IMPORTANT NOTICE: VIP continues to serve our patients and residents during this COVID-19 period. As always, we are prioritizing safety, health, and cleanliness in all of our facilities. Please view our HOURS OF OPERATION page for the latest times and care options including telehealth. For additional assistance, please call us at 718-583-5150. For emergencies, please call 9-1-1.

VIP Community Services prepares clients for the workforce with a range of vocational services including:

  • Computer lab for skills assessments and trainings
  • Adult basic education and literacy classes
  • Job fairs and career forums to connect you to employers
  • Job preparation classes to help you build a strong resume and have a successful interview
  • GED preparation in collaboration with Bronx Community College

Job Fair

VIP will host a job fair in the Bronx on Tuesday, September 15, 2020 from 10am-2pm (outside on the corner of 176th St. and 1870 Crotona Ave).
✔️ Learn about open positions in different industries including Administrative, Construction, Healthcare, Maintenance, Nonprofits, NYC agencies, Security, and more. Employers will appear virtually.
✔️A list of all participating employers will be provided to all attendees to ask follow-up questions, send resumes, and schedule interviews
✔️ Be prepared for employment by setting up an appointment for a health assessment and COVID-19 testing

For a listing of employers who will be participating in our job fair, please click HERE.

Human Rights in Employment, Housing, and other areas

VIP Community Services partners with the NYC Human Rights Commission to empower and educate our clients about their rights. New York City Human Rights Law says it is illegal for employers to discriminate against employees, interns, job seekers, and independent contractors on the basis of:

Age • Arrest or Conviction Record • Caregiver Status • Color • Credit History • Disability • Gender • Gender Identity • Immigration Status • Marital or Partnership Status • Military Service • National Origin • Pre-employment Marijuana Testing • Pregnancy • Race • Religion/Creed • Salary History • Sexual and Reproductive Health Decisions • Sexual Orientation • Status as Victim of Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, or Stalking • Unemployment Status

Click HERE to download the fact sheets (in English and Spanish) to learn more about your rights and how to file a complaint with the Commission.