August 07, 2018, Tuesday
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
The Conference Center
130 E 59th St, 7th Floor – Room 710
New York, NY 10022
There is no fee for this event, however advanced registration is required. Registration will close on Thursday, August 2. Please click on the link to RSVP. Please note that the link will direct you to the registration form on Eventbrite.
This session of the Job Developers’ Networking Breakfast will focus on JobsFirstNYC‘s recent report co-produced with The Community Service Society of New York: Barriers to Entry: Fewer Out-of-School, Out-of-Work Young Adults, As Warning Signs Emerge.
Marjorie Parker, President and CEO of JobsFirstNYC and Kevin Stump, Vice President, Policy, Communications, and In-School Practice, will provide an overview of the report, highlight key data points, and present a comprehensive strategy to address the challenges identified in the report. Attendees will also share their perspectives of the challenges and solutions as it relates to their work supporting job seekers.
Job Developers, Nonprofit professionals whose primary job is to work with employers and jobseekers, Other Workforce Development professionals, Retention Specialists, Employment Counselors, and Workforce Program Managers/Directors
This event is presented and facilitated by WPTI and JobsFirstNYC staff
Questions about this event?
Please contact Saki Mori, WPTI Operations & Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Evy Gonzalez, JobsFirstNYC’s Operations Director, at email@example.com.