Career Specialist Michelle Sanchez reports on her customer. “When we met in February 2019, Joanna, a single parent of two children, had been unemployed for nearly three months and was receiving SNAP benefits from the Department of Human Services.
Career Specialist Michelle Sanchez reports on her customer. “When Lindsey and I met in August 2017, she was had been working for Marshall Browning Hospital as a Certified Nurse Assistant (C.N.A) for nearly a year. She loved her job and her employer, but was unable to support herself at her hourly wage.
Career Specialist Michelle Sanchez reports on her customer. “In August 2017, Makala was eligible for WIOA services as a low-income adult when she visited Man-Tra-Con for assistance. She had been working part-time as a Certified Nurse Assistant and was not earning enough to support herself,” Michelle explains.
Michelle Sanchez reports on her customer. “In April 2018, Elizabeth came to Man-Tra-Con seeking training assistance. Working 30 hours per week and in school full-time, Elizabeth was unable to support herself with her current income,” Michelle reports.
Adult/Dislocated Worker Program Coordinator Leigh Caldwell-Dunning reports on her customer. “When I first met with William in February 2019, he had a 6-month gap in his work history, and had been fired from his first job. He was basic skills deficient and had a vision-related disability. In addition, William had little training and lacked the soft skills needed to succeed in a job,” Leigh explains.
Career Specialist Diane Payne reports on her customer. “In October 2018, Lisa came to Man-Tra-Con seeking job search assistance. Unemployed for 3 years, she had been receiving SNAP benefits and was given a medical card from the Department of Human Services,” Diane explains.