"The partners of the “1st Latino Path to Power and Prosperity” working symposium invite prospective participants to this May 4-5, 2017 policy focused event. The symposium goal is to establish equitable public policies that contribute to economic mobility opportunities which strengthen Latino families. Strong families exemplified by financially stable home environments, increased education, secure employment, greater child development support opportunities, improved health, and more engaged voters.
Written by TheWhittingtonGroup on Oct 28 2016 - 3:38pm
By Susan Ashmore While searching for employment, disabled workers face unique challenges that may leave them feeling discouraged. Being prepared is the key to convincing employers that a disability doesn’t affect performance and that one’s abilities outweigh any disabilities. Here are some helpful tips for those with disabilities to succeed in finding employment:
Written by TheWhittingtonGroup on Sep 14 2016 - 11:23am
By Gail Hathaway Applying for jobs at a young age can seem overwhelming, especially to those entering the workforce for the first time. But if you are in your teens or early twenties, what you accomplish now will be the foundation for your future employment. Here are some helpful tips to help teens and young adults prepare when seeking employment:
Written by City of San Antonio on Mar 14 2013 - 5:33pm
City officials announced the creation of additional Pre-K 4 SA informational job fair events in response to heavy interest in the voter-approved early childhood education initiative.
Written by Amanda Evrard on Nov 13 2012 - 1:12pm
REPLAY VIDEO: On Thursday, Nov. 15 Texas CEO Magazine hosted a panel discussion on The San Antonio Brain Gain – Bringing the Talent You Need or Taking the Talent You Want?
Written by VALENTINA on Jul 3 2012 - 2:34pm
Project QUEST, an innovative job training program in San Antonio, has earned statewide and national attention as a model for local workforce development efforts. Since 1993, Project QUEST has met the needs of San Antonio area businesses by training local residents who would otherwise be on public assistance and not in the San Antonio workforce.