Job Placement & Counseling For Young Adults

Introduction

NOTE: Proof of eligibility is required in most agencies. Age and income requirements may apply. Call each site for further information.

Internet Links
Covenant House
Job training and employment services. After completing job readiness training at a Brooklyn Resource Center, teens may participate in the following programs offered at the Regional Training Center: bank teller, construction, culinary arts, desktop publishing, introduction to computers, nurse’s aide, security guard and silk screening. Youth currently working are welcome to community site to meet counselors and participate in life skills workshops. Ages 16-21.
 
FEGS/Career Development Institute
105 Bruckner Boulevard, 2nd Floor, Bronx, NY 10454 / Phone: 718.292.3930 / GED preparation, job placement and computer workshops. Income and other eligibility requirements. Ages 19-21.
 
Grand Street Settlement
80 Pitt Street, New York, NY 10002 / Phone: 212.674.1740 / Youth on the Move Program offers job readiness and job placement. Participants must join the Teen Services Youth Program. Ages 14-19.
 
Job Corps
Federally funded education and job training/placement for low-income, at-risk youth. Residential and nonresidential programs. Stipend included. Preadmissions orientation on Mondays and Tuesdays at 1:45 PM at Montague Street location. Birth certificate and Social Security Card required at orientation. Ages 16-24.
 
New York City Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD)
Phones: 800.246.4646, 800.246.4699 (TDD) / On the home page, click on “Employment” under “DYCD Services.” Youth employment services include the year-round In-School Youth (ISY) and the Out-of-School Youth (OSY) Programs, the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) and the CSBG Youth Employment Program. All incorporate youth development principles in providing services to youth.
 
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow - Youth Employment Program
783 Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11232 / Phone: 718.369.0303 / Job training, clerical skills, basic computer training, typing, business courses, ESOL and GED classes. Ages 17+.
Project Reach Youth
199 14th Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11215 / Phone: 718.768.0778 / Variety of teen programs, such as GED preparation and tutoring as well as job training and placement. Ages 13-18.
 
The Door
121 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY 10013 / Phone: 212.941.9090 / Job readiness and job placement. Also legal, health, counseling, day care, educational and recreational services. English, Spanish and Chinese spoken. Ages 12-21.
 
 
More Information
Crown Heights Youth Collective
915 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216 / Phone: 718.756.7600 / Job readiness workshops and career counseling. Monday-Friday, 10 AM-4 PM. Ages 14-26.
 
Ridgewood/Bushwick Senior Citizens Council Youth and Education Department
1474 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237 / Phone: 718.381.9653 / Youth Employment Program offers job readiness, tutoring, career exploration, counseling and internships for low-income, in-school youth. Ages 14-18.
 
St. Nicholas Neighborhood Preservation Corporation/YouthWorks
161 Graham Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206 / Phone: 718.486.7180 / Twelve-week training program prepares unemployed, out-of-school youth to work in programs for schoolage children, such as day care, community recreation centers and after-school programs. Daily stipends for lunch and MetroCard, plus completion stipend upon graduation. St. Nicholas Neighborhood Preservation Corporation also offers GED preparation. Ages 19-21.
 
Vannguard Urban Improvement Association, Inc.
613-619 Throop Avenue, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11216 / Phone: 718.453.3330 / GED preparation for out-of-school youth. Afterschool education programs for in-school youth. Ages 14-20.