More information about the MHSC Program: https://www.nychealthandhospitals.org/now-hiring-mental-health-service-corps/
Update from NASW-NYC as of 7/6/21:
Organizations/agencies in attendance:
- Cayuga Centers
- CORE Service Groups
- Acacia Network
- Karen Horney Clinic
- Mount Sinai Hospital
- Bridging Access to Care
- A Home Within
- Nido de Esperanza
- Greenwich House, Inc.
- Partnership with Children
- Restore NYC
- New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center
- Hunter College Liberty Partnerships Program
- RAIN, Inc.
- Vibrant Emotional Health
- Henry Street Settlement
- Outreach Development Corporation
- VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired
- Tribeca Therapy
- Revcore Recovery Center of Manhattan LLC
- The Jewish Board
- Center for Court Innovation
- Visiting Nurse Service of New York
For more information, go to: https://www.naswnyc.org/page/CARESEvents
Questions regarding this event should be emailed to [email protected]
Interested in ensuring the safety and well-being of New York’s most vulnerable children and families?
Attend our upcoming recruitment session with JCCA on Thursday, August 13, 1-2 PM ET. They are actively recruiting graduates for immediate openings across various foster care and prevention programs, as well as students graduating in Spring 2021 for openings anticipated in the future.
To receive a link to the event, register via Career Connect.
JCCA helps abused, neglected and traumatized children heal physically and emotionally through compassionate, quality care. Its 37 programs include foster care, residential treatment facilities, mental health services, case management, education programs and special services for children who have been the victims of sexual abuse.At this event, you’ll have the exclusive opportunity to:
- Connect with senior leaders at JCCA
- Learn about current and future social worker and supervisor openings across various foster care and prevention programs
- Gain insight into their work and their investment in the professional development of their staff, including the opportunity to accrue hours towards the clinical license
Supporting children and families is incredibly important work and provides opportunities to build critical skills and experience that are transferable to all areas of social work, including knowledge of public systems. Learn more about their work and opportunities at https://www.jccany.org/who-we-are/employment/.
Questions? Contact us at [email protected]. See below for more information regarding the presenters.
INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES: Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. If you require disability accommodations to attend an event at Columbia University, please contact the Office of Disability Services at (212) 854-2388 or [email protected] at least 5 days in advance of the event.
About the Presenters
Lorraine Stephens, LCSW, Senior Vice President, Foster Home and Preventive Services
Lorraine served as the Deputy Commissioner of ACS’s Division of Family Permanency Services, and later became the first Deputy Commissioner of the NYC Department of Homeless Services. Lorraine was Vice President of Strategic Planning, Government Relations, and Special Initiatives at New York Women’s Foundation. She currently serves at JCCA’s Senior Vice President of Foster Home and Preventive Services.
Kirsten Cooper, LCSW ’05, Assistant Vice President, Foster Home Services
Kirsten has been with JCCA for 15 years. She began with her BSW internship at JCCA in 2004, and then went on to pursue her MSW from Columbia in 2005, when she returned to JCCA to complete her MSW field placement. Following her internship, she was hired as a social worker in the adoption unit where she worked for two years until being promoted to her first supervisory position as a Social Work Coordinator in after-care. She eventually moved laterally to a different supervisor role in therapeutic foster care and continued to be promoted to her current position.
Antoinette Bryce, LCSW, Program Director, Unaccompanied Minor Program, Adoption and KinGap Unit, Child Success New York
Antoinette started at JCCA in 2010 as a Case Associate and went on to earn her MSW through the support of JCCA professional development programming. Throughout the last ten years, she has held multiple positions both laterally and as a result of promotions. These roles included: Permanency Specialist, Family Preservation Specialist, Adoption Coordinator, Administrative Supervisor, Assistant Program Director, and finally Program Director overseeing three separate units at JCCA.
