Statement from uptown council member Ydanis Rodriguez, “This year has presented us with challenges beyond anything we could have ever imagined.
The application period for Ladders for Leaders is open through January 24 2020.
Mayor de Blasio, Deputy Mayor for Strategic Policy Initiatives Phil Thompson, Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza, City University of New York Chancellor Félix Matos Rodríguez.
WHDC is very happy to announce that we will bring Arise! Summer Youth Education & Employment Program (SYEEP) to our community again this summer.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced that the registration period for this year’s Summer in the City (SITC) – which provides free, full-day summer programming for students in grades 2-12 – is now open.
Celebrating two years of progress, the Center for Youth Employment (CYE), a public-private partnership between the de Blasio administration and local private sector leaders, tripled the number of summer jobs for New York City’s most vulnerable youth—New Yorkers ages 14 to 24 who are or have been involved in the shelter, justice or foster care…
Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito today released the Youth Employment Task Force Report, which provides recommendations to enhance youth workforce programming and services to the City’s most vulnerable youth.
For weeks in the summer heat, young artists from Creative Art Works were busy planning and painting a new mural outside City Council member Mark Levine’s Harlem district office.
WHDC has two great opportunities for children, teens and young adults this summer. We are conducting a lottery for two free weeks of summer camp at Columbia University (ages 6 to 12), and we are funding 200 Summer Youth Employment positions for West Harlem youth (ages 14 to 24).
WHDC has two great opportunities for children, teens and young adults this summer.
The Man Behind the Scenes From an intern in high school where he first worked at Harlem Week to managing and directing Harlem’s largest event today.