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Film and television job training for low-income New Yorkers

Made in NYC Production Assistant Training Program by New York City Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment

Actively recruiting.

The “Made in NY” Production Assistant Training Program helps lowincome New Yorkers get their foot in the door of the dynamic world of film and television. For Adults, Young adults, Low-income New Yorkers, Women, LGBTQ+ New Yorkers, People with justice involvement.

  • Services Provided Help finding a job, Internship or short-term job, Training for a new job
  • Duration and Length 1 to less than 3 months. Evening, Full-time
Learn more about Made in NYC Production Assistant Training Program

Prepare for a creative career by learning User Experience (UX)

DesignWorks UX Training Program by Division of Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Kingsborough Community College

Actively recruiting.

Design Works is a free user experience (UX) training program that combines creativity and technology. For Adults, Older adults, Immigrants, Low-income New Yorkers, People with disabilities, Women, NYCHA residents, LGBTQ+ New Yorkers, Public assistance recipients, People with justice involvement.

  • Services Provided Help finding a job, Internship or short-term job, Training for a new job
  • Duration and Length 6 months or more. Evening, Part-time
Learn more about DesignWorks UX Training Program

Services for Veterans and Their Spouses

Workforce1: Priority 1 by NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS)

Actively recruiting.

Through Priority1, veterans and their spouses can get help connecting to stable, meaningful work. For Veterans, Adults.

  • Services Provided Help finding a job, Training for a new job
  • Duration and Length No fixed amount of time. Varies, Daytime, Full-time
Learn more about Workforce1: Priority 1

High school equivalency exam prep for age 16+ (DYCD)

High School Equivalency (HSE) Prep Program by NYC Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD)

Actively recruiting.

These free classes help New Yorkers prepare to take the HSE exam to earn their high school equivalency (HSE or GED) diploma. For Adults, Young adults, Immigrants.

  • Services Provided High School Equivalency (HSE or GED) prep
  • Duration and Length No fixed amount of time. Varies, Daytime, Evening, Weekend
Learn more about High School Equivalency (HSE) Prep Program

Job training and services for out-of-work youth (age 16-24)

Train & Earn by NYC Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD)

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Unemployed, outofschool youth can get support with their career and education. For Youth in foster care, Young adults, Low-income New Yorkers, People with disabilities, Public assistance recipients, People with justice involvement.

  • Services Provided Help finding a job, High School Equivalency (HSE or GED) prep, Internship or short-term job, Improving English skills, Training for a new job, Adult reading, writing, and math
  • Duration and Length 3 to less than 6 months. Daytime, Full-time
Learn more about Train & Earn

Paid job training to work on NYC's rooftops

NYC °CoolRoofs by NYC Department of Small Business Services

Actively recruiting.

This 10week paid training program offers handson experience making NYC rooftops more energy efficient. For Adults, Immigrants, Low-income New Yorkers, NYCHA residents, Public assistance recipients, People with justice involvement.

  • Services Provided Internship or short-term job, Training for a new job
  • Duration and Length 1 to less than 3 months. Daytime, Weekend, Full-time, Flexible
Learn more about NYC °CoolRoofs

Job training for NYCHA residents in janitorial services

NYCHA Resident Training Academy (NRTA): Janitorial Track by New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Resident Economic Empowerment and Sustainability (REES)

Actively recruiting.

The janitorial track of the NRTA trains NYCHA residents in housing caretaker services and helps graduates find related employment. For Adults, NYCHA residents.

  • Services Provided Help finding a job, Training for a new job
  • Duration and Length Less than 1 month. Daytime, Full-time
Learn more about NYCHA Resident Training Academy (NRTA): Janitorial Track

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