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Last updated Last updated on Aug 31, 2022

Job postings

Explore entry-level jobs on our new jobs page.

Community Hiring

HireNYC: Construction Careers

The City of New York is committed to helping New Yorkers start careers in building and construction trade unions. If you would like to learn a trade with on-the-job training view apprenticeships here on our website or visit the NY State Department of Labor website to browse through upcoming union apprenticeship recruitments.

Working for the City

There are many ways to find opportunities in New York City government. Learn more about working for the City here on our website.

 

Career Exploration

Career Discovery and Training

Looking for a new career? Career Discovery NYC helps New Yorkers learn about in-demand careers – and how to get them.

This free online portal helps you to:

  • Explore: Learn about a new career that’s in demand, including skill requirements and salary expectations.
  • Discover: Take introductory courses to help you decide if a specific career is a good fit for you.
  • Prepare: Spend more time practicing what you’ve learned to gain comfort and familiarity with those skills.
  • Train: Apply to training programs that can lead you to a new career.

You can also learn where to get low-cost or free internet access and support services.

Career Discovery NYC currently includes careers in tech, healthcare, industrial and manufacturing, and media.

Learn more about Career Discovery NYC.

Skill Building

Women.nyc

Women.nyc is a part of the New York City Economic Development Corporation. It is a program created to make sure the City remains the best place in the world for women of all backgrounds, ages, abilities, and identities to thrive in their careers, run businesses, and launch startups.

Go to Women.nyc to learn more about programs that may include free tech classes and career training, help with investment and crowdfunding, job connections, legal advice from the City’s most respected law firms, and more.

New York State Department of Labor’s (NYSDOL) Career Center Events & Recruitments

NYSDOL’s Career Center offers a variety of classes, workshops, job fairs, and recruitment for numerous companies. Discover what is being offered in your area virtually and take advantage of what your local Career Center has to offer to help you prepare for your next career by visiting the NYSDOL’s website.

Resume & Career Help at Brooklyn Public Library

The Brooklyn Public Library’s Resume & Career Help and Job Information Resource Librarians offer assistance to all New Yorkers with writing resumes and cover letters, job interviewing, and finding the right career or college. Services are free and available online or through email.

Visit the Brooklyn Public Library calendar and enter the keyword «resume» to schedule a video session with a Job Information Resource Librarian.

If you have questions about your resume, cover letter, Brooklyn Public Library online resources or programs that could help you in your job search, or other job search-related questions, please email resumehelp@bklynlibrary.org or call 718-623-7000 option 3.

Construction Site Safety Training Program

Workers at many construction job sites in New York City will be required to have 40 hours of safety training by March 1, 2021. The Construction Site Safety Training Program provides the required Site Safety Training for NYC residents who are 18 years or older and new to the construction industry.

TXT-2-Work

HRA Business Link provides free job placement services to individuals who are receiving cash assistance, SNAP (food stamps), housing help, and other financial assistance services in New York City in high-demand industries like maintenance, retail, and customer service. Sign up for the «TXT-2-Work» program and receive text messages with new job openings directly to your cell phone.

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