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June 2016
YLNG had the pleasure of speaking with Brenda Burgos, Senior Administrative Assistant in the Department of Pediatrics Chair’s/Administration Office, and Guillermo Morales, Material’s Assistant at the Yale University’s Library Shelving Facility in ...
April 2015
The leaders of the Board of Alders Black and Hispanic Caucus called on the city’s employers to “open the pipeline” and hire local people. In the caucus’s annual State of the City Address Thursday night, Hill Alder Dolores Colon (pictured above right...
April 2015
 Alder Delphine Clyburn, D-20, and Alder Dolores Colon, D-6, delivered rousing speeches during Monday’s annual Black and Hispanic Caucus State of the City address, calling for improved job access to residents that brought a packed aldermanic chamber...
March 2015
Latasha Ransome told a packed City Hall crowd that she has “lived in New Haven all my life. But I’ve never worked in New Haven.” Ransome (at left) and others delivered a message at a Monday night forum: New Haven has plenty of workers, but too few...
March 2015
After losing her job as a banker during the financial crisis of 2007, Kelly Moore said she felt she was still a solid candidate for another position. Undeterred after losing her job, she ended up earning her bachelor’s degree, and sending...
June 2014
One year after he showed up at New Haven Works unemployed, Josue Rodriguez is wrapping up an internship at Yale’s IT department—and confident he’s close to landing a full-time job. Rodriguez (pictured above with Nancy Flowers-Mangs, his mentor at...
June 2014
With all the pomp usually reserved for the campaign trail, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy delivered a rousing speech Thursday on jobs and the efforts of the New Haven Works program. Malloy was on hand to mark the one-year anniversary of New Haven Works, a...

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