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IBSA staff, volunteers, and interns engage in a variety of efforts to promote and support job training, employment counseling and entrepreneurial activities, particularly, activities for youth and low-income adults. We provide services that assist people in their transition off welfare. Clients are referred by government agencies through agreements for employment & microenterprise counseling, retention and support services. IBSA additionally provide related services to first-time juvenile offenders referred by the County Court Services to complete community service as required by a judicial officer of the courts.
Over 80% of all referred clients met their goals and objectives in a satisfactory manner.
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By working with IBSA I learned new administrative and computer skills and was introduced to the business and education community.
Getting involved with volunteering eventually opened doors for me to become employable as a writer, and under the leadership of the director I developed the discipline ...
I am a single parent of 2, my son who is 17 and my daughter-20 years old. I recently moved here from Californail and I was having a hard time with my son and daughter. i wanted to expose my kids to a lifestyle less chaotic and a little slower than what we were used to, my kids however did not ...
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As the Chairman of the National Black Business Trade Association, I can say with certainty that ISBA has been successfully at the forefront of job training or job placement for many years in the community. They have consistently provided timely and relevant information to our membership...
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