Unemployment is an every day reality in our community. Opportunities to complete GED programs and gain employable skills are limited.
Our thriving Transit Arts program for young people in our community lacks studio and work space for ongoing projects.
Community involvement is critical to the future of our community and yet we lack places where neighbors can plan restoration and fight violence.
Over 3,500 individuals are served through Central Community House each year. New opportunities such as Social Enterprise and changing the way nonprofits operate. The workforce of the future needs 21st Century Skills to compete. See more in this video.
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