Rochester, New York
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2010.12.24 08:48 jemer1 SUNY Brockport
2012.10.10 06:55 Rgacz85 SUNY College at Brockport
Any students who attend SUNY Brockport
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2023.03.18 20:25 venusrian average stem girl whose really made for humanities is not doing too bad (in her opinion)
- Gender: female
- Race/Ethnicity: haitian-american
- Residence: long island, ny
- Income Bracket: <30k efc of 0 (womp womp)
- Type of School: title 1 public school, <800 students total
- Hooks (Recruited Athlete, URM, First-Gen, Geographic, Legacy, etc.): URM, first gen
: data science/data analytics/computer science/cybersecurity/statistics (i applied for data science to most) Academics
- GPA (UW/W): 96ish UW? not exactly sure but i know my weighted is 100.4936
- Rank (or percentile): top 10% of class. i think there are 153 kids total in my graduating class making me top 15
- # of Honors/AP/IB/Dual Enrollment/etc.: 8 APS by the end of senior year (school offers 16 aps total) 12 honors classes / 8 college/hc classes
- Senior Year Course Load: 3 aps (ap gov, ap calc ab, ap comp sci principles), 3 college/hc classes one of them being college statistics, 2 half year electives (sociology & cultural diversity, AA history)
Extracurriculars/Activities (super mediocre but show my passion for coding ig?)
- SAT I: 1400 (780RW, 620M) i submitted to every college aside from rensselaer & hamilton? for some odd reason i really dont know what i was thinking
- APs: i reported them all (can you see i had 0 guidance in this process)
- ap seminar - 5
- ap research - 3
- ap us history - 4
- ap world history - 3
- ap lang - 3
Awards/Honors (super mediocre)
- part time job, worked in a hair salon as an assistant to the main hair stylist. it was only me & her for the 2 years i was working there. i probably should of gotten a rec from her but its too late now!
- did a summer honors college program for 2 weeks straight where i learned python.
- coded a website thats hosted on neocities thats all abt me and my interests and hobbies and such
- 30 hrs of community service/volunteering at food drives & childrens events/parties.
Letters of Recommendation
- principle’s list - all 4 years of high school
- national african american recognition program scholar
- AP capstone certificate
- school’s STEM honor society chapter
- AP scholar w/ distinction
i have absolutely no idea they could have gone either way. i know they both think im a sweetheart so perhaps they wrote some good stuff in them? i asked 2 math teachers. my geometry & algebra 2 teacher from 9th & 10th grade and my precalc teacher from 11th grade. (7.5/10)
my counselors recommendation im assuming is good because she constantly uses positive objectives to describe me! (also 7.5/10) Interviews
didn't do any! my social anxiety is terrible and i knew it would make my application look worse if anything. i did do the optional video for washU though! Essays
the part of my application that im most proud of tbh and i think its what has been carrying me throughout this entire process. i used the common app prompt #4 and basically wrote it within 1-2 days. once i had the idea in my head it just immediately came together. i wrote about a box that was full of rubber ducks & covered with sticky notes of quotes i had previously said that was given to me for my bday in 9th grade. discussed how it made me realize i have a distinct personality and allowed me to succeed in ways i never knew i could. tied it back to my love for math and how ironic it was that ducks, which are known for quacking, helped me realize the value in silence. i asked my counselor, english teacher, and a college professor and they all said it was extremely creative and a “strong” essay. (8.5/10) Decisions (indicate ED/EA/REA/SCEA/RD) Acceptances:
- sunys (brockport, oneonta, geneseo, new paltz, buffalo) (all EA)
- missouri state university ($23,435 scholarship) also got into the honors college! (EA)
- hofstra university ($35k scholarship) also got into the honors college! (EA)
- clarkson university ($40k scholarship) (RD)
- polytechnical schools, (WPI (EA) $23k scholarship, RPI (RD) $47,500 scholarship, Stevens (RD) $25k scholarship)
- university of rochester (this one shocked me) $18k scholarship (RD)
- case western reserve university (this one shocked me even more) $36k scholarship! (RD)
0 so far! Rejections:
also 0, but i expect to get a few this upcoming week LMAOOO Pending:
- WashU (massive reach but its my top school & im really hoping!) + i had soo much fun writing the supplemental essay. i think it showed my love for both statistics & washu quite nicely
- suny bing
- northeastern (lmaoo 0 chance)
- colgate (really hoping on this one too bc my physics teacher who was fired after 1 year went here & i absolutely adored him)
- hamilton (massive reach)
- syracuse Additional Information:
i didnt take a physical/life science class this year! so i explained in the additional info section on common app that the reason i didnt take one this year is because it didnt fit into my schedule as im taking 2 college-level math courses which i know are crucial for my intended major (i explained it a lot more eloquently on common app of course)
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2023.02.06 06:53 marcoaltieri_ Marco Altieri Rochester NY - All-American Home Care CEO
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Marco Altieri Rochester NY Marco Altieri of Rochester, NY
began a career in home care as an aide in 2003. He has worked in virtually every role within the field, and in 2015, he co-founded All-American Home Care. Mr. Altieri is a graduate of SUNY Brockport where he earned his B.S. in political science and sociology. He is the CEO of All-American Home Care, and in 2014 was awarded the RBJ Health Care Achievement Award for his work in the industry.
