The Bronx Institute at Lehman College

  Funding & Partnerships
The work of The Bronx Institute is supported through our strong relationships with many different funding sources and strategic partnerships. We thank the following agencies, organizations, and institutions for their continuing efforts helping us to provide services to students, families, communities, and schools in The Bronx region.

 Funders and Contributors
AT&T Foundation

Education is the primary funding area for the AT&T Foundation. The AT&T Foundation focuses on the education problems that faces our country today — from high school dropout rates to workforce readiness. With more than 300,000 employees and more than 67 million customers, AT&T is uniquely positioned to take on this challenge. By supporting successful community-based programs, preparing students to succeed in college and in the workforce, AT&T will be able to help solve real problems.

AXA/Equitable Foundation

The AXA Foundation is the philanthropic arm of AXA Equitable, directing the company's philanthropic and volunteer activities and working to improve the quality of life in communities across the country where AXA has a presence. The AXA Foundation’s signature program, AXA Achievement, provides resources that help make college possible: access and advice.

Channel Thirteen

The Internet is changing the way teachers teach and students learn. Thirteen Ed Online is helping shape the future of education in the digital age. Responding to the national need for sustained teacher training, Thirteen/WNET New York, PBS's flagship station, developed Thirteen Ed Online. This free service features everything from standards-based lesson plans and classroom activities to a multimedia primer, online mentors, and reviews of curriculum-based Web sites.

Con Edison (New)

Education is essential to fostering our future generation. Con Edison is committed to supporting programs that enhance educational endeavors of students in K-12 and on through college. Working with a broad range of community partners that make learning fun and accessible for everyone, Con Edison supports programs that enrich math, science, engineering, energy, and technology curricula. Additionally, Con Edison sponsors educational initiatives in the areas of arts, civics, culture, and the environment.

Edwin Gould Foundation

The Edwin Gould Foundation works in collaboration with innovative non-profit partners to close the achievement gap. We invest time, money and resources to seed and grow educational models that create effective solutions to increase the number of college graduates from under-resourced communities. The Foundation advocates nationally for strong, workable solutions and policies that help motivated yet underserved students enter college, graduate and advance society. At the same time, we demonstrate locally by partnering with a select number of educational non-profits in the New York metropolitan area who are developing effective strategies for student success.

Hispanics in Philanthropy Funders Collaborative for Strong Latino Communities (New)

Founded in 1983 to promote stronger partnerships between organized philanthropy and Latino communities, HIP has developed into a transnational network of grantmakers committed to strengthening Latino communities across the Americas. HIP seeks to increase resources for the Latino civil sector by leading a funding collaborative, which focuses foundation, corporate, government and individual dollars on supporting Latino nonprofits. Concentrating specifically on building the capacity of Latino nonprofits, the Funders' Collaborative for Strong Latino Communities further serves HIP’s mission of strengthening Latino leadership, while at the same time increasing awareness about Latino issues and stimulating dialogue about how to better serve the Latino community and Latin America.

JP Morgan Chase (Formally known as Washington Mutual Bank)

As JPMorgan Chase has evolved into one of the world's largest and most influential global financial institutions, our approach to philanthropic investment has also evolved. However, throughout this evolution and change, one thing has remained constant: our firm's unwavering commitment to making a positive difference in the communities where we operate. JPMorgan Chase's philanthropic goal is simple - be the catalyst to meaningful, positive, and sustainable change within our highest need neighborhoods and communities across the globe. In 2008, JPMorgan Chase gave more than $100 million through grants and sponsorships to thousands of not-for-profit organizations around the world. We also support the individual interests of our employees through the Matching Gift and volunteer programs.

Lumina Foundation for Education

Lumina Foundation for Education, an Indianapolis-based, private, independent foundation, strives to help people achieve their potential by expanding access to and success in education beyond high school. The mission of Lumina Foundation for Education is to expand access to postsecondary education in the United States. The Foundation seeks to identify and promote practices leading to improvement in the rates of entry and success in education beyond high school, particularly for students of low income or other underrepresented backgrounds.

National Science Foundation

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 "to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense…" With an annual budget of about $6.06 billion, NSF is the funding source for approximately 20 percent of all federally supported basic research conducted by America's colleges and universities.

