HFNY volunteers work one-on-one with the male residents of the Bowery Mission to complete their resumes and prepare them for their job search.
The Bowery Mission’s residential recovery programs for men incorporate addiction recovery, one-on-one counseling, education and vocational training within a faith-based context. They offer long-term, practical solutions to chronic homelessness through life and employment skills training, continuing education opportunities, single and group counseling, legal aid, job-readiness training and housing placement.
The goal for this program is for volunteers to help the residents start and complete their resumes so they can be prepared to start their job search. Volunteers will work one-on-one with the men to help them articulate their work experience in a resume format. Volunteers will ask questions about their experiences and in the process, help them recognize achievements and skill sets from their past.
Request information below to hear more from the HFNY Team Leader about the opportunity and sign up for upcoming dates. You will be provided with a sign up for the date you will serve after this process.
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