Workforce Development

About This Service

We recognize that employment can contribute to good health and well-being. Our Workforce Development Program helps our clients find employment and succeed in the workplace. We offer comprehensive vocational assessments, training, job placement assistance, and retention services to ensure successful transitions to work and achieve greater financial independence.

What We Offer

Our team of case managers and job retention specialists provide the following services. For more information, please email Rodney Sealey, Clerical Technician, or call 212-367-1030.

  • Vocational training
  • Internships
  • Employment counseling
  • Job placement and retention assistance
  • Resume building
  • Benefits counseling
  • Financial coaching (see below for more information)

Financial Coaching
Our financial coaches can assist you in developing the skills
needed to manage money and gain financial stability in the following areas:

  • Setting financial goals
  • Budgeting and saving
  • Operating a bank account
  • Reviewing credit reports
  • Resolving debt problems/student loans
  • Public benefit and tax credit eligibility

SUNY ATTAIN Computer Lab

Our 24-station computer lab is equipped with a wide range of resources and training opportunities to help you succeed in the digital world. Some of our services include:

  • Job training
  • Computer skills development
  • Computer literacy
  • Language learning (including ESL)
  • Academic/GED test preparation
  • Industry-recognized certifications from Microsoft and Intuit


Joseph Garofalo, workforce program specialist, at or Ph. 212-367-1518.

Workforce Development

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, most of our Workforce Development services are designed to serve the needs of people who have tested positive for HIV.

Most of our The Workforce Development Program is mostly for people living with HIV/AIDS.

You can complete the secure and confidential form on this page or call (212) 367-1057. Due to COVID-19, staff are providing remote intake services by phone for people who wish to become a GMHC client and access services. Staff will assess your needs and make referrals to programs and services provided by GMHC and/or our partners throughout New York City.

Yes, our services have different eligibility requirements. An intake specialist can help you understand requirements for our different services.