Helping students find a college that can help them prepare to achieve personal and professional success is one of the most important things you can do as an educator. Look closely at Berkeley College—we’re confident you’ll see an institution that delivers on its promises by providing outstanding career-focused education and close, personal support and attention to help our students achieve their goals.
Some important factors to consider when helping students choose a college:
Berkeley’s programs are developed with input from industry experts to prepare students for the professional world.
Many Berkeley instructors have extensive professional experience in the subjects they teach, having worked at leading companies and organizations. Some have run their own firms.
Academic Resource Centers at each Berkeley location offer comprehensive support resources and services, including tutoring at no additional charge. Counseling and other support services are also available.
All Berkeley programs require a faculty-monitored internship, practicum, or job-related assignment where students apply what they’ve learned in the classroom.
More than 30 Berkeley Career Services specialists prepare students for career opportunities and maintain an extensive network of employer contacts. Berkeley graduates receive free lifetime career assistance.
To assist educators and school counselors, Berkeley College has developed programs and services to benefit you and your high school students. Many can be presented at your school. We are here to help you help your students.
Berkeley College offers a series of free workshops to engage your students on topics including personal finance, communication, and careers in fashion, healthcare, and law. Compliment your coursework with these exciting presentations that center on personal growth and development.
Navigating financial aid, including the FAFSA, is critical and complicated. To help, Berkeley College will conduct a financial aid workshop at no cost to your school or to attendees.
High school seniors who are members of DECA may apply for partial- and full-tuition scholarships. Click here for the flyer.
High school seniors who are members of DECA may apply for partial- and full-tuition scholarships. To access the application form, click here.
Berkeley College Summer Workshops: These workshops give your students a behind-the-scenes look at a variety of dynamic careers. Sessions focus on Business, Fashion, Graphic Design, Healthcare, Interior Design, and Legal and Justice Studies.
Compare closely and you’ll see that Berkeley is an excellent choice for preparing students for a successful career. To schedule a visit or for location-specific questions, please contact the High School Director of Admissions at the following locations:
Woodland Park 973-278-5400
New York City Midtown 212-986-4343
White Plains 914-694-1122
For questions or more information, call High School and Community Outreach at 800-883-2844.