116 W 32nd St 5th Fl 10001
All individuals with disabilities can benefit from vocational rehabilitation services and should have opportunities to work in jobs integrated within their communities. Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors guide individuals through service programs they need to reach their employment goals.
Audre Lorde Project
147 W 24th St 3rd Fl 10011-1911
The 3rd Space Support program seeks to work with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two-Spirit, Trans and Gender Non-Conforming People of Color who struggle with issues around employment, education, health care and immigration status. It is a place to give and receive sustainable support where creation, invention and innovation will be practiced.
16 E 52nd St 15th Fl 10022
Offers an innovative approach to workforce preparation for disadvantaged female and femme-identified people transitioning from unemployment and public assistance to work. Services include interview prep, resume review and clothing access.
“Thrive At Work” Program
2 Washington St 9th Fl 10004
Trainings are free, have flexible schedules and are tailored to meet the varied backgrounds of applicants. People with mental health conditions who also have co-experiences such as a history of incarceration, substance use, homelessness, military service, identify as LGBT and/or identify with a racially or ethnically marginalized group, are strongly encouraged to apply. To apply, you must have a mental health diagnosis, earned a High School diploma (or GED/TASC) and be a resident of New York City.
Dress for Success
32 E 31st St 6th Fl 10016
Empowers women, female and femme-identified people to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. All sites provide both suiting and employment retention services.
Moving Ahead Toward Career Horizons (MATCH) Program
446 W 33rd St 10001
Offers comprehensive vocational assessment, training, job placement assistance and retention services to ensure successful transition to work.
New York City Anti Violence Project
24hr hotline: (212) 714.1141
Economic Empowerment Program
116 Nassau St 10038
Supports clients with free and confidential financial and workforce development services, including financial counseling ( budgeting, resolving debt, building credit and tax support) and job readiness services (resume and cover letter building, mock interview and career planning).
Nontraditional Employment for Women
243 W 20th St 10011
Prepares, trains and places women in careers in the skilled construction, utility and maintenance trades, helping women achieve economic independence and a secure future.
Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation
45 Wadsworth Ave 10033
Prepares women for nontraditional careers in the construction, utilities, maintenance, green and transportation industries. Programs include a mix of hands-on shop skills, classroom instruction, physical fitness assessment, job development and placement services, social service referrals and case management.
62 Chelsea Piers #316 10011
From regular happy hours to fundraising events benefiting not-for-profit organizations and career development, OPEN Finance’s networking opportunities strengthen the LGBT financial services community.
200 Varick St 9th Fl 10014
Offers job placement, training, case management and housing services to men and women struggling with homelessness, addiction, mental illness and other chronic health issues that need comprehensive services to achieve their goals for independent living.
275 7th Ave Ste 1703 10001
Engages workers, employers and consumers to improve wages and working conditions in the restaurant industry. Job training and placement, leadership development and civic engagement, legal support and policy advocacy. LGBTQ inclusive.
Translatinx Network TGNC Leadership Space
137 W 19th St 2nd Fl 10011
Teaches, refines and uplifts us as members within the TGNC community. The curriculum entails lectures, discussions, group work and outreach programs. This is a great opportunity to develop your skills and gender and community philosophies, and make a difference in your life and those of others! Participants will need to complete a CDC- HIV Testing Training to obtain their certificate. This training will teach them how to conduct a proper HIV Test and learn more about HIV and AIDS.
505 8th Ave Ste 1601 10018
Seeks to eliminate employment barriers for skilled immigrants and refugees, and integrate them into the professional US workforce.
Job Training Program
57 Willoughby St 2nd Fl Brooklyn 11201
Provides real-world training for real life jobs within a community that fosters healing and support. Housing Works Community Healthcare guarantees full-time employment and living wages for all graduates so that stable pay and sustained health are always in sight. Offers TGNC-specific job training program.
Opportunities for A Better Tomorrow
280 Wyckoff Ave Brooklyn 11237
Helps disadvantaged youth and adults recognize their own self-worth, and advance towards self-sufficiency and financial security through job training, academic reinforcement, improved life skills, job placement, ESL, computer training and support services.
452 E 149th St 3rd Fl Bronx 10455
Offers Employment support programs for LGBT, TGNC community members, through resume building, a financial literacy program in collaboration with TD Bank, a four-week job readiness program and interview transportation assistance. For qualified participants.
The Osborne Association
809 Westchester Ave Bronx 10455
Staff work at every point of the continuum, from arrest and pre-entry, through jail and prison, to reentry, including children and families affected by crime and the criminal justice system. Offers job readiness & employment services in the community.
37-43 77th St 2nd Fl Queens 11372
Offers career readiness services, case management services and advocacy services for predominantly South Asian community members, but open to all community members.
Service provided by the NYC Department of Small Business Services that prepares and connects qualified candidates to job opportunities. Make strong matches for both candidates and employers by using a unique combination of recruitment expertise, industry knowledge and skill-building workshops to strengthen candidate’s employment prospects.
Lesbians Who Tech
Aims to connect lesbians and queer women to build a network of colleagues, associates and friends in the tech industry.
Out in Tech
Empowers aspiring tech leaders to improve our world by showcasing accomplished speakers, producing timely and thought-provoking events and connecting our members to new opportunities and each other. Provides resources and mentorship to ensure career access for LGBTQ youth and provide web services for LGBTQ activists around the world.
Hosts various events monthly, from mixers to celebrity interviews, film screenings and professional panels to career workshops. Paid Membership required.
Supports economic empowerment by offering unique programs and resources that accelerate success, instill pride and bring recognition for LGBTQ entrepreneurs across the U.S. and beyond. Free and premium memberships available.