The Long Island Educational Opportunity Center provides counseling services for all students enrolled in the program. The counseling and the instructional staff, work very closely to ensure students that their educational needs will be met. The combined resources of counselors and the instructional staff provide the skills, support and guidance needed by students to survive in the educational arena.
To contact a counselor in a specific location via email, click on a counselor's name listed below:
|Annette Wyche||David Groden||Casey Bond|
|Marian Nelson||Nateisha Reid||Theadora Sutton|
|Anise DeCosta||Barbara Ayo|
Advanced Technology Training And Information Networking (ATTAIN), is a statewide technology initiative funded by the New York State Legislature. ATTAIN provides communities access to new technologies, education, and technology training. ATTAIN was created to narrow the widening technology divide. ATTAIN promotes Digital Parity and Inclusion by providing ongoing access to education, workforce development training, and Internet access in 32 technology labs across New York State.
Visit our LIEOC Lab websites
The Entrepreneur Technology Center is designed to offer students an opportunity to access computer software and hardware not normally available to them in the classroom or at home. The ET Center ultimately allows the student to practice classwork, scan items, print documents, design web pages, prepare and fax resumes, or surf the Internet for job offerings on a PC or Mac. The LIEOC student and/or Alum is given the opportunity to aspire to become entrepreneurs by working with the Small Business Development Center, on the campus of Farmingdale State College, and attending a series of workshops on How to Start Your Own Business.