The digital divide is only worsening job conditions in
the communities we serve. Available jobs tend to be
basic work that don’t ladder up to a worthwhile career.
Inequality is unacceptable in any form towards anyone, but for African Americans it can create lasting social and economic barriers to independence and empowerment. We’ve launched an awareness campaign, along with initiatives designed to amplify diversity and inclusion issues to strengthen and support our communities.
"Being a part of (New York) Urban League not only did it made me feel comfortable to get back to start looking for work and training it prepared me, it gave me the tools that I needed to be able to compete with everyone in the workforce. We sometimes forget how important a resume is, how valuable our interviewing skills are to be able to get a job. I got all of that and more being a part of The New York Urban League, thanks to the help Kera and Alyssa, I am in training, and working on developing my work experience.”
NYUL Employment Client
Manny Cantor Center | Corporate Partner
Educating ourselves through technology, and not just being entertained by it is how we become the writers of our own stories, not just the readers.
Making opportunities more tangible for each and every person that comes to the NYUL for the support they need
Offering interview training, skills assessment and resume counseling to prepare you not just for a job, but a future career.
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