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Release Date: December 21, 2018
Pre-proposal Conference: January 3, 2019 at 2:00pm
Pre-proposal location: 2 Lafayette Street, 14th Floor Auditorium New York, NY 10007
Proposal Due Date Extended to: February 20, 2019 at 2:00pm in HHS Accelerator
DYCD is looking for a nonprofit organization to provide year-round services for youth detained at the Horizon Juvenile Center in Mott Haven, Bronx. Horizon is a secure juvenile detention facility operated by the Division of Youth and Family Justice (DYFJ) within the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS). The primary goal of the program will be to provide high quality, engaging activities and supportive relationships that foster social and emotional wellbeing, build life skills, and offer opportunities for youth to explore career pathways that build on their strengths and reflect their interests.
Release Date: December 14, 2018
Comments Due: January 14, 2019
In accordance with section 3-16 (j) of the Procurement Policy Board Rules, the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) will be issuing a Concept Paper for the Advance & Earn Program. Advance & Earn programs will combine the Young Adult Literacy Program (YALP) and Intern & Earn (formerly Young Adult Internship Program [YAIP]) to offer a continuum of services from literacy instruction through advanced training and job placement or college enrollment supported by comprehensive support services tailored to individual needs.
The intent of the Advance & Earn program is to provide opportunity youth at any skill level—from fourth-grade reading through possession of an HSE or high school diploma or even some college credits—with the tools needed to gain skills as they move along a continuum of services. The final goal for each participant is attainment of employment in a job with career opportunities or enrollment in post-secondary education or advanced training.
We encourage those interested in this program to please comment at CP@dycd.nyc.gov by January 14, 2019. Please enter “Advance & Earn” in the subject line. Comments received will assist with developing a request for proposals, which will be released through the HHS Accelerator system.
Learn more about the Advance & Earn program and download Concept Paper
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