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    The new program, WE Fund Credit, will provide New York City women-owned businesses with lines of credit up to $100,000 at favorable interest rates, including those businesses with limited credit history, and a path to improve their credit scores.
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Services for Veterans
    We're committed to connecting New York City veterans to stable, meaningful employment. If you have served at least one day in the active military, naval, or air service, including the Reserves and National Guard, you and your spouse are eligible for priority of service at all of our Workforce1 Career Centers.
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    Make sure to check the National Grid Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to see how the boroughs are being impacted by natural gas supply constraints.
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    SBS Commissioner Gregg Bishop launched First Course NYC today, a culinary apprenticeship to train New Yorkers and connect them to quality entry-level line cook jobs in leading New York City restaurants. The 14-week program provides culinary knowledge, technical skills, on-the-job training, and valuable industry exposure.
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    Deputy Mayor J. Phillip Thompson, SBS Commissioner Gregg Bishop, and other leaders joined with hundreds of Black entrepreneurs at the famed Apollo Theater to kick off Black Entrepreneurs NYC (BE NYC) – a first-of-its-kind model in a major American city to help create equity of opportunity by empowering Black entrepreneurs.

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