Virtual VITA tax services are fast and easy....More
Thirty-five residents recently successfully completed the Food Business Pathways (FBP) program. They are now prepared to launch or scale their food businesses, and join the program’s 167 previous participants as resident business owners creating delicious food for New Yorkers to enjoy....More
Karen Callender never pictured herself in a career involving manual labor—but when she saw information about the NYCHA Resident Training Academy (NRTA) in The NYCHA Journal soon after her corporate office position of 14 years had been eliminated, she wanted to try something new....More
Johnson Houses resident Naima Afoatti is the proud owner of NINI, a company that shares a taste of her home through the traditional drinks of Togo, West Africa. Thanks to what she learned in NYCHA’s Food Business Pathways (FBP) program, Ms. Afoatti is growing her business online and sees herself closer to one day opening a West African café....More
The new center is the first Jobs Plus site funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in New York City. A nationally recognized program that helps increase employment and earnings among public housing residents, Jobs Plus boosts residents’ earnings by an average of 16 percent....More
Attention Brownsville, East New York, and Ocean Hill Residents!
A revered Brooklyn organization has stepped up its community commitment by establishing a scholarship to help NYCHA residents achieve their goals of college education....More
On September 20, NYCHA and the City University of New York (CUNY) celebrated 23 residents for their academic excellence, leadership, and contributions to their communities at the 12th annual NYCHA-CUNY Resident Scholarship Program awards ceremony, held at Borough of Manhattan Community College....More