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Living Redemption Community Development Corporation
(dba Living Redemption Youth Opportunity Hub)

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Welcome to Work at LRCDC!

Do you have a passion for working with youth and communities? Are you a progressive and creative thinker? Do you have a vision for potential, to see people and communities be all they can be and experience lasting change and transformation? If this sounds like you, we would like to meet you!

Our Mission is Saving Lives and Healing Communities One Relationship at a Time.

Our Vision is Live Free, Live Full, Leave a Legacy!

We are a team-centered growing organization with a culture of grace, empowerment, creativity, commitment, and initiative. Our goal is to impact lasting change and transformation among those we serve, the youth and families in our communities of Central and West Harlem.

We offer competitive benefits. If you would like to join our team, view our jobs list below and apply for current job openings. We look forward to hearing from you.

Careers at Living Redemption

Virtual Career Fair

Living Redemption is hosting a Virtual Career Fair this Saturday, March 11th, from 10 am to 1:00 pm.

To register for the Virtual Career Fair, please complete the Registration Form here

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Current Job Openings

NSTAT/MAP Credible Messenger/Outreach Specialist (St. Nicholas Houses)

Reports to:            Program Director, NeighborhoodStat (NSTAT)  Classification:       Full-Time / Exempt  ORGANIZATION Living Redemption Community Development Corporation (LRCDC) is an independent Harlem-based nonprofit, dba Living Redemption Youth Opportunity Hub (LRYOH), founded in 2019 to catalyze Central and West Harlem’s homegrown “Credible Messengers,” who are part of the larger Credible Messenger and Transformative Mentoring Movement. With a

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Charles B. Rangel Infrastructure Workforce Initiative

What is the Charles B. Rangel Infrastructure Workforce Initiative? At the intersection of education and opportunity, the new Charles B. Rangel Center Infrastructure Workforce Initiative (RIWI) at The City College of New York will equip historically underserved communities with analytical and operational skills through innovative curricula, simulation-based training, and experiential learning to help them pursue career paths in

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Youth Services Coordination (YSC)
Pilot Program Social Worker, YSC

Youth Coordination Services Social Workers will support the full coordination of services for their assigned locations or sites in Manhattan, NY. This role will directly supervise the site’s assigned Case Manager(s) and Navigator(s). Social workers will regularly interface with the Project’s senior leadership, families of participating youth, local city agency caseworkers, community-based partners, and MOCJ staff, as appropriate.

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