Outreach in Brooklyn

NYU is committed to strong relationships and partnerships with Brooklyn neighborhoods. Here are some examples of NYU's outreach in Brooklyn:

  • The NYU School of Engineering’s Center for K12 STEM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) will train 500 teachers in STEM topics by 2025, ultimately reaching 50,000 students. Read more >>
  • NYU Engineering is the only New York City partner of FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and a supporter of many local schools’ year-round robotics programs. Read more >>
  • The NYU Game Center, part of the NYU Media and Games Network (MAGNET), hosts free and public events throughout the year, including Playtest Thursdays, during which anyone can test out games in development. Read more >>
  • Currently, 190 NYU students provide 30,000 hours of tutoring a year in reading and math in 16 Brooklyn public schools through its America Reads/America Counts program. Read more >>
  • The NYU Silver School of Social Work has organized over 100 SSW field placements in Brooklyn nonprofits and community groups. Read more >>