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Program to expose you to music careers

Sound Thinking NYC by NYC Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment (MOME)

Participate in events during the school year, a summer internship, and take free college credit courses at CUNY. For BIPOC Black, Indigenous, Hispanic/Latino, and people of color, Immigrant, Justice-impacted individual, LGBTQ+ Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and more, Low-income, NYCHA resident, Person with a disability, Public assistance recipient, Woman, Youth in foster care.

  • Services Provided Internships and Fellowships
  • Duration and Length Year-round
Learn more about Sound Thinking NYC

Exposure to tech for CUNY students

Break Through Tech at CUNY by City University of New York (CUNY)

Gain tech skills in Machine Learning and AI and connect to internship opportunities For BIPOC Black, Indigenous, Hispanic/Latino, and people of color, CUNY student, LGBTQ+ Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and more, Low-income, Woman.

  • Services Provided Apprenticeships and skills training, Career services, Internships and Fellowships
  • Duration and Length 1-3 weeks
Learn more about Break Through Tech at CUNY

Start your career as a designer

Creative Apprenticeship Program by Youth Design Center

Join a free technology and design training course for creative 14 to 24 year old youth. For BIPOC Black, Indigenous, Hispanic/Latino, and people of color, CUNY student, Immigrant, LGBTQ+ Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and more, Low-income, NYCHA resident, Out-of-school youth, Woman, Youth in foster care.

  • Services Provided Apprenticeships and skills training, Career services, Internships and Fellowships
  • Duration and Length Afternoons and evenings
Learn more about Creative Apprenticeship Program

Construction training to prepare you for a union apprenticeship

Construction Pre-Apprenticeship by NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS)

Hands-on training in construction trades like carpentry and electrical. For BIPOC Black, Indigenous, Hispanic/Latino, and people of color, Immigrant, Justice-impacted individual, LGBTQ+ Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and more, Low-income, NYCHA resident, Public assistance recipient, Woman.

  • Services Provided Apprenticeships and skills training
Learn more about Construction Pre-Apprenticeship

Training in advanced manufacturing

ApprenticeNYC: Advanced Manufacturing Program by NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS)

Trains people with little or no prior knowledge of Advanced Manufacturing to become capable, qualified craftsperson(s). For Immigrant, Justice-impacted individual, LGBTQ+ Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and more, Low-income, Public assistance recipient, Woman.

  • Services Provided Apprenticeships and skills training
  • Duration and Length Year-long
Learn more about ApprenticeNYC: Advanced Manufacturing Program

Alternative certification to become a teacher

NYC Teaching Fellows by NYC Public Schools (Department of Education DOE)

Now enrolling.

Intensive training followed by teaching in a NYC public school while working towards a subsidized masters degree. For BIPOC Black, Indigenous, Hispanic/Latino, and people of color, CUNY student, Immigrant, Justice-impacted individual, LGBTQ+ Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and more, Low-income, NYCHA resident, Person with a disability, Public assistance recipient, Veteran, Woman.

  • Services Provided Apprenticeships and skills training, College enrollment, prep, and completion, Internships and Fellowships
  • Duration and Length 7 week summer training, then full time teaching
Learn more about NYC Teaching Fellows

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