DYCD Launches discoverDYCD

DiscoverDYCD

Looking for an afterschool program in your neighborhood? Need information on literacy services or the nearest community center? The new discoverDYCD allows users to search for DYCD-funded providers by program type, borough, neighborhood or zip code, and provides contact information, lists of activities offered, and a mapping feature with navigation. Categories of services include COMPASS afterschool, Family Support, Immigrant Services, Jobs & Internships, Reading & Writing, Runaway & Homeless Youth, and Summer Programs. Advanced search features also allow users to narrow results through keywords.

We hope you find discoverDYCD useful as you take advantage of the diverse resources and opportunities that New York City has to offer.


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RFP Awards

Cornerstone Program RFP Awards 
IDYCD is pleased to announce the Cornerstone Program  RFP Awardees for Organizations Determined Eligible.
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RFP Awards

OSY Workforce Program RFP Awards 
IDYCD is pleased to announce the Out of School Youth Workforce Program  RFP Awardees for Organizations Determined Eligible.
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SYEP

LOOKING FOR A $UMMER JOB?
The New York City Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is open to all NYC residents between the ages of 14-24. The deadline to submit applications is extended to 4/29/2016.
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Download Summer Youth Employment Program 2016 FAQs
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SYEP

INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN SYEP WORKSITE?
If you would like to host SYEP participant(s) in summer 2016, please complete our worksite application.
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ICC Report

THE 2015 ICC ANNUAL REPORT  
The New York City Interagency Coordinating Council (ICC) on Youth Annual Report for 2015 reflects member activities throughout the past year.  Partnerships among member agencies are highlighted and the ICC’s commitment to working together to benefit youth and their families is featured.  In addition, the report focuses on community interaction between city-based agencies and the youth they serve.  The ICC will continue to collaborate with its members, community providers and those interested in youth issues to enhance further services..
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Ladders For Leaders

2015 Ladders for Leaders Annual Report  
Ladders for Leaders, a nationally recognized professional internship program serving outstanding high school and college students, saw a strong growth in 2015: the program more than doubled from 475 participants in 2014 to 1,035 this year. Through first-time partnerships with companies like AOL, Pandora, and Medidata, the program has created 203 positions for students in New York City’s growing tech industry, up from just 44 slots last year.
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DYCD news

Neighborhood Development Area Negotiations 
In accordance with Section 3-04(a) of the Procurement Policy Board Rules, the Department of Youth and Community Development’s (DYCD) intends to enter into negotiations with the following contractors to provide Neighborhood Development Services as indicated here.

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Afterschool Pathfinder
Pathfinder is a free user-friendly website that brings together jobs & Professional Development opportunities for youth workers in NYC.   
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FY 2016 Budget Forms Are Availablel
The FY 2016 forms are now available online. CBO providers must ensure that all budgets and budget modifications submitted by their agency are in compliance with New York City and DYCD rules and regulations. 
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Get Your IDNYC Today!    
IDNYC is the new, free identification card for all New York City residents, which gives all of us the opportunity to show who we are — New Yorkers. As a government-issued photo identification card, IDNYC secures the peace of mind and access to City services that come from having recognized identification.
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FY 2016 Discretionary Contracts    
DYCD and other City agencies administer Discretionary contract funds. Discretionary funds are funds that non-profit, community-based social service providers use to meet the needs of local communities. The funds are allocated by the Members of the New York City Council.
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transportation Transportation Program
Is youth organization making a trip? The Complimentary Subway Transportation Program can help.
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ImAGirl

NYC Girls Project
NYC New York City becomes the first major city in the nation to launch a girls' body image and self-esteem campaign.
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ACCESS ACCESS NYC - Benefit Information
Screen your family for over 30 City, State and Federal health and human service benefit programs. In addition to screening, you can learn about the programs, how to apply, where to go, and even print filled in applications.
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Locate City Services using NYCityMap
Use NYCityMap to find information on neighborhood information and City life.
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