What does step program do?

About STEP The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) is a free service for U.S. citizens and nationals traveling or living abroad. STEP allows you to enter information about overseas travel so that the Department of State, through our embassies and consulates, can better assist you in the event of an emergency. This site is managed by the Office of Consular Affairs, U.S.

UU. External links to other Internet sites should not be construed as an endorsement of the opinions contained therein. Consular Information FAQ Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) Dual Nationals Pilgrimage Travelers (Hajj & Umrah) Hurricanes, Typhoons & Cyclones Insurance Providers for Overseas Coverage Customs and Import Restrictions Request for COVID-19 Testing Information Rescinded for U.S. citizens in Russia: travel options outside of Russia The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program is a free service that allows U.S.

citizens traveling or living abroad to receive the latest security updates from the U.S. The Department of State assumes no responsibility for the professional capacity or reputation of, or the quality of services provided by, entities or individuals whose names appear or are linked to the previous page. The inclusion of private groups on this page is in no way an endorsement by the Department or the U.S. The order in which the names appear doesn't matter.

The Department is not in a position to answer for the information. Sign up for up-to-date safety and security information and help us contact you in the event of an emergency abroad. Make two copies of all your travel documents in case of an emergency and leave one for a trusted friend or family member. STEP is comprised of an academic enrichment component and a personal development component in which students work collaboratively.

STEP is a Saturday enrichment program that provides services to students in Staten Island grades 7-12, who demonstrate interest and potential for a career in the fields of science, health, engineering, technology, and licensed professions, come to the College of Staten Island and participate in science, mathematics, computers, communication arts, PSAT, SAT and college preparation with an interdisciplinary learning approach. The STEP program focuses on helping students build their self-esteem and develop positive learning behaviors. STEP will provide buses to and from campus and for any field trips, lunch, any necessary materials and technology, and a program t-shirt. STEP (School Transitional Environment Program) is a school organizational change initiative that seeks to decrease student anonymity, increase accountability, and improve students' abilities to learn school rules and expectations.

The New York State Department of Education funds the STEP project through the Office of Career Opportunity Programs; however, STEP receives support and administration through the Office of Academic Affairs.