One-Stop Fast-Track-to-Work for Welfare Recipients
County welfare directors Thursday at the Capitol described some of their most successful techniques to help recipients find decent paying jobs.
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