Saturday, January 30, 2016

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Friday, January 22, 2016

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Friday, April 24, 2015

Grant Opportunity: Youth Opportunity Fund

This week the Citi Foundation and America’s Promise Alliance launched the Youth Opportunity Fund, a new component of the Citi Foundation’s Pathways to Progress initiative. This $3 million grant fund seeks to support innovative programs that prepare low-income youth, ages 16 to 24, for lifelong success.
Given your organization’s commitment to youth economic opportunity, we invite you to submit an idea for consideration or help us spread the word to your networks. 

The Youth Opportunity Fund will award one-year grants up to $250,000 to nonprofits in 10 major U.S. cities: Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York City, St. Louis, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.

We’re investing in nonprofits that partner with municipal governments, leverage technology, collaborate across key sectors, and serve as models for replication and scalability.

The Youth Opportunity Fund builds on the Citi Foundation’s Pathways to Progress initiative – a three-year $50 million commitment to give 100,000 low-income youth in the United States the opportunity to develop the workplace skills and leadership experience necessary to compete in a 21st century economy.

For more information about the Youth Opportunity Fund and to submit your program idea please visit theAmerica’s Promise website
.  The deadline for submissions is May 22, 2015.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Google Fiber Blog: Advancing digital literacy in Kansas City

Google Fiber Blog: Advancing digital literacy in Kansas City: From helping job-seekers expand their digital skills to teaching seniors how to email long-distance relatives, organizations in Kansas City ...

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Modernizing Workforce Development, With States as Key Partners

U.S. Deputy Secretary of Labor Christopher P. Lu, at right, addresses the National Association of State Workforce Agencies' 2015 Winter Policy Forum in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 19. Listening, from left, are: Curt Eysink, executive director of the Louisiana Workforce Commission; Renee Olson, administrator of the Nevada Department Employment Training and Rehabilitation; and Mark Henry, executive director of the Mississippi Department of Employment Security. Click for a larger photo.

State workforce agencies are integral to the department's ability to expand employment opportunities and ensure fair and safe workplaces. On Feb. 19, representatives from many of these organizations gathered in Washington, D.C., for the National Association of State Workforce Agencies' 2015 Winter Policy Forum. Topics discussed included the president's proposed fiscal year 2016 budget and the continually improving economy and labor market. The implementation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act — the first major reform to federal job training programs in more than 15 years — was of particular interest to many. Deputy Secretary of Labor Christopher P. Lu thanked the participants for their contributions to the economic recovery. He emphasized the importance of partnerships at the federal, state and local levels and how partnerships are essential to WIOA's success. "WIOA will modernize workforce development, building an even more integrated, job-driven system that links job seekers with local and regional employers," Lu said.

Learn About the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act


Washburn Law sets free legal clinics for veterans

Veterans or their family members who need legal help on matters of wills, living wills and durable powers of attorney can receive free help at two upcoming clinics sponsored by the Washburn University School of Law.

Two Veterans Legal Assistance Clinics are scheduled on Saturday mornings, Feb. 28 and March 28, from 9 a.m. to noon at the law school, 1700 S.W. College.

The clinic for veterans or families of those with military service will be staffed by Washburn Law students working without charge under the supervision of faculty members. Those seeking assistance will undergo an initial screening before meeting with upper-level students who have been certified by the Kansas Supreme Court to be legal interns at the school's Law Clinic.

Veterans or their family members are asked to bring proof of military connection and must meet financial eligibility requirements. Information about eligibility can be obtained by calling (785).670-1191.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

What is Good Social Media Content?

Effective social media means keeping things interesting, engaging and helpful. The ultimate goal is to get followers to share and participate. But, what is 'good' content? Is it staying away from political, spammy or unethical posts? Yes, but it's not that simple. We live in a socially saturated world that demands worthwhile messages that quickly grab our interest.

Some things to consider:

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