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    CareerReady NYC is a long-term policy framework developed in partnership between City government, employers, educational institutions, and nonprofit organizations to support young New Yorkers with the educational foundation, work experiences, and essential skills needed to achieve career success and economic security.
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    In January 2021, the Task Force released its initial report, titled Connecting Our Future. It includes demographic analysis of the OSOW population, a look at the portfolio of programs both to prevent disconnection and to re-engage those already OSOW, and recommendations to provide short-term assistance for current OSOW young adults and long-term, system-level improvements to reduce their number over time.
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    MOYE is proud to release Work It, NYC: A Guide to LGBTQI+ Workplace Inclusivity. This manual was created because many LGBTQI+ people face distinct barriers to meaningful employment opportunity, and therefore, workforce practitioners should be prepared with relevant knowledge to help LGBTQI+ participants succeed in the job market.
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The Mayor's Office of Youth Employment is committed to dramatically expanding and improving opportunities for young adults in New York City to gain work experiences, add skills, and explore potential career interests to compete in the 21st century job market.