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March 16th represented the one-year anniversary of Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow’s (OBT) Bushwick Workforce Resource Center (BWRC), located at 280 Wyckoff Avenue in Brooklyn. Since the doors opened, over 1,600 people have come in for assistance. More>
OBT Presentation at KeySpan Park home of the Brooklyn Cyclones. Friday, August 14, 2009. More>
On Tuesday, November 18th, from 6pm to 8pm at Battery Gardens in Manhattan, OBT, New York City’s leading provider of job training and education services to disconnected youth, honored employers who have hired its young adult trainees over the years. Five employers received special awards in the following categories: Internship Site of the... More>
Service Learning gives to young adults the opportunity to give back to their communities, while simultaneously building their resumes, gaining work experience, and helping to meet career goals. Service Learning helps young adults to recognize the value of volunteerism, and demonstrates that helping other can be fun as well. More>
OBT's successful 2007 ESOL graduation ceremony and certificate recipients. More>
On December 20, 2007 OBT held their second Debate Day at the Brooklyn Marriott. Trainees from OBT Bushwick and OBT Sunset Park faced-off a friendly debate, where they put to best practice the skills learned from Public Speaking and Communications class. More>
On November 15th Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (OBT), one of New York City’s leading employment and training organizations, launched its new interactive website. The new site sets the bar for job training organizations by using “virtual interviews” to market disconnected young adults who have recently completed OBT’s... More>
On June, 20 2007 OBT held their first annual Debate Day at the Brooklyn Marriott. Trainees from OBT Bushwick and OBT Sunset Park faced-off a friendly debate, where they put to best practice the skills learned from Public Speaking and Communications class. More>
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