SWD proposes an initiative that aims to transform distressed areas by training justice-involved individuals, discouraged entry-level workers, veterans, women, and mid-level-skilled workers. The program will consist of four separate components that will aid residents with invaluable skills training, understanding of the self, environment, and employment dynamics. The primary objective is to prepare each participant for productive full-time employment and financial stability. This program will assist the participants as they build their lives as well as their communities.
The need for this public investment is clear, particularly as we move through the economic crisis brought on by the global COVID-19 pandemic. The training, recruitment, job placement, job shadowing that SWD has been effectively servicing is a workforce and will result in effective and lasting support of residents from distressed areas. As high unemployment levels plague communities across Kansas City, Missouri, public investment in workforce development, training, and employment is one of the most effective ways to generate improvements in social and economic well-being.
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