Agencies & Apprenticeships

Job Agencies


New York Career Services

New York Career Services provides acts as a ‘job bank’ seeking to match employers with those in need of work.

Telephone: (888) 4-NYSDOL (888-469-7365)

Website: http://www.labor.ny.gov/careerservices/CareerServicesIndex.shtm

HireNYC

Through HireNYC, Mayor Bill de Blasio is delivering on his commitment to leverage the City’s purchasing power and investments in construction and real estate to create jobs and training opportunities for New Yorkers. HireNYC will provide free, high-quality recruitment services to vendors and businesses filling open positions through City contracts and development projects, and also help New Yorkers better access these jobs. Through this public/private partnership, the city’s workforce will have access to thousands of potential job opportunities through the City’s HireNYC pipeline. 

website: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/careerpathways/strategy/hireNYC.page

Workforce1 by the NYC Department of Small Business Services

Workforce1 not only provides job listings, they also provide services to better prepare individuals for the job that is right for them.

Upper Manhattan Workforce1 Career Center

Website: http://www.nyc.gov/html/sbs/wf1/html/home/home.shtml

Email: umworkforce1@edsolutions.com

 

Tiny Treasures NYC Nanny Agency

Location:  175 Varick St, New York, NY 10014

Phone: 646-290-5566

Website: tinytreasuresnyc.com

 

Bernard Nickels & Associates

Bernard Nickels & Associates is an employment agency with headquarters in New York City, New York and a Chicago office in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. The agency was founded in 2002. This firm offers staffing solutions for information technology, accounting/finance, office support, legal support, human resources, engineering, and creative services. Bernard Nickels & Associates stops at nothing to place great people into great temporary and permanent jobs.

Location: 307 5th Avenue 12th Floor, New York, NY 10016

Phone: (212) 477-8306

Website: http://www.bnastaffing.com/

 

Bilingual Resources

Bilingual Resources is an employment agency that is located in New York City, New York. It is a leading recruiting firm focused on providing high caliber bilingual candidates for multinational corporations. Services include career coaching, online portfolio, translations, and computer training. Bilingual Resources, Inc. has earned its reputation by providing high-quality personnel to international companies located in the New York tri-state area.

Location: 305 Madison Ave 46th Floor: Entrance at 60 East 42nd St, New York, NY, 10165

Phone: (212) 986-4237

Website: http://bilingualresources.com/index.html

 

Media Staffing

Media Staffing is an employment agency that is located in New York City, New York. It is a boutique firm with a business consulting approach to digital media recruiting. Media Staffing specializes in building out teams for VC-backed start-ups in the mobile, video, programmatic, and social media sectors. When looking for top talent, this agency uses a thorough and creative approach to ensure optimal results.

Location: 358 5th Ave #302, New York, NY 10001

Phone: (646) 738-8934

Website: http://www.mediastaffing.com/

 

Miller Klein Group, LLC

Miller Klein Group, LLC is an employment agency located in New York City, New York and aims to provide superior recruitment services to businesses and candidates. This agency specializes in placing candidates in administrative roles throughout all industries. Some of the positions offered include executive assistant, administrative assistant, secretary, personal assistant, receptionist, clerk, and bookkeeper. Miller Klein Group, LLC is dedicated to a relationship-driven approach that successfully matches qualified candidates to appropriate job opportunities.

Location: 575 Fifth Avenue, 14th Floor
               (Entrance on 47th Street)

Phone: (212) 355-3700 

Website: http://mkgsearch.com/

 

Sam & Lori Associates

Sam & Lori Associates is an employment agency that is located in New York City, New York. It is a boutique recruitment firm that specializes in placing talent within the advertising, branding, and digital design industries. The agency's clients represent a variety of independent and global communications companies on both the agency and client side. Some of the companies that Sam & Lori Associates has partnered with through the years include Superfly, SVEDKA, Vodka TBWA\Chiat\Day, The Coca-Cola Company, Venables, Walrus, and more.

