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Community Partners

The Community Action, Learning and Leadership program benefits from relationships with a host of hard-working individuals and organizations that serve the Long Island and metropolitan New York area well. As it has from the programs’ launch, partners for the CALL/FYE civic engagement program are identified based on three key criteria:


  1. A mission-based commitment to developing social equity in its service area
  2. Programs targeted towards youth development and/or literacy.
  3. An expressed interest in, or need for, diversity among its volunteer base

For the 2010-11 year, the following off-campus organizations served as partners to the CALL/FYE effort:


  • Adventures in Learning
  • Boys and Girls Club of Glen Cove
  • Boys Scouts of America
  • Brookville Center for Children’s Services
  • Centro Cultural Hispano
  • Center for Science Teaching and Learning
  • Circulo de la Hispanidad, Inc. (East School Long Beach)
  • Domestic Harmony
  • East Hampton Day Care Center
  • East Hampton Union Free School District
  • Economic Opportunity Center of Rockville Center
  • Girl Scouts of Nassau County
  • Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club
  • Herstory Writers Workshop: MercyFirst
  • Herstory Writer’s Workshop: Immigration and Social Justice
  • Interfaith Nutrition Network/Mary Brennan Inn
  • Leadership Training Institute
  • The Leeds Place
  • Long Beach Latino Civic Association
  • Long Beach Martin Luther King Center
  • Long Island Council of Churches (Freeport Food Pantry)
  • McCoy Center Family and Youth Services
  • Mercy Medical Center
  • Momma’s House
  • Nassau Suffolk Coalition for the Homeless
  • Nassau County District Attorney
  • Nassau County Police Department
  • NYPIRG
  • Paxen
  • Winthrop University Hospital
  • Riverhead Foundation
  • Rockville Center Martin Luther King Center
  • Roosevelt PAL
  • Urban League LI
  • Village of Westbury Recreation
  • Whaling Museum at Cold Spring Harbor
  • Workplace Project

In addition to its off-campus partners, several offices and programs of the College again participated in efforts to engage first-year students in service to their peers, their College and their community. These partners included:Awareness Avenue/Campus Caress

  • Office of Environmental Health & Safety
  • The Catalyst (student newspaper)
  • The Clark Athletic Center
  • Enrollment Services/Admissions
  • Just Education
  • The Campus Recycling Project
  • Planting Project
  • Green Committee
  • OWWR Campus Radio
  • OW-TV
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Accounting B.S.

Accounting M.S.

Adolescence Education(7-12)- Biology (BA,BS)

Adolescence Education(7-12)- Chemistry (BA,BS)

Adolescence Education(7-12)- Mathematics (BA,BS)

Adolescence Education(7-12)- Social Studies BA

Adolescence Education(7-12)- Spanish BA

American Studies B.A.

Biochemistry B.S.

Biological Sciences B.A., B.S.

Business Administration B.S.

Chemistry B.A., B.S.

Childhood Education (1-6) B.S.

Childhood Education with Bilingual Extension (1-6) B.S.

Comparative Humanities B.A.

Computer Science B.S.

Criminology B.S.

Health & Society B.S.

Industrial & Labor Relations (B.A., B.S.)

Language & Literature: English, B.A.

Management Information Systems B.S.

Mathematics B.S.

Media & Communications B.A.

Middle Childhood Education (5-9) - Biology B.S.

Middle Childhood Education (5-9) - Chemistry B.S.

Middle Childhood Education (5-9) - Mathematics B.S.

MiddleChildhood Education (5-9) - Spanish B.S.

Philosophy & Religion B.A.

Politics, Economics & Law B.A.

Psychology (B.A., B.S.)

Sociology B.A., B.S.

Spanish Language, Hispanic Literature & Culture B.A.

Special Education & Childhood Education (1-6) B.S.

Special Education with Bilingual Extension (1-6) B.S.

Visual Arts B.A., B.S.

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