Author Archives: Marcie Dingle
Vanessa E. Atterbeary, KRA Corporate Counsel, emerged from Tuesday’s general election as a winner in the race for a seat in the Maryland State House of Delegates, District 13.
Delegate-Elect Atterbeary and fellow Team 13 members Guy Guzzone, Shane Pendergrass, … Continue Reading
In May 2014, George Reevey, 21, enrolled in KRA Corporation’s Out-of-School Youth (OSY) Program, funded by the Camden County Workforce Investment Board, to obtain a diploma and a job. Determined to overcome an unproductive past, George was unwavering in his … Continue Reading
Our Spotlight! is shining brightly on KRA’s 2014 Community Care Campaign, launched in September by Knowlton R. Atterbeary, President & CEO, who announced that during October— National Domestic Violence Awareness Month—KRA and its employees would be supporting the efforts … Continue Reading
Career Agent Rhonda Feimster met with David Veney—38, single, two children—to assess his eligibility for the Non-Custodial Parent Employment Program (NPEP), and knew immediately he was qualified for an open KRA position.
NPEP, a component of PGWorks, funded by the … Continue Reading
For the third year, Charles Botts III, Subject Matter Expert and Trainer for CTWorks—operated by KRA Corporation for Capital Workforce Partners—volunteered to facilitate a Train-The-Trainers workshop at the University of Connecticut’s (UCONN) West Hartford campus.
This year, Charles … Continue Reading
Tarshae Brown enrolled in KRA’s Work Participation, Placement, and Support Services Program, funded by the Baltimore City Department of Social Services, in April 2013. A 21 year-old, homeless, high-school dropout—as a result of her first pregnancy—she, not surprisingly, had an … Continue Reading
A career-pathway goal combining Criminal Justice and Human Services might seem incongruous to some. After all, from Federal agencies—as in “Department of Health & Human Services” and “Justice Department”—to municipal administrations, these are two very different service providers.
For Bernette … Continue Reading
Recently, Maylynne Rayos, Training Account Coordinator, San Diego Metro Region America’s Job Centers of California (AJCC)—operated by KRA Corporation for the San Diego Workforce Partnership—presented at Point Loma Nazarene University’s (PLNU) 2014 session of an annual event, “Major Minute”, which … Continue Reading
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