From the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles' (HACLA) press release:
Jobs & Employment
From Cincinnati CityBeat:
Connie Benton has lived at Findlater Gardens for the last 18 years. She likes the sense of community among most of the residents in the 600 townhomes owned and run by the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority in Winton Hills, about eight miles north of downtown Cincinnati.
But her family has also experienced violence here, and some of her relatives struggle with the trauma that comes with those experiences.
From SDHC's website:
The San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) Achievement Academy is an example of an agency “performing in an outstanding manner or providing noteworthy community services,” according to a San Diego County Grand Jury report released today.
From DCHA's website:
"Dozens of job applicants attended the District of Columbia Housing Authority’s Second Annual Career Fair, part of the agency’s Workforce Development Initiative.
Employers were on hand to meet candidates and explain the job openings they have available on May 31 at the Southwest Family Enhancement and Career Center. The candidates filled out applications, dropped off resumes, and asked questions about open positions and the companies that were hiring.
From the Toledo Blade:
Federal officials announced Friday new funding to benefit employment prospects of Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority residents.
A Housing and Urban Development program, Jobs Plus Initiative, connects public housing residents with employment services and better-paying jobs. The local grant for LMHA totals $2.3 million.
From the Distirct of Columbia Housing Authority's e-newsletter:
The District of Columbia Housing Authority's Section 3 program was highlighted by the regional director and field office director of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Mid-Atlantic Region.
Regional Director Joseph DeFelice said, "Congrats to the District of Columbia Housing Authority on the great progress their making in increasing employment opportunities for residents through HUD’s Section 3 program."
District of Columbia Housing Authority (DCHA) Executive Director Tyrone Garrett announced that DCHA “has increased participation and success rates by nearly 150 percent in the Section 3 employment program and a 70 percent increase in job training and professional development.” In FY 2018 more than 150 new employees at DCHA or its partner organizations w