New York City Community Emergency Response Team (NYC CERT) members are dedicated volunteers who undergo a training program that provides basic response skills needed for fire safety, light search and rescue, community disaster support, disaster medical operations, and traffic control. The Brooklyn South Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is Brooklyn Community Board 14’s local CERT chapter. This team works in collaboration with New York City Emergency Management to assist with community residents and their needs and offers year-round personal disaster preparedness training and volunteer opportunities for all ages. Watch the video below to learn more and visit brooklynsouthcert.com. and www1.nyc.gov/site/em/volunteer/nyc-cert.
CB14 Youth ConferenceBrooklyn South Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
The Transition and College Access Centers (TCACs) are devoted to ensuring that students with disabilities are prepared for postsecondary life experiences. TCACs support schools and families by facilitating a seamless transition for students from school to adult life in preparation to be productive members of society. In addition to college readiness resources and supports, these centers will also facilitate diverse work-based learning opportunities for students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs).
Transition means preparing students for adult life. Whether it’s preparing to attend college, enter the workforce, or live independently for the first time, TCACs exist to help students with IEPs achieve their goals, and support families and school staff in planning for their students’ life after high school. Work-based Learning programs provide opportunities for students to gain real-life work experience through internships and employment. Training Opportunities Program (TOP) helps students participate in internships.