Workforce Development

COPS / Metro Alliance, Texas IAF, organizing in San Antonio, Wages, Workforce Development

COPS / Metro Raises the Stakes: Wages Now Mayoral Campaign Issue

Sunday, April 19, 2015
San Antonio Express News & More

Over 400 leaders of COPS / Metro Alliance assembled at St.

Cops/ Metro Alliance

Capital IDEA-Houston, David Brooks, Workforce Development, organizing in Houston, Texas IAF

TMO Responds to David Brooks: Programs You Call For Exist in Texas!

Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Houston Chronicle

Responding to David Brooks’ assertion that the President’s proposal to provide cost-free community college access is not enough, 

TMO

Project Quest, DOL, Homegrown IT, Workforce Development, San Antonio

Project Quest Wins $6M DOL Award

Thursday, October 16, 2014
San Antonio Express News & More

Workforce development programProject QUESTwon an award of $6 Million from the US Department of Labor to train 475 adults in the San Antonio area for living wage IT careers.

Cops/ Metro Alliance

Capital IDEA-Houston, Chase Bank, Carolyn Watson, Workforce Development, Economic Development

Chase Bank Applauds Capital IDEA-Houston & Invests $100K

Thursday, August 28, 2014
Carolyn Watson

Carolyn Watson, Chase Bank VP of Corporate Responsibility, announced the award of $100K to Capital IDEA-Houston at a meeting of the Houston Community College Board of Trustees. Capital IDEA-Houston, established by leaders of TMO as a labor market intermediary...

TMO

Capital IDEA-Houston, Workforce Development, Economic Development, TMO, Liz Valdez, Community Organizing in Houston, Community Organizing in Texas

TMO Leverages Additional Half Million for Job Training in Houston

Thursday, June 19, 2014
The Houston Chronicle

Less than a month after Capital IDEA Houston won a Texas Innovative Adult Career Education (ACE) grant, TMO leaders asked the City of Houston to invest local dollars.  The Council responded, with an additional $500K for Capital IDEA-Houston. 

TMO

living wages, AISD, Davis-Bacon, Minerva Camarena-Skeith, Workforce Development

Austin Interfaith Fights for School-Construction Wage Standard

Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Telemundo Austin

Asserting that adoption of the federal Davis-Bacon wage standard will raise the negotiating power of construction workers, Austin Interfaith leaders testified at an AISD school board meeting that the current 200-based wages are inadequate for families to affords to live in Austin.

Austin Interfaith

Arizona IAF, community organizing in Arizona, Workforce Development, higher education, Maricopa Community Colleges, Monica Dorcey, Joe Rubio

VIP Supports Maricopa Community Colleges in Arizona

Wednesday, May 28, 2014
The Republic

Says VIP leader Monica Dorsey:

"If you don't have a skilled workforce you're not going to have an economic recovery for everybody."

Valley Interfaith Project

Workforce Development, Economic Development, Public Accountability, Maryland IAF, PATH, Community Organizing in Maryland

Maryland IAF Public Action Geared Towards Jobs, Not Jabs

Friday, May 23, 2014
The Baltimore Sun

Why can't the big televised debates be run this way?

"We want your responses to these questions, not your critiques of each other," the Rev. Nancy Ladd warned the three gubernatorial hopefuls seated in the front pew of a packed St. Matthew Catholic Church.
The Maryland Industrial Areas Foundation promoted its May 14 candidates forum in Baltimore as being geared toward "jobs, not jabs."

PATH

Workforce Development, Texas IAF, Community Organizing in Houston, Capital IDEA-Houston, Elizabeth Valdez

TMO's Capital IDEA Praised by Texas Representatives Zerwas & Turner

Friday, May 23, 2014
National Public Radio

Republican State Representative John Zerwas had high praise for TMO's Capital IDEA-Houston, stating that he could find no better use of $500,000 than the new workforce development program.   TMO leaders celebrated the Accelerated Contiuing Education (ACE) award, the program of which was established with the help of Texas IAF sister organizations....

TMO

Workforce Development, Economic Development, Texas IAF, Community Organizing in Texas, EPISO, Border Interfaith

ARRIBA Celebrates 1,000th Grad & ACE Award of Half Million

Thursday, May 22, 2014
El Paso Times

The same week Project ARRIBA celebrated its one thousandth graduate from its workforce development program, leaders celebrated the announcement that it had won $500,000 to expand access to training to 300 more individuals in El Paso...

EPISO

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