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In Response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sacramento City Council approved an allocation of the Coronavirus Relief Funds in the amount of $10M to directly support workforce development programs that will provide employment training and job placements services for those who have been impacted by COVID-19. Since the COVID -19 pandemic, over 33,000 people have lost their job and that number continues to increase daily as more businesses continue to close their doors. The city’s goals and objectives are to work with workforce development providers, CBOs, and educational partners at all levels to retrain and up train dislocated workers so that they may enter back into the workforce. The goal is to create competitive candidates for local employers to access and employ, to improve skills, or provide re-skilling opportunities in high-demand industry and occupations.
Through a partnership with The City of Sacramento and CARES Relief Fund, ARI will launch the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Project.
The goal of the project would be: 1) to hire and train at least 25 community members whose job was impacted by COVID-19 so that they may have access to available COVID-19 resources/public benefits to address the social needs of AANHPIs and other communities of color; and 2) to increase the number of CHWs to promote COVID-19 mitigation efforts through increasing awareness of the importance of wearing masks, practicing social distancing, supporting contact tracing, and assisting small businesses to reopen their business safely and in compliance with COVID-19 requirements. The following will be the outcomes of the Project:
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