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GREATER SYRACUSE WORKS

Building a collaborative impact model for workforce development

 

ABOUT

Since it was established in 1999, Greater Syracuse Works has leveraged over $10 million in state and federal grants to help community agencies provide employment and training opportunities for low-income residents.


In 2020, the Syracuse Community Center Collaborative assumed leadership of GSW and has reinvigorated its convening role. Together with PEACE Inc, the Collaborative has engaged new member organizations to generate a new deal for workforce development in Greater Syracuse by building synergies among programs and tearing down silos around workforce development.

 

WHAT WE DO

Greater Syracuse Works is a non-profit workforce development organization advocating for individuals across Central New York and collaborating to address barriers to employment.

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EXPANDING POSSIBILITIES

GSW convenes leaders of community-based organizations and other key stakeholders to develop strategic responses to workforce development challenges and opportunities.

BUILDING CONNECTIONS

GSW facilitates connections between employees, employers, and service providers with the goal of preparing individuals with the market-driven skills and credentials needed to be successful  in the workplace.

COLLECTIVE STRENGTH

GSW harnesses the power of partnerships and collaborations to help advocate for our clients and channel resources to respond to community needs

 

EVENTS

Greater Syracuse Works’ events provide network members a space reflect on the status of workforce development, identify future opportunities, and generate collaborations to create and sustain employment for low income individuals in the greater Syracuse area.

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QUARTERLY LEADERSHIP MEETINGS

Executive directors, their designees, and high-level leaders develop strategic solutions

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MONTHLY DIRECT SERVICE MEETINGS

Direct service staff and leaders share experiences, solve problems, build a network, and participate in training