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The New York City Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) invests in a network of community-based organizations and programs to alleviate the effects of poverty and to provide opportunities for New Yorkers and communities to flourish.
The NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) helps unlock economic potential and create economic security for all New Yorkers by connecting New Yorkers to good jobs, creating stronger businesses, and building thriving neighborhoods across the five boroughs.
The New York State Education Department is part of the University of the State of New York (USNY), one of the most complete, interconnected systems of educational services in the United States.
Our mission is to raise the knowledge, skill, and opportunity of all the people in New York. Our vision is to provide leadership for a system that yields the best educated people in the world.
Robin Hood is New York City's largest poverty-fighting organization.
For over thirty years, we've been finding, fueling and creating the most impactful and scalable solutions to lift families out of poverty in New York City. We partner with over 250 nonprofits to support food, housing, education, legal services, workforce development, and more to New Yorkers living in poverty across all five boroughs.
Founded in 1866, our Company has spent the last 155 years creating a legacy of growth, creativity and innovation to meet the needs of our dedicated workforce and our growing global customer base.
The city is a little safer with the establishment of our Academy for Occupational Health and Construction Safety facility at City Tech. Since 2006, we have enabled construction workers and other professionals to obtain hands-on safety training with proper equipment and full-sized scaffolding.
America's SBDC represents America's nationwide network of Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) - the most comprehensive small business assistance network in the United States and its territories.
SBDCs are hosted by leading universities, colleges, state economic development agencies and private partners, and funded in part by the United States Congress through a partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation (B NYDC) is a not-for-profit corporation that serves as the real estate developer and property manager of the Yard on behalf of its owner, the City of New York. B NYDC strives to provide an environment in which innovative companies can take root and grow.
BWI's mission is to empower low-income New Yorkers by creating living-wage employment opportunities and access to career paths. Our programs counter prevailing market inequalities, especially those based on race or gender, and contribute to a broader movement for economic justice.
BWI's mission is to empower low-income New Yorkers by creating living-wage employment opportunities and access to career paths. Our programs counter prevai Ii ng market i neq ual ities, especially those based on race or gender, and contribute to a broader movement for economic justice.
DDG invests economic and intellectual capital where it can use innovative design solutions to improve the built environment, creating value for both stakeholders and the community at large.
Capital, design, development, construction and asset management are all executed through DDG's multi platform structure, allowing us to seamlessly and efficiently exercise our vision.
Whether you wish to enter the job market for the first time, to upgrade your skills for advancement at work, or to completely change your career, the Continuing Studies Center offers affordable courses for busy adults.
We partner with a wide variety of agencies and organizations to deliver specialized training programs and are commited to providing personal enrichment, job training and job training programs for all New Yorkers.
The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), the largest public housing authority in North America, was created in 1935 to provide decent, affordable housing for low-and moderate-income New Yorkers. NYC HA is home to roughly 1 in 16 New Yorkers across over 177,569 apartments within 335 housing developments through public housing, Section 8, and PACT/RAD programs.
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