Posted on August 9, 2019
To support the new Site Manager who serves as the relationship manager between Year Up New York and the Borough of Manhattan Community College (“BMCC”) campus, coordinating the delivery of their one-year workforce development and college access program for underserved young adults in NYC. The program involves: 6 months of classroom-based instruction by BMCC professors enabling the development of marketable skills in a high-growth career field, and professional soft skills training from Year Up staff; followed by a 6-month professional internship with one of Year Up’s corporate partners. Students are eligible to earn bi-weekly stipends and up to 31 college credits at BMCC for the successful completion of their studies. Year Up New York provides a high level of wraparound support to their students during and after their training. Year Up’s intensive, one-year workforce development program is structured to provide academic and experiential learning to young adults so as to prepare them for the rigors of the modern workplace.