BENEFITING: Capital Workforce Partners, Inc.
ORGANIZER: Capital Workforce Partners, Inc.
Capital Workforce Partners, Inc. wrote -
The Federal and State budgets leave non-profits like ours with many questions regarding the sustainability of the programs we operate - in our region's American Job Centers, for unemployed adults and laid-off workers; in our youth employment and training programs for both in-school and disconnected "Opportunity" youth; and with our assistance to special populations like individuals with disabilities, Veterans and former offenders.
Think of Steve - long-term unemployed, who got help from our FIRST program and is now running his own Housing non-profit.
Think of Destini - whose "tiered" summer internships in high school led her to her attending St. Josephs University for nursing and is still working part-time at the Hospital for Special Care.
Think of Lori - whose internship and 'REACH grant" support connected her to an amazing career at a Connecticut Biotech start up company.
Think of Nadine - who overcame personal hardships and an addiction, who is now back on track and in charge of her career.
Won't you consider helping us continue to provide uninterrupted, quality workforce development services and benefits to our community. A $15 donation is great, and a $250 commitment is a game changer. Come in at whatever level works for you.