The Mercury News: Menlo Park Job Placement Nonprofit Boosts Students’ Success Rate
On June 1, 2017 in the Community News section of the Mercury News online edition, reporter Kevin Kelly reported that JobTrain, a Menlo Park nonprofit continued to place individuals into careers with great success, even as enrollment jumped by 32% last year.
Isaiah Vi, left, a JobTrain board member and Siosiua “C2” Vea, JobTrain’s administrative services manager, stand between a portrait of JobTrain founder the Rev. Leon Sullivan and a bell that is rung every time a student graduates in the entryway of the Menlo Park facility on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. (Kevin Kelly / Daily News)
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