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2023.01.28 22:44 big_easy_ Looking for advice on upstate new york for homesteading.
Hello there, I"m new to the group. I spent one year going to SUNY Brockport about a decade ago, and remember loving my time upstate. It was always green and beautiful everywhere.
We currently live in Colorado, but have some family in Eastern Ohio, so we're planning on moving in the next couple of years to start a homestead. We do a lot of gardening here in the Denver area (and love it), but land is pretty pricey here, and water makes it difficult as well. But we'd eventually like to have 10-20 acres and have chickens, goats, orchard and maybe a dairy cow. We've narrowed down our list to upstate NY or eastern Ohio or Michigan. We really love the mountains and the terrain, so would prefer to not be in the midwest. Even though I've lived upstate, I was a young college student who didn't have an income or owned a home, so I'm not very familiar with real life examples of taxes. I was wondering if there are homesteaders in the area that could give me some advice for things like:
- Are taxes truly that bad in upstate NY? Can someone please explain how school taxes differ from property taxes? Is a Zillow estimate for example much lower than what it would be after school taxes?
- What is zoning like? Would it be hard to build a second home (for aging parents) on the same land?
- Along those lines, is healthcare difficult in more rural parts? If we have older parents living with us, will want to have good access.
- I work remotely, so would need access to a good internet connection. What are rural areas like in these states for that?
I know this is all very high level...but gotta start somewhere. And I want to spend the couple of years doing all the research I can before we commit to buying something in that area.
Thanks in advance for any help!
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2023.01.12 08:28 marcoaltieri_ Marco Altieri Rochester NY - CEO Of All-American Home Care
2022.12.20 21:44 JustAAnormalDude What is the best college overall out of the ones I have a fair chance to get accepted to?
Likely acceptence: University at Buffalo, Fordham University, University of Hartford
Fair chance: Boston University, University of Rochester, Colgate University
Low chance: Hamilton College
I got accepted to SUNY Brockport and Point Park Univesity, but I'd prefer to go to some of the others listed above. I plan to major in economics or business if that helps.
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2022.12.17 00:22 Muh_brand Could use some opinions on my GI Bill options
For context, I am ETS'ing in July of 2023. I am a 15U, CH-47 (Chinook) mechanic. I will have my A&P license (FAA aircraft mechanic license) before I ETS. I am returning to Rochester, NY. Now, my intent is to be employed at the Rochester airport as an aviation mechanic. I am on the fence about joining the NY National Guard, which does have CH-47s at that airport. I am pursuing an IT degree as that is what I did prior to the Army and I can't mechanic forever. I currently have 62 credits with UMGC for Networking & Cybersecurity. I am looking to transfer when I ETS to either SUNY Brockport or RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology).
SUNY Brockport is a cheap, public school. Doesn't mean they are bad. But if I go this route I waste my GI Bill with the 9/11 OR join the guard, use their tuition program for half a degree and pocket Montgomery GI.
The alternative is RIT, a very expensive private school. Will require the post 9/11 and yellow ribbon. Same degree but much more recognizable school. However, they require two terms of co-op, which is a paid internship at an average of $22/ hr.
So my dilemma is this, Brockport and Guard enlistment, Brockport and use 9/11 on a super cheap school, or 9/11 at RIT and sacrifice my job opportunities and income in the summer for 2 years. I have a family of 4 which makes the reduced income during the co-op quite a big deal. I've run this by multiple people and the answers are so mixed I still just don't know what to do.
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2022.12.16 02:15 Muh_brand NY Guard SUNY tuition and GI Bill
Hello, I am currently active Army and etsing next year. I'm staying in NY and wondering if the NY Guards program to pay for SUNY schools can be used concurrently with my GI Bill. I have not deployed so the free school when I ets is off the table. I'm wondering if I can go to SUNY Brockport and collect on the Montgomery GI Bill. I'd appreciate any input or experience on the subject.
