Governor Cuomo Announces $3.6 Million in Job Training Funding Career Pathways Program Prepares Workers for High-Demand Job Sectors Albany, NY (July 15, 2014) Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $3.6 million to support education and job-training programs that help low-income workers fin... More>
MOTT HAVEN — The YMCA plans to expand a program meant to help city youths earn education and job credentials into the Bronx this fall — the organization's second outpost since the initiative started in Queens last year. The program, called Y Roads, is a collaboration between the YMCA ... More>
By: Paula Katinas, Brooklyn Daily Eagle Deputy Borough President Diana Reyna, Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow CEO Randy Peers, Fox 5 News reporter Kerry Drew, and Investors Bank COO and Senior Executive VP Domenick Cama (left to right) all enjoyed the awards dinner.|Photo by Chasi Annexy| ... More>
The New York State Education Department announced in March 2013 that it was awarding CTB McGraw the contract to implement the state’s new high school equivalency exam called the Test for Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC). The new TASC exam that was to be administered starting January 2014,... More>
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