Jeff Morris was at the White House this past Thursday 9/20/12.
To read his review of the day, please click here.
To see pictures from the event, please click here.
Jeff Morris, Founder of CareerDFW, will be at the White House in Washington DC this Thursday 9/20/12 to attend a forum for Job Clubs and Career Ministries. To read press release click here.
Pictures from the 9/20/12 White House Forum on Job Clubs and Career Ministries (Scroll down for more)
Looking out the window from the Indian Treaty Room at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the Whte House..
You are looking at the West Wing closest to you.
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This was the second panel.
At the podium: Jane Oates, Assistant Secretary for Employment and Training at teh US Department of Labor.
From right to left sitting:
Lisa Rice and Joyce Young of the Brevard Workforce agency in Rockledge FL, Jeff Whitehead and Traci Nolen from the Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program Inc. in Hazard KY, Kirkland Murray and Paula Brand from the Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation in Millersville, MD and Jaime Pacheco-Orozco from the City of Los Angeles Workforce Development System
This was the third panel.
At the podium is Ben Seigel the Deputy Directory of the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the US Department of Labor.
From right to left seated:
Diana Miller from the Community Job Club in Stow, OH, Steve Colella who leads the Job Club RI in West Warwick RI, Patricia Norman from the Employment Network Ministry at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA, Jessica Pierce from Career Connectors in Phoenix, AZ, Tim Krauss from Job Connection in Spokane, WA, Brian Ray of Crossroads Career Network in Charlotte, NC
Here is Labor Secretary Hilda L. Solis of the Department of Labor addressing the room.
This is the name badge that everyone had.
You know I always have my name tag with me. I was the only one wearing a name tag that everyone could read.
On the left is Ben Seigel the Deputy Directory of the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the US Department of Labor.
On the right is Jeff Morris, Founder and President of CareerDFW.
Jeff Morris, Founder and President of CareerDFW.