We have career ranging from Accounting, Business, Finance, Military Police, Computer Science, Aviation Mechanics, electrician, Plumber, construction Management, Legal, Intelligence, to being a detective or investigator.
We offer a safe place respite program that allows girls between the ages of 12-15 to seek retreat when experiencing stress, trauma, and restoration at remote location. Our program typically deals with victims and survivors of physical and sexual crimes.
CB14 Youth ConferenceFreedom Youth Family Justice Center Inc.
The KEYA program is designed to support the career and educational goals of young adults between the ages of 18-25. With the goal of providing at-risk young adults a sense of agency over their lives, the KEYA program establishes a baseline to prepare individuals for the workforce. Through a combination of efforts such as resume building, interview prep, employment placement, financial assistance, career counseling and job retention assistance the KEYA program will help young adults break the cycle of poverty.
Our organization provides numerous Caribbean Art Workshops ranging from Stilt Walking to Steel Pan and more! We provide a safe place for students to come learn and grow. We also have opportunities for volunteering hours whether it be for helping the community or working on our Labor Day Parade.
CB14 Youth ConferenceWest Indian American Day Carnival Association
Registered Apprenticeship is a training model that offers individuals the opportunity to become a skilled worker in a trade/occupation through a combination of paid on-the-job training and related classroom instruction. Registered Apprenticeship is an “earn while you learn” program where individuals are hired by an employer (sponsor of a NYS Registered Apprenticeship program) and work under the close supervision of a skilled worker in that trade/occupation. The length of program varies depending on the trade/occupation, but is typically between 1 and 5 years. Once apprentices successfully complete the program, they receive a certificate of completion from the New York State Department of Labor, which is a portable, nationally recognized credential.
CB14 Youth ConferenceApprenticeship Training – New York State Department of Labor
WISDOM Instructional Consulting is an educational support agency providing high-quality Special Education and General Education services for students of all ages! Since our founding, we’ve worked with numerous clients throughout the NYC area, and virtually. Great service begins and ends with experienced and friendly professionals, which is why we put so much consideration into selecting the most creative, highly effective certified teachers to join our team. We ensure each session is tailored to the direct needs of the student. We monitor client progress through assessments and activities and modify the learning plan to ensure there is always a path toward mastery!
HEAT’s mission is to provide a unique health and mental health program that focuses on the special needs of young people (13-29) who are at risk or living with HIV/AIDS and to remove the barriers that often prevent youth from accessing health care. HEAT operates a ‘one-stop shopping’ full-service clinic that is set in a youth-friendly, discrete and easily accessible venue at the SUNY Downstate’s Center for Healthcare Services in Brooklyn
CB14 Youth ConferenceHEAT (Health and Education Alternatives for Teens) Program
The CCRB does a series of office tours where the youth can explore different departments and careers at agency. This is a great opportunity for young people to be exposed to different career paths, while being civically engaged. We also have a Youth Advisory Council (YAC) is a working committee made up of young leaders who are committed to criminal justice issues and improving police-community relations. Members advise CCRB staff about its efforts to engage young New Yorkers, serve as ambassadors to their communities about the agency, and join team-building activities.