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May 22, 2019


NYCETC
Workforce Weekly

 
  • Social Finance Report on Turnover Costs Finds Key Lessons for Provider-Employer Partnerships
  • LMIS and EDC Release Report from "Building an Inclusive Economy" Conference
  • Upcoming NYCETC Member Roundtables: ESOL & Clients with Disabilities
  • Funding Opportunity: USDOL Grant for New Center for Employer-Focused Disability Policy and Technical Assistance
  • Funding Opportunity: NYS RAEN
  • In the News: Stories & Reports for the Workforce Community
  • Programs and Events from Our Community
  • Job Openings from Our Community
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Social Finance Report on Turnover Costs Finds Key Lessons for Provider-Employer Partnerships


Social Finance has released the report “Making Entry-Level Talent Stick,” highlighting its work with NYCETC member Seedco and research into the real cost of turnover to employers. Through detailed quantitative interviews with businesses — Seedco’s employer partners in New York, NY and Memphis, TN — the report’s findings estimate a single instance of turnover costs an employer approximately $3,300, with disproportionate impact on smaller businesses. The study found that employers consistently suggested that they would be willing to share about 50% of the value of improved retention with a workforce provider that was able to show improvements.
LMIS and EDC Release Report from "Building an Inclusive Economy" Conference


The NYC  Labor Market Information Service (NYCLMIS) and the NYC Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) have released a conference report on the inaugural conference, "Building an Inclusive Economy in New York City: Contributions from Higher Education and Research," that took place in January 17. The conference brought together stakeholders from higher education and research settings across sectors, including government, business, philanthropy, nonprofit, and academia to to discuss the growing inequality in New York City and the decreasing access to opportunities for upward mobility; highlight the role of higher education and research in addressing these challenges; and explore multi-sector approaches to mitigating these developments and promoting a truly inclusive economy. The report highlights these major themes from throughout the day, lessons learned and next steps. 
Upcoming NYCETC Member Roundtables: ESOL & Clients with Disabilities


NYCETC has several Member Strategy Roundtables coming up:
  • May 30: ESOL & Workforce
  • June 20: Clients with Disabilities
Roundtables are open only to NYCETC members who run programs in the targeted sector, population or model. Members can RSVP by completing this registration form.

Roundtables will bring together Coalition members to share their concerns, needs, and ideas with us and each other, and to develop shared plans around collective advocacy. You can see all member roundtables scheduled for 2019 by visiting the calendar on our website.
Funding Opportunity: USDOL Grant for New Center for Employer-Focused Disability Policy and Technical Assistance
The U.S. Department of Labor announced the availability of approximately $2 million in funds for the first year (anticipated to be matched each year for 4 years) of a cooperative agreement for an employer-focused disability policy development and technical assistance center. The solicitation is a re-competition of an existing cooperative agreement. Seeking to build upon the prior work of ODEP's Employer Assistance and Resource Network on Disability Inclusion (EARN), the new center will conduct research; engage with the business community; identify effective policies and practices that support business needs; and provide resources, technical assistance, and training to help public- and private-sector employers (including federal contractors) recruit, hire, retain, and advance individuals with disabilities. The deadline to apply is June 24 (see grant ID FOA-ODEP-19-01).
Funding Opportunity: NYS RAEN RFP
The New York State Education Department (NYSED) Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services-Adult Education Program and Policy (ACCES-AEPP) is seeking proposals from organizations to plan and deliver quality, research-based professional development and training, and effective communication links to State and federally-funded agencies providing adult literacy services below the post-secondary level. The goal of the RAEN system is to provide staff development resources to improve the skills of adult education practitioners to improve the quality of the adult education and family literacy programs funded by ACCES-AEPP. The RAEN will provide technical assistance in coordination with ACCES-AEPP to assist adult education programs in meeting statewide benchmarks on the National Reporting System's core indicators and any other monitoring tools developed by NYSED. Applications are due June 20.
Action Alert:
Advocacy Opportunities & Resources
 
NYC Council FY 2020 Executive Budget Hearings 
 
Below are some of the scheduled executive budget hearings with testifying agencies relevant to the workforce development community coming up in May. You can find the full schedule of hearings here. This round of hearings does not allow for public testimony, except for the final hearing on May 23.

