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lynda.com: Online Video Tutorials and Training

Access to lynda.com is now available for free with your library card. Find out what this resource can do for your career development.Read More ›

USPTO: Unpaid Externship - Information Technology

This program is intended to give students an opportunity to experience what it's like to work at PTO, as well as interact with experts in several disciplines, explore opportunities and develop or enhance personal and professional skills. Read More ›

The Cooper Union's Retraining Program for Immigrant Engineers

In 1987, Bnai Zion initiated a program under its Scientists Division to help scientists and engineers who immigrated to the United States from the former Soviet Union to find jobs. The program now offers more than 20 introductory and high-technology courses designed to bring engineering, computer programming, and business skills of participants up to date. Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of January 11

Whole Foods, FreshDirect, CMP, and other recruitment sessions this week.Read More ›

A New Year, New OSHA Reporting Requirements

A Department of labor blog post authored by Dr. David Michaels, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health. In his post, Dr. David Michael announces new OSHA reporting requirements: Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of January 4

Please note this blog post will be revised when more recruitment events for the week of January 4 are available.Read More ›

Leading the Way: Workplace Inclusiveness for People of All Abilities

A Department of Labor blog post, authored by Kathy Martinez, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Disability Employment Policy. In her blog, Kathy presents some steps, which include strategies for encouraging self-identification and create the right culture, that companies can take to demonsrate that they choose to be inclusive. Read More ›

Paid Leave is Good for Business

A Department of Labor blog post, authored by Heidi Shierholz,Chief Economist at the Labor Department. In her post, Heidi states that Paid leave is good for business, particularly in recruiting and retaining talented workers. Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of December 28

Please note this blog post will be revised when more recruitment events for the week of December 28 are available.Read More ›

Mini Job Fairs at Libraries in January

Career, Education and Information Services (CEIS) of the New York Public Library has scheduled a series of Mini Career Fairs at several branches throughout the Bronx for community residents. It is our goal to assist members with gaining not only viable employment, but to offer opportunities that will allow them to engage and develop academically as well as professionally.Read More ›

CMP: Home Health Aide Training

CMP (formerly Chinatown Manpower Project, Inc.) is recognized as a leading workforce and economic development organization in the New York City  community.  CMP promotes economic self-sufficiency and career advancement through equipping individuals with job & educational skills, credentials, leadership qualities, and entrepreneurship opportunities. CMP works with all segments of society, with a distinct track record serving the Asian American community.

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The Business of Toy Guns

Toys are a multi-billion dollar business. Toy guns are a small portion of that, but there are also laws restricting their sale.Read More ›

SAGEWorks BootCamp: Enrollment is Now Open

SAGEWorks assists people 40 years and older in learning relevant, cutting-edge job search skills in a LGBT-friendly environment. Read More ›

Year Up New York: Free Job Training Programs

Year Up connects young adults who need opportunity with companies who need their talent.Read More ›

New Yearbook of the United Nations Launched

The Yearbook of the United Nations—published by the Department of Public Information and available at the NYPL—stands as the authoritative reference work on the activities and concerns of the organization. Read More ›

7 Simple Ways to Prevent Seasonal Flu in the Workplace

7 Simple Ways to Prevent Seasonal Flu in the Workplace is a Department of Labor blog post, authored by Mandy Edens, Director of Technical Support and Emergency Management for OSHA. In this post Mandy presents 7 simple tips to keep in mind for preventing seasonal flu at work.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of December 21

Please note this blog post will be revised when more recruitment events for the week of December 21 are available.Read More ›

NYC Web Development Fellowship Offering Tech Training, Internships and Jobs

Department of Small Business Services announces launch of NYC Web Development Fellowship offering tech training, internships and Jobs to 18- to 26- year olds.Read More ›

SBA: 8 Steps to Becoming a Consultant at 50 Plus

A Small Business Administration blog post authored by Caron Beesley. Caron is a small business owner, a writer, and marketing communications consultant.Read More ›

SBA: 5 Ways to Build Trust in a Business

A U.S. Small Business Administration blog post authored by Marco Carbajo. Marco is a business credit expert, author, speaker, and founder of the Business Credit Insiders Circle.Read More ›
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