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National Transitional Jobs Conference: Building opportunities for workers, employers, and communitie
April 1 - 2, 2008
Do you work with people being released from prison, youth, TANF recipients, persons experiencing homelessness, or other populations that have a hard time finding and keeping a job?
If the answer is "Yes" then plan to attend the 2008 National Transitional Jobs Conference: Building opportunities for workers, employers, and communities. Join us on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 1-2, at the Oakland Marriott City Center in Oakland, California, and learn why Transitional Jobs work!
Transitional Jobs (TJ) is a workforce stategy designed to overcome employment obstacles by using time-limited, wage-paying jobs and combining real work, skill development, and supportive services to transition participants successfully into the labor market. TJ programs exist in over 30 states and are an effective stepping stone to successful labor market entry for individuals with employment barriers.