Resume and Job Search Tips:

A helpful guide equipped with tips on creating a resume, interviewing, and networking as you search for employment.

SES: Senior Employment Services:

An ACESS NYC program to help seniors find employment, use computers, write resumers, and network.

Workforce One: Opportunities and advice for job seekers:

A service that helps prepare and connect qualified candidates to job opportunities in New York City. Helps both job seekers and hiring employers by using skill building workshops for candidates to improve their employment prospects, industry knowledge, and recruitment expertise.

Train and Earn: Job prep for youth not working or in school:

Train and Earn is a career pathway program targeted towards low income youth in New York City who are not working or in school. This short term program helps youth build their skills, find permanent work, and offers High School Equivalency (HSE) Prep as well as other support services.

Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP):

This program offers paid summer experiences for youth in New York City between the ages of 14 and 24. The program helps find jobs for youth at museums, camps, in government, and more. There are also workshops on managing your finances and building a resume.

NYCHA Resident Economic Empowerment and Sustainability (REES):

REES helps residents of New York City Housing Authority improve their financial prospects by connecting residents to programs that can help them with their education, job training, financial literacy, and starting a business.

Learn and Earn: College/work-readiness in high school:

This program is for high school juniors and seniors at risk for dropping out of school. The program the adolescents with job training skills, educational opportunities, and employment services.