Growing and Developing Employment Programs
- HUD and Department of Labor discuss interest in expanding client access to employment-related services.
- Overview of the HOPWA Getting to Work Employment Initiative – an employment services capacity building initiative
- Best practices and capacities gained from providers that have grown existing employment programs or developed new employment programs from the ground up.
- Lessons learned and opportunities for future employment activities from providers and the Getting to Work Initiative
- Lauren Deigh and Benjamin Ayers, Community Planning and Development Specialists, Office of HIV/AIDS Housing, HUD
- Nick Codd, Senior Economic Opportunity Specialist, Building Changes, Seattle, WA [presentation material]
- Heather Salek, Manager of Employment Services, Cascade AIDS Project, Portland, OR [presentation material]
- Christy Hudson, Capacity Building and Grants Coordinator, Oregon Health Authority [presentation material]
- Rachel Kogan, Training and Evaluation Manager, Technical Assistance Program, VPI [presentation material]
- Dylan Orr, Special Advisor,Office of Disability Employment Policy, Department of Labor
Getting to Work Employment Initiative Webpage
Department of Labor: Institute on HIV/AIDS and Employment Event Report
- HOPWA Grantees and Project Sponsors
- AIDS Service Organizations with an interest in offering or referring clients to employment related services
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The HOPWA Best Practices Training Series is offered on behalf of the Office of HIV/AIDS Housing of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This webinar was recorded live on 2/26/13.