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First and foremost thank you for all the help.
I am a full time Baruch College student that has been living in the street homeless for the past five years.
I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t have a criminal record.
I always treat all the HRA staff and security guards with the absolute utmost respect at all times. Most of the welfare recipients are respectful with the HRA staff like myself but it’s still a demanding job for the HRA team and they are appreciated.
I’m not taking any classes this summer at Baruch College.
I was signed up for two classes and I dropped them both.
I dropped one summer class at Baruch College on June 13, 2022. I dropped the second Baruch College summer class a week or two later.
Fall 2022 I’m signed up for a full time schedule at Baruch College. That starts on August 25, 2022.
In the meantime I did all the preparation to work for RF CUNY at Baruch College although I don’t believe there are any job openings.
I went on a RF CUNY interview for the library and they said they had a large number of applicants for the position so they couldn’t hire me.
When I was at LaGuardia Community College before Baruch College I was able to obtain a job with RF CUNY very easily. I assume that’s because it’s a much smaller school.
At first I didn’t realize how competitive RF CUNY is at Baruch College so I was asking for the library. Now that I realize I might not be able to land a RF CUNY job at all I notified the CUNY Edge office I’ll take a job in any department.
The reason for this note is that classes don’t start again until August 25, 2022.
Due to the fact that there are no openings at RF CUNY I’m unable to find a job so I’m not working.
I’m still receiving the MetroCard money every week. If I’m not supposed to be receiving the MetroCard money I just wanted to point it out because I don’t want anything that isn’t mine. I always follow the HRA rules exactly as they are required.
I just recertified my public assistance case so I’m set until June 2023. I just don’t believe I’m supposed to receive the MetroCard money if I’m not working for RF CUNY and I’m off from school. That was my experience last summer.
Thank you and have a great day.
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