Location: 12 E. 49th Street 18th floor, New York, NY 10017

Phone: (646) 486-0303

Website: http://samlori.com/

 

The Laury Group

The Laury Group is a recruitment agency that is located in New York City, New York. This employment agency was established in 1968. The executive search division caters to high-level professionals in a diversity of fields with special emphasis on pharmaceutical, information technology, financial services/private equity, fashion/cosmetics, media/entertainment, and architecture. The Laury Group's outstanding performance comes from hard work, a dedicated team of caring counselors, and adherence to high principles of service to both clients and employees.

Location: 489 Fifth Avenue, 8th floor,  New York, NY 10017

Phone: 212-832-3690

Website: http://laurygroup.com/

Betts Recruiting

Since 2009 Betts has partnered with the biggest names across sectors offering a customized approach to each search. We’ve established a network of genuine relationships that allow us to source the highest-quality talent and execute quickly.

With locations in San Francisco, New York, Austin, Chicago and Los Angeles, we work Nationwide, to help you build your organization, and to guide talent into an exciting career, faster and smarter.

Address: 270 Lafayette St #208, New York, NY 10012
Phone(917) 565-8147

Elite Search Professionals

Address: 35 Journal Square Plaza #815, Jersey City, NJ 07306

Every day at Elite Search Professionals, we help our clients locate and place Impact Players, that 20% of the available workforce who make 80% of the impact on your business. They bring more than skill, they bring energy and passion, and their effort doesn't end just because the day has. As part of MRINetwork™, Elite Search Professionals is affiliated with one of the world's largest recruitment and placement organizations, comprised of more than 3,000 search professionals, across approximately 600 offices in over 40 countries, who specialize in hundreds of industries. Our Accelerated Recruitment™ approach brings together the right combination of scale, expertise, and methodology to match each client's specific needs.

Website: http://www.elitesearchpros.com/about

NYC Bridge Bank

Bridge programs prepare individuals with low educational attainment and limited skills for entry into a higher education level, occupational skills training, or career-track jobs, building the competencies necessary for work and education alongside career and supportive services. Bridge programs contextualize programming to a specific industry sector and have established relationships with partners (occupational training, education, and/or specific sector employment) who inform program design and serve as the primary destination for program participants.*

Bridge programs pair educational instruction and workforce development services using one of two approaches:

Contextualized Instruction: These programs teach academic skills contextualized with sector-specific content. The primary goal for these programs is educational attainment.  Levels of contextualization differ according to participants’ literacy level. The sector focus serves as an engagement technique, and complements career counseling services to support participants in exploring industry sectors.

Integrated Instruction: These programs incorporate basic education into an occupation-specific training. The primary goal for these programs is attainment of an industry-recognized credential, entry into advanced training, or employment. The incorporation of basic education supports individuals whose literacy/numeracy levels preclude them from enrollment in training programs.

website: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/careerpathways/strategy/nyc-bridge-bank.page

Temp Agencies in NYC (Courtesy of Time Out)

(https://www.timeout.com/newyork/things-to-do/top-temp-agencies-in-new-york-city)


Artisan Talent (Creative Industries)

Artisan specializes in placing talent on a performance basis. Job hunters with digital and marketing experience are encouraged to apply, but other creative types (like social media editors, videographers and visual designers) will also have good luck finding hourly work for an indefinite period of time. Twenty-two candidates are placed each month, and you can also request full-time jobs, so it doesn’t hurt to ask if that’s what you’re after. 

Location: 37 West 20th Street, Suite 610

Phone: (212-475-5009)

Website: https://artisantalent.com/

 

WinterWyman (Accounting)

This Massachusetts-based agency recently won a Best of Staffing talent award from the happily employed temp and permanent employees they helped place. And no wonder: They pride themselves on making sure all candidates have the best experience possible. “WinterWyman is committed to treating job seekers with respect and honesty,” says Amy Finn, director of candidate experience and marketing. Past clients include powerful Fortune 500 companies to cutting-edge startups. Check out their blog for more job search tips and insights.

