Our valued partners collaborate with us to strengthen and advance the workforce development field
CUNY is the public university system for New York City, and the largest urban university system in the United States. It includes 26 campuses, serving more than 500,000 students annually, and offers a wide array of academic and workforce development programs.
Coro is one of the nation’s leading leadership development and training organizations, providing participants with the skills and knowledge they need to lead change and develop innovative solutions to emerging challenges. Coro offers programs for individuals at various stages of their professional journeys, from students to senior executives.
Corporation for a Skilled Workforce is a nonprofit that catalyzes nationwide transformative change across workforce, education, economic, and community development through research and action. CSW’s work centers on increasing economic opportunity and sustainable prosperity for vulnerable people, companies, and communities.
HSC fosters a diverse network of human service organizations, discussing ideas and taking collective action on issues that impact the entire sector and those they serve. Through advocacy and collaboration, HSC supports member organizations and their leaders in addressing their concerns of public policy, economic trends, and the regulatory environment.
JobsFirstNYC leverages all available community, corporate, human, organization, private and public resources to bring out-of-school and out-of-work young adults into the economic life of New York City. They utilize a four-pronged strategy that includes employer engagement, raising consciousness about systemic challenges, advancing practice of youth-serving organizations, and building their own capacity as an intermediary.
Launched in the late 1970’s, NYATEP was founded by a small group of professionals dedicated to the effectiveness of federally funded workforce programs. In the last 40 years, the organization has grown to be New York’s statewide workforce development association.
Launched in 2015, CYE is a public-private partnership to better prepare New York City’s young adults for steady work and career success. CYE serves as a catalyst, advocate, connector, capacity builder, and subject matter expert within New York City’s youth workforce ecosystem.
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.
LMIS is a workforce development and educational opportunity-focused research, evaluation, and consulting organization. They work closely with a network of workforce partners to develop in-depth research reports on industries, populations, emerging trends, and policy issues; to develop customized tools for jobseekers and workforce professionals; and to provide them with training and strategic consultation
WKDEV is responsible for coordinating workforce with economic development in all five boroughs, to create a real time connection to businesses to ensure their needs are met, and to effectively connect those New Yorkers seeking workforce services to quality jobs with opportunities for advancement.
NFF promotes the success of nonprofits by providing capital, strategic consulting, and using our knowledge and influence to transform the funding and financing landscape. They scale solutions to social challenges, working to provide capital, coordinate resources, explore funding alternatives, and remove obstacles between nonprofits and their missions.