Sunset Park Community Career Expo – Saturday, June 8th, 11AM-3PM at PS1 at 309 47th Street, Brooklyn

The event is open to all community members. Through a combination of workshops, career panels, and tabling throughout the day, it is aiming to provide community members with information about workforce development programs, workers rights, and job opportunities. This fair is designed specifically for ESOL learners. Participating agencies include: MassMutual, Hot Bread Kitchen, Census Bureau, Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow, UPROSE, NYU Langone Family Health Centers, Innovation Lab, LEEP Dual Language Academy, Brooklyn Rise Charter School, Make the Road NY, Center for Family Life, NY College of Technology, Atlas: DIY, Department of Citywide Administrative Services, Fifth Avenue Committee, Huang & Associates, and many more!

 

Job and Resource Fair

The University Settlement Adult Literacy Program organized its 1st Annual Job and Resource Fair on Friday, May 5th, 2017 at the Houston Street Center. The objective of the fair was to increase employment and education opportunities for our students. The event hosted numerous employers/schools to promote their career opportunities and school programs to our students. The participating organizations were:

ASA College

Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC)

CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC)

Henry Street Settlement

NYC Department of Consumer Affairs

University Settlement’s Human Resources

Workforce 1 Career Center – Washington Heights

Workforce 1 Career Center – Upper Manhattan

Workforce 1 Industrial & Transportation Career Center

 

 

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Individuals interested in registering with the Department of Sanitation of New York can do so at their local district garage, weekdays between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. The list of garage locations can be found at www.nyc.gov/sanitation. Snow laborers will be paid $13.50 per hour, and $20.25 per hour after 40 hours are worked in a week, an increase from the previous year.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, be eligible to work in the United States, and capable of performing heavy physical labor.

All applicants must bring: Two small photos (1 ½ square), original and copy of two forms of identification, and a Social Security card.