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New chief Reynolds (right) at Wednesday’s board meeting.
December 2012
It’s not open yet to meet job-seekers, but New Haven’s emerging “pipeline” has a new office, interim chief and bylaws. Organizers of the pipeline—a year-long effort so far to funnel unemployed and underemployed New Haveners into existing jobs—took...
Bruce Alexander
September 2012
Yale Vice President Bruce Alexander was honored in August by the New Haven Board of Alderman’s Black and Hispanic Caucus for his service to the community. Alexander, who heads Yale’s Office of New Haven and State Affairs, was given the...
Dry run: Job-seekers at a recent city-run screening session.
August 2012
New Haven’s civic leaders have hatched an idea: Create a new organization. And 1,000 New Haveners will find jobs over the next four years. The idea is the result of meetings of a “working group” at the Chamber of Commerce involving corporate honchos...
Yale’s Lauren Zucker speaks with Dwight Alderman Frank Douglass.
July 2012
In a discussion about improving town/gown relations with Yale, city lawmakers offered several suggestions: help set up the “jobs pipeline,” expand the university’s homebuyer program, and extend Yale shuttle service to all New Haveners. Bruce...

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