This Week In & Around Chelsea: Feb. 19-26, 2023


  Apply for the Manhattan DA’s High School Summer Internship Program / West Side Community Fund Grant Applications Due March 10 / Black History Month Concert / The 200 West 22nd Street Block Association Kickoff Meeting / NYS Assembly Member Tony Simone’s Inauguration and Community Celebration / The Guides Association of New York City’s Ninth Annual GANYC Apple Awards / EXPIRED EVENTS from EARLIER in the WEEK: 10th Precinct Community Council / CB4 Chelsea Land Use Committee Meeting / Fat Tuesday Feast / 13th Precinct Community Council /

The Manhattan District Attorney’s High School Summer Internship Program: In-Person, July 10-August 25 / Application Deadline is Wednesday, March 1, 5pm | The Manhattan District Attorney’s High School Internship Program is a rigorous internship that provides students with an insider’s view of the criminal justice system. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in workshops and discussions surrounding criminal justice, police brutality, civic engagement, leadership, and more. All applicants must live or attend school in Manhattan and be current sophomores, juniors, or seniors. For more info, click here, email, or call Imani Doumbia, Education Coordinator, at 917-808-6421… and see the below flyer!


West Side Community Fund Grant Applications Accepted Through March 10| The West Side Community Fund (WSCF) is a collective of leading West Side-based companies whose grant program supports initiatives delivering much-needed services to those in Chelsea, Hudson Yards, and Hell’s Kitchen.

Eligible applicants include neighborhood organizations, block and tenants’ associations, non-profits, city agencies, schools, health clinics, NYCHA projects, police-community programs, religious institutions, homeless facilities, etc. Individuals who deliver services, such as teachers, are also eligible. Apply at The deadline for the current round of grants is Friday, March 10 (recently extended from original Feb. 27 date). Grant recipients will be announced in April.

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