Summer Youth Programs- 2022

JPMorgan Fellowship program for undergraduate sophomores

Applications for the 2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program are opening on October 20 and JPMC employees are encouraged to invite students in their networks to apply. The opportunity is a six-week, paid, full-time fellowship held during summer 2022 for undergraduate sophomores, in particular, for students who identify as Black.


Beginning today, you can invite students to learn more and register for one of our upcoming info sessions. Registration is required to attend and all attendees must register by October 7. You can also refer a student to apply directly through the JPMC Referral Portal. Applications open on October 20 and close on December 29.

Volunteer Team

This year, the firm is launching a fellowship program for Hispanic and Latino students- information to follow as available

Since 1977, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island has believed that every child should have the opportunity to reach his or her full potential, both as individuals and citizens. By doing so, they will not only do well, they will also do great things.

 Little Vet School at LIU!

The Little Vet School at Long Island University’s LIU Post Campus for Grades 4 to 7 will be offered on Sundays, November 7, 14 and 21, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. All children are eligible. There is no application process. Registration is first come-first served. Tuition is $550.


In this program, your child will learn the importance of veterinary health in order to care for and nurture a pet at home and to explore animal medicine as a future career. In a highly interactive format, students will learn about domestic animals, including dogs, horses and birds.

The program, which is taught veterinarian Dr. Robin Sturtz, includes an on-campus visit to the North Shore Equestrian Center.

LIU is the only university on Long Island with a College of Veterinary Medicine.

Please call Karen Young at 516-299-2580 or email for more information. To register online, visit

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