JobTrain is pleased to announce the publication of three important documents: our new Three Year Strategic Plan, our Annual Report, and our first ever Report to Stakeholders. We at JobTrain are honored by the trust placed in us by our trainees, loyal donors, and stakeholders. While it is hard to capture the transformative power of JobTrain’s work on paper, these reports will tell you what we do, how we do it and where we are going in the near future.
JobTrain’s Three Year Strategic Plan was created in extensive consultation with the students, staff, Board of Directors, Strategic Advisory Committee, volunteers, donors, partners and people throughout the community. As we celebrate our 50th year, we are exploring exciting new opportunities to raise awareness, further share our model, expand our impact, and develop ongoing revenue that will add to our long-term sustainability and provide the on-the-job training that our students need. In future reports, we will provide updates about our progress and challenges as we move towards our goals.
Click here to see JobTrain’s Three Year Strategic Plan
Our Annual Report is a brief summary of JobTrain’s success for the 2014 Fiscal Year, showing who we served, how we served them and the huge impact we had. With a budget of $5,800,000, JobTrain returned close to $13,000,000 to the community from just a portion of our programs. See how we accomplished this impressive return on investment (ROI) even as we continued our mission of helping those most in need succeed!
Click here to see JobTrain’s 2014 Annual Report
Our 2014 Report to Stakeholders is a new report, requested by many of our long-time supporters who know that JobTrain’s outcomes are consistently ranked among the highest in our field. Here we explain in more detail how JobTrain works, why it uses the model it does, why it is unique, where it fits in the workforce landscape, and how it is able to outperform year after year. Our work changes lives for the better and breaks the cycle of poverty. See the facts and figures that explain how this is done: