Join us for our upcoming Virtual Info Session on Therapist Careers with the New York Foundling on Wednesday, May 4, from 12:00 to 1:00 PM.
Register via Zoom: https://bit.ly/3vy5zdU
Learn more on their career page: www.nyfoundling.org/therapists
Shared by the NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS):
Are you a licensed social worker looking for an opportunity to be a part of something new? Join DCAS and partner agencies on Thursday, March 10, 2022, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. to learn about the Behavioral Health Emergency Assistance Response Division (B-HEARD), a new health-centered approach to mental health emergencies.
For the first time in New York City’s history, teams of health professionals, including EMTs, paramedics, and mental health professionals are responding to 911 mental health calls. B-HEARD is looking to hire multiple social workers who will play an integral part of this initiative. In this session, you will learn
about B-HEARD, the City agencies involved, the day-to-day work, and the process for applying for the social worker positions.
To register, please visit: https://bit.ly/BHEARD310
For more information, please contact: DCAS Office of Citywide Recruitment at [email protected]
Want to learn about organizations seeking your talent? During the spring term, a number of employers will be hosting recruitment and information sessions on opportunities for graduating students and alumni.
Take advantage of these events to connect with recruiters and hiring managers, learn about their organization, gain insight into what they’re looking for in candidates, and enhance your chances of landing a job!
Here are some tips to make the most of the events and to stand out:
NOTE: Some events may be presentation style, while others, interactive. Be prepared to engage accordingly. We recommend keeping your camera on or at least when asking questions but understand if that may not be feasible for some. Engagement can also include commenting in the chat and unmuting to ask a question when appropriate.
Want to learn about organizations seeking to hire you for full-time opportunities? We have a number of employers visiting our campus over the next several weeks starting February 11 on Tuesdays from 1:00 to 1:50 PM.
Take advantage of these events to connect with representatives, gain insight into what they’re looking for in candidates, and enhance your chances of landing a job! Below is the schedule for February. Alumni are also welcome.
See a full list of confirmed employers here.
Here are a few ways to make the most of the events and stand out from the crowd:
UPDATE: There will also be representatives from Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES), a non-profit committed to increasing public safety through innovative services that reduce crime and incarceration, improve behavioral health, promote recovery and rehabilitation, and create opportunities for success in the community.
Join us to meet and connect with representatives from the Center for Court Innovation, a non-profit dedicated to creating a more humane and effective justice system.
Center for Court Innovation (CCI) + Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES) Recruitment Session
Tuesday, October 22, 1:00 – 1:50 PM
CSSW Room C06
Those interested in criminal justice reform, alternatives to incarceration, restorative justice, violence reduction, and survivor support are highly encouraged to attend. They will be a number of social worker opportunities opening up, and this will a great opportunity to learn about them, what the day-to-day might look like in these roles, and how CCI is making an impact in the field as a whole.
Originally founded as a public/private partnership between the New York State Unified Court System and the Fund for the City of New York, the Center for Court Innovation creates operating programs to test new ideas and solve problems, performs original research to determine what works (and what doesn’t), and provides expert assistance to justice reformers around the world. Read more about them on their website.
CASES envisions a city in which a person’s previous criminal involvement or behavioral health does not limit the opportunity to realize his or her life. Through continuous innovation and the strategic disruption of ineffective responses to crime, addition, and mental illness, they aim to create solutions for some of the city’s most difficult public safety and public health challenges. Read more about them on their website.