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03.22.2015
JobFirstNYC's hosted "A Look at the IT Sector" event on March 5th

Read about the day's proceedings and takeways on how to connect young adults with technology jobs

12.01.2014
JobsFirstNYC says NYC Career Pathways recommendations need to go farther

Read the article in the Gotham Gazette

 
Building Partnerships to Create Brighter Futures for Young Adults

“We cannot always prepare the future for our youth, but we can always prepare our youth for the future.”

~ Franklin D. Roosevelt

The potential of youth is limitless, but opportunities are in short supply.  It takes an independent, outside voice to bring together the parties that collectively open new doors.

 

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JobsFirstNYC expands opportunities for out-of-work, out-of-school young people by:

  • Bridging the gap between funders, advocates, employers, educators, unions, government officials and other stakeholders to develop real solutions 
  • Raising consciousness about the youth employment crisis through research, publications, and policy recommendations
  • Improving the results of workforce development practitioners who play a vital role in preparing for the world of employment
  • Helping employers recognize and profit from the value of young workers
  • Increasing funding for more effective programs by tapping diverse public, private and corporate sources
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