Program The 100 Black Men of Syracuse’s Economic Empowerment Program, which presents workshops and develops strategies to meet its goals, is based on the 100 Black Men of America’s Economic Empowerment Program.
100 Black Men of Syracuse embraces economic empowerment as an essential component toward creating a just society. We believe economic growth must be fostered for all citizens of the United States. Economic empowerment provides the opportunity for individuals and communities to create their own dreams, pursue them and ultimately perpetuate them by establishing the mechanisms to sustain generational wealth. Our stair-steps approach is used to develop initiatives that promote economic self-sufficiency through:
- Future 100
- financial literacy
- Hillrom Partnership
- workforce development
100 Black Men of Syracuse partners with economic development organizations and government agencies to develop and provide programs and strategies that strengthen the black community’s economic base. And, we support businesses that create employment and build upon home ownership in the black community.
One such partnership is with Jubilee Homes, which is working with the 100 and the City of Syracuse to recruit candidates for CDL and Laborer II positions. If you’re interested and ready to get to work, use the registration link below or us if you need application or Resume assistance prior to the event. (315) 428-0070 and ask for Twiggy. This is an in-person hiring hall, taking place at the DPW safety Trailer.
- Jubilee Homes’ Build to Work Program Brochure
- CenterState CEO Start Your Business
- CenterState CEO UP Start business program
- CEO CenterState Pathway to Apprenticeship program
- City of Syracuse’s Syracuse Build construction work training program
- CNY Works
- SCORE for Black Entrepreneurs
- Upstate Minority Economic Alliance (UMEA)
- McKinsey & Company Report (2021): The economic state of Black America: What is and what could be