Our Programs & Partnerships
The Internship Institute provides students with the opportunity to explore a particular career interest, develop important workplace competencies, apply new skills they have learned, develop their English skills (and in some cases their native language skills). Students participate in a professional work environment and grow in confidence and maturity.
Click on the link above to learn about programs and activities available to our students and families in various categories.
Programs usually take place from Monday through Saturday; and we have lots to offer here at Flushing International. Our programs and activities are grouped into the following categories: Student Run Clubs, Academic Enrichment, Arts and Culture, Leadership and Community Development, and Health and Fitness.
Summer Youth Employment Program
The school-based, Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) at Flushing International High School provides students with a paid summer experience for up to 6 weeks in July & August. The goal of the SYEP program is to prepare and equip the youth and young adults with work readiness training as well as preparing them for careers of the future.
The Flushing YMCA has partnered with FIHS for over a decade through its Beacon Community Center. This year the YMCA is offering even more programs and opportunities for high school students through its Community Schools Program. Click on the link below to see a current list of programs for youth and adults. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718.961.6014 for more information.
Advancing equality since 1974
Flushing International High School has been partnered with AAFE since 2009. AAFE, Founded in 1974 to advocate for equal rights, AAFE has transformed in the past four decades to become one of New York’s preeminent housing, social service, and community development organizations.
For more information, please contact
Ivy Lee, Social Worker, email@example.com
Raymond Huang, College Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mission is to ensure that first-generation-to-college students, low-income students, and students of color have the knowledge and support necessary to enroll in and graduate from college. While these students need opportunities to learn about college and career pathways, most New York City public high schools and institutions of higher education are not structured to provide this assistance. Our programs, research, and policy work address these inequities. We work with high schools. community-based organizations, and higher education institutions to craft a tailored mix of programs to meet their students’ needs.
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