POORLAW WorkForce development will assess clients at three levels of need: Tier 1 is a 30-day short-term or quick turnaround. Clients assessed at tier 1 are those who are employable, ready for entry into a training program and have limited barriers. Clients will be assessed and transitioned into appropriate employment and/or training need within 30… Continue reading Three Tier Client Assessment
Apply Today The Workforce Development Initiative is to promote job creation and training through activities specifically designed to create skilled candidates in our communities. Our goal is to help establish economic growth and sustainability with residence, businesses and future development in our communities. Community Based Job Placement and Skills Training Supervisors … Continue reading P.O.O.R.L.A.W. is Hiring
Peace Fam! We have 5 slots left for our next session of the Hazelwood Youth Media Justice Program. Super excited to have Blak Rapp Madusa, Gretchen Neidert and Nazura Asaseyeduru as just a few of the teaching artists we have confirmed so far. Students will be focusing on building video production skills as well as… Continue reading Sign up for Fall Session!
Download Application by Clicking Here Hazelwood Youth Media Justice Program is accepting 6 new students! May – July Ages 14-18 @ Hazelwood Library on 2nd Ave Wednesdays & Thursdays thru June 4:30 – 7pm (July schedule pending on participants schedules) This session will focus on Photography and Video Recording and editing. Please contact BEFORE by… Continue reading Sign Up for our Youth Media Justice Program!
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Members of the Hazelwood Youth Media Justice Program attended the Youth Undoing Institutional Racism (YUIR) Weekend Preview on Thursday, June 11th at the Kingsley Association. Dustin Washington led the event. He is the Director of Seattle’s Community Justice Program, an anti-racist organizer, and a core trainer with the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond. The upcoming YUIR Weekend (October… Continue reading HYMJP Meets YUIR June 11 2015