New York Life Foundation

The New York Life Foundation devotes the majority of its resources to helping organizations and programs aimed at improving the lives of young people. The Foundation launched an initiative called Nurturing the Children that focuses on (1) Educational Enhancement; (2) Mentoring Children; (3) Safe Places to Learn and Grow; and (4) Childhood Bereavement. The New York Life Foundation funds programs that enhance and augment classroom instruction during the critical out-of-school (after-school and summer) hours. They support programs that help prepare young people for higher education and the workplace and equip them to be responsible citizens. They provide grants to organizations that provide children with opportunities to develop one-on-one relationships with caring adults who can serve as positive role models. They also support programs that provide safe, nurturing environments for learning and advancement for disadvantaged children and youth, including those who are in foster care or “aging out” of foster care, homeless, or are neither in-school nor working.

New York State Education Department Office of Bilingual Education and Foreign Language Studies (Formally known as New York State Education Department Office of Bilingual Education)

The primary goal of the Office of Bilingual Education and Foreign Language Studies is to provide support and technical assistance to Districts, Charter Schools, Non-Public Schools and other organizations (Universities, State Educational Organizations, etc.) in the development, implementation and evaluation of programs for limited English proficient / English language learners (LEP/ELLs), as well as foreign language (FL) students within the State’s P-16 initiative. Our website is constantly being updated to make available relevant information and documentation that will support services provided to our students and parents.

Public Broadcasting Service Foundation

The mission of the PBS Foundation is to enlist philanthropic support of public broadcasting through establishing special initiatives funds and a permanent endowment to ensure PBS's continued excellence, and to promote and enhance outstanding public broadcasting programs and services. Working collaboratively and cooperatively with member stations, the Foundation will secure the extraordinary funding necessary to maintain and enhance its commitment to serving the American public.

Time Warner, Inc. (Formally known as AOL Time Warner Foundation)

Time Warner’s community investment is a cornerstone of their corporate social responsibility efforts. As a funder, Time Warner develops thoughtful partnerships with their grantees.

Toyota USA Foundation.

The Toyota U.S.A. Foundation supports K-12 education programs with a focus on math, science and environmental science. The Foundation partners with leading organizations and institutes serving diverse populations across all 50 states.

U.S. Department of Education Office of English Language Acquisition

The mission of the Office of English Language Acquisition, Language Enhancement, and Academic Achievement for Limited English Proficient Students (OELA) is to: (1) Provide national leadership to help ensure that English language learners and immigrant students attain English proficiency and achieve academically and, (2) Assist in building the nation's capacity in critical foreign languages. The office identifies major issues affecting the education of English language learners, assists and supports State and local systemic reform efforts that emphasize high academic standards, school accountability, professional development and parent involvement.

U.S. Department of Education Office of Post-Secondary Education

The Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) formulates federal postsecondary education policy and administers programs that address critical national needs in support of our mission to increase access to quality postsecondary education.

William J. Clinton Educational Foundation

The William J. Clinton Foundation focuses on worldwide issues that demand urgent action, solutions, and measurable results -- global climate change, HIV/AIDS in the developing world, childhood obesity and economic opportunity in the United States, and economic development in Africa and Latin America.

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation supports children, families, and communities as they strengthen and create conditions that propel vulnerable children to achieve success as individuals and as contributors to the larger community and society. Over the years, the Kellogg Foundation’s programming has continued to evolve, striving to remain innovative and responsive to the ever-changing needs of society. Today, the organization ranks among the world’s largest private foundations, awarding grants in the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean, and southern Africa.

 Program Contributors
Black Media Foundation

The mission of the Black Media Foundation, Inc. (BMF) is to increase the number of voices in the fabric of America. BMF does this in two ways: It improves the level of communication arts skills in communities outside the so-called mainstream and increases the amount of storytelling about these communities. BMF assists students in developing their skills in the communication arts fields including creative writing, newspaper, video, and web production. To carry this out, BMF works with all youth, in particular, the disadvantaged.

