Andrew LaVenia

Andrew LaVenia

Andrew LaVenia is Associate Director of Operations for University Programs. When he’s not introducing middle and high school students to summer programs at NYU, he’s writing short stories or on the field as a part of the NYC Ramblers, the country’s oldest LGBTQ soccer league. He earned his BA in Psychology from Boston College and completed an MA in Higher Education & Student Affairs from the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at NYU.
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Ready, Set, STEM: High School Programs at NYU

Learn more about NYU’s STEM offerings for high school students with information about our high school programs in machine learning and mathematics.

Students at NYU High School Academy Weekend Workshops.
High School Academy: Getting the Edge on College and Career Prep

NYU’s High School Academy offers opportunities to explore a variety of academic and career paths through immersive workshops.

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Performing & Fine Art Portfolios: How to Stand Out

Preparing for your Artistic Review takes time and effort. Why not get a head start through one of our summer programs at Steinhardt or Tisch?

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What Exactly Is College Prep?

Learn what it is, what you can be doing, and how you can partake in NYU programs to improve your own process.

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NYU Precollege: The Writing Workshop

Improve your writing skills at NYU’s summer 2021 five-week Precollege Writing Workshop.

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A Slice of NYU: Precollege and the NYU Experience

There's no better way to learn if a college might be the right fit for you than experiencing it yourself

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Research and Coursework, Oh My: Navigating Your Summer

Looking for ways to gain research experience as a high school student? Check out these summer programs!