Genesys Works New York City Selects Founding Partner Schools

November 20, 2018


New York

Genesys Works New York is thrilled to announce our founding partner schools. These seven schools are all located in the borough of The Bronx, and they represent a cross-section of the 400+ public high schools that exist across New York City.

The schools were selected through a competitive process – a first for Genesys Works nationally – that included nomination, an application, and a site visit where schools were assessed using a rigorous rubric.

Genesys Works NYC partnered with New Visions for Public Schools, a highly respected school support organization in the City, to identify and nominate a group of prospective partners utilizing criteria that reflected the key characteristics of successful Genesys Works schools nationally. Of the eleven schools nominated, the final seven selected include traditional district schools, a CTE school, charter schools, and a HERE to HERE partner school.

In January 2019, Genesys Works NYC will begin recruiting students for our inaugural class of 40 young professionals. We can’t wait to meet these YP’s and we can’t wait to introduce them to you!

Genesys Works NYC 2019 Partner Schools
1. Alfred E. Smith Career and Technical Education High School (link)
2. Bronx High School for Law & Community Service (link)
3. Bronx Leadership Academy II (link)
4. KAPPA – Knowledge & Power Preparatory Academy International High School (link)
5. New Visions Charter High School for the Humanities (link)
6. New Visions Charter High School for Advanced Mathematics and Science (link)
7. West Bronx Academy of the Future (link)


About Genesys Works

Genesys Works provides pathways to career success for high school students in underserved communities through skills training, meaningful work experiences, and impactful relationships. Our program consists of 8 weeks of technical and professional skills training, a paid year-long corporate internship, college and career coaching, and alumni support to and through college.  Our goal is to move more students out of poverty and into professional careers, creating a more productive and diverse workforce in the process.  Since its founding in 2002, Genesys Works has grown to serve nearly 4,000 students annually in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Washington’s National Capital Region.   To learn more, visit

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