a statement to Hostos students who are struggling to stay motivated for college with all the challenges that life and life with the current pandemic brings, what would you say?

To my fellow Hostos Students, I want you all to understand that life has its ups and downs but can't stop you without your permission because you are in control of making the decision that will make you a better person. I want you guys to look at yourself in the mirror and ask yourself these questions, ( Can I complete this semester or not?), ( What are my strength and weakness? ), (Do I have a positive mindset or negative mindset? ). I encourage all of you to have self-motivations to was anything you think about,
there's nothing impossible but staying focus is the key.

[04/19/21]   What is CUNY Recovery Corps?

A partnership between CUNY and New York City, the CUNY Recovery Corps has created opportunities for 5000 students to join efforts to meet the challenges faced by our community’s small businesses, public health organizations, community-based non-profits, schools, universities, and beyond during the COVID-19 pandemic. This summer, CUNY students will continue to write their history of service to this city as they help revitalize, reinvigorate, and rebuild NYC.

Who can apply to CUNY Recovery Corps?

Students must be 16-24 years old; residents of one of the five boroughs of New York City; legally allowed to work in the US; and enrolled in a CUNY undergraduate degree (including CUNY START and/or CLIP) during the spring 2021 semester and/or intending to enroll in fall 2021.

Students who are graduating in Spring 2021 are eligible!

How do I apply to be a CUNY Recovery Corps Member?

Priority deadline is April 23rd

The first step is to complete this online application: https://syepappinitiatives.yepsonline.org/CUNYApp.aspx

Be sure to use the PIN: CUNY2021

Timeline Photos 04/19/2021

Not tryin' to brag, but we knew Charles Nuchee Dour before he was a Student Government Association of Hostos Community College bigwig! This week, we'll be sharing some tips from Charles! Thanks, Charles! We're so proud of you!

1. What led you to want to serve at Hostos as SGA VP, Academic Affairs?

After serving as a Senator within the Student Government Association (SGA) for two terms, based on the work that I and the rest of my team were doing, which was getting students involved in activities such as Clubs, and also helping students to find resources on campus easily. Being part of the SGA is all about how best we can meet the needs of students at Hostos, and that's the main reason I decided to join the SGA.

2. What is your top goal (or your top 1 or 2 goals) as SGA VP, Academic Affairs?

As we all know, there is a huge difference in the learning environment due to the Covid-19 pandemic. My top goal as SGA
Vice President is to focus on the well-being of student Mental Health, in addition, the SGA is also working along with the Counseling Center at Hostos Community College. The purpose of this safe space is to get students interacting with one another, and the name of this safe space is called, Let's Talk about It.

#startstrong #cunystart #hostos #hostoscommunitycollege

Not tryin' to brag, but we knew Charles Nuchee Dour before he was a Student Government Association of Hostos Community College bigwig! This week, we'll be sharing some tips from Charles! Thanks, Charles! We're so proud of you!

1. What led you to want to serve at Hostos as SGA VP, Academic Affairs?

After serving as a Senator within the Student Government Association (SGA) for two terms, based on the work that I and the rest of my team were doing, which was getting students involved in activities such as Clubs, and also helping students to find resources on campus easily. Being part of the SGA is all about how best we can meet the needs of students at Hostos, and that's the main reason I decided to join the SGA.

2. What is your top goal (or your top 1 or 2 goals) as SGA VP, Academic Affairs?

As we all know, there is a huge difference in the learning environment due to the Covid-19 pandemic. My top goal as SGA
Vice President is to focus on the well-being of student Mental Health, in addition, the SGA is also working along with the Counseling Center at Hostos Community College. The purpose of this safe space is to get students interacting with one another, and the name of this safe space is called, Let's Talk about It.

#startstrong #cunystart #hostos #hostoscommunitycollege

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