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To our #wkdev community- Our role in the CAC will provide an opportunity for City, State & @amazon to hear from our community of job & training service providers & program participants. In parallel, @NYCCouncil & @NYCSpeakerCoJo are using #AmazonAnswersNYC to gathers questions

Congrats to @JoeyOrtizJr and @NYCETC_org for having the workforce community represented in this discussion. https://t.co/eHa0AzTpa4

As Co-Chair of the @BLACaucusNYC I look forward to hearing from @NYCETC_org & @NYCHA on their plans to do better for our residents. https://t.co/ZHxiZjIZJl

The New York City Employment and Training Coalition (NYCETC) supports the workforce development community to ensure that every New Yorker has access to the skills, training, + education needed to thrive in the local economy + that every business is able to maintain a highly skilled workforce.

Upward Mobility

Ensure that every New Yorker gains the skills needed to earn a meaningful income, and create a just and equitable society for every citizen of working age.

Human Capital

Build strong ties with the business community to invest in employment pathways that grow a diverse & expanded workforce in the new sustainable economy.

Strong Voice

Be the voice of a strong & diverse community of NYC providers & participants

Strong organizations

Strengthen organizations through peer-learning communities and shared resources

Strong Leaders

Attract & develop new leaders

Strong System

Build a cohesive system of innovative service delivery

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NYC Workforce Weekly – 12/05/2018

NYS and NYC Announce Community Advisory Committee to Guide Amazon Headquarters Project, Including NYCETC and Members NYCETC Discusses Value and Needs of Workforce Community with NYC Council’s Black, Latino/a and Asian Caucus Pinkerton Paper Explores Equity in Workforce Field Read more…

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