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Bottom Line - New York's fourth annual Spring Reception will be held on Wednesday, May 20, 2015, from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at The Loeb Boathouse in Central Park. Hear directly from Bottom Line students and learn about our plans for growth. Our Reception also features a silent auction. To learn more about the Spring Reception, including sponsorship opportunities and auction item donations, please contact Shion Ishikura, Director of Development, at or 718.765.3318. We hope to see you there!


Bottom Line - New York's fourth annual Go Far Forum, our signature career event, was held on Tuesday, January 6. Over 150 college students met with 75 professionals across a variety of industries to network, listen to panel discussions about different career paths, review their resumes, and practice their interview skills. We are so grateful to all of our volunteers who lent their time and expertise to make the evening a wonderful opportunity for our students.

Who We Serve

DaVante Bonneau

NYC College of Technology (CUNY), 2015
Bronx School for Law, Gov & Justice, 2011

DaVante was born and raised in the Bronx. He lives with his mom and younger sister, who are very supportive of his educational goals. He is considering majoring in Anthropology. Read more>>>

Why New York?

New York City is home to thousands of students who need college counseling.

  • NYC has a high percentage of low-income and first-generation college-bound students
  • More than 100 colleges have a campus in the New York area
  • At some commonly attended NY colleges, underrepresented minorities graduate at rates as low as 29%


Contact Us

Bottom Line is located on Court Street in Brooklyn, next to Columbus Park.

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44 Court Street, Suite 300
Brooklyn, NY 11201
P: 347.889.7627
F: 347.889.5897

Bottom Line began serving NYC students in July 2011. In our first year, we served 125 high school students. In 2014-15, Bottom Line New York is serving 350 high school students and nearly 800 college students at 16 target schools in New York City and State.
In 2013-14, our third year in New York:


of high school seniors were accepted to college.


of college students remain enrolled full-time and actively pursuing their degree with Bottom Line's support.


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