Experience Works Launches Blended Learning Program

 

       Experience Works Columbus GA BLTP Graduation December 2014

After the launch of Experience Works' newest program, the first two classes in Arkansas and Georgia completed the nine-week course and received certification as customer service representatives. Watch this report on the Georgia graduation

The Blended Learning Training Program (BLTP) combines virtual instructor-led occupational training courses with computer-based and online training tools, complementing the community service work experiences for Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) participants, while leveraging existing training resources, and creating more flexible and personalized learning options that are more adaptable to the needs and preferences of older individuals.

Experience Works was awarded an incentive grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to fund the BLTP, which will be implemented on subsequent dates in Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Texas.



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Bridges to Opportunity

Experience Works has launched the Bridges to Opportunity - an exciting new initiative aimed at increasing awareness, prompting dialogue, developing new synergies, and fostering collabor- ations in local communities.

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Want to find answers pertaining to job exploration, job search, applying for jobs, interviewing techniques, and available resources? Visit our JobReady Career Development Network.

Community Partner

Located in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, the American Philatelic Society (APS) is a long time community service partner, APS benefits greatly from the services performed by Experience Works Senior Community Service Employment Program participants.


 

 

 

In Memorial

The Experience Works family and the Charleston, South Carolina community, has suffered a loss as a result of the senseless act of violence that occurred at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.

We remember the lives of two people and will work to ensure their legacies are remembered.

Rev. Clementa PinkneyHonorable Reverend Clementa Pinkeny, the pastor of Mother Emanuel and a prominent State Senator, will be remembered for advocacy and his commitment. His work at the church and in politics helped to build support for Experience Works in the community and among elected officials. He worked closely with our state staff to build support for our mission within the Charleston community and with the Congressional Black Caucus. He was known as a tireless advocate to improve the lives of many.

cynthia hurd SC.jpgCynthia Hurd, served as a host agency supervisor at the Charleston Library.  She is remembered as a friend of the community, always looking to help others.  Her involvement with Experience Works and the Senior Community Service Employment Program was part of her strong belief to make sure everyone had the chance for personal growth.

Please join in remembering their lives, and the lives of all the victims.  Contributions can be made to the Mother Emanuel Hope Fund by visiting www.motheremanuelhopefund.com, or by sending a check to Mother Emanuel Hope Fund, P.O. Box 304, Charleston, SC 29402.

 


 

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