Streetwise Partners, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 279
11 Park Place 7th Floor New York NY 10007 USA
The mission of Streetwise Partners is to build mentoring relationships between low-income individuals and volunteer business professionals to develop workplace skills and employment networks as the bridge to a successful career.
StreetWise Partners' vision is that one day every citizen will have the skills and opportunities to become economically self-sufficient and achieve his or her full potential.
One day all corporations will create workplace practices and volunteering opportunities that benefit talent from low-income communities.
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StreetWise Partners has helped me reinvent myself, access my skills, and change my weaknesses to strengths. They were essential in helping me learn the skills necessary to adapt to this job market. My son became a fellow soon after. He has referred two of his friends, who are active in the program. My nephew also joined SWP in October 2011. I am looking forward to seeing him reach his potential.My advice to someone who is interested in applying for StreetWise Partners would be to evaluate your situation. Decide what your interests are, set your goals, and become dedicated. Do not become idle, success is a choice.
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