In this Newsletter:

  1. Member and Community Trainings, Events and Resources
    • Spotlight on Workforce Development
  2. Nonprofit Issues
    • Hunger
    • Immigration
  3. COVID Resources
    • New Guidance on Events
  4. NPW Resources

Member and Community Trainings, Events and Resources
Spotlight on Workforce Development
Nonprofits! Learn more about opportunities that can help your clients!

Greyston Offers Free Training, Certification, and Job Placement

Starting March 15th
  • Construction Site Safety Environmental Technician Security Guard
  • Construction Site Safety Certification
  • Environmental Technician Training

Classes are held at Greyston Workforce Development Office, 21 Park Avenue, Yonkers, NY

Limited Seats Available. Classes Are Filling Quickly.

Call Now! 914.758.7922 Find out more: HERE

    WestCOP Workforce Employment Center

    Westchester Institute for Human Development Featuring Yes She Can

    Transition Planning: Job Skills Training for Women Diagnosed with Autism and/or other social/learning/behavioral Differences

    Register Here

    Nonprofit Issues

    Immigration Law Training for Social Workers, Case Managers, Educators, Advocates, and Others

    The Hunger Crisis In America

    The hunger crisis in America has reached a critical point for many families. Lost jobs and reduced wages during COVID-19 have resulted in millions who can no longer afford to put food on the table.  Everyone should have access to affordable, nutritious food. SNAP is a program that has been proven to reduce hunger, improve children's health, and boost the economy—but the current benefit levels are not enough. Investing in SNAP has become even more critical to help support children and families during the pandemic and until the economy stabilizes.

    Now is the time to act. Learn more 


    In Case You Missed It

    An Open Conversation with U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer

    U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer joined Jan Fisher, Executive Director or Nonprofit Westchester, and Michael Romita, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Westchester County Association, for an open discussion on the most pressing issues impacting nonprofits, businesses and our communities. Westchester County Executive George Latimer provided opening remarks.

    COVID-19 Resources

    • All NY State Vaccine Information, including distribution plans: HERE 
    • Check your vaccine eligibility: HERE 
    • Beginning March 15, Weddings and Catered Events Can Resume Statewide
    • New Guidance for Events: HERE
    More Re-opening Information

    Beginning March 22nd, residential gathering limits will be raised from 10 to 25 people outdoors. Indoor residential gatherings will remain limited to 10. The numbers for social gatherings will also increase from 50 to 100 indoors and 200 outdoors.

    Beginning April 2nd, event, arts and entertainment venues can reopen at 33 percent capacity, up to 100 people indoors and up to 200 people outdoors. If all attendees present proof of a negative test prior to entry, capacity can increase up to 150 people indoors and up to 500 people outdoors

    Domestic travelers to New York State who have been vaccinated no longer have to quarantine or test out within 90 days of their full vaccination. International travelers still must adhere to CDC quarantine guidelines.

    For Relevant Updates, Click HERE

    Westchester County has issued guidelines regarding spectators at school and recreational sports. Student athletes are allowed to have two spectators at sporting events, as long as social distancing can be accomplished and occupancy does not exceed 50% (previously only the home team was allowed spectators). Schools and recreation centers may reserve the right to have stricter guidelines.


    NPW Resources


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