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Among the approximately $107 billion in spending in the FY24 budget, there are some funding commitments that add capacity to current workforce development programs and advance the system-building agenda articulated in the just-released Pathways to an Inclusive Economy: Future of Workers Task Force Blueprint. The additions are strongly oriented toward serving students and young adults, continuing the […]
On Wednesday, June 28th, NYCETC with the support of Google hosted a Tech Bridge Summit at the Google Learning Hub with more than 40 attendees including public and private partners, funders, talent development and training organizations, and many of the key intermediaries. The summit represented a step toward two goals: New York City’s tech ecosystem […]
Gregory J. Morris, CEO of the New York City Employment & Training Coalition joins Open Tuesday host Kibin Alleyne to discuss the massive cuts to workforce development, specifically with re-entry programs for the formerly incarcerated.
Greg Morris, the CEO of the New York City Employment and Training Coalition, joined NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” to discuss the budget.
This week, Gregory J Morris, CEO of NYCETC sat down with Michelle Jackson, Executive Director of the Human Services Council for a conversation on what #JustPay means for human services workers and the field. [This interview was edited and condensed.] Editor’s note: This feature was originally included in NYCETC’s NYC Workforce Weekly newsletter, which is […]
June is Pride month. Pride is a month-long celebration of advocacy, liberation and self-expression for the LGBTQIA+ community. In 1970 the initial Pride celebrations were started to commemorate the Stonewall Uprising of 1969, charting a path forward that centered equity. Similarly in 2023, Pride marks a time to uplift diverse voices, celebrate a vibrant culture […]
Gregory J Morris, CEO of NYCETC sat down with Abby Jo Sigal, Executive Director of NYC Talent for a conversation on the Pathways to an Inclusive Economy: The Future of Workers Task Force Blueprint. [This content was edited and condensed.] Editor’s note: This feature was originally included in NYCETC’s NYC Workforce Weekly newsletter, which is delivered free to subscribers’ […]
NYC Workforce Development Board Eyes Federal Funding Boost, SYEP’s 60th Anniversary, and Apprenticeships
This feature is part of our ongoing series of communications on items and initiatives related to city offices, agencies, officials and the New York City Council.
Submitted on May 24, 2023 A recording of this testimony is available here. I’d like to thank Chair Brannan for his leadership and the opportunity to provide testimony. I’mGregory J Morris, CEO of the New York City Employment and Training Coalition (NYCETC) – the largestcity-based workforce development association in the country. NYCETC serves as the […]
On Wednesday, May 24th, the New York City Council Committee on Finance heard public testimony on the proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2024. In excess of 12 hours, Finance Chair Justin Brannan and members of the Committee on Finance heard from over 300 New Yorkers on a range of topics related to Mayor Adams’ proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal […]
Editor’s note: This feature was originally included in NYCETC’s NYC Workforce Weekly newsletter, which is delivered free to subscribers’ inboxes every Wednesday with trends and top stories about workforce development in New York City. Subscribe here. Small Business Committee Chair Julie Menin speak with Commissioner Kim and his team 2 hours 6 minutes into the recorded […]