One-Stop Fast-Track-to-Work for Welfare Recipients

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(Sacramento, CA)
Thursday, September 2, 2004
Santa Cruz County director Cecilia Espinola told the Assembly Human Services Committee that a one-stop Fast Track to Work program at Cabrillo College really works. CUT: CeciliaEspinola13 :13 Welfare Directors agreed that college - even without a degree - is crucial for job entrants seeking a living wage. Sacramento County’s Workforce Development Manager Christine Welsch say employers want more than just technically trained workers. CUT: ChristineWelsch09 :09 Over 120 thousand California adults are now part of the CalWORKS welfare to work program. SOC