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$1 million grant to help Milwaukee’s at-risk youth develop job skills, work experience, hosts first job fair

Attending the St. Charles Youth & Family Services news conference to announce a federal grant to launch Program JUMP START Milwaukee. From left to right: Peggy Latona, Director of Operations & Ministry, Unity Lutheran Church; Paul Gessner, Head of School, St. Joan Antida High School; Elizabeth Zárate, program director, Southwest Key Programs; Cathy Connolly, president, St. Charles Youth & Family Services; Ron Wiza, Project JUMP START program
manager, St. Charles Youth & Family Services; Wylbur Holloway, Youth Services
manager, Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board (MAWIB); Lynnea Katz-
Petted, Chief Executive Officer, Rebuilding Together Greater Milwaukee. (Photo
by Paul Sweitzer Photography)

St. Charles Youth & Family Services announced that it has secured a $1 million Project JUMP START grant from the U.S. Department of Labor and the Southwest Key Programs’ national headquarters to … [Read more...]