06.09.16 | No Comments
Home of the lovely Coffey Park, Red Hook Brooklyn is one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. With its rich history, gorgeous waterfront location, and burgeoning creative scene, Red Hook offers a great time to visitors and residents alike.
05.13.16 | No Comments
Nowadays, it’s tough for the new generation of kids to land their first job due to the fact that employers typically want to hire people with some grade of experience. However, don’t let that discourage you from having volunteer opportunities listed in your resume as a valuable resource.
05.11.16 | No Comments
Congratulations to all the foursomes at CityParks Golf Classic at Trump Golf Links, Ferry Point on May 9. The competition could not have been any closer– a single stroke separated the top 4 foursomes requiring a reference to the PGA rules to determine the final leaderboard!
05.10.16 | No Comments
Partnerships for Parks has a lot of exciting stuff happening this month including new staff members and over 160 It’s My Park projects planned! Each of the five boroughs welcomed a Volunteer Program Assistant who will support the upcoming It’s My Park season.
04.20.16 | No Comments
Despite the cold’s feeble attempts to overstay its welcome, spring is finally here. Public spaces citywide are now full of sprouting buds and blooming flowers, and greenery is replacing the once barren, colorless winter landscape. Coinciding with the city’s spring transformation, a record number of Capacity Fund Grants were just awarded to community park stewards.
04.04.16 | No Comments
The Community Parks Initiative (CPI) aims to rebuild historically under-resourced parks and playgrounds throughout the city to create thriving community spaces. But what is a thriving community space? To find out how communities defined “thriving community spaces,” NYC Parks hosted capital scope meetings to ask New Yorkers about what they envisioned for their local parks.
03.31.16 | No Comments
It is empowering to volunteer your time to causes you care about. Volunteering can not only positively impact your personal life but your professional life as well. The rapidly growing field of corporate social responsibility encourages businesses to engage with their local communities while also teaching skill building with employees.
03.15.16 | No Comments
Tucked away in the southeast corner of Sunset Park is an unassuming, wooden structure that Sunset Park Compost Project members Cynthia Lamb and Amelia Estrada hope will reduce waste in their local park.