Tecs gain key role in welfare-to-work plan
- Training supervisors in Michigan. Halseth, Judith H.; Aslani, Carol Sue // Public Welfare;Fall93, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p34
Focuses on Michigan's New Supervisor Institute (NSI) training program for public welfare agency supervisors. NSI design considerations; Training modules; Evaluation by participants; Application of NSI in the creation of the Established Supervisors Institute for training long-time supervisors. ...
- Should Public Welfare Eligibility Be Conditional On Participation In Job-Training Programs? PRO. Smathers, George A.; Mills, Wilbur D.; Byrnes, John W. // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul68, Vol. 47 Issue 6/7, p172
Argues that public welfare eligibility be conditional on participation in job-training programs in the U.S. Calls for the States to develop a work and training program; Benefits to Aid to Families with Dependent Children recipients.
- Should Public Welfare Eligibility Be Conditional On Participation In Job-Training Programs? CON. Kennedy, Robert F.; Burke, James A.; Ryan, William F. // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul68, Vol. 47 Issue 6/7, p173
Argues that public welfare eligibility should not be conditional on participation in job-training programs in the U.S. Need for an immediate impact project designed to put men to work and to restore some sense of hope to the young and the unemployed residents; Major problem in the involvement...
- Welfare-to-Work Effort Gains Momentum Here. BRENNAN, PETER // Orange County Business Journal;11/02/98, Vol. 21 Issue 44, p1
Reports on welfare-to-work effort in Orange County, California. Success of the welfare-to-work program; Opportunities in hiring welfare recipients; Hiring of Curtis & Associates to assist welfare recipients. INSET: Hepa Gets a Worker -- and a Tax Credit.
- Putting work first in Washington State. Lahr-Vivaz, Elena // Public Welfare;Fall97, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p22
Reports on the efforts made by the Washington State government in the implementation of its welfare reform program through the Department of Social and Health Services' (DSHS) `WorkFirst' initiative. Incorporation of computer centers into DSHS's offices; Training of recipients on the best...
- City slated to get $8.4 million to expand job training services. Ford, Tom // Crain's Cleveland Business;09/06/99, Vol. 20 Issue 36, p8
Reports that the city of Cleveland, Ohio will get $8.4 million from the welfare reform program Ohio Works First. Expansion of services for welfare recipients who must get jobs before their benefits run out; Financing for the city's training centers; Decline in Cuyohoga County's welfare rolls.
- Welfare Reform: States' Experiences in Providing Employment Assistance to TANF Clients: HEHS-99-22. // GAO Reports;2/26/1999, p1
The welfare reform emphasis on "work first" has prompted a significant rethinking of how best to get welfare clients into jobs. It is still too early to tell what the most efficient and effective model is. For example, all five states GAO visited -- Arizona, Massachusetts, Michigan, Ohio, and...
- COMING SOONâ€¦. // Community Care;9/15/2005, Issue 1590, p46
This article presents a schedule of conference and training course of interest to community care in England from November 29 to October 11, 2005.
- Hospitality rules. Bielski, Lauren; Breuhaus, Brian // Restaurant Business;06/15/98, Vol. 97 Issue 12, p18
Provides an overview on the Convention and Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland's Spirit of Hospitality Program which aims to train individuals on public assistance. Activities in the 10-week training course; Benefits of the training course to restaurants and hotels in the state; Funding for...