We provide an exceptional physical, intellectual and enriching experience for all kids. In our classes, your children build coordination, core-body strength, confidence with non-competitive games, specialized kid-equipment and room to move. Group activities encourage children to try and think creatively.
Icon Parking Systems' parking facilities safely house vehicles of all shapes and sizes as owners go to work, relax at home, or take in the sights of the Big Apple. Conveniently tucked in the most prestigious corners of Manhattan—which are also the areas least menaced by aimless teenage tow-trucks—these lots offer easy access to any number of restaurants, Broadway theaters, and concert halls. Many automotive stables have no daily or weekly time limit, so drivers may come and go as they please or leave rides in the same spot for dedicated, month-long portraits. Monthly customers can sign up for the Preferred Customer Club, which grants them an exclusive card and half-off parking at any of Icon Parking Systems' 200 facilities or UFO landing pads scattered throughout Manhattan.
There may be a lot of playtime at The Language Workshop for Children, but don't think the students aren't learning; during classes, instructors use songs, games, toys, and more to teach children the basics of tongues such as French, Spanish, and Chinese.
The Language Workshop is the brainchild of François Thibaut, who created the school in 1973 after years of observing how children learned languages. In the same vein, instructors understand that even infants can pick up a second language, and they teach anyone from 6 months to 9 years old in group classes, with private lessons available for older students in certain locations.
To get the best picture of what college campuses are like across the country, Unigo did something different than its peers: it took the reins from admissions officers and gave them to current students who candidly review their personal experiences on campus and, in some cases, videotape them. What resulted is a comprehensive college guide that is “vivid in a way no guidebook can match,” according to the New York Times. As a resource the Wall Street Journal hails as "built for the age of YouTube and Facebook," Unigo makes clear its student and professional staff knows how to help teens find the school they’re looking for—its top-10 lists include Hipster Colleges and Fifty Shades of Cray, a compilation of party schools.
To these free guides, Unigo has added a paid membership program that unlocks a wealth of admissions information to ease high schoolers and their families through a process that can be strenuous and overwhelming. Unigo counts current and former admissions officers from the likes of MIT, Duke, UPenn, and UC Berkeley as contributors to video tutorials, interactive lessons, and other online tips. They cover everything from how to nail an in-person interview or essay to the most acceptable way to deliver a letter of recommendation—wrapped around a gold bar.
Faced with mountains of data-filled reports to read and process every day, the staffers of John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign turned to Speedreading to exponentially increase the amount of information they could absorb. Since then, politicians, students, and business people have followed suit, learning how to read up to three times faster, retain nearly twice the information, and have 50% more time to open Milk Duds after reading movie-title crawls. During six-hour sessions, instructors teach pupils how to utilize peripheral vision and unlock the brain's ability to quickly process complete sentences without silently reading each word.
Ivy Real Estate Education preps its protégés for successful careers in real estate or for side ventures in real-estate investing. Professional, licensed instructors lead each course, uncorking their springs of knowledge during full curricula offered for aspiring salespersons, brokers, and home inspectors, as well as continuing-education services for established real-estate agents. More than just classes, the school establishes a professional community by throwing frequent networking parties where students can chat with representatives from firms about professional pursuits or a shared disdain for ugly tile. For more immediate educational needs, Ivy Real Estate Education also offers specialty courses in subjects such as computer training, mortgages, and public speaking.
Dapper Training offers a variety of mac-based consumer and pro application instruction for individuals, groups and businesses in a classroom, remote or on-site setting. We teach everything from getting the most out of your iGagets to iWork and iLife essentials and pro app intensives for Logic, Pro Tools and Final Cut Pro!