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Community Action Agency noting 54 years in service
The Guernsey-Muskingum-Noble Tri-County Community Action Agency is marking 54 years working for opportunity and economic security. Offices said that nationwide, Community Action Agencies create victories daily for low-income families and individuals to become self-sufficient and economically secure. This May, GMN joins agencies throughout the country in commemoration of National Community Action Month – read more in The Daily Jeff.
Job-skills program aims for placement in weeks
Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition and area partners are launching a job-skills training program that could put worthy, yet unskilled, applicants in one of the hundreds of high-paying manufacturing positions available in the county – all in a matter of weeks.
WorkAdvance 2.0 builds on the success of a pilot program coordinated last year by the coalition, Goodwill Industries and Mahoning-Youngstown Community Action Partnership. It also draws in education partners such as Eastern Gateway Community College and Choffin Career and Technical Center – read more in The Vindicator.
Clinton County Community Action Program employees participated in the CANstruction Project which provided food for the Homeless Shelter. Over 600 cans of food were collected to benefit the shelter food pantry. The Spring into Giving sign, which was the theme of the project, was donated by Duane Richard – read more in the News Journal.
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