Our TA providers
To assist DYCD funded nonprofits in delivering high quality services, DYCD contracts with technical assistance providers who serve as management consultants and have expertise in the full spectrum of nonprofit organizational operations. The following is a list of the technical assistance providers that DYCD contracts with. Each technical assistance provider has various organizational development areas that they specialize in and their own unique approach. Staff in the DYCD
capacity building unit will work hard to ensure that the DYCD contracting
organization is matched with the technical assistance provider that best meets
CRE- For nearly 30 years, Community Resource Exchange (CRE) has worked towards a more just, equitable and livable city for ALL New Yorkers. CRE provides strategic advice and technical services every year to over 350 community-based organizations. CRE provides its clients with the information, skills and leadership training to make New York City stronger- one community group at a time.
Mental Health Association of NY- Founded in 1964, the MHA of NYC is one of the leading advocacy and services organizations serving the New York metropolitan area. The MHA of NYC fights to shape the policies that benefit those who suffer with mental illness, promotes early detection of mental illness and facilitates access to treatment, and pioneers direct service programs to help individuals and their families lead rich and rewarding lives.
The Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island- JCCGCI builds and strengthens the capacity of nonprofit
organizations that serve New York City’s diverse communities through
customized management consultations, training and access to information and
resources. JCCGCI will provide a
wide range of customized management technical assistance to the organizations
in DYCD’s discretionary unit portfolio.
Fund for the City of New York-As a program of the Fund for the City of New York, Workforce Professionals Training Institute is the first non-profit training and technical assistance intermediary organization in New York City with an exclusive mission to build the capacity of other workforce development organizations, including non-profits, public sector and proprietary institutions.
Ramapo- Founded in 1922, Ramapo for Children is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit organization serving children with special needs. Ramapo’s mission is to serve children with a wide range of emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities in a dynamic and stimulating outdoor environment, providing educational and recreational experiences that promote social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth. In addition, Ramapo Training provides professional development training, program support and ‘coaching’ for educators and youth service workers serving children with disabilities.
TATC Consulting- Founded in 1969, TATC Consulting provides management consulting services to help government agencies and private sector corporations accomplish their goals. TATC analyzes business and operational issues, identify problem areas, and partner with our clients to implement effective solutions. TATC currently provides intensive coaching to the DYCD Young Adult Internship Program.
Partnership for After School Education- The Partnership for After School Education (PASE) is a child-focused organization that promotes and supports quality after school programs, particularly those serving young people from underserved communities. PACE specializes in providing training to frontline youth workforce professionals.
TASC- The After-School Corporation works in New York City, New York State and nationally to enhance the quality, availability and sustainability of comprehensive, daily after-school programs. The first nonprofit organization in the nation to set about building a citywide K-12 after-school system, TASC funds, monitors, evaluates and supports after-school programs in New York City public schools. TASC specifically provides training and
onsite support to DYCD’s Teen Action program, a service learning
Development for Staff