September is National Workforce Development Month. The government wanted to acknowledge that workforce development plays a crucial role in supporting workers and growing the economy. Senator Feinstein said, “Our resolution recognizes the vital role workforce development plays in growing America’s next generation of workers as well as supporting the advancement of current professionals looking for new employment opportunities.” (https://www.feinstein.senate.gov)
To celebrate Workforce Development month, we at Provisio are highlighting some of our clients who work every single day to foster prosperity and growth for individuals and communities through skills training, career exploration, and continuing education programs.
The Institute for Career Development, established in 1917, had the mission of helping wounded veterans of World War I improve their quality of life through vocational rehabilitation. Today, people with a wide array of disabilities or other barriers to employment come to ICD for support services, including evaluation, career exploration, direct skills training, work readiness training, and job placement.
Safer Foundation believes in an unobstructed road to reentry. Their mission is to stabilize support, employment, education, and advocacy that empower justice-involved individuals to achieve their true potential. Their Reentry Support + Wellness services help clients to overcome logistical hurdles and develop strategies, resilience, and motivation to navigate the road ahead.
Job Point is Missouri’s premier employment center and Community Development Corporation. They link people and jobs through career planning and job placement assistance. They offer many services to marginalized community members, such as offenders, people with economic or educational obstacles, and people with medical conditions or developmental disabilities.
The mission of Teamwork Englewood is to improve the quality of life for residents and stakeholders in the Englewood community of Chicago. Through their Education & Youth, Health & Wellness, Housing, Public Safety, and Job & Economic Development programs, they work to improve the quality of life for Englewood families. Their Reentry program seeks to improve conditions for their clients by reducing and eliminating the gap between release from incarceration and employment for an optimal reintegration into society.
Workforce Development Solution
Provisio was honored to collaborate with these – and many other – nonprofits on their Salesforce CRM implementations. We thank them for their contributions to the communities they tirelessly serve.
Read this article to learn more about Provisio’s custom Workforce Development Salesforce solution.
Marjorie lives in Saint Louis, Missouri. She received her Master’s degree in English from Truman State University. Her responsibilities at Provisio Partners include content creation and technical writing.