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Tulsa Community WorkAdvance’s Secures Aviation Education Funding from Aeronautics Commission

Tulsa Community WorkAdvance’s Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing Job Training Secures Aviation Education Funding from Aeronautics Commission OKLAHOMA CITY – Twenty-eight organizations were awarded Aerospace and Aviation Education Program grants or contracts totaling over $296,697 from the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission (OAC). The record amount of funds will be used to expose more school-aged children in Oklahoma...
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Tulsa Community WorkAdvance, CAP Tulsa, and Healthcare Training featured in Pacific Standard magazine

Tulsa Community WorkAdvance was recently featured in “Breaking the Cycle of Poverty, Two Generations at a Time” in the October issue of Pacific Standard magazine. The article highlights how new anti-poverty programs help both children and parents to succeed. Specifically mentioned in the article is Tulsa Community WorkAdvance’s (TCW) partnership with CAP Tulsa. For the...
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Tulsa Community WorkAdvance named Tulsa Area United Way Partner Agency

Tulsa Community WorkAdvance (TCW) was recently named one of the Tulsa Area United Way’s Partner Agencies. Joining more than 50 other local non-profit organizations, TCW is proud to represent their workadvance model to help Tulsans find long-lasting careers with the help of the Tulsa Area United Way. About the Tulsa Area United Way: The Tulsa...
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Tulsa Community WorkAdvance featured in Tulsa World

Tulsa Community WorkAdvance was featured in an outstanding article by the Tulsa World and staff writer Mike Averill that truly captures the essence of our program. We encourage you to go to the Tulsa World’s website and read the article in it’s entirety by clicking here.
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TCW Program Graduate Ezekiel Moreno Interviewed by New York Times

One of our CNC Machinist graduate and placement customers was recently interviewed by the New York Times. We’re proud of Ezekiel Moreno for representing TCW well within the article. One of our favorite highlights is this quote: “We’ve moved out of an apartment and into a house,” Moreno told me, explaining how his new job has changed...
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The New York Times Reports on Success of WorkAdvance Model

The New York Times recently reported on the success of the WorkAdvance model, as substantiated by data gathered by MDRC. The data looks at the 5-year-long randomized controlled trial research study using four national sites to test the WorkAdvance program. WorkAdvance is a dual-customer approach that meets job seeker and employer needs. Services are tailored...
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Tulsa Community WorkAdvance Awarded United Way Innovation Grant

The Tulsa Area United Way announced recipients of Social Innovation Grants recently. Tulsa Community WorkAdvance will use the Social Innovation Grant to build a smartphone application to help low-income clients access job training, career counseling and job openings. To read more about the Tulsa Area United Way’s Innovation Grant winners, visit the Tulsa World here. 
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Grant Enables Training for 45 Women and Youth

Tulsa Community WorkAdvance (TCW), part of the Madison Strategies Group, recently received a $35,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation’s State Giving Program. The grant will enable TCW to provide no-cost training to unemployed and underemployed Tulsa residents. TCW will prepare 45 women and youth in poverty for new careers in manufacturing and transportation industries. “We appreciate...
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We Offer Innovative Accelerated Pathways for Low-Income Tulsans

Watch this video to learn more about Madison Strategies Group’s sector-based Transportation Connections WorkAdvance (TCW), a Social Innovation Fund/CNCS initiative, which creates accelerated pathways for individuals to enter careers in Tulsa’s high-demand transportation and manufacturing sectors. TCW meets individual and business needs by offering no-cost, customized, short-term technical training that provides businesses with skilled workers.
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Transportation Connections WorkAdvance Awarded $250,000 Grant

Mayor Dewey Bartlett announced recently that a $250,000 grant will help in expanding job training and placement in Tulsa. The donation from the Common Bond Foundation was awarded to the Transportation Connections WorkAdvance (TCW) program. Watch the video to learn more!
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