Changing Lanes Incorporated
- Education & Literacy
- Race & Ethnicity
Location2235 Fredrick Douglass BlvdNew York, NY 10027 United States
To build self confidence and independence in those who experienced abuse, the formerly incarcerated, immigrants, and at risk youth, by providing job training, mental health counseling treatment referrals, and financial literacy to become productive members of society.
Our purpose is to provide educational and work training opportunities to formerly incarcerated individuals, victims of abuse, immigrants and at-risk youth, in the areas of code compliance and maintenance at no financial cost to the participant.
There are many real estate management companies in New York City and the surrounding area. These companies need people to manage their buildings- make sure the buildings are clean, up to code, and that rent is being paid. This is called property management or real estate management. Property managers in New York City can make as much as $190,000 a year according to Salary.com. No high school degree is required, and in fact, you can do this job with a criminal record, as our founder, John Davis, has found through his own experience as a formerly incarcerated youth.
Changing Lanes gives underserved individuals the skills needed to be successful in property management and real estate management in New York City. Our courses are free. In addition to free skills courses, we also give free career advising, financial education, mental health referral services, legal help, and credit repair.