Location: 183 Madison Avenue Suite 1103
                New York, NY 10016

Phone: (888) 529-9300

Website: winterwyman.com

 

Atrium Staffing (Marketing and Advertising)

Atrium interviews 12,000-plus candidates per year and is able to place approximately 65 percent of them, mainly in fashion companies, marketing and advertising firms, pharma/biotech companies, not-for-profits and finance firms. Job lengths tend to vary (along with the heft of the paycheck), with temp wages beginning at $15 an hour, although exec positions obviously earn more. “Over 84 percent of our applicants are referral-based,” says Atrium’s marketing director, Jamie Parks. “We’ve also expanded in the past year and a half. Atrium has grown to include administrative support, creative, IT, science and health-care placements.” Fit the bill? Apply online. 

Location: 71 Fifth Ave at 15th St, 3rd Fl New York, NY 10003

Phone: (212) 292-0550

Website: https://www.atriumstaff.com/

 

Career Group

When someone is moved to write a flattering haiku on Yelp about a temp agency, chances are the group has something going for it. CG deals with finance, advertising, real estate and fashion companies and places its temps in office, clerk, assistant, customer-service and managerial positions. President Susan Levine has more than 30 years of experience in employment agencies, and while she won’t divulge names, she assures us that CG has “very desirable clients.” The agency also offers 401k eligibility for employees who complete a year of service and 1,000 hours on assignment. Receptionists make $12 to $18 an hour, whereas admins rake in between $15 and $35 an hour. As Levine explains, “If you have the skills, there is a job for you.” Interested parties can e-mail their resume and cover letter to CGINY@careergroupinc.com  

Location: 1156 Avenue of the Americas 8th Floor New York, NY 10036 

Phone: (212) 750-8188

Website: careergroupinc.com

 

Kelly Services (Tons of Options)

This national agency was founded in 1946, and opened its first NYC office in midtown 12 years later. Today, Kelly Services receives thousands of applications from the New York metro area annually. “Approximately 20 to 25 percent of our jobs convert to full-time employment through our temporary-to-hire option,” says Tom Lawrence, vice president of the New York City territory. “It provides the advantage of determining if the candidate and the employer are the right fit for each other.” Kelly Services has placed people in Fortune 100 companies (based on the ranking from the annual Fortune 500 list) for positions including executive administrative assistants, receptionists, accountants, financial analysts, designers, desktop and help-desk support technicians, software developers, attorneys and paralegals. To review job openings or apply, contact a local office. 

Location: 99 Park Ave suite 1520, New York, NY 10016

Phone: (212) 949-5313

Website: kellycareernetwork.com

All Aces Promotional Staffing (Marketing and Events)

The last time you went to a really memorable event, you probably weren’t thinking of the work it took to pull it off. Enter All Aces: This agency helps staff events for a huge range of industries, from food and beverage to technology, toys and gaming to gain exposure. They also help larger clients—like Google, Sierra Mist, and television shows like Batman vs. Superman—with event staffing and marketing. Commitment time ranges from one to several events, so consider this your opportunity to try something completely new (while earning cash in the process!) 

Location: 79 Madison Ave 8th Floor, New York, NY 10016 

Phone: (646) 829-1602

Website: acespromo.com

 

Taylor Hodson  (Women)

The 100 to 200 resumes submitted through Taylor Hodson’s website on a daily basis are reviewed within 24 hours, and at this fast-paced agency, the squeaky wheel gets the grease. According to Ed Reagan, director of temporary staffing, following up with a phone call after a few days will increase your chances of being one of the 50 job hunters asked in for an interview each week. Hodson’s placements include temporary, permanent and temp-to-perm positions, concentrated in administrative and clerical support. The average length of a gig is a week or two, but they range from a day to a month. 

Location: 133 W 19th St between Sixth and Seventh Ave's

Phone: (212) 924-8300

Website: taylorhodson.com

Adecco Staffing (Quick "Gig" Finding) 

Adecco receives thousands of resumes annually from job candidates in the United States, and it finds work for about 500,000 people nationwide each year. The global agency specializes in a range of industries, including marketing, creative, finance, publishing, fashion and administrative services. “Our clients are virtually every single Fortune 500 company,” says public-relations specialist Vannessa Almeida. Visit the company’s website to search current job openings and upload your resume. 

