The FY 2019 forms are now available online. CBO providers must ensure that all budgets and budget modifications submitted by their agency are in compliance with New York City and DYCD rules and regulations.
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Spring 2018 Scholarship Applications are now available for both the Family Development Credential (FDC) Program for frontline staff and the Family Development Credential Program for Leaders for supervisors, managers, and directors.
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Have you signed up to hire a talented, high-achieving student through Ladders for Leaders? Join many of the New York City businesses that are being matched with top young talent!
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If you are a NYC youth between the ages of 14-24 who is looking for valuable work experience and earning money this summer, please complete the SYEP application and take the first step to landing your dream summer job.
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Act Fast – limited slots available. Submit your Spring 2018 application for the DYCD Scholars Program. Are you are a CUNY student and work at a DYCD-funded CBO?
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The Fiscal Agent Request for Proposals is seeking an appropriately qualified vendor to:
A pre-proposal conference will be held on February 8, 2018 at 2:00pm, 2 Lafayette Street, 14th Floor New York, NY 10007. Attendance by proposers is optional but recommended by DYCD.
Questions regarding this RFP may be directed to RFPquestions@dycd.nyc.gov one week prior to the due date.
The Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) is proud to release three Runway and Homeless Youth Services (RHY) Request for Proposals (RFP). Through these RFPs, DYCD is seeking appropriately qualified not-for-profit organizations to operate these services for runaway and homeless youth and youth at risk for homelessness in New York City and their families. Please see below for more information regarding each of the RFPs.
The primary purpose of the Drop-In Centers is to prevent youth homelessness or minimize its duration. Drop-In Centers have a broad role. They are resource hubs for the whole borough in which they are located, and they conduct outreach, provide information, and educate the public about youth homelessness and its causes. They also provide a range of direct services for RHY and youth at risk for homelessness and their families.
The purpose of Street Outreach is to help prevent youth homelessness or minimize its duration by distributing information to homeless youth and youth at risk for homelessness about available services and responding to their urgent needs, e.g., for food, clothing, first aid, transportation, etc. Street Outreach workers help youth access the range of RHY services funded by DYCD including arranging for transportation to a crisis shelter or other safe location and offering referrals to services that can assist them.
The due date for the RHY Drop-in Center and RHY Street Outreach RFPs is January 10, 2018 in the HHS Accelerator system.
Learn more about RHY Street Outreach RFPs
DYCD is announcing that the Request for Applications (RFA) for the Communities of Color Nonprofit Stabilization Fund has been released. This City Council discretionary funding initiative is administered by the New York Urban League, Hispanic Federation and Coalition for Asian American Children and Families to build capacity in non-profit organizations, including qualified faith based institutions. This is the fourth round of awards and organizations with budgets below $500,000 can apply for a maximum of $35,000 and organizations with budgets above $500,001 can apply for a maximum of $45,000 for organizational development projects. The deadline for submitting an application is December 6, 2017. You can learn more about the Initiative by attending a community briefing. A list of the briefings is included in the RFA.
For the application or further information, contact any one of the partner representatives:
Mitchell Wu, firstname.lastname@example.org, 212809-4675 ext.107
Download the Communities of Color Fund Application
Ferdinand Aguilar, email@example.com, 212-233-8955 ext.137
Learn more about the Communities of Color Fund at the Hispanic Federation
Sarah Smothers, firstname.lastname@example.org 212-929-8000 ext.142
Learn more about the Communities of Color Fun at the NY Urban League
Asian American Federation, Download the Communities of Color Fund Application at the Asian American Federation
DYCD and other City agencies administer Discretionary contract funds. Discretionary funds are funds that non-profit, community-based social service providers use to meet the needs of local communities. The funds are allocated by the Members of the New York City Council.
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