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2022.11.09 01:29 bigchungus5520 RIT vs SUNY Brockport
kinda an update on my last post in this sub. i applied ED to RIT because it is my top school, and the only thing that is stopping me from going is if my family can’t afford it. like no other factors play as big of a role as “is this worth drowning in debt for?”
my first choice major is cs, and other choices are other computing majors.
i have a 96.5% GPA, intense course load with a lot of APs (bc calc & comp sci A are probably the most important), 1390 SAT, so i am expecting to get a decent amount of merit scholarships. not need based tho my EFC is astronomically high (fafsa is bs). also got the alumni scholarship but that’s only $1000 a year.
i won’t know for certain until I get accepted but i’m pretty sure my tuition will be somewhere around $35,000?? or whatever the net price calculator spit out??
meanwhile, i just got accepted to suny brockport for cs. obviously we aren’t looking at a school that’s prestigious for CS, butttt they gave me an amazing deal. if I live on campus (wasn’t planning on because I live within commuting distance) room & board is fully covered and i get $4500 a year off tuition (which is already mega cheap in state it’s like under 10 grand or smth). so basically i could get my degree for the cost of one year at RIT.
obviously, RIT is gonna have the better program. but at the end of the day, isn’t it still a degree? i went to RITs open house last month and loved it . going to go to brockport hopefully sometime this month too. i’m just worried about the cost . if I go to RIT, my mom is already down to take out a loan for me. i feel like i’m gonna be such a burden for the next 10+ years, when I could pay for brockport graduate with 0 debt.
not really interested in MCC / a 2+2 with RIT either because it’s still expensive. and brockport is the closest SUNY, no other is within commuting distance . i don’t wanna be far away from home so my options are limited.
i just need some advice and/or reassurance . i know that in the end wherever I chose to go I will be okay, but i’m so stressed right now
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2022.10.29 19:55 nezumipi Early voting is open in New York State. If you're registered in Monroe County, you can vote at any of the sites listed below from today (10/29) to 11/6.
These sites are only for people registered in Monroe County. If you're registered in Monroe County, you can vote early at any of these sites, not just your assigned polling place. If you are registered outside
of Monroe County, go to https://rit.turbovote.org/
for information on early voting in your district.
Dates and times:
10/29/2022 Saturday, 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
10/30/2022 Sunday, 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
10/31/2022 Monday, 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
11/01/2022 Tuesday, 11:00:00 AM - 8:00:00 PM
11/02/2022 Wednesday, 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
11/03/2022 Thursday, 11:00:00 AM - 8:00:00 PM
11/04/2022 Friday, 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
11/05/2022 Saturday, 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
11/06/2022 Sunday, 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
Locations: HENRIETTA PUBLIC LIBRARY 625 Calkins Rd, Rochester NY 14623 (ASL Interpreter at site)
DAVID F GANTT COMMUNITY CENTER 700 North St, Rochester NY 14605
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB 500 Genesee St, Rochester NY 14611
SIBLEY SQUARE 250 E Main St, Rochester NY 14604
EDGERTON RECREATION CENTER 41 Backus St, Rochester NY 14608
NORTON VILLAGE RECREATION CENTER 350 Waring Rd, Rochester NY 14609
** SUNY EMPIRE STATE COLLEGE 680 Westfall Rd, Rochester NY 14620 (ASL Interpreter at site) **
ST THEODORES CHURCH 168 Spencerport Rd, Rochester NY 14606
NORTH GREECE ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST 1039 N Greece Rd, Rochester NY 14626
IRONDEQUOIT PUBLIC LIBRARY 1290 Titus Ave, Rochester NY 14617
PENFIELD DOLOMITE LODGE 1628 Jackson Rd, Penfield NY 14526
PERINTON SQUARE MALL 6720 Pittsford Palmyra Rd, Fairport NY 14450
SWEDEN CLARKSON COMMUNITY CENTER 4927 Lake Rd, Brockport NY 14420
WEBSTER LIBRARY 980 Ridge Rd, Webster NY 14580
Edit: Source URL added - https://www.monroecounty.gov/elections-earlyvoting
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2022.09.02 01:06 tengrrl News: 2022 NCTE Leadership Award Recipients
|The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) is thrilled to announce the recipients of the 2022 Leadership awards. It is an honor to recognize the profession’s leaders for their commitment and dedication to advancing literacy, the field of education, or the organization. NCTE celebrates the exceptional work of educators and students from across the country with more than 90 different awards that elevate what makes English and language arts so powerful and essential. Join us in celebrating the 2022 award recipients! |
|The 2022 Award Winners|
|NCTE Distinguished Service Award|
Franki Sibberson – SproutFive; Columbus, OH
|NCTE Advancement of People of Color Leadership Award|
Sandra Lucia Osorio – Erikson Institute Chicago; Chicago, IL
|NCTE LGBTQIA+ Advocacy and Leadership Award|
Henry "Cody" Miller (he/him/his) – SUNY Brockport; Rochester, NY
|NCTE Julia E. Berry Research Award to Study Careers of English Majors Erin McNeill – Indiana University; Bloomington, IN|
|National Intellectual Freedom Award|
Julia Schleck – University of Nebraska; Lincoln, NE
Ohioana Library; Columbus OH
|Promising Researcher Award|
Monica Kleekamp – Maryville University; St. Louis, MO
|David H. Russell Award for Distinguished Research in the Teaching of English|
**Detra Price-Dennis – The Ohio State University; Columbus, OH
Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz – Teachers College, Columbia University; New York, NY**
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