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Henry Street Students Get a Peek into Life at Google

Googlers Rebecca Waters, Evin Brinker, Hope Rhodeman, Faisal Animashaun, Nicholas Capalbo, Dan Mechanic, and Gabriela Berroa with Expanded Horizons students at Google NYC on February 18, 2020.  If you searched Google on February 18 for Henry Street’s Expanded Horizons College Success program students, you’d fine them not online but visiting the company’s New York City… Read More »

An Elegant Evening at The Art Show Gala Preview

Above: Guests celebrating at The Art Show 2020 Gala Preview. Photo by Cesarin Mateo. The Art Show 2020 Gala Preview, Henry Street Settlement’s largest annual fundraiser, opened with a splash on Wednesday, February 26, when more than 1,350 artists, celebrities, philanthropists, and long-time Settlement supporters filled the elegant Park Avenue Armory for the 32nd annual… Read More »

Nailing The Job Resume Workshop: February 27, 2020

Crafting the right resume and preparing for your interview is essential to nailing the job. In this 2-hour workshop, Henry Street Settlement’s Jobs Essentials Training (JET) team will cover creating the RIGHT type of resume and interviewing basics that leave lasting impressions. Make sure to bring copies of your resume if you have them! WHEN:… Read More »

RAINBOW SHOE REPAIR Runs Through March 29 at Abrons Arts Center

Rainbow Shoe Repair: An Unexpected Theater of Flyness showcases a collection of portraits taken at Rainbow Shoe Repair on Delancey Street from the late 1980s to the early 2000s. A selection of portraits will be installed outdoors around the Henry Street Settlement campus, presented in partnership with United Photo Industries. Original photographs will also be on… Read More »

Seniors Vocalize Concerns at Specialized Town Hall

Two community seniors at Henry Street’s Senior Issues Town Hall Meeting on November 22, 2019. Solving NYCHA issues, increasing arts programs for seniors, holding elected officials accountable—these are just some of the community concerns brought to light at Henry Street’s Senior Issues Town Hall Meeting, held on Friday, November 22, 2019 at the Dale Jones… Read More »

Remembering Danny Kronenefeld

It is with a heavy heart that Henry Street shares the news that Danny Kronenfeld, our former executive director, passed away on Friday, December 6, 2019, There will never be another Danny Kronenfeld. In the most authentic, genuine and effortless manner, Danny was a force that had a transformative impact on the City, the neighborhood,… Read More »

Q&A: Andrew Rigie, NYC Hospitality Alliance

The restaurant and hospitality industry in New York City has been steadily growing for years, with more than 25,000 eating and drinking establishments (and counting!) in the five boroughs. The majority of these businesses are small “mom and pop” operations that often are not equipped with the same resources as their bigger counterparts to deal… Read More »

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