The City has a number of programs and initiatives to connect New Yorkers to good jobs:
Workforce1 Career Centers
Through Workforce1 Career Centers, you can receive free professional employment and training services that can help you find a job or develop your career.
Tech Talent Pipeline
The NYC Tech Talent Pipeline is working with public and private partners to define employer needs, develop and test training and education solutions to meet these needs, and scale solutions that work throughout the city's largest systems, delivering homegrown talent for 21st century jobs across the five boroughs.
New York Alliance for Careers in Healthcare (NYACH)
NYACH’s mission is to build an effective healthcare workforce development system in New York City by identifying healthcare employers’ needs; helping education and training organizations adapt their approach to better meet those needs; and ensuring low income and unemployed New Yorkers have access to viable career opportunities in healthcare.
NYC Training Guides
The NYC Training Guide has over 1,000 courses. Search by job title, location, and other advanced options. To find a course, use an employment goal to select the industry and job title.
HRA Career Services
HRA’s Career Services offer Cash Assistance clients opportunities to help them increase their job skills and build a career that will lead to success and financial security. HRA’s Career Services works closely with clients to find opportunities that match their skills, needs, and career goals, and help them work toward opportunities to grow and build a successful career.
DYCD Jobs & Internships
The New York City Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) is the City's lead agency for youth employment programs. DYCD is committed to expanding opportunities for New York City's young people. Our employment programs help youth between the ages of 14 and 24 gain work experience and further their education.
Opportunity NYCHA (REES)
New York City Housing Authority’s (NYCHA) Office of Resident Economic Empowerment & Sustainability (REES) can help connect public housing residents to the economic and workforce development opportunities that meet their needs and interests.
DOE Career & Technical Education
Career & Technical Education (CTE) programs combine rigorous coursework with work place training to help participants learn a specific skill or trade.
CUNY Continuing & Professional Education
Continuing Education at CUNY serves New Yorkers of all kinds – professionals seeking advancement and up-to-date certification; people exploring new careers and occupations; new immigrants credentialing their skills for the American workforce; adults improving their English or math proficiency to attain a High School Equivalency diploma; and more.
The New York City Employment and Training Coalition is an association of more than 180 community based organizations, educational institutions, and labor unions that annually provide job training and employment services to over 800,000 New Yorkers, including public assistance recipients, unemployed workers, low-wage workers, opportunity youth, individuals with criminal justice involvement, immigrants, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
WE NYC (for Women Entrepreneurs)
WE NYC (Women Entrepreneurs NYC) is an initiative based out of the New York City Department of Small Business Services that is dedicated to helping women start and grow their businesses.
NYCEDC Programs for Entrepreneurs
NYCEDC has a variety of programs to develop entrepreneurs across industries and stages of business with access to information, training, and innovative competitions.