New Hub Resources, April 2018

New Hub Resources, April 2018

We're adding new workforce resources focused on young adults. Reports featured this month include new statistics on New York City’s out-of-school and out-of-work young adult population; highlight common barriers to securing employment; and effective strategies for connecting young adults to skills and jobs. Visit the Hub Resources page to access these reports.

  • Declines in New York City’s Out-Of-School, Out-Of-Work Young Adult Population… But Numbers Remain High (JobsFirstNYC & Community Service Society of New York) presents trends in NYC’s out-of-school, out-of-work young adult population. It is an update to the previous report, Barriers to Entry, published in 2013.
  • Barriers to Entry. Fewer Out-of-School, Out-of-Work Young Adults, As Warning Sign Emerge (JobsFirstNYC & Community Service Society of New York) explores what is behind the large decline in out-of-school and out-of-work young adults in NYC and describes this population.
  • Reengaging New York City's Disconnected Youth through Work (Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Department of Health and Human Services) presents the Young Adult Internship Program (YAIP) evaluation providing a detailed description of the YAIP model, assesses its implementation, and examines whether the program improved young people’s outcomes during the first year after study enrollment.
  • Youth Employment Task Force (City of New York) report provides a set of proposals for the future of City programs for young adults such as Summer Youth Employment Program and Work, Learn, Grow.
  • Connecting Young Adults to Skills and Jobs (National Fund for Workforce Solutions) documents emerging practices from the National Fund’s young adult work to date, and also provides a context for understanding the status of young adult sectoral work nationally.

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