Help Address Barriers that Prevent Career Growth for the Nation’s Poorest

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How Do I Take Action? Your donation helps our students and graduates continue striving for their careers and those working to build a new life through a career by giving a student the clothing and equipment needed for a new job or by bringing a student five remote one-on-one career coaching and support sessions with staff.

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The nation’s poorest are being left out of economic growth, intensifying the negative impact of poverty and hopelessness in those communities.

The majority of people who walk through our doors have no source of income, yet the majority of graduates go on to gain meaningful employment and achieve economic self-sufficiency.

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Importance Importance

STRIVE represents support, delivered through comprehensive wraparound services designed to address barriers that prevent career growth. Even after graduates find employment, STRIVE continues its long-term commitment to the lifetime success of our graduates.

Facts & Stats Facts & Stats
  • 32 million adults are jobless or working at wages that can’t support them or their families.
  • 53% of jobs need employees with skills beyond high school but not a four-year degree.
  • The labor market is only producing 43% of the need.
SDG in Action SDG in Action

Your impact donation is helping to achieve the below Sustainable Development Goals developed by the United Nations.

  • SDG8 Decent Work and Economic Growth
  • SDG4 Quality Education
  • SDG3 Good Health and Well-being
  • SDG1 No Poverty

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STRIVE

STRIVE International was founded in East Harlem in 1984 to provide job readiness, soft skills, and vocational job training and placement programs to individuals who face substantial barriers to employment. From the outset, STRIVE adopted a rigorous approach to job readiness that focused on the behaviors and life situations of individuals with significant challenges. Three decades later, STRIVE’s training and employment model has proven to be a highly flexible approach that works in diverse locations and cultures. Today, STRIVE’s programs are offered in 21 U.S. locations as well as overseas, administered by a robust network of community-based organizations and headquartered in New York City.

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STRIVE STRIVE 205 East 122nd Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10035 United States

🇺🇸 New York, New York
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