Educational Video Center

The Educational Video Center is a non-profit youth media organization dedicated to teaching documentary video as a means to develop the artistic, critical literacy, and career skills of young people, while nurturing their idealism and commitment to social change. Founded in 1984, EVC has evolved from a single video workshop for teenagers from Manhattan's Lower East Side to become an internationally acclaimed leader in youth media education. EVC's teaching methodology brings together the powerful traditions of student-centered progressive education and independent community documentary.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) is the nation's leading Hispanic scholarship organization, providing the Hispanic community more college scholarships and educational outreach support than any other organization in the country. In its 34 year history, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund has awarded close to $280M in scholarships to more than 90,000 students in need. Two-thirds of these students were the first in their families to go to college. For the 2008-2009 academic year, 4,600 college bound Hispanic students were awarded scholarships worth $28M. HSF scholars are high achievers and they have or are attending close to 2,000 of the nation’s diverse and academically rigorous colleges and universities in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

New York State Association for College Admission Counseling

The New York State Association of College Admission Counseling (NYSACAC) is committed to: (1) Service students and their families in the transition to post-secondary education; (2) Develop, strengthen, and support the professionalism of those who provide the information and counseling regarding post-secondary opportunities; (3) Promote access and equity in post-secondary education; (4) Provide leadership through participation in the development of the National Association for College Admission Counseling policies and practices; and (5) Promote high professional standards that foster ethical and social responsibility.

Sallie Mae Foundation

Sallie Mae®, the nation’s leading provider of saving, planning and paying for education programs. Since its founding more than 35 years ago, the company has invested in more than 31 million people to help them realize their dreams of higher education. The company provides federal and private student loans for undergraduate and graduate students and their parents. In addition, Sallie Mae offers comprehensive information and resources to assist students, parents, and guidance professionals with the financial aid process. The company also helps families save for college through 529 college savings plans and through its Upromise savings program.

The First Tee - Metropolitan New York Professional Golf Association

can capture their specific logo from that page Mission statement and purpose of The First Tee is as follows: To impact the lives of young people by providing learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and life-enhancing values through the game of golf. As a partnership between the MGA Foundation and Metropolitan PGA, The First Tee Metropolitan New York serves as the premier golf youth development organization in the Metropolitan New York region. The First Tee Life Skills Experience is one of the unique features that differentiates The First Tee from many other successful junior golf programs. These lessons for life are taught through a variety of golf-related activities designed with the primary goal of having fun. Participants learn about themselves and others through a range of experiences enhancing their golf skills as well as their fundamental values for life.

Partners and Collaborators
 Local Educational Agency
The New York City Department of Education

The New York City Department of Education is the largest system of public schools in the United States, serving about 1.1 million students in over 1,600 schools. New York City's public schools use an innovative funding system to create equitable learning environments for all students.

GEAR UP Schools

There are currently 41 middle and high schools that are served by assigned project associates from GEAR UP Network (2005-2011), South Bronx GEAR UP (2007-2013), and Bronx GEAR UP (2008-2012). In these schools, grade level cohorts of students receive comprehensive services including academic enrichment, afterschool programs, tutoring, mentoring, college readiness workshops, college and career awareness visits, learning technology support, and more.

MS 45 - Thomas C. Giordano
MS 80 - Isobel Rooney
MS 101 - P.O. Edward R. Byrne
MS 180 - Daniel Hale Williams
MS 181 - Pablo Casals
MS 228 - Jonas Bronck Academy
MS 254 - MS 254
MS 280 - Mosholu Parkway
MS 322 - Aspire Preparatory School
MS 390 - MS 390
MS/HS 141 - Riverdale / Kingsbridge Academy
MS/HS 241 - Urban Assembly School for Applied Math and Science
MS/HS 243 - West Bronx Academy for the Future
MS/HS 368 - Information and Network Technology School (In Tech)
MS/HS 505 - Bronx School for Law Government and Justice
MS/HS 517 - Frederick Douglass Academy
JHS 125 - Henry Hudson
HS 252 - Mott Hall Bronx High School
HS 260 - Bronx Center for Science & Math
HS 263 - Validus Preparatory Academy
HS 288 - Collegiate Institute for Math & Science
HS 293 - Renaissance High School
HS 295 - Gateway School for Environmental Research & Technology
HS 297 - Morris Academy for Collaborative Studies
HS 299 - Astor Collegiate Academy
HS 305 - Pablo Neruda Academy
HS 312 - Millennium Art Academy
HS 342 - ISLA (International School for Liberal Arts)
HS 403 - Bronx International High School: Morris Campus
HS 404 - School for Excellence
HS 405 - Lehman High School
HS 413 - Bronx High School for Medical Science
HS 418 - Bronx High School for Visual Arts
HS 437 - Fordham High School for the Arts
HS 440 - DeWitt Clinton High School
HS 442 - Celia Cruz Bronx High School for Music
HS 455 - Truman High School -Selected Programs
HS 513 - New World High School
HS 525 - Bronx Leadership Academy
HS 527 - Bronx Leadership Academy 2
HS 542 - Pelham Preparatory Academy

