Author Archives: Marcie Dingle
Jeanette Lowdon had lived and traveled throughout Africa and Europe for 27 years. After her last entrepreneurial venture—a jewelry-design business in Morocco—she returned to the States, where her sales savvy quickly gained her a Sales Agent position with a San … Continue Reading
Our Spotlight! is shining brightly on a career success story, which garnered National attention, submitted by Career Agent Jordan Finkelstein, San Diego Metro Region Career Center/American Job Centers of California, operated by KRA for the San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP).… Continue Reading
Recently, KRA reported on California’s Expanded Subsidized Employment Program that transitions public-assistance recipients from “Welfare-To-Work” by providing wage-subsidy incentives for employers to hire and train unemployed jobseekers. Connecticut’s Step Up has the same goals and objectives.
In the Greater Hartford … Continue Reading
Her job as a Restaurant Manager required single Losia Nyankale, 30, to work during hours when she needed to be home with her two children, one of which was disabled. Unwilling to cope with the irregular hours any longer, she … Continue Reading
KRA’s January Spotlight! featured a new partnership—with international restaurant chain “FCR”— which, in less than 4 months expanded from KRA/Baltimore to three more TANF programs, including the KRA/Camden [NJ] Workforce Development Program, funded by the Camden County WIB.
Before its … Continue Reading
The Non-Custodial Parent Employment Program (NPEP), operated by KRA for the Prince George’s County Department of Social Services, provides job-placement assistance for individuals struggling to stay current with child-support payments, due to lack of employment. Generally, the non-custodial parent is … Continue Reading
Recently, KRA reported that to transition cash-assistance recipients from “Welfare-To-Work” (WTW), CalWORKS added an Expanded Subsidized Employment (ESE) component. In San Diego County, ESE is administered by the San Diego Workforce Partnership—KRA client for the operation of the San … Continue Reading
Our January Spotlight! is shining brightly on a new partnership with a fast-growing, international restaurant chain, “FCR”, which was initially established with the Work Participation, Placement, and Support Services Program—operated by KRA for the Baltimore City Department of Social Services—and … Continue Reading
Recently, KRA Corporation reported on California’s Expanded Subsidized Employment (ESE) program that transitions public-assistance recipients from “Welfare-To-Work”, one of the Subsidized Employment Programs (SEP) that KRA offers across the country, including Virginia’s FEP (Full Employment Program) and Connecticut’s Step Up… Continue Reading
To transition cash-assistance recipients from “Welfare-To-Work” (WTW), as part of its WTW program, CalWORKS has added an Expanded Subsidized Employment (ESE) program.
In San Diego County, the San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP)—KRA Corporation‘s client for the operation … Continue Reading