NYC: ATWORK is business driven and person-centered, connecting hundreds of qualified New Yorkers with disabilities to internships, jobs, and careers. We support diversity hiring by connecting pre-screened, qualified candidates to opportunities in the public and private sectors.
If your business has hiring needs and would like to receive referrals from our pool of qualified candidates, you may either post your position on our Job Board using our Job Submission Form or contact our team directly using our NYC: ATWORK Contact Form.
See below to learn more about how NYC: ATWORK can support your business’ hiring needs.
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Learn about our Business Development Council
NYC: ATWORK’s Champions of Change Business Development Council (BDC), comprised of over 100 businesses, collaborates with us on diversity hiring, shares best practices, and helps us shape the future workforce.
To join our Business Development Council, please fill out our Contact Form and our Business Engagement team will be in touch.
Request a Targeted Recruitment to help fill your vacancies
The NYC: ATWORK team recruits, screens, and prepares candidates for targeted recruitment events to meet large-scale hiring needs of City agencies, non-profits, and employers from our Business Development Council. To learn more about how we can help your company fill multiple positions, connect with us through our NYC: ATWORK Contact Form
Interested in hosting interns?
In partnership with New York State’s Vocational Rehabilitation Agency, ACCES-VR, NYC: ATWORK works to connect students and adults with disabilities with internship opportunities in the public and private sector.
To learn more about hosting internships at your company, please fill out our NYC: ATWORK Contact Form.
Request a Disability Etiquette and Awareness Training for your staff
The Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities' Disability Etiquette and Awareness Training provides an extensive overview of people with all kinds of disabilities. The training covers legal definitions, statistics and reasonable accommodations for the home and workplace. It also goes over general information on each disability type and how to assist individuals in a one-on-one basis.
Since 2019, MOPD has provided Disability Etiquette and Awareness trainings in person and virtually to over 120 businesses and agencies, reaching over 3,000 hiring managers and HR specialists, resulting in numerous hires and internship opportunities for NYC: ATWORK participants.
To request a training for your staff, fill out our NYC: ATWORK Contact Form.