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Long Beach Centro Community Hispanic Association announces $40,000 S. Mark Taper Foundation Grant

Long Beach Centro Community Hispanic Association announces $40,000 S. Mark Taper Foundation Grant

It is with great pleasure that Centro CHA Inc. announces receipt of a $40,000 grant from the S. Mark Taper Foundation. These funds will provide general operating support for the organization to enhance free positive family and community strengthening services through case-management, workforce development, college access, summer safety alternatives and safe passages, counseling, immigration legal services and referrals to other agencies. Our goal is to reduce violence and promote safe and…

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Central States SER

Central States SER

Central States SER (SER) is a workforce development and education organization that believes in the potential of each and every individual.  Since our inception in 1987, SER has assisted thousands of marginalized and disadvantaged residents from across the City of Chicago and suburban Cook County in achieving their career and academic goals through quality employment, education and training programs.

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El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center

El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center

Our MISSION: Is to empower our community to lead healthy and comfortable lives with access to health care; safe, affordable housing; opportunities for education; and the leadership skills to eliminate disparities. To accomplish this mission, El Sol’s goal is to provide cultural services that promote the well-being of the community.

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Southside United HDFC – Los Sures

Southside United HDFC – Los Sures

Southside United H.D.F.C., better known as “Los Sures®,” is a community-based, non-profit organization that has served as an integral part in rebuilding the South Side of Williamsburg, Brooklyn since 1972. Los Sures has undertaken large-scale rehabilitation of many buildings, allowing families and individuals to live comfortably and creating a safe and sustainable neighborhood. Additionally, the organization provides a multitude of much-needed services, including a senior center and a food pantry…

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Neighborhood Association for Inter-Cultural Affairs, Inc.

Neighborhood Association for Inter-Cultural Affairs, Inc.

The Neighborhood Association for Inter-Cultural Affairs, Inc., (NAICA) is a designated tax-exempt not-for-profit corporation in New York established under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3). The organization has been providing housing intervention and assistance services to residents of the Bronx since 1974…

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Southeastern Massachusetts SER-Jobs for Progress, Inc.

Southeastern Massachusetts SER-Jobs for Progress, Inc.

Since 1979, SER-Jobs has held numerous contracts from a variety of funding sources whose goals coincide with those of our stated mission and is recognized in the Southeastern Massachusetts region as a leader in the adult education, training, and employment fields. Throughout its history, SER-Jobs has been a vibrant trendsetter and on the forefront of confronting the social, cultural, and economic concerns of our community.

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Centro CHA, Inc.

Centro CHA, Inc.

Centro CHA is a non-profit Hispanic/Latino human and social service agency formed in 1992 and incorporated in 1999. Since 1992, Centro CHA strives to create a record of service that advances and advocates extensively for the well-being of underrepresented, low-income Hispanic children, youth and families in the City of Long Beach.

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Adelante Mujeres: Meet Brianda

Adelante Mujeres: Meet Brianda

Meet Brianda. Her life has been far from easy. Now she’s looking to the future for Latina girls in Oregon. When the Trump administration decided to end DACA, Brianda knew she couldn’t panic. As a mother, one of her main priorities is to stay strong when faced with challenges. “Maybe it’s because I’ve gone through a lot, but also because I have kids, I feel…

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LaAmistad: Helping Communities Exceed Expectations Since 2001

LaAmistad: Helping Communities Exceed Expectations Since 2001

LaAmistad is a community supported non-profit organization that works to empower Latino students and families to achieve their ultimate potential. LaAmistad provides a comprehensive programming structure that incorporates after-school tutoring, parent workshops, English language courses as well as educational…

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LEF Creates Opportunities for College-Bound Latino Students

LEF Creates Opportunities for College-Bound Latino Students

The Latino Education Fund (LEF) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization providing scholarship opportunities, educational outreach, career development services, financial literacy and policy development to college bound Latino students. Heberto M. Sanchez, founded LEF to create a much-needed resource to the Latino students and young adults by providing information on college preparedness, career development and financial awareness. LEF’s mission is to prepare…

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Centro Latino de San Francisco

