460 West 41st Street
New York, NY 10036
Covenant House New York, the first and largest center of the nation's foremost agency serving homeless, runaway and at-risk youth, opens its doors 24 hours a day for teens in need. Each year over 9,000 young adults living on New York streets seek out its Crisis and Community Centers for safety, shelter, food and someone to talk to--and that's just the beginning!
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INTERNATIONAL CENTER IN NEW YORK
English Language, American Life
50 W. 23rd St.
New York, NY 10010
Founded in 1961, The International Center in New York
(ICNY) is a unique community where immigrants, refugees, students and other
newcomers to the United States come to practice English and learn about American
culture. Each year, we provide over 2,300 newcomers, from 85 different
countries, with a wide range of language and cultural programs through our corps
of 1,000 volunteers.
Center is unique because it encourages volunteers to share both their personal
and professional skills in a variety of ways. In January 2005, Time Out New York
selected our organization as one of the 65 best places to volunteer in
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A resource for immigrant professionals and employers
401 Broadway (near Canal Street)
New York, NY 10013
Highly qualified immigrant professionals want to rebuild their careers here in the U.S., but they're not familiar with the American way to job search.
Employers want to increase their competitive advantage by hiring a more diverse workforce, but they're not sure how to navigate the immigrant talent pool.
Enter Upwardly Global. We are a nonprofit organization that helps highly-skilled immigrants, refugees and asylees reclaim their careers here in the United States and helps American employers discover and understand this hidden talent pool.
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