Author Archives: Marcie Dingle
Recently, the San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP) News reported the organization had received proclamations by the County of San Diego Board of Supervisors (SDBOS) and the San Diego City Council (SDCC) “naming September Workforce Development Month and recognizing SDWP’s leadership.”… Continue Reading
In June 2010, Candas Taylor was working as a Contract Attorney with a DC law firm that handles family law cases—divorce, child custody, child support—but 3 years later, found herself unemployed, job-hunting, and surviving on UI benefits.
Martha Holman, KRA … Continue Reading
Benefit recipients of Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)—formerly the “Food Stamp Program”—qualify for the PGWorks Employment and Training Program, operated by KRA Corporation for the Prince George’s County Department of Social Services.
A Sociology degree and 8+ years’ Customer … Continue Reading
On September 24, the National Association of Workforce Development’s (NAWDP) 2014 Youth Development Symposium came to a close. But for 500+ youth-development workers and stakeholders, the end of the Symposium was also the beginning of a renewed resolve to address … Continue Reading
Recently, the San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP), KRA’s client for the operation of the San Diego Metro Region Career Centers, sponsored a Workforce Conference: Future Employment in Our Priority Sectors, to share research data related to the Advanced Manufacturing, … Continue Reading
Recently, Knowlton R. Atterbeary, KRA President & CEO, announced the launch of the firm’s 2014 Community Care Campaign, stating, “During October, National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, KRA employees, coast-to-coast, will be supporting the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence in … Continue Reading
Our current headline proudly joins two previous ones: December 31, 2012, KRA Employee Produces Videos for NAWDP, and June 3, 2013, KRA’s Seymour Creates Second NAWDP Plenary Video.
For the third year in a row, Joe Seymour has developed … Continue Reading
Aiesha, 37, mother of a 7-year old, graduated a local Career Institute with a Medical Office Assistant degree in May. Anxious to find work, she enrolled the same month in the Community Work Experience/Job Skills Training Program, operated by … Continue Reading
On September 30, 2013, the San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP) News headlined “Open – Bank of America Merrill Lynch Career Center, reporting, “The new San Diego Central Library…offers free career development services to job seekers…made possible through a $400,000 … Continue Reading
Our Spotlight! is shining brightly on a scenario created by a dedicated Career Agent, a grateful jobseeker, and a strategic “e-source” growing in use among KRA Corporation programs across the country—accessing social networking sites (SNS) to assist customers in finding, … Continue Reading