Renaissance Technical Institute is a nonprofit organization devoted to offering FREE vocational training and education for youth ages 17 years and older. The FREE vocational training and education is especially for our youth who are at risk, and have dropped out or are struggling in a traditional school setting.
For more than 30 years, Multifamily Management Services has dedicated itself to quality property management. Whether managing market rate rental properties, affordable housing, or condominium and cooperative communities, our guiding principle has remained the same: keep it simple and do it right.
The Harlem Repertory Theatre is a non-profit 501(c)(3) theater committed to producing artistically and intellectually challenging productions that explore the experiences of a diverse range of ethnic, social and cultural communities. Moreover, The HRT stages new works and established classic musicals and plays from bold and innovative perspectives that will challenge and/or reflect the Harlem community’s cultural and social values.
From its headquarters in East Harlem, STRIVE today is an international leader in helping individuals from underserved communities receive the training and support they need to obtain meaningful employment and achieve economic self sufficiency. STRIVE’s 70,000 graduates have shown that a job brings dignity, hope, and a brighter future.
Founded more than sixty years ago, we are an employee-owned interdisciplinary firm with twenty-seven offices worldwide. Supported by unparalleled laboratory and field testing capabilities, our team of engineers, architects, and materials scientists brings an enthusiasm for problem solving and a hands-on technical approach to every construction challenge.
Founded in 1976, Gutman, Mintz, Baker & Sonnenfeldt, P.C. continues to provide its clients with unparalleled legal representation in all areas of real estate litigation. The firm specializes in many areas of litigation including landlord-tenant proceedings, debt recovery, bankruptcy, Supreme Court matters and hearings in Administrative Tribunals, to name a few.
In 1974, the Council established the Boriken Health Center to address the tremendous health-related needs of El Barrio. Boriken’s mission is to maintain excellence in providing comprehensive medical, dental, health education and social services to the residents of East Harlem without regard to the individual patient’s ability to pay.
For nearly twenty years, the Brooklyn-based studio of LUBRANO CIAVARRA Architects has offered a full range of Architectural and Design Services in the residential, commercial, cultural, educational, and hospitality sectors. Our belief that the best architecture can benefit an entire community is reflected in each of our projects. At both the public and private scale, we strive for conceptual clarity in each detail to create meaning for the people who will ultimately occupy these spaces.
Salcare Home Health Services, Inc. provides the services of RN’s, LPN’s, Certified Home Health Aides and Certified Personal Care Aides in the home environment. We pride ourselves with the provision of a variety of services to members of our diverse communities.
The Osborne Association offers opportunities for individuals who have been in conflict with the law to transform their lives through innovative, effective, and replicable programs that serve the community by reducing crime and its human and economic costs. We offer opportunities for reform and rehabilitation through public education, advocacy, and alternatives to incarceration that respect the dignity of people and honor their capacity to change.
CODE FOR LIFE is an exciting new collaborative initiative that unites Nyack College, Praxis Connections, the tech community, and local church partners. CODE FOR LIFE combines the proximity of (and therefore ease of access to) neighborhood churches, the resources of Nyack College’s math and science departments, and the expertise of technology professionals to bring practical tools for professional and economic success to kids living in high poverty neighborhoods. CODE FOR LIFE employs a theory and methodology of change that will transform the way young people view themselves and their future through vision casting, life and technology coaching, case management, positive peer group experiences, and skill building—especially as it relates to coding.