Discs of dough were flying as GOSO Guys, joined by volunteers from Deloitte and Debevoise & Plimpton, learned how to make the perfect New York
In the summer of 1969, LGBTQ+ activists took over a bar in New York’s Greenwich Village called Stonewall Inn to protest frequent discriminatory raids on gay-friendly bars, and other abuses suffered by the LGBTQ+ community. At the time, it was illegal to be openly gay in New York, and transgender rights activists like Masha P. Johnson, who led protests at Stonewall, knew they had no choice but to make a point and demand change.
Last Wednesday GOSO held a ceremony to celebrate all of the students working toward completing their education at our recently-opened GOSO Education Center with a party attended by graduates, current students and their families.
Our Guys are graduates! GOSO participant Carlos P. graduated from Bard College this past weekend, and GOSO President and CEO Mark Goldsmith was there to
GOSO staff provides holistic support to every one of our clients, focusing on emotional well-being as much as education and employment (the Three E’s!). Alongside
It’s National Teacher Appreciation Day! GOSO is fortunate to work with a number of committed educators who help our Guys achieve their academic goals. Today,
On Wednesday, April 25, 2018, the GOSO family, joined by special guest and host CNN’s John Berman, gathered at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers for
Every week, GOSO acknowledges a Participant of the Week (POTW) for his commitment and achievements. Lenox arrives at the award-winning restaurant 21 Greenpoint for work,
At 2018 Gala, post-Rikers reentry nonprofit “Getting Out and Staying Out” marks record fundraising year; honors Brooklyn author Jim St. Germain, corporate philanthropists Matthew Galligan
As published by New York NonProfit Buzz: Nonprofit Getting Out and Staying Out honored several people at an April 25 event in midtown Manhattan. CNN’s