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PENCIL Fellows Program

02.10.2014  |  9 Comments  |   PENCIL News

The PENCIL Fellows Program provides promising New York City public high school students with essential career readiness training that culminates with paid, full-time, six-week summer internships at leading businesses in a range of industries across the five boroughs.

PENCIL Fellow - Resume Writing Tips

01.26.2014  |  Leave a Comment  |   Uncategorized

How to present your experience and make yourself stand out on paper.

A student makes notes on a mock resume during a PENCIL Fellows Training Session

10.15.2013  |  Leave a Comment  |   Fellows Spotlights, PENCIL News

We’ve received a number of questions from past and current Fellows on the best way to list your PENCIL Fellows work experience. It’s a great question. See our example of how you should list your PENCIL Fellows experience on your resume and LinkedIn.

PENCIL Digital Toolkit

04.22.2013  |  Leave a Comment  |   PENCIL News

As a PENCIL Business Partner, Business Mentor, or Supporter, you understand the vital role business professionals can play in transforming schools and student outcomes. Help us connect more caring leaders with NYC’s 1,700 public schools by showcasing your involvement and …

10.15.2012  |  Leave a Comment  |   PENCIL News

Fellows Program school staff informational document including: Program Overview Student Expectations Characteristic of Successful Fellows Application Process Dates to Remember School Staff Informational Webinar

PENCIL's Areas of Focus

06.06.2012  |  Leave a Comment  |   Uncategorized

PENCIL’s unique model helps Partners focus their work in three impact areas. Partners then shape their initiatives in one or more goal areas.

TEMPLATE ON DEVELOPING A SCHOOL PUBLIC IMAGE WITH A BRANDING CAM

06.05.2012  |  Leave a Comment  |   Uncategorized

Read about the three development phases of a PENCIL Partnership and what you can expect in the year ahead.

Tips For A Successful Interview

06.01.2012  |  Leave a Comment  |   Uncategorized

How to put your best foot forward when meeting with a prospective employer.