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Since 1948, the ILR School has worked with NYC policymakers, businesses, worker organizations, not-for-profits, and community groups to improve the workplace. Today, we continue to provide educational services, research, and guidance for addressing employment challenges – including the new realities created by the COVID-19 pandemic – facing NYC, New York State, and the world. 

 

Webinar: Permanent Impact on the Public Sector Workforce

Join us for a panel discussion on 1/27/2021 about how NYC and NYS public sector organizations have made changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic and what the workplace might look like when we go back to “normal."
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ILR's Avgar's Study Finds Training Benefits Home-Care Workers

ILR's Avgar's Study Finds Training Benefits Home-Care Workers
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Cunningham Facilitates Climate Change and Offshore Wind (OSW) Training

Zach Cunningham, Training and Education Extension Associate, delivered Climate Change and Offshore Wind (OSW) Training to New York union leaders.
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ILR in NYC Stories

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As part of the NYC community, the work and research of the ILR faculty, staff, and students focus on NYC workplace and employment issues.  Check out some of our latest projects.

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Webinar: Permanent Impact on the Public Sector Workforce

Join us for a panel discussion on 1/27/2021 about how NYC and NYS public sector organizations have made changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic and what the workplace might look like when we go back to “normal."
person waving at her computer where participants are in online meeting

Collaboration With Weill

ILR Associate Dean of Outreach Ariel Avgar is working with faculty at Weill Cornell Medicine to research the working conditions of low-wage frontline health care professionals in New York to assess the impact on patient care.
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ILR's Avgar's Study Finds Training Benefits Home-Care Workers

ILR's Avgar's Study Finds Training Benefits Home-Care Workers
illustrates remote medical workers

Training and Education

ILR offers professional development education and a master's degree program for people and organizations in NYC.  All of our programs are currently offered virtually. Follow the links to explore upcoming offerings.

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Professional Education
Find out more about our professional education
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Find out more about our professional education
Master of Professional Studies (MPS), NYC
Find out about our MPS in NYC
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Find out about our MPS in NYC

Interview: Alex Colvin speaks with Bob Hoyt about the pandemic and the financial sector

Alex Colvin speaks with Bob Hoyt of Barclays (soon to join HSBC) about the effects of the pandemic on financial-services and banking firms.
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Use the School District COVID-19 Tracker to understand pandemic patterns

Use the School District COVID-19 Tracker as an interactive mapping tool to understand the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on New York State.
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Working with a Disability during COVID-19: Providing Additional Accommodations

During the pandemic, both employers and employees may need to be more creative and flexible as they work together to respond to requests for altered or additional accommodations.
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Student Interns

ILR students work as interns and research fellows with organizations in NYC. Their projects and research provide organizations with valuable assistance, and the internships give ILR students critical real-life experiences for their future education and work life. For information on how to have ILR students work with you:

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Shadowing and Short-Term Projects

ILR Career Services offers terrific opportunities for employers to support ILR students' career interests while increasing their brand presence on campus.

See current short-term opportunities
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See current short-term opportunities
ILR Credit Interns

ILR Internships offer sponsors an opportunity to have students work for a full semester and earn credit.

Learn how to request an ILR intern
Learn how to request an ILR intern