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Over $500,000 Awarded to Increase Employment for Homeless Jobseekers
We are happy to announce the five awardees for the Connections Project! The Connections Project, the flagship effort of the National
Center on Employment & Homelessness (NCEH) is a three year,
place-based, systems-level collaboration and capacity-building project
focused on increasing employment and economic opportunity for homeless
jobseekers. In total, the five awardees will receive over $500,000 across the next three years to implement innovative systems change ideas that aim to increase employment and economic opportunity for homeless jobseekers.
Read more about the awardees »
National Initiatives has a New Web Home
For the past few months, we have been introducing you to National Initiatives on Poverty & Economic Opportunity (NI), the new name that is home to our three initiatives (NTJN, NCEH and B.MORE). Now, NI has rolled out a new website! We will be celebrating the new website and name all summer long, with town hall conversation webinars, new website updates and, most importantly, funny photos of the team.
Check out our new site »
Thanks for Weighing In on WIOA!
This week, we submitted comments to the
Departments of Labor and Education on WIOA's proposed rules. We had
asked for contributions from you and you delivered--the comments reflect
input from a variety of stakeholders, including workforce and human
services practitioners, anti-poverty organizations, researchers, and
many others, coming from nearly every state in the nation.
Thank you for
Want to know what we suggested for WIOA? Read our comments here »
Webinar: SNAP Employment & Training Featuring Federal & State Expert
about how your state can leverage SNAP E&T funds to serve people
facing barriers to employment? Join our webinar to learn from the
federal SNAP Office of Employment and Training, state leaders, and our
team about the most effective ways to use E&T funds.
SNAP Employment & Training: Designing & Implementing Employment
Solutions for People Facing Barriers to Employment
June 24, 2015 | 1:00 PM to 2:15 PM CDT
Register here »