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March 18, 2020                                                                                              Read past issues here
  • COVID-19: Letters to the Administration, City & State Guidance and Resources, Remote Learning Tools and Resources, Upcoming Conference Calls and Webinars
  • Opportunity Awards: Reception Postponed + Nominations Deadline Extended
  • Census 2020: Resources and Guidance
  • Events and Professional Development
  • Program Recruitment
  • Job Opportunities
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Resources and Guidance on COVID-19
 As we all monitor and adjust to the new circumstances of the current COVID-19 pandemic, we will continue to share resources and guidance to help you, your staff and the New Yorkers that you serve. 


Letters to the Administration

Over the past week, we have worked with various partners in the field to develop and sign on to several letters to the de Blasio administration highlighting the most pressing issues facing the human services sector during the COVID-19 outbreak. We are grateful to be part of the C-19 HHS Nonprofit Membership Organization Workgroup, spearheaded by the Human Services Council. Most recently, on March 16, the group shared a letter (read full letter here) with a number recommendations and feedback to the City on how to best ensure that the sector to have continuity of operations and best serve staff and clients.

We will provide updates related to the workforce sector over the coming days.
 

City & State Guidance and Resources

Remote Learning Tools and Resources

Upcoming Conference Calls and Webinars
  • General Assembly: Webinar - Maximizing Productivity for Remote Teams
    • Thursday, March 19  /  12 pm  /  RSVP Here
  • Grow with Google "Remote Work Resources" webinar
  • Human Services Council: Call on COVID-19 for Human Service Providers
    • Thursday, March 19  /  8 am
    • Dial In: 425-436-6324, PIN: 515229#
  • Zoom (see full calendar of events)
    • Zoom Meetings for Healthcare
      • Wednesday, March 17  /  10 pm  /  RSVP Here
    • Zoom for the Conference Room
      • Thursday, March 18  /  2 pm  /  RSVP Here
    • Best Practices for Working From Home with Zoom
      • Friday, March 19  /  2 pm  /  RSVP Here
 
Opportunity Awards: Reception Postponed + Nominations Deadline Extended


NYCETC will be postponing the Opportunity Awards Reception originally scheduled for April 30.

Nominations for the Opportunity Awards are still open, and have been extended to at least April 15. We will continue to update this process throughout the coming month.
Visit the Opportunity Awards website for links to nomination forms and event info, including the Nomination Packet.
Census 2020: Resources and Guidance


The 2020 Census launched last week - and our partners at ABNY have created useful materials for organizations supporting the Census outreach process. The Census will determine how hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding will affect our communities for years to come. 

Below are some key messages and information to know when supporting your community members:
  • Starting last week, every household in America will receive an invitation in the mail to complete the 2020 Census form online at my2020census.gov, by phone at 1-844-330-2020 or by mail.   
  • You don’t have to wait to receive your form in the mail, on and after March 12 you can complete your Census by phone at 1-844-330-2020 or online using a computer or your smartphone at my2020census.gov
  • Each mailed invitation will include a unique Census ID, but you can also complete your Census form online or by phone without a Census ID. You do not need the ID number to complete the Census.  
  • There is NO citizenship question on the US Census and your information is private and legally protected. The U.S. Census is bound by law to protect your answers and keep them strictly confidential. 
If you or a client need assistance completing the Census form, call the Census Bureau Customer Service Center at 1-800-923-8282. 


Nonprofits Ask City Hall To Cut Red Tape Threatening Aid

THE CITY

What coronavirus closings mean for New York’s economy
City & State

Autism at Work: How the Simons Foundation is Expanding Efforts of Inclusion in the Workplace
Philanthropy New York

COVID-19 makes the benefits of telework obvious
Brookings Institute


Events

Webinar: Higher Education & the Immigration Public Charge - What Colleges Need to Know
Friday, March 20  /  2 pm  /  Info and RSVP


Webinar Series: NYC Indirect Cost Rate Submission Training
March 19, 23 and 26  /  
Info and RSVP

HSC: Emergency Planning for Nonprofits
Tuesday, April 7 and Monday, April 20  /  9 am - 1 pm  /  Info and RSVP

Note: you must attend both sessions, and register for both dates when you sign up.

