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Free Career Development Workshop for Retail Sales at Brooklyn Navy Yard Employment Center


Having trouble finding a job? Submitting your resume and not getting any callbacks? Interviewing skills need updating?

The Brooklyn Navy Yard Employment Center is here to help!

Abraham and Strauss under construction,Brooklyn - Fulton Street - Hoyt Street, Digital ID 1557782, New York Public LibraryThe Brooklyn Navy Yard Employment Center identifies, pre-screens and places qualified job seekers in various types of employment.

The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation has operated the on-site Employment Center for over 15 years with a strong focus on placing workers with any of its 330 tenants. BNYDC is proud of having placed more than 2,000 people in quality jobs since 1999, with a strong focus on finding employment opportuntiies for local residents. Learn more.

The Brooklyn Navy Yard Employment Center's next class will begin in January and will be geared towards customer service in order to fill open retail sales positions. If you have retail experience and would like to be considered, you must attend an information session.

The Brooklyn Navy Yard Employment Center's two-week-35 hour career development workshop includes:

  • Instructions for resumes
  • Mock interviewing
  • Conflict resolution
  • Cover letters
  • Time management
  • Job search skills and much more

To learn more:

Call Clive Byass at 718-907-5975 or walk-in to an open information session.


Information sessions are held every Tuesday morning at 10 a.m.


Brooklyn Navy Yard Employment Center

Building 92, 3rd Floor, 63 Flushing Ave at Carlton Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205. (Directions)

What to bring:

  • Photo ID
  • Resume
  • Social Security Card

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


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