Fifty years ago, the Economic Opportunity Act was passed, launching the War on Poverty. Join DYCD as we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Act. This Symposium will highlight DYCD’s anti-poverty strategies and programs funded by DYCD via federal Community Services Block Grant funding. Participate in one of three tracks throughout the day focusing on best practices in Youth, Adult, or Immigrant Services. Build skills and make new linkages by accessing workshops and resources.
Event partners include the New York State Community Action Association (NYSCAA), the New York State Department of State, HealthFirst, Modells, and the New York Law School. The Symposium represents New York City’s role as part of NYSCAA’s statewide public education and outreach effort to confront myths and misconceptions about poverty by highlighting successful anti-poverty programs and services provided by Community Action across New York State.
Space is limited – so register early. You may register up to four persons from your organization. Please indicate your panel discussion and workshop preferences.
For more information about DYCD, please visit www.nyc.gov/dycd.
PLEASE NOTE: One registration per person. Duplicates will be deleted.
Also, there is usually a waitlist to attend DYCD events. As a courtesy, please inform us if you cannot attend a week before the event.
When & Where
Department of Youth and Community Development
The Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) was created in 1996 to provide the City of New York with high-quality youth and family programming. Our central task is administering available City, state, and federal funds to effective community-based organizations.
DYCD supports New York City youth and their families by funding a wide range of high-quality youth and community development programs, including: