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The City PA is a consultant managed job board and specialises in advising Start-ups, SMEs and Venture backed organisations on their recruitment and training strategies. A flexible hiring platform with training and development programmes.Attracting a stronger calibre of candidates through direct applications and acting as a middle ground between tradtional job boards and Executive search, we offer a more bespoke and affordable service to enable you to hire the right staff and retain them.Founded in 2009, we are increasingly becoming recognised as a leading recruiter and training consultancy for PAs, Sales and Operational support staff.Outsourcing administration and sales early on can allow businesses to concentrate on growing more quickly and efficiently.Services which we can advise on and offer:1.Virtual receptionists2.Virtual PAs3.Contract/temp employees for projects and cover4.Permanent hires5.HR support and advice and training6.Payroll service

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The City PA has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Compact cars
  • Continuum mechanics
  • Sewing
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10/31/2017

4/28/2020

Sewing, Compact cars, Sewing stitches, Solid mechanics, Continuum mechanics

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10/31/2017

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4/28/2020

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Sewing, Compact cars, Sewing stitches, Solid mechanics, Continuum mechanics

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Latest The City PA News

Covenant House New York City to York City Opening Doors for Homeless Youth with New DropIn Center in York City PA.

Sep 27, 2016

New York City bans chewing tobacco at Major League ballparks Covenant House proudly opened the Sanctuary Drop-In Center on Monday, September 12, 2016 with the help of Mayor C. Kim Bracey assisting in the ribbon cutting. At the opening, Covenant House Pennsylvania Executive Director John Ducoff had this to say about York City’s commitment to helping homeless youth: “This program would not be possible without the leaders in this community taking ownership of the issue of homeless youth and coming together to make a difference.” “I want to thank Mayor Bracey as well as all our community partners and Covenant House supporters,” continued Mr. Ducoff. “This program will be a place where young people will get the help they need to get -- and stay -- off the streets.” The Sanctuary Drop-In Center will provide for the immediate needs of homeless and at-risk youth , including food , clothing, hygiene supplies, and access to showers and laundry facilities. Beyond these services, the program will provide crisis counseling, vocational readiness, educational tutoring and support, life skills education, recreational activities and transportation assistance. Mayor Bracey commented at the ceremony: "We are proud to be working with Covenant House, our county partners and other service providers in the community to reach out to more of our at-risk youth.” Covenant House Pennsylvania operates in every Philadelphia zip code, first beginning its mission to serve homeless, trafficked, runaway, and at-risk youth in 1999. Since, Covenant House in Pennsylvania has grown to a 51 bed facility which not only offers immediate crisis care to teens and young adults but behavioral health services, education, and job training. Mr. Ducoff explained more about the drop-in youth facility, located at 307 E. King Street in York City: “We will be able to provide on-site, individual case management. This will allow us to make housing referrals and meet the educational, and vocational needs of each youth, so we can set individual goals and provide ongoing case management. And with the partnerships we’ve built in the community, we’ll be able to refer youths to other service providers for physical and mental health services and substance abuse counseling.” Covenant House International’s report earlier this week stated that the organization will open a new program in Berkeley, CA, and will be renovating and expanding the Rights of Passage program in Anchorage, Alaska before the end of this month. Founded in 1972, Covenant House is one of the largest privately funded agencies in the Americas helping homeless kids, providing 24/7 crisis care and ongoing support in 29 cities across six countries. For more information go to http://www.covenanthouse.org . Contact Tom Manning

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