Yeshiva University Mentoring Program Hosts Third Annual Seminar and College Fair Day

On Friday, February 22, some 250 New York City public high school students gathered on the Wilf Campus for the Third Annual College EDge Seminar and College Fair Day.


Some 250 New York City high school students took part in the Third Annual CollegeEDge Seminar and College Fair Day at Yeshiva University.

Founded by students of Yeshiva University, College EDge assists underrepresented public high school students to attain a post-secondary education. With a primary focus on promoting college and college awareness among its targeted students, the program enables them to begin their path to college through educational seminars and workshops, networking events, college fairs and mentorship programs. Programs are also run for students who prefer trade school, certification programs and other college alternatives.

“College EDge helps students discover what careers they might be interested in,” explained Chaim Szachtel, president of College EDge. “We help them design a plan to reach their goals. Read the rest of this entry…