Lynanne Bruun, LCSW, Borough Director, Brooklyn Preventive Services, Brooklyn Child and Adolescent Guidance Center
Lynanne started with JCCA in 2011 as a social worker in the Foster Home Services (FHS) group homes program. She moved up to a supervisor position in the FHS CSNYC program in 2014. She then made a lateral move to be a supervisor at the clinic in 2016, and in 2018 was promoted to Borough Director where she now oversees a preventive program, FTR, as well as the clinic and Second Chances.
The Child Center of NY will be holding a virtual job fair and information session via Zoom on Friday, July 31st from 12-1pm for various full time and per diem positions for Mental Health Workers.
Date: Friday July 31, 2020
Register by emailing your resume to [email protected].
Mental Health Service Corps (MHSC) is hiring!
MHSC is a workforce development program that aims to build a diverse generation of mental health clinicians, equipped to integrate behavioral health into a variety of settings. Early-career clinicians are trained in evidence-based practices and placed throughout the NYC Health + Hospitals system with the goal of emerging from the three-year program seasoned and adept clinicians. Under the supervision of licensed clinicians, Corps Members will be equipped to screen, assess, and treat patients in a culturally responsive manner. The program is operated by NYC Health + Hospitals and supported by the Mayor’s Office of ThriveNYC.
See below for information regarding their upcoming Virtual Job Fair scheduled for July 23rd at 1pm. Interested social workers can register to attend here. Please RSVP by July 17th and also send your resume to: [email protected] with Subject Line “MHSC Social Worker”.
UPDATE (7/13/20): If you missed the event, you can review the summary document with job opportunities and contact information here (UNI login required).
Please join the New York City Administration for Children’s Services on July 7th, 8th, and 9th for a Virtual Recruiting Forum where 14 employers will talk about over 60 job opportunities across the city in Prevention Services Programs.
Prevention Services Programs are operated by a network of non-governmental organizations throughout New York City. They seek to strengthen and stabilize families by providing case management, building parenting skills, and offering therapeutic interventions. These services are aimed at keeping children safely at home and supporting families as they work towards their goals.
Openings include positions as case planners, therapists, supervisors and program directors. Positions are available for bachelor’s level case planners, MSWs, and MHCs. Some roles require licensure (or the ability to obtain licensure in 3 to 6 months from hire). Prior experience in prevention services is welcomed but not required. Some agencies also offer clinical hours to their direct service staff.
During this digital forum, participants will learn about each agency’s work, mission, and history; hear from agency staff about their open positions; and have the opportunity to ask panelists questions about their available positions. Following the forum, all participants will be provided with an information sheet of all attending panelists, including contact information and next steps to take if you would like to apply for an open position.
SEE DETAILS BELOW ABOUT HOW TO ATTEND THIS FORUM:
Attendees can join the events directly using the following links. Please note that each attendee will be muted upon entry to avoid background noise. They will utilize the chat feature during the Q&A portions.
The Forum will be hosted by New York City Administration for Children’s Services.
Tuesday, July 7, 11am-12:30pm
Webex link to join: https://nycacs.webex.com/nycacs/onstage/g.php?MTID=e394847fe80d79391d6d9efa339596815
Call in number: +1-408-418-9388
Access code: 129 998 2100
Present Agencies: Arab American Family Support Center, CAMBA, Catholic Guardian Services, Good Shepherd Services, New Alternatives for Children
Wednesday, July 8, 1-2:30pm
Webex link to join: https://nycacs.webex.com/nycacs/onstage/g.php?MTID=ef7f6c1d6b8a9e35de099fa07f03247f3
Call in number: +1-408-418-9388
Access code: 129 043 7341
Present Agencies: Child Center of NY, Children’s Aid Society, Forestdale Inc, OHEL Children’s Home & Family Services
Thursday, July 9, 1-2:30pm
Webex link to join: https://nycacs.webex.com/nycacs/onstage/g.php?MTID=efdcab86194a116ab2bcd3b954d1cc1ab
Call in number: +1-408-418-9388
Access code: 129 222 9125
Present Agencies: Graham Windham, Jewish Child Care Association of New York, University Behavioral Associates, Safe Horizon (Staten Island), Sheltering Arms Children & Family Services