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    Taxonomy Code: YG-8000.2490-300

    Individuals who are enrolled in classes or courses of study in public or private high schools that are part of the formal education system. High schools, also known as secondary schools, serve students in the upper grades, generally 9-12 with variations.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Education ServicesProvides tutors and other support services to low income or first generation high school students, to complete high school and prepare them to enroll in college.ClintonEDUCATION PROGRAMSUPWARD BOUND
    Education ServicesThis program supports the 9th graders who wish to gain college credits while in high school.MontgomerySMART SCHOLARSCENTRO CIVICO OF AMSTERDAM
    Youth EnrichmentSponsored by the state Department of Higher Education, STEP partners with Union College to provide mentors for local high school students, encouraging and inspiring academic achievement and excellence. The STEP Program at Union is a community outreach program that hosts Saturday workshops and a summer program.SchenectadySCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ENTRY PROGRAM (STEP)KENNEY COMMUNITY CENTER AT UNION COLLEGE
    Youth Enrichment ServicesThe Youth Services Program provides employment skills development which includes how to write a resume, prepare for an interview, time management and conflict resolution. This program also includes a job match service that provides information about jobs available in the local community and support services for the students and adults who care for (and about) them. This program is located at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake and Scotia-Glenville High Schools and the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Community Human Services building.SchenectadyYOUTH SERVICESCOMMUNITY HUMAN SERVICES

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