Do you know someone who is a dad and needs a job?
It doesn’t matter how old their kids are, and they don’t have to have a child support order to participate in the Work for Success Program.
Work for Success Program
455 SE Golf Park Boulevard
Topeka, KS 66605
This Request for Proposal is a courtesy bid for the Topeka/Shawnee County Joint Economic Development Organization (JEDO). The intent is to solict competitive proposals from qualified firms to provide an in-depth analysis of JEDO’s Economic Development program and to include recommendations as set forth in the scope of work. The deadline for proposal submissions is April 21 at 2 pm.
CLASP’s webinar on March 24th, WIOA: Expanding Opportunities for Low-Income and Out-of-School Youth. Below, please find links to the video presentation, PowerPoint slides and additional materials relating to strategies for engaging low-income and out-of-school youth.
- CLASP’s WIOA Game Plan for Low-Income People
- New Opportunities to Improve Economic and Career Success for Low-Income Youth and Adults
In the coming weeks, detailed answers to the frequently asked questions will be circulated. In the meantime, feel free to contact CLASP staff or any of the panelists from the webinar with immediate questions.
Kisha Bird, Director of Youth Policy, email@example.com
Clyde McQueen, President & CEO, Full Employment Council, firstname.lastname@example.org
Heavenly Visions Foundation Youth Photography Program
In partnership with
Brown V. Board of Education Historic Site, Parrish Management Corporation, KTWU, GO Topeka Entrepreneurial & Minority Business Development and the Kansas African American Affairs Commission (KAAAC),
Present to Topeka
Performed by members of
The Greater Kansas City/Leavenworth Area Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers
Saturday-March 28, 2015
2:00pm – 3:30pm
Downtown Ramada Hotel and Convention Center
420 SE 6th Avenue
Topeka, Kansas 66607
This event is free to the public
To RSVP….call 785 608-3291
Deadline to RSVP is Friday-March 27, 2015