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Economic Profile of Immigrants
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    This new report examines labor force participation, earnings, poverty rates, and other economic measures for immigrants, broken down by categories of immigrant, including U.S. born citizens, naturalized citizens, and undocumented immigrants.
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AIM Evaluation
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    New research from NYC Opportunity and The Urban Institute shows Advocate Intervene Mentor (AIM) program helps justice-involved youth avoid incarceration and access valued support and guidance from credible messenger mentors

Social Indicators Report
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    The Social Indicators Report Update looks at new data and changes in social conditions that have occurred between the release of the last report through December 2017.
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    The Arches Transformative Mentoring program is named as a finalist in Harvard’s Innovations in American Government Awards Competition. Read the press release.
Prevention to Pathways

    The Administration for Children’s Services, winner of this first-ever citywide competition, will have the unique opportunity to work with the City’s Service Design Studio on a year-long endeavor that focuses on community input when offering prevention services to families in need. Read the Press Release.

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