Professional Development

Coro and WPTI - Workforce Systems Leadership Program 2020
Learn more here
and apply here by April 13


LinkedIn Webinars for Workforce Professionals
LinkedIn 101: The What's, Why's, and How's of Using LinkedIn / Info and RSVP
LinkedIn 201: Helping Clients Stand Out to Recruiters on LinkedIn / Info and RSVP 
LinkedIn 202: Using LinkedIn for Business Outreach / Info and RSVP
LinkedIn Myth Busters: A Guide to LinkedIn's Usefulness in Workforce Development / Info and RSVP

Grounded Program Design: Incorporating Anti-Oppression Approaches to Social Justice
April 22  /  Info and Tickets


Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of many on-site offices and programs, we have removed all program recruitment information until our members have had some time to re-arrange their programming online, remotely or in some other creative fashion. Please send updated program schedule and communications to agarneva@nycetc.org
HERE to HERE
Director, Communications     •    Project Director, Employer Partnerships

St. Nicks Alliance
Skills Training Program Manager


Part of the Solution (POTS)
Family Stability and Self Sufficiency Mentor

College of Staten Island
Associate Director of Workforce Development Programs

Center for Employment Opportunities
Training Manager     •    Job Developer (Bronx)    •   Job Developer (Manhattan)   •   Job Coach (Manhattan)   •   Job Coach (Bronx)   •  Retention Specialist (Manhattan)

NADAP
Case Manager   •   Job Developer   •   Assessment Specialist/Substance Abuse Counselor   •   Job Developer   •   Human Resource Generalist   •   Data Reporting Analyst   •   Director Workforce Development   •   Quality Assurance Manager   •   Vocational Case Manager (Bilingual Spanish Required)

Goddard Riverside
Employment Specialist

WES Global Talent Bridge
Senior Program Manager

Hot Bread Kitchen
Business Development Coordinator (Americorp VISTA)   •   Small Business Support (Americorp VISTA only)   •   Events and Campaigns Associate

LaGuardia Community College
Program and Student Success Manager: (Bilingual Medical Assistant Training)     •     Clinical Coordinator (Bilingual Medical Assistant Training)    •    Program Specialist: (EMT, Paramedic, and CCMA)     •     Healthcare Training Program Manager      •     Instructional Associate

EDSI
Staten Island OSHA Instructor   •   Upper Manhattan OSHA Instructor   •   Healthcare Sales Account Manager

Center for Employment Opportunities
Training Manager

Center for Family Life
Cooperative Developer

NYCHA
Project Manager, Financial Capability and Business Development

Hostos Community College
Industry Specialist


Manhattan Educational Opportunity Center
EOC College Advisor – College Connections Project (TRIO)  •   
HSE Connect Coordinator   •   HSE Connect Tutors   •    HSE Connect Office Assistant

The Door
Care Navigator and Drop-in Assistant    •    Senior Accountant     •    Job Placement Specialist     •   Job Placement Specialist     •    Accounting Clerk

Eckerd Connects
Licensed Mental Health Professional

Office of ThriveNYC
Program Manager, Workforce Development

Project Renewal
Placement Specialist

The CUNY School of Labor & Urban Studies
Workforce Development Research Manager

LaGuardia Community College
Healthcare Training Program Manager       •     Instructional Associate

HERE to HERE
Director, 9-16 Education Partnerships

CAMBA
Career Pathways Navigator, Workforce for HomeBase

The High Line
Youth Programs Manager

Union Settlement
Director of Workforce Development     •    Workforce Development Associate
NYC Employment & Training Coalition (NYCETC)
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