Posted on July 20, 2023
To support their Case Management team who provide group and one-on-one non-clinical support services to better meet the needs of their many job training program participants to deal with various ongoing challenges as they train and search for jobs. Many HOPE jobseekers face challenges related to mental health, housing, phone access, food insecurity, childcare, and much more, which often act as barriers to their success in the program and ultimately in the job market and the workforce. Their Case Managers provide one-on-one support for overcoming these ongoing challenges by: conducting needs assessments; advocating on their clients’ behalfs; and helping to connect them to crucial resources. HOPE empowers New Yorkers to build sustainable futures through comprehensive training, jobs, advancement, and lifelong career support, with specialized training in the green sector as well as general industry preparedness.