 Community Based Organizations
ASPIRA of New York

ASPIRA was founded in New York City in 1961 by Dr. Antonia Pantoja to combat the very high dropout rate among Puerto Rican high school youth. The ASPIRA movement and Dr. Pantoja’s ideals took root around the country, leading to the creation in 1968 of ASPIRA of America—today known as The ASPIRA Association—and the establishment of ASPIRA associate offices in Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Puerto Rico. Its mission is to foster the social advancement of the Puerto Rican/Latino community by supporting its youth in the pursuit of educational excellence through leadership development activities and programs that emphasizes commitment to the community and pride in the Puerto Rican/Latino culture.

Mosholu Montefiore Community Center

The Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC) has been providing programs and services to the North Bronx since 1942. MMCC programs serve newborns, children, teens, adults, and senior citizens under the guidance of warm and caring professional staff. In our city that has been assaulted by terrorists and torn by racism, anti-Semitism, ethnic isolation, drugs and insufficient health and education services, MMCC serves as a light in the darkness. We encourage all residents of the Bronx, regardless of religion, race or ethnicity, to come together in a spirit of friendship to pursue common goals and interests. We are here to help make our neighborhoods better for everyone. We also stress religious, racial, ethnic, and cultural respect for all groups who use the Community Center.

 Colleges and Universities
Lehman College

With more than 55,000 alumni and 12,000 students, Lehman College serves the Bronx and our surrounding region as an intellectual, economic, and cultural center. The College is named after Herbert H. Lehman, who was governor of New York State, a U.S. Senator, and an internationalist. His values of dedicated public service continue to guide the College today.

Brown University

Academics are at the core of the Brown Pre-College experience, with more than 250 courses to choose from, in a variety of formats and course lengths – everything from the cutting edge of arts and science to career-oriented courses offered in one- to seven-week sessions.

Columbia University

Columbia University offers a pre-college program for students entering grades 9 through 12 and freshman year of college who are interested in intensive summer study. Now in its 23rd year, Columbia University's Summer Program for High School Students offers highly motivated students the opportunity of a lifetime: a world-class educational experience set in the most exciting city in the nation. The Summer Program for High School Students in New York City is renowned for its academic rigor, instructional excellence, and the unique opportunity to experience college life in the Ivy League while sampling the vibrancy of New York City.

Fordham University

Fordham University, the Jesuit University of New York, is committed to the discovery of Wisdom and the transmission of Learning, through research and through undergraduate, graduate and professional education of the highest quality. Guided by its Catholic and Jesuit traditions, Fordham fosters the intellectual, moral and religious development of its students and prepares them for leadership in a global society.

Harvard University

Every summer, more than 1,000 motivated high school students from the United States and abroad attend the Harvard summer session to experience college. Testing out the responsibilities of college gives you the confidence to succeed as you finish your secondary school career and enter the next phase of your life—college.

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth

The Center for Talented Youth (CTY) shares with its parent organization, the Johns Hopkins University, a three-part mission of teaching, research, and service. More specifically, CTY: (1) Seeks students of the highest academic ability through its talent search and offers them challenging educational opportunities that develop the intellect, encourage achievement, and nurture social development. (2) Conducts research and evaluation studies that advance knowledge about gifted education; develops best practices in educating highly able children; and disseminates its findings to parents, the education community, and policymakers. (3) Supports educators in their efforts to meet the needs of highly able students, assists parents in advocating for their gifted children, and participates actively in community service.


The State University of New York (SUNY) is a system of public institutions of higher education in New York State. It is the largest comprehensive system of universities, colleges, and community colleges in the world spanning 64 campuses across the state. In addition to numerous SUNY campuses being affiliated with New York State GEAR UP, SUNY Cobleskill is the side of a GEAR UP partnership grant.


