Together, our team helps spring the potential of NYC nonprofits into the progress of young people. Be part of the movement helping the youth soar.

Join Our Team

NYC is home to some of the best and brightest youth in the world, but too much of their potential remains unrealized. There are over 1,500 organizations helping youth in New York, and Youth INC identifies those that want to deepen their impact and build the strong and sustainable organizations required to help young people thrive.  

We help our nonprofit partners build their capacity in critical areas, including: improving fundraising and governance practices, leadership development, building boards, strategic planning, marketing and funding critical elements of infrastructure. We serve as the bridge for bringing academic insight and evidence-based best practices with talent and resources from the corporate sector to provide our nonprofit partners with the tools to thrive.  Our double bottom line is that thriving organizations help young people thrive!  We currently partner with 80+ youth development organizations that work with over 250,000 NYC youth each year.

We believe our team is the heart and soul of our 25+ year old organization. Our team is a diverse group of fun, engaging, savvy people who care deeply about making the world a more just and equitable place. Our work place culture is dynamic, entrepreneurial, supportive and collaborative.  We value work-life balance and welcome ideas and suggestions from everyone about how to improve and grow our organization. Above all, we are mission-driven. You will enjoy a welcoming environment, ample professional-development opportunities, and great benefits like excellent health care and a generous 401(k) match.

We also take a genuine interest in the career paths of our team. We take pride in developing and advancing our people, which is demonstrated by 70% of our staff partners having been promoted within the last 24 months.

We're proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.