Annual FDC Recognition Ceremony
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    FDC RECOGNITION CEREMONY
    Family Development Credential (FDC) Program gathered for the 20th Annual FDC Recognition Ceremony. The FDC program collaborates with agencies to teach family workers how to coach families to set and reach their goals for healthy self-reliance. To view photographs from the ceremony, click here.
WLG Applications
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    WLG IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!
    Are you looking for a Job this School Year? The Work, Learn & Grow Application is available now to participants of the 2017 SYEP program who are between the ages of 16 – 21 and currently in school. Selected youth will be able to work and explore career opportunities 10 hours a week from October through April.

    Apply Now 
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11th Annual Dads Take Your Child to School Day
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    11th Annual Dads Take Your Child to School Day

    On Tuesday, September 19, DYCD sponsored the 11th Annual Dads Take Your Child to School Day rally from the Harlem YMCA to the P.S. 175 Henry H. Garnet School in Manhattan. The event was open to all fathers, uncles, grandfathers, male caregivers, mentors, as well as other family members and school children.

    View more photos on our Facebook page.

SYEP Concept Paper
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    SYEP Concept Paper Release 

    DYCD encourages all to provide feedback as this will assist with our forthcoming RFP, anticipated to be released in late fall of this year.  Please email comments to DYCD at Conceptpaper@dycd.nyc.gov no later than October 19, 2017.  Please enter “SYEP concept paper” in the subject line.

    Click here to learn more about the SYEP Concept Paper.

2017 SYEP and Ladders Highlights
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    2017 has been an exciting and record-breaking year at DYCD! Respectively, through SYEP and Ladders for Leaders, over 70,000 youth employees and 1,800 interns worked with some of New York City’s most dynamic employers.
    Check out what our participants shared about their experiences!

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