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Early Childhood Training Program

Description: The YMCA is currently recruiting participants for a new workforce development training program directed at young adults pursuing their Associates Degree or a Credential (ex. CDA) in Early Childhood Education.

Salary Unknown + Metro Card
Type of Opportunity Internship
Location Queens, NY
Field of Study
Degree Wanted High School Diploma or GED
Special Skills & Requirements BENEFITS FOR PARTICIPATION INCLUDE - - Paid monthly NYC MTA Metro Card, - Paid 100 hour internship, - We pay for fingerprinting, back-grounds tests PARTICIPANTS MUST - - Have a HS Diploma or GED - Interested in pursuing an Associates Degree OR enrolling in a Credentialing Program
Company Name YMCA
Contact: 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY
Phone: 646-597-7616
Website: Nathalia Theogene
About the Company: The YMCA was established in New York 1852 to provide young men new to the city a Christian alternative to the attractions of city life. Organized in the Mercer Street Presbyterian Church, the New York YMCA first operated from numerous rented facilities in lower Manhattan, including buildings at 659 Broadway, Astor Place, Waverly Place, Bible House, 161 Fifth Avenue and 3rd Avenue and 9th Street. In 1869, the New York YMCA moved into a large building constructed in the French Renaissance style. Thought to be the first purpose-built YMCA in the United States, the building was designed by notable church architect James Renwick, Jr. It included a large library and reading room, rooms for games, social parlors, a gymnasium, baths, a bowling alley, classrooms, lecture rooms and an auditorium. These features came to be standard at YMCAs throughout the country.
How To Apply: Call Ms. Theogene 646-597-7616 for more information on how to apply
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