Location: 1040 Avenue of the Americas, Fl 19,New York, New York, 10018

Phone: (212) 391-7000

Website: adeccousa.com

Professionals for Nonprofits (Non-Profits)

Those looking to save the world (and themselves, from bankruptcy) should check out Professionals for Nonprofits, an agency that's been placing temps in museums, universities, NGOs and philanthropic organizations since 1996. Positions are wide-ranging, and include fund-raising, finance, executive management, human resources, marketing, communications, information technology and administration. Once you’re in, you can expect to get frequent calls, offering fill-in work for a day, a month or even six-month stretches. Lucky for you, temps in the nonprofit sector are currently in high demand, a trend that Rick Bressler, PNP’s business development director, attributes to the “improving health of the economy.” PNP’s list of clients includes Doctors Without Borders, the American Red Cross, United Way and the American Museum of Natural History. 

Location: 515 Madison Ave at 53rd St, suite 1100

Phone: (212) 546-9091

Website: https://pnpstaffinggroup.com/candidates-search-jobs

 

Aston Carter (Finance, Risk, and Compliance)

With offices in London, Asia and throughout North America, Aston Carter specializes in helping people in the financial industry—including governance, risk and compliance—find jobs. And you can be sure that wherever you’re placed is well-vetted: They screen companies worldwide to learn about the culture and values of each place, and use a referral-based sourcing strategy to ensure a perfect employee and company match.

Location: 757 3rd Avenue 8th Floor, New York, NY 10017 

Phone: (212) 320-8622

Website: astoncarter.com

Core Staffing (Recent Graduates) 

Core’s friendly, helpful staff screens 3,000 applicants annually; opportunities include jobs in office support, marketing, PR, HR and finance. Candidates can be just starting out (entry-level employees and recent grads) and should expect pay rates to correspond with the position (approximately $15 to $75 an hour). To apply, send your rêsumê to temp@employcore.com

Location: 40 Wall Street, NY, NY 10005

Phone: (212) 766-1222

Website: employcore.com

Temporary Alternatives (Resume Revamping)

“Finance is leading the way here, but we’ll [consider] anybody,” says Temporary Alternatives account representative Regis Canning, and he’s telling the truth. The company guaranteed face time: Anyone who submits a résumé is invited to the office for an interview with one of the reps. TA is able to get about a third of each month’s 100 applicants placed somewhere, and the staff also offers resume and interview help so that you can present yourself in the best light. “The résumé is paramount to getting people placed,” Canning says. Submit yours to regis@tempalt.com or phil@tempalt.com

Location: 622 Third Avenue, 7th Floor New York, NY 10017

Phone: (212) 779-7169

Website: tempalt.com

 

Baker Tilly (Senior Level Executives)

The NYC flagship branch of national outfit AppleOne has been placing temps and permanents in high-end media and finance positions in New York City since 1964. Apply online, or by phone. “We’re highly invested in everyone who comes into our office,” says regional vice president Marie Sclafani. “We assist our candidates in developing their résumé and preparing them for interviews so they can put their best food forward.”

Location: 100 Wall St at Water St Seventh floor, New York, NY 10005

Phone: (212) 849-3313

Website: appleone.com

 

Bon Temps Personnel Agency (Lawyers)

Turns out your college stint playing secretary at your dad’s law firm wasn’t for naught. Bon Temps legal staffing, alive and kicking since 1977, is always looking for new blood in the form of legal secretaries, word processors, proofreaders, paralegals, contract attorneys and executive receptionists. While they require two years of experience at a New York City law firm, expect approximately $18 to $45 per hour, depending on the position and your qualifications. 

Location: 80 Broad St. 5th Floor, New York, NY 1004

Phone: (212) 732-3921

Website: bontempsny.com

 

Clarity (Human Resources)

Established in 2000, Clarity caters to a wide array of industries, with most placements found in the finance, marketing and consulting sectors. Clients include Bank of America, Young & Rubicam and Forbes magazine, and gigs—which are often straight admin jobs—can run from one day to a year and a half, and pay from $15 to $25 an hour. Applicants should have good communication and computer skills, plus a corporate background. The staff can even set you up at its IT headquarters in San Francisco or Palo Alto, California, or at its newer Clarity Technology Partners division in Richmond, if you’re not dead set on staying in NYC. Visit the company’s website to apply online. 

