The Mayor's Office of Youth Employment works in partnership with the Department of Education, Department of Youth and Community Development, and City University of New York to support a range of programs that align to the vision of CareerReady NYC. To learn more about these and other programs, please visit the links below or contact us for additional information.
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Advanced Manufacturing Career Collective (AMCC)
The City University of New York (CUNY) Advanced Manufacturing Career Collective (AMCC) will create a pipeline of skilled, diverse talent into advanced manufacturing careers through educational and work-based learning experiences.
This effort will engage and train an estimated 400 students in year one, scaling up to support over 1,000 New Yorkers annually. AMCC will also strengthen the overall ecosystem of MWBEs focused on advanced manufacturing. This collaboration is with MOYE, CUNY and the Small Business Services' (SBS) Manufacturing Industrial and Innovation Council (MaiiC).
Civil Service Pathways (CSP)
Civil Service Pathways (CSP) is a fellowship for recent CUNY graduates in partnership with the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), and the Mayor's Office of Youth Employment (MOYE). This initiative helps connect graduates with rewarding careers in City government.
The fellowships are full-time and offer competitive pay and benefits. Fellows receive professional development opportunities, specialized training based on their career track, and have an opportunity to network with other professionals in City government.
Three high-demand career tracks are covered by the fellowship: policy and program analysis, data and digital services, and procurement and finance. This collaboration is with CUNY and DCAS and is projected to place 50 fellows per year.
CUNY Recovery Corps
CUNY Recovery Corps is a special Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) for CUNY students to help the city reinvigorate its economy in the aftermath of the pandemic downturn. Through CUNY Recovery Corps, students worked on initiatives supporting our city's small businesses, public health organizations, community-based nonprofits, government agencies and schools. The program launched in Summer 2021 and served 4,100 students in partnership with CUNY, the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) and the Mayor's Office of Youth Employment (MOYE) and prioritized enrolling students most impacted by COVID-19.