Author: Stephanie Birmingham

09.28.22

NYC Workforce Weekly – 09.28.22

[NYCETC Conference] Agenda Released and Sponsor Pledge Deadline this Friday, 9/30 [CUNY Update] New Inclusive Economy Initiative and Funding for Green Workforce Programs [Campaign Update] Tear the Paper Ceiling Campaign Launched News and Events Partnerships and Collaboration Program Recruitment Job Opportunities Read This Week’s “Workforce Weekly” Here

09.21.22

NYC Workforce Weekly – 09.21.22

[Covid-19 Economic Update] Rise in labor force participation pushes up the city’s unemployment rate; average weekly hours and real wages have fallen for many workers. [NYCETC Conference] Don’t Miss Out on Becoming a Sponsor [Adovcacy Alert] Goodwill NYNJ Bridge to Tech Expands Services to Break Barriers for Entry Into Tech Careers [State Alert] Governor Hochul Announces […]

09.20.22

CNYCA’S COVID-19 Economic Update – 09.21.22

COVID-19 Economic Update is part of a regular biweekly Covid-19 Economic Update series. This week’s update was prepared by James Parrott, Director of Economic and Fiscal Policies at the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School. Read past installments here. New York City gained nearly 24,000 payroll jobs in August on a seasonally […]

09.14.22

NYC Workforce Weekly – 09.14.22

[Press Alert] NYC Landscape Report Featured in Gotham Gazette [NYCETC Conference] Solution Proposals Due Next Week [City Alert] New Program Connects NYC Students to Paid Apprenticeships [Federal Alert] Apprenticeship Ambassador Initiative Supports Apprenticeship Expansion [New Funding] Google’s NYC Tech Opportunity Fund Supports Computer Science Education [Member Alert] Final Weeks for 2023 Early Bird Renewal Discount […]

09.07.22

NYC Workforce Weekly – 09.07.22

[Report Release] “New York City’s Workforce Landscape” with WPTI + CNYCA [Covid-19 Economic Update] Essential and remote-working industry jobs surpass pre-pandemic levels, while employment in face-to-face industries lags by more than nine percent [Upcoming Event] NYCETC’s Annual Conference on October 13 – Registration, Sponsorship + Speaker Opportunities [Member Alert] 2023 Early Bird Membership Renewal [City Alert] Mayor […]

09.06.22

CNYCA’S COVID-19 Economic Update – 09.07.22

COVID-19 Economic Update is part of a regular biweekly Covid-19 Economic Update series. This week’s update was prepared by Emil Mella Pablo, Assistant Director for Economic Policy at the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School. Read past installments here. Employment in New York City continues its slow recovery from its early pandemic […]

09.01.22

Report Reveals NYC’s Workforce Providers Face Inadequate Resources Despite Rising Demand

Report from NYC Employment and Training Coalition, Workforce Professionals Training Institute and the Center for New York City Affairs Follows Recent Commitments From City Leaders to Support Workforce Community Read the full report New York, NY – (September 1, 2022) — Local organizations connecting New Yorkers to the skills and training they need for better-paying […]

08.24.22

NYC Workforce Weekly – 08.24.22

[Workforce Weekly Alert] No Newsletter Next Week – Wednesday, August 31 [Albany Alert] Governor Hochul Announces Launch of Historic $150 Million Expansion of Tuition Assistance Program to Part-Time Students [Funding Opportunity] Youth Service Capacity-Building Grants from the William T. Grant Foundation [Save the Date] NYCETC’s Annual Conference on October 13 [Member Alert] 2023 Early Bird Membership […]

08.17.22

NYC Workforce Weekly – 08.17.22

[City Hall Alert] Mayor Adams Announces Investment in NYC Workers and Employers in Executive Order [Covid-19 Economic Update] While unemployment remains much higher than the national average, labor force participation and employment rates have recovered for the city’s women workers but not for men [Albany Alert] Governor Hochul Signs Green CHIPS Legislation [Funding Opportunity] Youth Service […]

08.16.22

CNYCA’S COVID-19 Economic Update – 08.17.22

COVID-19 Economic Update is part of a regular biweekly Covid-19 Economic Update series. This week’s update was prepared by Lina Moe and James Parrott, Center for New York City Affairs at The New School. Read past installments here. New York City’s unemployment rate for the second quarter (April-June 2022) fell to 6.2 percent from seven percent […]