Location: 8 West 38th Street Suite 502, New York, NY 10018 

Phone: (212-404-8000)

Website: claritystaffing.com

 

AccounTemps (Bookkeeping/Payroll)

AccounTemps is an employment agency devoted to the financial and accounting professions: It’s a daughter company of Robert Half International, which was ranked by Fortune magazine as the most admired business in the temporary-help industry in 2009. Submit your résumé through AccounTemps’ website to find a placement in financial analysis, inventory, payroll, general ledger and bookkeeping jobs. Someone will contact you once your application is received, but it never hurts to follow up with a phone call within the week. 

Locations throughout the city; visit accountemps.com for more info.

 

Wall Street Services (Wall Street)

As the name implies, Wall Street Services is geared toward finding its applicants jobs in the finance industry. But if that’s what you’re looking for, be warned: You have to be on your game from the start. Anywhere from 10 to 30 applicants are called in for interviews out of the 400 to 700 rsums submitted per week. Talented job hunters can expect to get hired for positions in banking, trade operations or project management. WSS is prohibited from disclosing exactly which companies it works with, but CEO Peter Laughter says WSS has done business with nearly every major investment bank on Wall Street. Upload your résumé to the website, and someone will contact you if you’re suited to an opening. 

Location:11 Broadway, Suite 632, New York, New York, 10004

Phone: (212) 509-7200

Website: wallstreetservices.com

 

Temporary Staffing by Suzanne, Ltd. (Personalized Screening and Placement)

As a small, proudly 100-percent-woman-owned temp service, Suzanne and her incredibly friendly and dedicated staff operate a bit like a workplace/worker matchmaking service for temporary placements in non-managerial office support positions. During the interview process—college grads with prior office experience are preferredthe agency asks not only about prior work experience and skills but also about the applicant's interests and ambitions. Suzanne G. Davis, the company's president, explains, “In finding out about and honoring the preferences and hopes of the people we place—and what they love to do and what they prefer not to do—we often get it right for them as well as for our clients. Connections through us can be life-changing.” While the agency is only geared toward helping people find temporary placement, many of its past users have found more permanent opportunities and career paths. 

Location: 370 Lexington Ave, Suite 902 New York, NY 10017

Phone: (212-856-9500)

Website: suzannenyc.com

Hawk Staffing

Are you a JOB SEEKER looking for a great job? You are great and you deserve a great opportunity where you can utilize your strengths and develop your full potential. There is a job opening in the market place that’s a perfect fit for what you are looking for.

website: https://hawkstaffing.com/

 

Pre-Apprenticeship Programs


 

Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW)

NEW offers night (seven weeks) and day (five weeks) classes including classroom and technical coursework.

NEW prepares women for nontraditional careers in the construction, utilities, and transportation industries. Through its innovative training programs, NEW graduates successfully compete for skilled blue-collar careers that enable women to achieve economic self-sufficiency.

Location: 243 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011

Phone: (212) 627-6252

Website: http://www.new-nyc.org/pages/become.html

 

BuildingWorks

BuildingWorks is a pre-apprenticeship training program housed at the NYC Carpenters Training Center. Since 1995, the program has served over 1,000 residents from low-income communities in the New York City and Newark, NJ area. The training prepares individuals for careers in the skilled trades. Ideally, successful graduates enroll in unionized apprenticeship programs.

Location: 395 Hudson Street, 2nd Floor Clarkson Street Entrance, New York, NY 10014

Phone: 212-727-2224

Website: https://nyccarpenterstrainingcenter.org/buildingworks/about-buildingworks/

 

New York City District Council of Carpenters 

We are the training entity for the New York City District Council of Carpenters and their signatory contributing contractors. We graduate the most highly trained carpenters and related specialty tradespeople who will go on to continue to build the skyline of New York as we have since 1881. We train over 1,500 carpenter apprentices and 14,000 journey level carpenters per year in our New York City training facility. Please browse the site to learn more about all the outstanding career opportunities that the Training Center has to offer.

