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Inez Barron, 30+% of whose district residents are under poverty line, asked why most of $1.3B allocated to New York Works is for building&development projects instead of training programs to help residents qualify for plan's jobs.TY for reporting @pranshuverma_ #InvestInSkillsNYC

Thank you to @RitchieTorres, @PaulVallone and the @NYCCouncil for asking the important questions on how the city’s investments will provide equitable access to sustainable futures for marginalized New Yorkers. #Investinskillsnyc @NYCETC_org @JobsFirstNYC @NYATEP

We need New York Works to work for NYC. The City should invest in people first and support training programs like @PerScholas. #InvestInSkillsNYC #NYCJobsForWho @NYCETC_org @ritchitorrescd15 @paulvallone

The road to economic independence and the ability to have CHOICE and a quality of life is only possible when resources match values. TY to the incredible advocates who champion this work. https://t.co/3UGsrQ0kbZ

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

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