Ready to work? Enroll in our Career Readiness program to sharpen your job interview skills and receive professional development training. With an ear to the ground, our Job Access Specialist (in partnership with WorkForce1) assists community members in their search for sustaining, gainful employment.
Do you have a resume but have been experiencing setbacks when looking for employment? Let our experienced Career developer assist you. With resume review, we’ll provide suggestions on how to tweak your resume to get noticed. With our weekly job’s updates from our partners at Workforce 1, we’ll search for the right opportunity for your skill set and send you on interviews with employers who are looking to hire. If you don’t have a resume or need to work on/freshen up your skills, you can enroll in our career readiness the rights way. This program teaches you the do’s and don’t s when looking for employment.
Everyone deserves the right to a livable wage. With health and education addressed through our other offerings, our clients are positioned to enter the workforce on a more equal footing. From free haircuts to appropriate clothing for interviews through to knowledge on workplace etiquette, we prepare clients to raise their authentic selves to a professional level from which they can thrive in the workplace. Our services include resume writing, matching clients to jobs for which they are suited, and support through the full job application process.
We can help you develop your resume or freshen it up.
Get access to an address and mailbox for receiving your important documents. Never miss a letter or important mailing again.
We offer transportation assistance to and from job interviews for those clients who qualify.
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BRONX, New York (WABC) -- 1.6 million young people are homeless in the United States every year... 40% of them identify as LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer). "I was living in the streets out here in the Bronx - I was kicked out of my family house in...
Sean Coleman, executive director for Destination Tomorrow, and Steve Garibell, Vice President of LGBTQ+ Business Development at TD Bank, joins Cheddar to discuss bringing financial literacy, GED programs, and job readiness to the LGBTQ+ community in the Bronx.
By Rick Rojas Shyloh Mugler Curet’s home, a Bronx apartment she shares with her 83-year-old grandmother, has not always felt like one. She faced rejection from her family when she came out as gay. “Keep it to yourself,” some relatives told her. Several years...
Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sean Coleman, Destination Tomorrow, Executive Director Contact number: 718-288-2677 Email Email: firstname.lastname@example.org DESTINATION TOMORROW, TO OPEN THE BRONX LGBTQ CENTER Bronx, New York (August 15, 2018) – Destination...
Sean Coleman interview about Destination Tomorrow by Ballroom Throwbacks Television - BRTBTV
In honor of Pride Month, Borough President, Ruben Diaz Jr. and representatives of the community raise the rainbow flag. Ruben Diaz Jr., George Silver, Audrey DeJesus, Sean Coleman Bronx Pride New Beginning, Destination Tomorrow.
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