Wednesday, May 22
10 am – 1 pm Human Resources Administration and Homeless Services

Thursday, May 23
11 – 11 am: Finance
11 – 11:30 am: Comptroller
11:30 am – 12 pm: Independent Budget Office
12 – 2 pm: Office of Management & Budget
2 pm: Public
In the News: 
Stories & Reports for the Workforce Community
Programs and Events from Our Community
Events

WES Global Webinar: Tapping Global Talent: Career Pathways for Internationally Trained Engineers in the U.S.
Thursday, May 23  /  2 - 3 pm
More info and RSVP
here.

Resume Workshop for Internships at Local Arts Organizations
Saturday, June 1  /  10 am - 1 pm
Producing Partners: Hudson Guild, Fulton Houses Tenants Association, the High Line, and Pier55. More info and RSVP
here.
 

Professional Development

WPTI: Facilitation Essentials
Wednesday, June 5  /  9:30 Am - 4:30 pm

Info and RSVP here.
 
WPTI: Build Your Competencies In Serving LGBTQI+ Youth
Session 1 of 2 - Wednesday, June 12  /  9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Session 2 of 2 - Thursday, June 13  /  9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Info and RSVP here.

Putting Social Media to Work for You
Wednesday, June 19  /  9:30 am - 1:00 pm
Info and RSVP here.


Program Recruitment

BMCC IT Computer Network Training A+/CCNA
2 cohorts starting in July and 1 in September
Info in flyer and on website.


Hostos Community College
Computer Support Technician Apprenticeship Info Sessions through June. 
Info and RSVP here.
Community Health Worker Apprenticeship Info Sessions through June.
Info and RSVP here.


CUNY TechWorks at Queensborough - Software Development Program
Recruiting for next cohort.
More info here and sign up for an info session here.

NYC College of Technology
30 week Medical Assistant Training for English Language Learners (starts Fall 2019)
More info here.


Roundabout Theatre Company: Theatrical Workforce Development Program
Mandatory info sessions take place April through June. Training begins September 16, 2019. See website for more info and to sign up for an info session.


Grace Institute of New York
8-week Patient Service Representative Program
Applications due May 15 for cohort beginning June 10. More info and open house registration here.

LaGuardia Community College
3-month Network Support Specialist Training
More info and application here

SUNY MEOC
6-Week Certified Phlebotomy Technician Training
4-Day Security Officer Training Class
More info here


CUNY TechWorks at Queensborough - Software Development Program
Application deadline extended to May 10 for cohorts beginning in summer 2019. 
Info sessions take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
More info here and sign up for an info session here.​

St. Nicks Alliance
8-week Bilingual Financial Services Training starts May 6
More info here

NYC College of Technology

Free 8-week Healthcare Program for English Language Learners 
See flyer for details


Bronx Community College Medical Laboratory Technician Program
See flyer for more info.

SUNY BEOC
Home Health Aide Training
Classes begin May 13. Visit website for info and registration.

Retraining Program For Immigrant Engineers @ Camba & The Cooper Union
Registration now open for spring semester 2019. For more info, see this flyer and register here.

CUNY Adult Learner Hub
See flyer for details.

Brooklyn Public Library: Adult Learning & High School Equivalency programs
More info on screening schedule here.

LaGuardia Community College Spring Training Opportunities
TechHire - OpenCode Network Administration (Spring 2019) - info here

Woodlawn & The Door Preservation Training Program
More info and RSVP for info sessions in brochure and website

NMIC - multiple programs currently recruiting
YouthBuild Business Bootcamp  - more info here
Security Guard Training - more info here
Home Health Aide Training - more info in English and Spanish
Customer and Food Service Training (adults) - more info here
Train & Earn Food Service & Training and Career Counseling - more info here

StreetWise Partners Mentorship Program
13 week mentorship program that assist participants who are un/underemployed gain the tools, skills, network and resources needed to obtain and maintain employment. Sign up for an info session here.