The New York State Higher Education Services Center (HESC) makes it much faster and easier for students and parents to apply for aid, explore careers and colleges, compare private student loan products. And, our advanced online processing services make virtually every stage of the aid process more efficient and productive for college administrators and lenders. HESC Is a leading guarantor of student loans and the only guarantor based in New York. It manages more than 26 grant, scholarship and loan programs, including the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), the nation's largest state grant, and the state-sponsored New York Higher Education Loan Program (NYHELPs). HESC leads the nation in providing state-sponsored grants, scholarships and tuition waivers. The program offers a breadth of financial aid products to easily accommodate the different needs of various students and schools, and it assists schools and students with advanced default prevention, financial literacy and counseling programs.

 Not For Profit Organizations
The After School Corporation

The After-School Corporation (TASC) is a nonprofit organization based in New York City. TASC works in New York and the nation to change public policy and expand public funding so all kids from all backgrounds can have high quality experiences beyond regular school hours that support their intellectual, creative and healthy development. TASC develops and promotes models for after-school and summer programs that demonstrably improve kids’ school engagement, motivation and achievement at a cost public funding can sustain, and that keep kids safe while parents work. TASC evaluates the effectiveness and impact of its programs and shares findings with after-school educators around the country. When TASC finds approaches that are transformative for kids, they work to expand them to reach millions of kids and families.

Commission of Independent Colleges and Universities (cIcu)

Founded in 1956 by a small group of private, not-for-profit college and university presidents, the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (cIcu) now represents 111 independent (private, not-for-profit) campuses across New York State. cIcu is a statewide association representing the public policy interests of the chief executives of more than 100 independent colleges and universities in New York State.

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) is the premier Hispanic non-profit and non-partisan 501(c) (3) leadership development organization in the country. CHCI’s mission is to develop the next generation of Latino leaders by promoting higher education, providing unmatched career development experience, and award-winning leadership development curriculum. The CHCI vision is an educated and civically active Hispanic community contributing at all levels of U.S. society, business, and government.

Junior Achievement of New York

Junior Achievement of New York (JANY) is a non-profit organization that connects volunteers with students in grades K—12. Through in-class activities, after-school programs, and workplace experiences, students acquire the confidence they need to succeed in their future careers and in life. Junior Achievement of New York’s mission is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

New York Botanical Garden

The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) is one of the premier botanical gardens in the United States, located in the Bronx in New York City. It spans some 250 acres of Bronx Park and is home to some of the world's leading plant laboratories. Garden highlights include an 1890s-vintage, wrought-iron framed, "crystal-palace style" greenhouse by Lord & Burnham, part of the Haupt Conservatory; the Peggy Rockefeller memorial rose garden (originally laid out by Beatrix Farrand in 1916); a rock garden; a 37-acre conifer collection; extensive research facilities including a propagation center, 50,000-volume library, and an herbarium archive of over seven million botanical specimens dating back more than three centuries.

The New York Public Library

To inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen our communities. No other organization provides the wide array of resources and services that you'll find here—and makes them available free of charge to all. It's a place where more than 20 million books, CDs and DVDs, and research materials are used each year… a place where 690,000 people come to attend our free programs, including job search classes… a place that last year saw a 12% increase in visitors—nearly 40 million in person or via our content rich website.

The Urban Assembly

The Urban Assembly (UA) is a non-profit organization that creates and manages a community of New York City Public Schools dedicated to preparing students from under-resourced neighborhoods for success in four-year colleges. UA provides a rigorous academic education, personal attention, and close relationships with teachers, partnering organizations, and individual mentors that connect the classroom to college and the working world. The demanding curriculum in Urban Assembly schools develops the skills and the habits of mind it takes to earn a college degree. In UA small schools, where enrollment averages 100 students per grade, each student receives a personalized education. All UA schools are enriched by close working partnerships with major public agencies, colleges and universities, and nonprofit and private organizations, ranging from Polytechnic University to the Wildlife Conservation Society and the law firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore.

Wave Hill Nature Center

Wave Hill is a 28-acre public garden and cultural center in the Bronx overlooking the Hudson River and Palisades. Its mission is to celebrate the artistry and legacy of its gardens and landscapes, to preserve its magnificent views, and to explore human connections to the natural world through programs in horticulture, education and the arts.

