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New York City Employment and Training Coalition is an association of 200 community based organizations, educational institutions, and labor unions that annually provide job training and employment services to over 750,000 New Yorkers, including welfare recipients, unemployed workers, low-wage workers, at-risk youth, the formerly incarcerated, immigrants and the mentally and physically disabled. The coalition is the only citywide association exclusively focused on workforce development.

Founded in 1998, the Coalition's mission is to ensure that every New Yorker has access to the skills, training, and education needed to thrive in the local economy and that every business is able to maintain a highly skilled workforce. Toward that mission, the Coalition provides technical assistance services to foster a dynamic and competent community of employment and training providers, and advocate for workforce development policies that expand opportunity for training and education. 

The Students., Digital ID 817073, New York Public LibraryIn the New York City Employment and Training Coalition (NYCE&TC) website, you can view information that includes:

  • Members of the Coalition
  • New York City’s Top 100 Workforce Providers
  • Young Adult workforce Development Directory
  • NY Labor Statistics
  • Government Programs
  • Recent Workforce Publications
  • Opportunity Awards/Summit & Expo
  • Employer sector Roundtables
  • Workforce Weekly

This site also includes Job Listings from members of the Coalition:

  • CAMBA, Adult Education Instructor – Workforce Development (posted 6/3/2013)
  • NMIC, Paralegal, Legal Service Department (posted 5/29/13)
  • NMIC, Family Child Care Worker – ELNY Department (posted 5/29/13)
  • NMIC, Construction/Building Maintenance/Weatherization Instructor, Workforce Development Department (posted 5/29/13)
  • CAMBA Small Business Services (CSBS), Director (posted 5/29/13)
  • Riverside Language Program, Career Specialist (posted 5/28/13)
  • Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow, Senior Director, Quality Assurance & Data Management (posted 5/2/13)
  • Henry Street Settlement, Employment Specialist (posted 5/15/13)
  • Henry Street Settlement, Assistant Director, Youth/WDC (posted 5/15/13)
  • NMIC, GED Teacher (posted 5/10/13)
  • The DOE Fund, Case Manager (posted 5/10/13)
  • Dress for Success Worldwide, New York Program, Bronx Program Coordinator (posted 5/31/13)
  • ICD, Employment Specialists (posted 4/29/13)
  • NMIC, GED Teacher, Youth Build (posted 4/29/13)
  • NMIC, Recruitment Specialist (posted 4/15/13)

For more information on education and employment, please visit Job Search Central at 188 Madison Avenue and 34th Street.

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