Faith Based & Neighborhood Partnerships

Job Clubs Evaluation Report and Webinar on May 9

Posted by Ben Seigel - On May 08, 2014 (EST)

UPDATE: The Job Clubs Evaluation can now be accessed at:
http://www.dol.gov/asp/evaluation/reports/Job_Clubs_Evaluation-Final_Report-May.pdf

View and listen to the webinar recording here:
https://dol.webex.com/dol/ldr.php?RCID=4f5deb1743b27b17968f8164f399c00b

On May 9, the Department of Labor’s Chief Evaluation Office will release a new report on a formative evaluation of job clubs participating in the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnership’s Job Clubs Initiative.

As part of the release of this report, we are hosting a webinar from 2pm to 3:30pm EDT on Friday, May 9. The webinar will include a presentation from the evaluation team and panel discussions with job clubs that participated in the evaluation and representatives from the Department of Labor and the workforce system.

We have a great lineup of presenters, including:
John Trutko (Capital Research Partners) and Burt Barnow (George Washington University) who will share key findings and promising practices from their nationwide review of job clubs on behalf of the U.S. Department of Labor.
Les Range, Regional Administrator for the Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration.
Mary Margaret Garrett, Director of the Atlanta Regional Commission.
Plus, special remarks via video from Labor Secretary Tom Perez.

It's simple to join the webinar via webex. Just go to:
https://dol.webex.com/dol/j.php?ED=274655392&UID=493005472&RT=MiMxMQ%3D%3D

You can also dial in directly at:
Call-in toll-free number (Verizon): 1-866-800-9214  (US)
Attendee access code: 534 452 80

This is an important report that acknowledges the important role job clubs are playing in helping Americans get back to work.

We look forward to connecting with you on Friday, May 9!




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