Help Us Add More Courses!
At Changing Lanes, our goal is to turn out indispensable employees. Changing Lanes aims to help low-income, low-skilled, formerly incarcerated, and underserved communities access new opportunities. Specifically, we train these marginalized communities as property managers in New York City's many privately managed buildings. There are many real estate management companies in New York City, and they need people to help keep their buildings clean, up to code, and collect rent. Property managers in New York City can make as much as $190,000 a year. However, a university education is not necessary to be a high-earning property manager. One can even be a property manager with a criminal background, as our founder John Davis has found through his own experience. As an organization, we want to do everything we can to help our students turn their lives around, including giving them the most competitive skills for a stable, high-earning career. Our courses are entirely free, along with our other services, including career counseling, legal help, and financial education.
This project is to create lesson plans for our New York City Department of Buildings Compliance course. We also need to hire an instructor for this course.
- Next milestone