Many economic, societal, organizational and individual factors contribute to unemployment. However, the cultural differences between organizations (employing companies) and individuals from non-White-American groups might be underestimated. The “culture clash” in the workplace and in hiring processes could be a more significant factor in employment disparities than previously assessed.
The Minnesota Chicano Latino Affairs Council and Minnesota Department of Transportation invite you to hear about opportunities for training in several trades, such as construction.
The Camille A. Thomas Scholarship (CATS) promotes academic excellence by providing funding assistance to committed and highly motivated African American and Latino college students.
It's "Scholarship, Service & Step Week" at the Minneapolis Public Schools. Here are two ways you can help high school students this week: Bring your Minneapolis high school student to the College Panel Presentation Wednesday April 20. Be a 100 Strong Who Care volunteer to spend time at Henry or Southwest high schools Tuesday or … Continue reading Make a Difference for Mpls Teens This Week
Our communities will see economic recovery in 2011. Black and Hispanic people and other underrepresented populations will be a part of this “new economy.” How do I know all of this? I have faith.