Save Learning To Work: Update

Think about your high school experience.  Did you graduate in four years? Was it easy or difficult? Did you have help along the way? Some students need help that public schools just do not provide, that is where the Learning to Work (LTW) Program comes in. In the year...

February 2021 Team Member of the Month

We are ready!  Ready to give it up for our team that is!  As the end of March is slowly but surely approaching we are taking the time to recognize an extraordinary NYCID team member.  That’s right, it’s time for another NYCID Team Member of the Month award. Each month...

January 2021 Team Member of the Month

Strap up everyone, it’s time for another NYCID Team Member of the Month award! Each month we take the time to recognize a member of our team who has done extraordinary work and truly exemplifies NYCID’s core values.  It is important to us to let our team know that...

NYC’s Best Kept Secret: Free Mediation Services

The holiday season can be a stressful time for many families.  Especially this year with COVID 19 exasperating these stresses.  Wouldn’t it be great if there was someone you could turn to when you were having a dispute with a family member or coworker? Someone who...

Learning to Work Virtual Orientation Recap

If you love what you do you’ll never work a day in your life.  A phrase that we’ve all heard time and time again.  But what if you don’t know what you love to do? Or what you love to do won’t make you any money?  The programs that help young people find careers that...

Save Learning to Work

Job hunting is tough.  Most people do not have the luxury of waiting for the perfect opportunity to present itself. It’s a scramble for many of us and in the COVID-19 world it’s even more difficult.  Employers almost always require experience and at minimum a High...
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