Henry Street Settlement opens doors of opportunity for Lower East Side residents and other New Yorkers through social services, arts, and health care programs.
Hard Skills Training
Henry Street Settlement’s Employment Services team understands that education and training lead to new employment opportunities and career pathways. The legacy of our founder, Lillian Wald, includes not only training and deploying nurses in the early 1900s. She was also a workforce development pioneer who helped find work for those who needed it, even employing her patient’s family members as seamstresses to sew buttons on nurses’ uniforms. In the past, Employment Services has offered hard skills training programs from bicycle repair to housekeeping. Today many employers require specific certifications for certain jobs, and we aim to equip our clients with access to high-demand certifications. All of our employment services are here to support our members in achieving their career goals, providing in-house training or referrals to the training necessary to reach these goals.
Building & Facilities Technical Training
Henry Street Settlement’s Building & Facilities Technical Training Program is for anyone 18 or older who wants to enter the rapidly-growing sector of internal environment and climate management.
The training starts July 18, 2021, and participants will get certifications and training toward jobs in heating/heat pumps, cooling, lighting, ventilation, air quality management, and more. Build your skills and learn a trade that will lead to greener, healthier, and more sustainable indoor environment management. Many salaries in these industries range from $40-80k.
Learn more and download our program flyer online here.
Bridge to Certified Medical Assistant Training Program
Henry Street Settlement’s Bridge to Certified Medical Assistant Training Program is a free program providing support and training to help you become a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant. This program is offered in partnership with LaGuardia Community College.
The program lasts for seven months. Students have opportunity to earn the National Healthcareer Association’s (NHA) certifications in EKG Technician, Phlebotomy, and Clinical Medical Assistant; and the American Heart Association’s Basic Life Support certification.