The San Diego Seniors Community Foundation is working to improve the vitality of all seniors in San Diego

May 6, 2021

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The San Diego Seniors Community Foundation (SDSCF) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, established in 2017. Their singular focus is to improve the vitality of all seniors in San Diego County so they are physically active, socially connected and receive the

Board Member Profile: Althea Salas of San Diego Tourism Authority

May 4, 2021

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Althea Salas currently serves as the VP of Human Resources overseeing the human resources function with the San Diego Tourism Authority. She is also the president of the San Diego chapter of the Society for Human Resources Managers. Here she tells us a little bit about her.

Staff profile: Meet Daniella Molina

May 3, 2021

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“Flexibility and adaptability has been the theme of my work during the pandemic.” Daniella Molina is a lead program specialist at the San Diego Workforce Partnership. Here she tells us a little about herself, both personally and professionally.

Employment Recovery Initiative helps veteran find quality job

April 30, 2021

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Daniel Maclean is a veteran who had a difficult time finding employment in the civilian workforce. His more than 15 years employment experience and 20-year military career as a Navy Seal were simply not landing him a job in what turned out to be a very different job market than he was used to. Then he found the Workforce Partnership.

$1.5 million will help San Diegans secure quality jobs and launch meaningful careers in growing cybersecurity industry 

April 29, 2021

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A two-year grant of $1.5 million from The James Irvine Foundation will fund CyberHire San Diego—a movement that aims to increase the number of unemployed, underemployed and low-wage workers in quality cybersecurity careers. CyberHire will help San Diegans launch a meaningful cyber career that will help them support themselves, their families and our shared community.

Becoming a financial activist for racial justice

April 21, 2021

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A racial reckoning has been set off by the killings of Elijah McClain, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Daunte Wright and many more Black Americans. This demands an urgent examination of the systems that lead to and perpetuate inequity in our society. The financial system, and our own money habits within that system, should also be placed under the microscope.

How a San Diego business hired and retained employees during the pandemic

April 9, 2021

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Recon-RF connected with the San Diego Workforce Partnership after having a hard time finding good candidates to fill a multitude of open positions. By tapping into multiple service offerings, including TechHire, they were able to hire new employees and retain employees when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. 

Project Equity is helping small businesses create succession plans

April 8, 2021

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The San Diego Workforce Partnership connected with Project Equity co-founder, Alison Lingane, to learn more about their successful approach to employee ownership education and transition.

Board Member Profile: Ed Hidalgo of Cajon Valley Union School District

April 7, 2021

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Ed Hidalgo currently serves at the chief innovation and engagement officer for the Cajon Valley Union School District. Here he tells us a little bit about him.

Construction apprenticeship training available now

April 6, 2021

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Do you want to start a career in construction? The High Roads Construction Apprenticeship Readiness Program may be right for you! Learn more about how the San Diego College of Continuing Education program may help you prepare for a new career in construction.