The Broken Pathway
Learn about hidden poverty in the Bay Area – who is left behind and how we can bridge the gap.
- Share this report with government representatives and on social media and call for better measures, support and funding for career pathways http://bit.ly/2gGNSEn Use #BrokenPathway to generate conversation on social media or use the sample Twitter and Facebook posts below.
- Nominate a company you know that is innovative in helping people find a pathway to a career for an Economic Opportunity Award by CLICKING HERE!
- Show your support as a volunteer or donate to organizations that are low or no-cost to the participant and help people find a pathway to a career.
- New Report released by @JobTrain reveals Federal Poverty and Unemployment statistics do not tell the whole story as 1.45 million people in the Bay Area may not be self-sufficient. http://bit.ly/2gGNSEn
- The self-sufficiency standard, a metric released by the University of Washington, suggests an income need of up to 4 times the federal guideline to be self-sufficient in the Bay Area. A new report released by @JobTrain dives into the implications and solutions for this pervasive problem. http://bit.ly/2gGNSEn