The Department for the Aging
trains the students on how to interact with the elderly, and The Jewish Home, during its initial contact with the youths, sets up appointments through its connections with the participating contracted high schools and the Intergenerational Work Study Program to coordinate an interview with each youth before his or her acceptance into the program.
Table 2 Contracts Awarded by Selected New York City Agencies, 1998 Agency Number of contracts Administration for Children's Services 1,165 Department for the Aging
1,068 Department of Employment 474 Department of Homeless Services 503 Department of Social Services 1,151 Total 4,361 Agency Value of contracts Administration for Children's Services $1,066,966,715 Department for the Aging
126,166,455 Department of Employment 67,576,580 Department of Homeless Services 252,927,848 Department of Social Services 436,413,022 Total $1,950,050,620 Source: City of New York, Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1998; actual year-end figures may differ significantly.
REBNY's Residential Brokerage Division partnered with the NYC Department for the Aging
for REBNY's Annual Summer Donation Drive 2013, which ends Monday, Sept.