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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.
CUNY part-time students
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    The Mayor's Office for Economic Opportunity will provide $3.9 million over five years to implement new programs at Bronx Community College and LaGuardia Community College to support college completion for part-time students.

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.

2018 NYC Poverty Measure
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    This year's report finds that both the poverty rate and the near-poverty rate (the percentage living below 150% of New York City’s poverty threshold) have decreased since last year’s report. Read the report
Guide to Collaborative Communication with Human Services Providers
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    The Guide to Collaborative Communication with Human Services Providers is a new resource to help City agencies collaborate with human services providers on program and service design while conforming with New York City procurement rules.

The Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity helps the City use evidence and innovation to reduce poverty and increase equity.

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