AHRC NYC can help you be ready.
AHRC New York City has a long-standing tradition of supporting people with disabilities as they prepare for employment. We provide a variety of programs across New York City that harness each person’s existing talents and skills, and teach new skills to empower them to be successful in the workplace.
School to Work Program
In collaboration with the New York City Department of Education, AHRC New York City helps individuals in special education classes to smoothly transition from school into AHRC NYC employment programs.
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Daily Job Readiness
AHRC NYC specializes in preparing individuals for employment by ensuring that the necessary clinical and support linkages are established and maintained.
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Job Connection Center
Our Job Connection Center, (JCC,) is an innovative program that helps prepare people that are dually-diagnosed, (have a mental health diagnosis and developmental disability,) for the demands of employment.
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Employment Training Program
This inclusive opportunity allows people with disabilities to seek and maintain long-term employment in the community through an internship that matches their skills and interests.
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Advance and Earn
Advance & Earn will help further your career through comprehensive High School Equivalency (HSE) test preparation, employer-recognized training, credentials and certifications, and paid internships.
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Train and Earn
Our 14-week training program prepares people for a career in environmental services through classroom training, followed by a 6-week hands-on experience in a professional environment.
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Our 12-week program teaches critical modern computer skills to prepare people for a changing work environment.
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Pathway to Employment
Within the course of one year, we assist in creating career plans that match the skills and interests of each person. By providing work experiences that advance each person’s strengths and skills, we assist people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to create an individualized career plan that will lead to gainful employment.
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We support a person’s transition from school age to adulthood with job skills training through strategically designed internships. Project Search is a one-year, school-to-work high school transition program that takes place entirely at the workplace.
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