Wildlife Conservation Society/The Bronx Zoo

From its earliest days, the Wildlife Conservation Society has been a leader in animal wellbeing. The flagship Bronx Zoo established its first veterinary department in 1901. At the time, the department consisted only of a pathologist and a veterinarian. Today, the Wildlife Health Sciences division includes departments of clinical care, pathology, nutrition, and field veterinary programs. The Wildlife Health Center, located on Bronx Zoo grounds, serves more than 15,000 animals from the four WCS zoos in New York. The state-of-the-art Aquatic Animal Health Center at the New York Aquarium opened in 2008 to meet the unique challenges of caring for its collection of marine animals. The high-tech hospital includes a laboratory and an operating room, several pools for patients with flippers, X-ray machines, and a kitchen for preparing meals for residents of all sizes, from a tiny seahorse to a 3,000-pound walrus.

Youth Venture

Youth Venture was started by Ashoka, the oldest, largest and fastest growing association of the world’s leading social entrepreneurs. Social entrepreneurs pioneer new industries or ways of doing things, and they are motivated by their desire to create positive social change on a massive scale. Ashoka invests in social entrepreneurs and helps them start their ventures, many of which have led to social change around the globe. They become Ashoka Fellows, and they are part of the Ashoka fellowship, where they can learn from and collaborate with each other, for life. Through the Youth Venture program, these social entrepreneurs tackle problems in all areas of need: the environment, health, learning, human rights, civic engagement, economic development, etc.


BRONXNET is the private, not-for-profit community television station serving the borough of the Bronx. The Station was established in 1988, under an agreement between the City of New York and Cablevision of New York City. BRONXNET programs four channels-67, 68, 69, and 70-on the Cablevision system in the Bronx. Each channel presents a unique brand of programming: Channel 67 focuses on public affairs programs produced by the station. 67's programs keep viewers up-to-date on local issues and face-to-face with the borough's representatives. Channel 68 features arts and entertainment programs including many that spotlight local artists. Channel 69 includes a host of foreign language programs of special interest to the various nationalities that make up the borough. Channel 70 is largely dedicated to informational programs produced by local organizations as well as inspirational programs produced by local churches.

 Businesses and Educational Publishers
The College Board

The College Board is a not-for-profit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the College Board is composed of more than 5,700 schools, colleges, universities and other educational organizations. Each year, the College Board serves seven million students and their parents, 23,000 high schools, and 3,800 colleges through major programs and services in college readiness, college admission, guidance, assessment, financial aid, enrollment, and teaching and learning. Among its best-known programs are the SAT®, the PSAT/NMSQT® and the Advanced Placement Program® (AP®). The College Board is committed to the principles of excellence and equity, and that commitment is embodied in all of its programs, services, activities and concerns.

Peterson's a Nelnet Company

Peterson’s offers “the most comprehensive and heavily traveled education resource on the Internet.” Since 1966, Peterson's has helped to connect individuals, educational institutions, and corporations through its critically acclaimed books, Web sites, online products, and admissions services. Peterson's reaches millions of consumers annually with information about colleges and universities, career schools, graduate programs, distance learning, executive training, private secondary schools, summer opportunities, study abroad, financial aid, test preparation, and career exploration.

The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review helps students, parents, and educators achieve the best results at every stage of their educational careers. By focusing on preparation and practice, The Princeton Review helps students improve their performance in the classroom and on standardized tests. Through The Princeton Review website, they offer help to parents, teachers, students and schools to navigate the complexities of school admissions.

Dell Computing

Dell, Inc. is committed to making a meaningful difference today to inspire a better connected tomorrow. As a global leader in the industry, Dell makes it a priority to contribute positively to the communities where they live and work. Their approach is based on building lasting relationships with our neighbors and customers and creating change that inspires others. It’s about getting involved and doing what they can, where they can, with the knowledge, skills and innovation that they’re able to offer.

Lectorum/Scholastic, Inc.

Lectorum has the best selection of Spanish-language books for adults and children, offering more than 25,000 titles. Lectorum is the exclusive U.S. distributor of children’s books by some of the most prestigious publishing companies in the world: Anaya, Bruño, Corimbo, Edebé, Edilupa, Ekaré, Entrelibros, Everest, Fondo de Cultura Económica, Global, La Galera, Juventud, Kalandraka, Kókinos, Litexsa, Lóguez, Melhoramentos, Molino, Noguer, Serres, and Tandem. Lectorum is also the sole distributor of the Harry Potter series in Spanish in the U.S and Puerto Rico.

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Updated: July 17, 2012