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Free programs to help immigrants find work in New York


Alina Prikhodko

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Acquiring vocational skills helps immigrants settle in the United States. When you're in a foreign country and desperately trying to get your life back on track, it's important to have information about job and training opportunities. Documented New York has compiled free programs to help immigrants find work in New York.

For many of them, acquiring the professional skills that will allow them to settle in the United States is a top priority. New York City and New York State provide services and resources to help New Yorkers, including immigrants, improve their skills and find work.

New York City Department of Small Business Services (Department of Small Business Services – SBS) offers a range of services such as job posting, training and career development in New York.

Workforce1 Job Center

The center offers free online and offline services including job postings, recruiting events and job search resources, resume and interview workshops, and job training.

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If you want to access the above services, you must meet three requirements: be a New York resident, be at least 18 years of age, and be authorized to legally work in the United States. You can make an appointment by filling out online form or look at map, where the nearest Workforce1 Job Center is located.

Access Training

Studying will provide you with the education and experience you need to get a job or advance your career. The program uses industry research to develop training programs to ensure the skills you learn meet employer requirements. The program offers training programs for in-demand careers in healthcare, construction and data analytics at locations throughout the city.

To take part in a training program or apply for individual training grant (ITG), you must meet the following requirements: be over 18 years of age, reside in New York, be legally eligible to work in the United States, and meet all Federal Election Service requirements. If you are currently working, your annual income must not exceed $63. Some programs may have additional requirements.

Career Discovery NYC

This program will help you learn about specific industries and the skills needed to obtain jobs in those industries. If you are interested in one of these careers, you can take free online training through this program.

New York State Vocational Program for Highly Skilled Immigrants

This program is funded by New York State and expands job search services to highly skilled immigrants. It provides free job training and job placement to help new immigrants find jobs that match their skills and experience.

Services include:

  • career coaching for new immigrants;
  • industry-specific training, such as preparation for technical or vocational training or relicensing;
  • support in finding a job, at the same time, coaches can help in other ways cases, including the diploma assessment process.

To receive these services, you must meet the following requirements: have been in the United States for ten years or less, have intermediate or advanced English language skills, be a New York State resident, have a work permit, visa, or status from this list.

In addition, immigrants can get help finding work from the Office for New Americans. The organization's job coach is located in New York City at Upwardly Global, 505 8th Ave., Suite 1100, New York, NY 10018. You can also call their hotline at 800-566-7636, open at 9:00 a.m. 20 to 00:XNUMX from Monday to Friday.

Employment Resources for Undocumented Immigrants

Many free employment courses in New York require participants to be authorized to legally work in the United States. However in March New York announced Creating the Office of Asylum Seeker Services (OASO) to help migrants arriving in New York quickly settle in and find resources for employment, training, and more.

Under the plan, the city will partner with SUNY Sullivan on a pilot program to provide job training and housing for undocumented immigrants awaiting work authorization. The program will provide housing at the school for 100 asylum seekers who will be able to receive job training in the process of obtaining a federal work permit.

Organization Make the Road New York offers food worker certification and health care training programs for members and non-members. Programs include the 17-week Bridge to Health Careers course. Health care worker training courses are offered twice a year, and food handler certification courses are offered in Brooklyn and Queens. Click herefor more information and to complete the online application.

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