Mayor de Blasio Appoints New Members to Mayor's Fund Board of Advisors
May 18, 2018
Today, Mayor de Blasio announced 19 new appointments to the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City Board of Advisors. These new members bring with them skills and knowledge from philanthropy, finance, design, technology, hospitality and other industries key to the City’s ongoing growth and success.
Supporting the programs that prepare next generation for success
Real Estate Weekly - April 25, 2018
The Real Estate Board of New York has always made cultivating young talent a top priority, and that is why they are proud to stand with two initiatives launched by the City and supported by the Mayor's Fund and the NYC Center for Youth Employment: Ladders for Leaders and the New York City Career and Technical Education's Industry Scholars Program.
DYCD Launches School-Based Initiative as Part of the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP)
April 17, 2018
New York City Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) Commissioner Bill Chong today announced that for the first time in the 55-year history of the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP), DYCD is working closely with DOE schools to coordinate students’ work life with what they are learning in the classroom.
Mayor de Blasio And The Office Of Strategic Partnerships Announce Over $400 Million Raised In Public-private Partnerships During First Term To Address Inequality
April 03, 2018
The Office will work to deepen impact of current initiatives and expand areas of focus to criminal justice reform, supporting out-of-school out-of-work youth, and improving community wellbeing and safety.
Internships reward employers and students, but too many miss out
CRAIN'S - April 03, 2018
All too often students—especially from lower-income households—struggle to take advantage of internship opportunities. The good news is that New York City is working hard with local businesses to address the challenge of youth employment and internship access.
NYC Says It Raised $400 Million to Combat Inequality During de Blasio's First Term
Observer - April 03, 2018
The Office of Strategic Partnerships, created when Mayor de Blasio first came into office, oversaw $400 million raised across the city-affiliated nonprofits it manages. Uniting the business, philanthropic, government, and nonprofit sector, the Office of Strategic Partnerships is leading an all hands on deck approach to fighting inequality through public-private partnerships.
De Blasio Administration Calls on Local Employers to Hire NYC Interns This Summer Through Pro-Bono Advertising Campaign
March 16, 2018
NYC launches expanded citywide advertising campaign to put young adults on path towards career success and build a pipeline of talent for New York City employers.
First Lady Chirlane Mccray, Deputy Mayor Herminia Palacio Announce Deployment of Mental Health Experts to Puerto Rico
March 13, 2018
First Lady Chirlane McCray and Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Dr. Herminia Palacio today announced the deployment of a 12-person team of mental and behavioral health experts from the New York City Health Department to train school staff across Puerto Rico in psychological first aid for students who have experienced trauma and emotional challenges in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Luna Park's 2018 opening day is free (with small donation) for the first time ever
March 09, 2018
The Mayor's Fund and Coney Island's Luna Park partnered to offer $5 donation-based admission to the park's opening day on March 24th to benefit Girl Scout Troop 6000. 90% of the proceeds will go towards supporting Troop 6000, the city's only shelter based Girl Scout Troop.
How public-private partnerships can empower New Yorkers with disabilities
CRAIN'S - February 16, 2018
EmpoweredNYC, a partnership of the City, Citi Community Development, and National Disabilities Institute, demonstrates why public-private partnerships are a strong conduit for addressing inequity.
Who's Behind a New Public-Private Partnership to Pull People With Disabilities Out of Poverty?
Inside Philanthropy - February 07, 2018
Philanthropic funding for people with disabilities is often focused on basic needs and setting adults up with accessible and worthwhile jobs. But in New York, there’s an effort kicking off that goes a bit further to bring disabled people into the local economy and help them to overcome poverty.
De Blasio Administration Joins Citi Community Development and the National Disability Institute to Launch Initiative Aimed at Strengthening the Financial Health of People with Disabilities
January 29, 2018
The de Blasio Administration, Citi Community Development and the National Disability Institute announced today a $2 million national initiative to develop new tools and resources to expand financial empowerment and economic inclusion of people living with disabilities and their families. The announcement includes the launch of Empowered NYC, which will invest $1 million in strengthening the financial health of people with disabilities across the five boroughs.
CareerLift, a $1.5 million city initiative, will prepare young adults for workplace, advancement
AM NY - January 16, 2018
The CareerLift initiative will rely on navigators to confidentially advise new employees in the food and office service industries. The initiative will help young adults with limited education and work experience acclimate to entry-level jobs and identify opportunities to advance their careers.
Mayor de Blasio and the Rockefeller Foundation Launch "CareerLift"
January 16, 2018
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Senior Advisor and Director of the Office of Strategic Partnerships Gabrielle Fialkoff announced a $1.5 million new initiative, "CareerLift," driven by the NYC Center for Youth Employment. Spearheaded by an $850,000 grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, the pilot aims to grow opportunities for vulnerable young adults to help them stay employed and advance their careers.