Clubs & Student Organizations


EBT is filled with opportunities for you to get involved. Colleges want to see that you are engaged outside of the classroom and can be considered a well-rounded individual. In other words, don't be boring.
We have After School Clubs through the Leadership Program as well as other clubs run by EBT Faculty, who serves in an advisory role.
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Anime Club Ms. Sevilla Tuesdays Period 10 3:45-5:00pm   
Brooklyn Wind Symphony Mr. Ball   http://metropolitanmusiccommunity.org/bkws/ 
buildOn Ms. Gordon Cafeteria B - buildON Room buildOn is a non-profit organization that empowers primarily urban U.S. high school students through in-class and intensive afterschool youth service programs. In addition to tremendous contributions of community service in their own cities and neighborhoods, buildOn youth actually build schools and bring literacy to children and adults in developing countries around the world. buildOn programs are designed to build confidence and real-world capabilities in American youth while also empowering communities world-wide in Africa, South America, and South East Asia to overcome the cycle of illiteracy, poverty and low expectations by opening the door to education.  
EBT Lyrical Circle (Poetry Club) Ms. Meloni  The Poetry Club is a place where students come together to share their own original works as well as to study famous poets. There is a focus on urban poetry and spoken word and the students will be participating in workshops to enhance their own creative writing skills. Additionally, they will have the opportunity to listen to guest poets and have those guests critique their work and help them develop their writing and performing skills. The Club is a tight-knit community of writers who support and respect one another as they delve into the art of poetry and the art of writing in general.  http://ebtlyricalcircle.wordpress.com/ 
Gateway MSI STEM Club Mr. Jamal Fridays Period 9/10 Room 440 This is a student run club that focuses on improving the STEM program at our school. We publish a quarterly Student STEM Magazine. The club has a student executive team that runs the meetings, plans trips, takes part in fundraising efforts, and publishes the student STEM magazines. url.ebtbrooklyn.com/gatewaymsi 
Model UN Team Mr. Whiston Fridays 3:45pm-5:15pm Room 407 Founded in October 2004, the EBT Model United Nations team's central purpose is to instill in EBT students an awareness of, appreciation for, and ultimately a desire to become actively involved in, international affairs. This is done by providing members both with instruction in the skills and knowledge of international diplomacy and with formal opportunities to role play as foreign diplomats in simulation committees, both in school and at international conferences in Manhattan. Senior members have the opportunity to also participate in the international affairs component of EBT's annual Netherlands trip.   
National Business Honors Society Mr. Hirsch  For students showing active interest in the business world, and have held a high GPA and attendance in Business courses. Fund Raising, community involvement, and event planning for school sponsored events. Open to all Junior and Seniors.  
National Honors Society Ms. Arroyo    
Nature, Environment, Outdoor (NEO) Club Ms. Milander Thursdays 3:45-5pm Room 452   
Student Government Mr. Gomez Mondays, Period 10 Room 408 Elected Student representatives giving voice to students in school affairs. Students are welcome to come to the meetings.   
Yearbook Mr. Conway  Students assemble and edit this year's yearbook  
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