Website: https://nyccarpenterstrainingcenter.org/

 

Local 79 Construction and General Building Laborers 

Local 79 has teamed up with community partners St. Nick Alliance, Man Up, Make the Road New York, and Community Voices Heard to provide a pre-apprenticeship navigation program to men and women interested in pursuing a career in Local 79 or other building trades.  The new ten-week program, which began on March 27, seeks to educate participants about unions, union history, apprenticeship programs, resume preparation and job interview skills, workers’ rights and responsibilities, and workplace skills. Speakers include current apprentices, union organizers, and other union staff members who have worked for many years in the field as Laborers. The program culminates in a service project in one of communities served by the community partners.  Lavon Chambers, the coordinator of the program and a member of Greater New York Laborers-Employers Cooperation and Education Trust (LECET) had this to say about the program: “We are thrilled to be working with our community partners to provide their members with the background and information that they need to make informed decisions about pursuing a career in the building trades. This will help ensure that the people who chose to pursue apprenticeships are eager, engaged, and understand the challenges before them and the benefits that await them.

Website: http://www.local79.org/pre-apprenticeship-navigation-program-launched/ 

 

Building Works: Pre-Apprenticeship Training


Building Works is a pre-apprenticeship training that prepares interested candidates for careers in the building trades.  In partnership with the NYC District Council of Carpenters Labor Technical College, the 3 month training is tuition-free and provides both classroom instruction and hands-on experience preparing you for success in a union apprenticeship.  Participants in Building Works gain experience  from a wide range of courses, including job readiness, industry related math, health and safety, as well as hands-on instruction in shop classes under the supervision of journey-level union carpenters.

Certifications received during the training may include:

  • OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety
  • 40 Hour Hazardous Waste Worker
  • Scaffold User

A first year apprenticeship in the Carpenters Union earns $19.23/hour while receiving on the job training and technical classroom instruction.   For more than a decade, Building Works has successfully trained hundreds of candidates most of whom have joined --and are completing--unionized apprenticeships...and are building careers in a skilled trade.  Together we are helping to build the future of organized labor.

Candidates for Building Works Pre-Apprenticeship Training  must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age at time of enrollment
  • Have a High School Diploma or GED, and pass a basic skills test at 8th grade level
  • Be either unemployed or under-employed
  • Be physically able to work
  • Be legally eligible to work in the U.S.
  • Pass a drug test
  • Commit to completing the entire, full-time, 3 month training with classes running from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm

To apply for the Building Works training please contact one of our referral partners

Chinese American Planning Council, Inc.
Workforce Development Division
165 Eldridge Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10002
Contact: Cindy Liu
212-941-0041, ext. 505
xliu@cpc-nyc-org
 
Cypress Hills Local Development Corp.
Academic & Career Exploration Center
2836 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11207
Contact: Jessen Vasquez
718-235-8837, ext. 105
 
 

Dock Builder & Timbermen, Floor Coverer, Millwright, Cabinet Maker and High- Rise Concrete Apprentice Recruitment Schedule.

The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the New York City District Council of Carpenters will conduct a continuous recruitment from July 10, 2019 to June 10, 2020 for the specialty trades of: Cabinet Maker, Floor Coverer, Dock Builder & Timbermen and Millwrights. Excluding December 11th, 2019 and January 8th, 2020. Recruitment for the High- Rise Concrete specialty trade resumes February 13th, 2019 and will continue through November 13th, 2019.

Applications will be available at the NYCDCC Training Center, 395 Hudson Street (Clarkson Street entrance), New York City, NY, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. ONLY, on the Second Wednesday of every month, during the recruitment period. There will be no admittance after 7:30 a.m.  Only the applicant will be allowed to pick up an application and must have an accompanying Government-Issued Picture Identification Card.  The CTC will distribute as many applications as possible in the given time frame. If the applicant does not have a valid ID, they will not be given an application.  Once the application is obtained, the applicant must mail in the original completed application and any required documents, which must be post-marked within five (5) business days of original receipt of application.  If an application is returned late or incomplete, the applicant will be disqualified from entrance into the apprenticeship program.

