The city is looking to re-brand its after-school programs with the help of its students.
The Department of Youth and Community Development is looking to spruce up its Out-of-School Time initiative.
The agency says it's looking to put together programs geared towards specific ages and grades, and wants those who will benefit from the program to help name it.
Right now, it is simply known as the OST Program.
The department is holding a contest for students between the ages 10 to 18 to come up with a new moniker.
Parents with children who would like to participate can go to nyc.gov/dycd.
The contest runs through May 7.