NADAP Comprehensive Employment Services (CES)
3-week job readiness workshops & pipeline to employment for youth/young adult between the ages of 16 and 24 who are TANF eligible.
More info, see the brochure or contact 212-986-1170 or nwilliams@nadap.org

CPC Education and Career Services Brooklyn Information Session
Every Friday at 10 am
More info here.

LaGuardia Community College: CUNY Fatherhood Academy
Currently recruiting for the 16 week HSE prep program, which prepares fathers for the TASC exam and provides a range of academic and personal supports including tutoring, individualized counseling, financial literacy workshops and parenting workshops. Application deadline is May 31 for summer cohort. Learn more here.
Job Openings from Our Community

The Door 

Special Assistant to CEO and COO  •  Job Placement Specialist- Foster Care Youth  •  Job Placement Specialist- YAIP Plus  •  Job Placement Specialist  •  Grants Manager  •  Pro Bono Managing Attorney

EDSI 
Bi- Lingual Community Partner Manager    •  Veteran’s Recruitment Account Manager: Healthcare

Bronx Community College
Program Manager – Film Production Training Program

Building Skills NY
Senior Recruiter for Construction Industry

NADAP
Assessment Specialist/Substance Abuse Counselor   •    Clinical Case Manager  •   
Case Manager Supervisor  •   Assessment Specialist/Substance Abuse Counselor  •    
Director of workforce Development    •  
Career Services Coordinator

Grant Associates
Business Analyst (SOC)

Blue Ridge Labs at Robin Hood
Program Associate

Grand Street Settlement
Youth Job Training Manager

NMIC
Office Messenger/Clerical Assistant  •  Academic and Career Coordinator 

Nontraditional Employment for Women

Employment Coordinator

HERE to HERE
Vice President, Policy

Queens Community House
Director of Youth Employment Services

Phipps Neighborhoods
SYEP Job Developer

The HOPE Program
Retention Associate

CUNY Early College Initiative (ECI)
Employer Partnerships Developer

Human Services Council (HSC)
Policy Analyst/Organizer

Henry Street Settlement
Job Placement Specialist  •  Volunteer Events Coordinator  •   Child Care Worker  •   Grant Writer   •   Evening Program Coordinator

Day Care Council of NY
Career Ladder Academic Advisor

WES Global Talent Bridge
Policy Strategist

Project Renewal
Vocational Counselor    •   Assistant Director- Next Step ACE   •   Case Manager Jr. 

Green City Force
Developer of Employer Partnerships

STRIVE
Employment Specialist   •  Accountant   •  Grants Accountant 

Prisoner Reentry Institute, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Deputy Director for Programs  •   Deputy Director for Finance and Administration 

RiseBoro Community Partnership

Lead Career Counselor, Level Up! Workforce Development

ICD
Employment Specialist

JCC of Greater Coney Island
Case Manager

Grace Institute
Administrative Professional Instructor  •  Director of Training

St Nicks Alliance
Skills Training Program Manager

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow
Program Director- TechSTART   •   Office Assistant  •  Worksite & Intake Associate   •  Intake/Data Entry Associate  •  High School Equivalency Instructor  •  Child Care Navigator  •  Human Resources Assistant

Center for Employment Opportunities
Quality Assurance Analyst   •  Director, Social Enterprise Operations   •  Retention Specialist    •  Chief Operating Officer   •  Grants Analyst  • Coordinator, Stewardship and Development   •    Grants Assistant  •   Evaluation Associate  •   Specialist, Learning and Development

Chinese-American Planning Council
Activity Specialist  •  Education and Career Specialist  •  Higher Education Counselor    •   Outreach Specialist

Jericho Project
Career Counselor

LaGuardia Community College
LaGuardia TechHIRE Open Code Educational Case Manager   •   LaGuardia TechHIRE Open Code Outcomes Specialist
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