Business competitiveness and viability rely on a strong, well-trained workforce. We understand the needs of small businesses and their ability to attract and retain qualified workers. Our Good Help Program offers no-cost employment services.
Workforce1 helps New Yorkers prepare for, and connect to, jobs across New York City's five boroughs and in every sector of the economy. Through their Virtual Workforce1 Career Center system, they can connect you via web or phone (within one to two business days) to one-on-one help from professionals who can help you: Identify jobs that are a fit for your experience and skills Prepare for interviews Access free training All of their services are no-cost and do not require in-person visits....
The Brooklyn Public Library offers a variety of library and information services such as books, ebooks, movies, recordings, digital collections, and much more.
Access NYC helps you find work with food, money, housing, and more. There are over 30 programs available including SNAP, Cash Assistance, and medicaid renewal.
The NYC Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP)—formerly the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) protects and enhances the daily economic lives of New York workers to create thriving communities.
National Grid provides electricity to NY residents.
Founded in 1823 as the New York Gas Light company, conEdison's electric, gas, and steam service now provides energy for the 10 million people who live in New York City and Westchester County.
The HomeFirst Down Payment Assistance Program provides qualified homebuyers with up to $100,000 toward the down payment or closing costs on a 1-4 family home, a condominium, or a cooperative in one of the five boroughs of New York City.
NYC Housing Connect helps New Yorkers to find and apply for affordable housing opportunities accross the five boroughs of NYC.
The New York City Housing Authority's mission is to increase opportunities for low- and moderate-income New Yorkers by providing safe, affordable housing and facilitating access to social and community services. More than 400,000 New Yorkers reside in NYCHA's 326 public housing developments across the City’s five boroughs. Another 235,000 receive subsidized rental assistance in private homes through the NYCHA-administered Section 8 Leased Housing Program.
The NYC Department of Education offers a variety of resources for pursuing a high school diploma. Anyone over 21 years old that does not have a high school diploma is eligible.