Centro Latino de San Francisco

Centro Latino de San Francisco (CLSF) is a 501(c) non-profit and community-based organization owned and operated by the Latino Community, primarily serving the elderly, and adults with disabilities.  Incorporated in 1986 and located in the heart of the Mission District of San Francisco, CLSF has served the community for over 40 years! We currently provide on-site and home delivered meals serving freshly prepared nutritious meals, ESL (English as a Second Language Classes),…

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Campesinos Unidos

Campesinos Unidos

The mission of Campesinos Unidos is to promote fair, greater and better Social, Economic, Educational and Employment Opportunities for all residents in our communities. In 1969, the United State Office of Economic Opportunity granted the Rural Development Corporation in Los Angeles a $400,000 grant for the development of a program that would consist of two components: a Tuition…

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SER – Jobs for Progress of the Texas Gulf Coast Success Story: Ray Navarez

SER – Jobs for Progress of the Texas Gulf Coast Success Story: Ray Navarez

Magnolia-native Ray Navarez and his family call Houston’s east end home. Raised in a single-parent household, Ray watched his immigrant mother struggle to find employment – working odd jobs and long hours to provide for the family. With no father figure at home, Ray often looked to his uncle for guidance. As a child, Ray’s uncle would tell him “a man’s job is to be able to confront any problem and never…

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Providing Affordable Housing and Social Services throughout California

Providing Affordable Housing and Social Services throughout California

At SER Jobs For Progress, Inc. of San Joaquin Valley, we strive to help our community members throughout California acquire affordable housing and comprehensive management services. Our goal is to help better the community by giving people the boost they need during hard times. Our team dedicates their time to assisting individuals and families…

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AT&T Awards SER Metro-Detroit $9,000 to Support Youth Education

AT&T Awards SER Metro-Detroit $9,000 to Support Youth Education

SER YouthBuild Learning Academy serves to provide learners with the opportunity to acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to become successful citizens of a global society. SER Youthbuild Learning Academy is structured for students to participate in academic instruction in the classroom with a virtual learning experience…

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SER-Jobs for Progress Florida

SER-Jobs for Progress Florida

SER-Jobs for Progress is one of Florida’s leading providers of workforce development services.  Founded in 1978 in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami, the organization’s area of service has stretched from Lake Okeechobee to the Florida Keys, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Everglades.

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Adelante Mujeres: Finding Peace at ESPERE

Adelante Mujeres: Finding Peace at ESPERE

Jaime moved to the U.S. from Mexico fifteen years ago, and for those fifteen years he has lived with his long-time partner, who is now his wife. They now have a four-year-old daughter together. Like most relationships of ten years or more, things haven’t been easy for Jaime and his wife.

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SER Metro – Detroit and SERCO Attended the 2017 Annual Texas Workforce Conference at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel in Dallas, Texas.

SER Metro – Detroit and SERCO Attended the 2017 Annual Texas Workforce Conference at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel in Dallas, Texas.

Together We Make Texas Stronger — Texas Workforce Solutions! Local Workforce Development Boards (Boards), workforce and vocational rehabilitation partners, and educational partners stand ready to fulfill the needs of both employers and job seekers. Texas Workforce Solutions supports Texas communities in the development and facilitation of state-of-the-art programming that enhances the potential for success of businesses and job seekers.

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Stories of Success from La Alianza Hispana

Stories of Success from La Alianza Hispana

“We came to Boston to study. My mother was an elementary school teacher in Puerto Rico and my father was a construction worker. When we arrived in 1968, the only jobs available for my parents were in the factories producing war supplies. My parents worked incredibly hard and struggled with learning English and teaching us English as well. They knew that in order to get ahead and realize their dreams, we all needed better educational…”

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La Cocina VA: Combating Unemployment and Hunger with Careers in the Food Service Industry

La Cocina VA: Combating Unemployment and Hunger with Careers in the Food Service Industry

La Cocina VA, one of our affiliates, is doing incredible things!

Located in Arlington, Virginia, La
Cocina equips unemployed and underemployed Hispanic adults with the skills and certification necessary to work in the culinary and hospitality industry. Participants also improve their English skills as they prepare to enter the workforce…

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