Career Resource Center

Our Career Resource Center provides workshops, seminars, and career building opportunities to augment one’s life through various stages of career development.

Starting at age 8, our Take Our Children To Work Day and career shadow day programs allow children, adolescents and teens to widen their career aspirations. They are given a firsthand look into various industries and functions to cultivate their future careers. In partnership with a diverse group of organizations, Tuesday’s Children’s Take Our Children to Work Day program offers a unique opportunity to participate in a valuable workplace experience that allows a young person to envision their future through a practical, hands-on work day at a venue of their choosing.

Working closely with our Youth Mentoring Program, participation in CRC programs has led to interviews, internship and job placements, college acceptance, and Career Coach matches.

With programming for college-age adults as well as adults looking for a career transition, Tuesday’s Children provides workshops on topics such as effective job search and defining career goals, resume building, personal branding, and interview prep, alongside networking opportunities with some of the top NYC professionals and companies.

As a complement to our Career Resource Center, in 2017 we are launching the Career Connectors program.  Career Connectors are professionals who will volunteer their time to give career advice and support to Career Candidates, the teens and young adults in our community. Our Career Connectors are committed to working with their matched participants to answer questions about career development, educational decisions, resume building, internships, interviewing and networking.









Corporate Partners


Have participated in Take Our Children to Work Day, one of many programs from the Career Resource Center.

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Upcoming Program


College Essay Writing Workshop

Tuesday’s Children will be holding a College Essay Writing Workshop on Sunday, September 18th at Fordham Lincoln Center in NYC from 12-4pm.  In partnership with Fordham University and Howard...