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Training in advanced manufacturing

ApprenticeNYC: Advanced Manufacturing Program by NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS)

Actively recruiting.

This year long program trains people with little or no prior knowledge of Advanced Manufacturing to become capable, qualified craftsperson(s). For Everyone, Justice-impacted individuals, Adults, Older adults, Immigrants, Low-income New Yorkers, Women, LGBTQ+ New Yorkers, Public assistance recipients.

  • Services Provided Training for a new job
  • Duration and Length 6 months or more. Daytime, Full-time
Learn more about ApprenticeNYC: Advanced Manufacturing Program

Training in photo and video editing and visual effects

Made in NYC Post Production Training Program by New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) and NYC Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment

Actively recruiting.

This fulltime training preps lowincome New Yorkers for jobs in the postproduction industry. For Everyone, Adults, Low-income New Yorkers, Public assistance recipients.

  • Services Provided Training for a new job
  • Duration and Length 1 to less than 3 months. Daytime, Evening, Full-time
Learn more about Made in NYC Post Production Training Program

Construction training to prepare you for a union apprenticeship

Construction Pre-Apprenticeship by NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS)

Actively recruiting.

This preapprenticeship training prepares you for an apprenticeship with a construction trade union. For Everyone, Adults, Young adults, Low-income New Yorkers, Women, NYCHA residents, Public assistance recipients, People with justice involvement.

  • Services Provided Training for a new job
  • Duration and Length 1 to less than 3 months. Daytime
Learn more about Construction Pre-Apprenticeship

English and high school equivalency classes for adults 21+ without a high school diploma

NYCDOE Adult Education by NYC Department of Education (DOE)

Actively recruiting.

Adults 21 or older can take classes to learn the skills needed to eventually earn their high school equivalency (GED/HSE). For Everyone, Adults, Immigrants.

  • Services Provided High School Equivalency (HSE or GED) prep, Improving English skills, Adult reading, writing, and math
  • Duration and Length No fixed amount of time. Varies, Daytime, Evening, Weekend
Learn more about NYCDOE Adult Education

College and job prep for juniors and seniors in high school

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

Not actively recruiting. Disability accommodation details are available. View this program to learn more. Disability accommodation details are available. View this program to learn more.   Language access details are available. View this program to learn more. Language access details are available. View this program to learn more.

Learn & Earn is a yearround program for high school juniors and seniors at risk of dropping out of school. For Youth in foster care, Young adults, Low-income New Yorkers, Public assistance recipients.

  • Services Provided Help finding a job, Internship or short-term job, Training for a new job
  • Duration and Length 6 months or more. Varies, Daytime
Learn more about Learn & Earn

Construction training for NYCHA residents

NYCHA Resident Training Academy (NRTA): Construction Training (NYS Department of Labor approved pre-apprenticeship program) by New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Resident Economic Empowerment and Sustainability (REES)

Actively recruiting.

The Construction track of the NYCHA Resident Training Academy (NRTA) prepares NYCHA residents for entry level opportunities and apprenticeships in the construction industry. For Adults, NYCHA residents.

  • Services Provided Help finding a job, Training for a new job
  • Duration and Length 1 to less than 3 months. Daytime, Full-time
Learn more about NYCHA Resident Training Academy (NRTA): Construction Training (NYS Department of Labor approved pre-apprenticeship program)

Free citywide ABE, GED, and ESOL programs

DYCD Adult Literacy Program by NYC Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD)

Actively recruiting.

Adults and outofschool youth age 16+ can take free classes to learn English and prep for HSE/GED exams. For Everyone.

  • Services Provided High School Equivalency (HSE or GED) prep, Improving English skills, Adult reading, writing, and math
  • Duration and Length No fixed amount of time. Varies
Learn more about DYCD Adult Literacy Program

English and HSE classes at CUNY

CUNY Adult Literacy Program by City University of New York (CUNY)

Actively recruiting.

CUNY has classes for people who want to learn and improve their English or prepare for their High School Equivalency (HSE) exam. For Everyone, Adults, Young adults, Immigrants.

  • Services Provided High School Equivalency (HSE or GED) prep, Improving English skills, Adult reading, writing, and math
  • Duration and Length No fixed amount of time. Varies, Daytime, Evening, Part-time
Learn more about CUNY Adult Literacy Program

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