10.07.14 | No Comments
What I loved most about being a photo intern for City Parks Foundation was being able to explore the diversity of New York City.
10.01.14 | No Comments
Take a look at these photos from this year's CityParks Sports programs!
09.29.14 | No Comments
Check out these fantastic photos from our 2014 SummerStage season!
09.26.14 | No Comments
Our urban environment is an important part of our existence. Today’s children are the key for the future so it’s essential that we provide them with tools that will help them understand the relationship between us and the world around us
09.22.14 | No Comments
I’ll put it bluntly - this summer spent as a Marketing & Communications intern at CPF was the best summer of my life thus far.
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At the end of each It's My Park Day season, Partnerships for Parks honors and thanks our many hard-working community groups and volunteers for their year-round service and dedication to NYC Parks.
09.09.14 | No Comments
As the Coastal Classroom Summer Institute wrapped up, the students recounted their favorite experiences of the progra
08.26.14 | No Comments
In Coastal Classroom teens can “get their feet wet” in some of New York’s coastal hot spots while studying New York City’s dynamic aquatic ecosystem.
08.20.14 | No Comments
It's the last day of City Parks Foundation’s Green Girls Summer Institute, and we are all sad to bring the summer to an end! Our 25 Green Girls, early adolescents primarily from western Queens, 3 high school interns and three staff were completing our fifth week together pursuing an in-depth study of forest ecology.
08.18.14 | No Comments
Montréal Complètement Cirque 2014 was an immersive experience in circus or cirque. The organization put together a group of delegates that they referred to as Autopistes. The Autopistes representatives were from all parts of North America and Europe. We were assembled together for several days of seminars, meetings, luncheons, dinners, performances and showcases. It seemed to the North Americans, excluding the Canadians, that we needed the Cirque 101 classes, while the Europeans were in a series of intermediate classes.
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