Jeremy Wang is currently a bilingual (English/Chinese) guidance counselor at Townsend Harris High School at Queens College. He has been a guidance counselor for over 20 years at the New York City Department of Education. Mr. Wang is an experienced guidance counselor at both high school and middle school levels. Since 1998, he has worked at George J. Ryan Middle School 216, Fresh Meadows for eight years; Stuyvesant High School for nine years between 2006 and 2015. It is his 5th successful year at Townsend Harris High School at Queens College.
Mr. Wang has collaborated with the UFT Guidance Chapter and Queens UFT by conducting and translating numerous parent workshops on a variety of guidance topics at his schools, districts, as well as at the borough and city levels. He firmly believes that a successful school counseling department is an integral component of a successful school. He also thinks a successful school needs to serve the needs of its community.
As a result of his enthusiastic services to his students, coupled with his dedication to the profession, he earned a strong reputation and respect from school administrators, teachers, students, and their parents. In June 2003, he was recognized as “Guidance Counselor of the Year” by the UFT and New York City Department of Education. In November 2008, he received the “Outstanding Leadership Award” by the Chinese American Parent Association (CAPA) for his continuous contributions to his local community.