Youth development professional William Blair has joined GOSO as our Director of Education and Employment. He will work to expand our workforce development programming to provide even more job readiness training, create more permanent job opportunities and help to enhance the overall prospects of our participants to find good careers and fulfilling lives.
We want to spotlight Terry who joined GOSO back in 2019. After a paid internship he was hired on the spot for a permanent position
GOSO is able to reach hundreds of justice-involved young men each year because we have a strong team of dedicated and passionate individuals who show
Between holiday gatherings with friends and family and the anticipation of a brighter year ahead, December is an exciting time of year. But this December
Here’s a special look back on a celebratory night that strengthened connections, commitments from our community, and secured financial support for GOSO’s participants and our
“These are people we grew up with,” said Omar Mims, a violence interrupter at SAVE Harlem. To try to prevent shootings before they happen, SAVE’s
Kudos to Chelsea Kraimer, who is among the young professionals recently honored by City and State NY as a 2021 Nonprofit 40 Under 40 Rising Star! Chelsea is
Over the last decade the word empathy has become almost annoyingly ubiquitous. There are reasons for that: when a word with important meaning resonates with
Our GOSO Justice Transformer of the Month series continues, recognizing individuals from our community who are working to create a more equitable and vibrant world.
Empathy in the Season of Thanksgiving — from Dr. Jocelynne Rainey, GOSO President & CEO This month is just getting started, and already we have