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Newark

Serving a network of roughly 40 district, charter, and independent schools, STC Newark has emerged as a leader in supporting real-world career pathways for students.

What We Do

STC Newark is a regional leader and pioneer at bringing real-world learning into schools through programs that include: Career Skills Pathways Program, Bridging the e2e Gap, Professional Learning Groups, and our Design Day Challenge and Celebration. In addition to these signature programs, STC Newark partners with several local organizations to support regional initiatives.

Programs Offered

Special Newark Initiatives

Prudential Citywide Math Initiative

STC Newark serves as Lead partner with Prudential on this initiative to increase math readiness skills of all Newark youth. At the high school level, we expose high school students to math careers through classroom workshops and the new Prudential Actuary Career Exploration (PACE) program. We also bring together math teachers and professors to close the gap on the high school to college math gap. At the K-8 level, we will soon be launching a citywide math campaign. For more information, email [email protected] (K-8) or [email protected] (9-12).

Victoria Foundation Public School Grants Program

STC Newark is one of four intermediary organizations administering $200,000 in Victoria Foundation grant money to Newark traditional and charter schools to use for College Access & Success.

For  more information, email [email protected].

Spirit of Community Service Clubs

STC Newark serves as the lead coordinator this initiative of the Prudential Spirit of Community Office. Working with Prudential volunteers, teams of middle school students meet monthly to work through a community service curriculum, culminating with teams hosting community service projects in their school communities.

For more information, email [email protected]

Our Schools

  • Achieve Community Charter School
  • American History High School
  • Avon Avenue School
  • Bard High School Early College
  • Barringer High School
  • BRICK Peshine Academy
  • Camden Street School
  • Chancellor Avenue School
  • Cristo Rey Newark
  • Discovery Charter School
  • Eagle Academy of Young Men
  • East Side High School
  • Great Oaks Legacy Downtown Middle School
  • Great Oaks Legacy High School
  • Great Oaks Legacy Middle Schol
  • Hawkins Street School
  • Hawthorne Avenue School
  • Lincoln School
  • Link Community Charter School
  • Malcolm X Shabazz High School
  • Newark Collegiate Academy
  • Newark Educators Community Charter School
  • Oliver Street School
  • People’s Prep Charter School
  • Philip’s Academy Charter School
  • Ridge Street School
  • Speedway Academies
  • St. Benedict’s Elementary School
  • St. Benedict’s Middle School
  • St. Benedict’s Preparatory School
  • Technology High School
  • University Heights Charter School
  • University High School
  • Weequahic High School
  • West Side High School

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So proud to be part of the new Newark Board of Education academy launches - Barringer Academy of Law and Public Safety with Rutgers Law School and McCarter & English, LLP, and West Side Academy of Business and Finance with Rutgers Business School and Google! Looking forward to continuing to assist in the building of the programs! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Today, our Executive Director presented at Mount Saint Mary College’s 10th Annual Center for Adolescent Research and Development Conference. This year’s theme was all about student activism and community engagement - real-world learning in action! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Today, our Executive Director presented at Mount Saint Mary College’s 10th Annual Center for Adolescent Research and Development Conference. This year’s theme was all about student activism and community engagement - real-world learning in action!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Contact Us

Erin Sweeney – [email protected]
Executive Director

Josiah Johnson – [email protected]
Manager of School Programs

Ashaki Goodall – [email protected]

Manager of Career Skills Programs