Applicants who completed their application properly and which have been received on time, will be mailed a letter stating such and will remain on file for two (2) years from the date of application.  After two (2) years, the application will be discarded.  Should the applicant wish to remain eligible for consideration into the program, he/she must obtain a new application.  Once apprentices are needed, applicants who are selected will be mailed a letter to attend an initial applicant orientation. Applicants must arrive on time, or they will be disqualified from further consideration into the program. At the conclusion of the orientation, applicants will be scheduled for a personal interview at a future date and will be provided with an instruction sheet which will include a list of original documents that will be required if they are accepted into the program. Applicants who do not arrive on time to their scheduled personal interview, will be disqualified from further consideration into the apprenticeship program.

The Committee requires that applicants:

  • Must be at least 17 years old at the time of offered employment.
  • Must have a high school diploma or a high school equivalency diploma (such as TASC or GED). Proof will be required after selection and prior to indenture.
  • Must be physically able to perform the work of the trade without posing a direct threat to the safety of themselves or others.
  • Must pass a substance abuse screening, at the expense of the sponsor, within 48 hours of selection and prior to indenture. Applicants that do not pass the substance abuse screening will be notified and disqualified from further consideration.
  • Must provide proof of any trade-related experience, certification, or education, after selection and prior to indenture.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or have the legal right to work in the United States. Proof will be required after selection and prior to indenture.
  • Must have access and proof of a reliable means of transportation (Cabinet Makers, Dock Builders/Timbermen, Millwrights, Floor Coverers), at time of application.
  • Must provide military discharge form DD-214, if applicable, after selection and prior to indenture.

For further information, applicants should contact their nearest New York State Department of Labor office or the NYC District Council of Carpenters JATC at (212) 727-2224 or check these websites: www.labor.ny.gov, www.nycdistrictcouncil.com, www.nyccarpenterstrainingcenter.org

ApprenticeNYC for CNC Machine Operators

We're offering a special opportunity to get paid while you're enrolled as an advanced manufacturing apprentice.

  • No Experience Necessary
    • To be eligible you must be a New York City resident and have a High School Diploma or Equivalency.
  • A Real Career Path in Advanced Manufacturing
    • Train for a Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Machinist position. You will continue your training and education through your employment.
  • Get Paid While You Learn
    • Starting pay as an apprentice is $15 per hour. As you gain more skills, you receive several merit-based pay increases.

Start Your Career in Advanced Manufacturing with ApprenticeNYC

  1. Complete the program application form to be considered for the opportunity.
  2. Attend and complete a series of assessment evaluations and interviews.
  3. If selected by one of our employer partners, you will be hired to start a full-time paid ten-week technical instruction phase of your apprenticeship.
  4. After the ten-weeks, each apprentice will begin working at their employer's NYC-based location.

Complete the program application form to be considered for the opportunity.

Department of Labor Apprenticeship Opportunities


In addition to the current link listed below, you can also search the NYS Job Bank for other apprenticeship opportunities with New York State registered programs and other non-registered programs. After you click on the link to the NYS Job Bank on the link, enter the key word "apprentice" to search for available opportunities. For more information, please contact the Apprenticeship Training Representative for your area. See the list of representatives on the contact us page.

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By Brian M. Rosenthal The New York attorney general’s office said Monday it had opened an inquiry into more than a decade of lending practices that left thousands of immigrant taxi drivers in crushing debt, while Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered a separate investigation into the brokers who helped arrange...

City Councilmember Mark Levine has announced the 2019 winners of participatory budgeting in his district, which includes parts of the Upper West Side, Morningside Heights and Washington Heights. The projects to receive funding are: $250,000 for air conditioning upgrades and new water fountains at P.S. 165 Robert E. Simon School...

By Sabrina Mallot Last fall, the City Council introduced a package of 18 bills aimed at preventing tenants from being displaced due to aggressive tactics from landlords like exploitative buyout agreements or nuisance construction. On Wednesday, May 8, all but one passed. They still require the mayor’s signature, but he...

By Eddie Small The hallways of Bronx Housing Court are crowded and chaotic on a typical weekday morning. Lawyers and tenants scurry across the white tile floors and lounge on the worn-down benches of the Grand Concourse building, where occasionally the sound of one person shouting out a name will...

By Elizabeth Kim A collaboration between a group of housing rights advocates has produced the most comprehensive database yet to measure evictions across New York City and identify many of the landlords responsible for them. Three advocacy groups — Right to Counsel NYC Coalition, JustFix.nyc, and the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project —...