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Seedco’s Executive Director Tara Colton moderated the keynote panel at the NYC Employment and Training Coalition’s annual Policy Forum on January 31st. The panel discussed trends, challenges and opportunities amidst the changing national picture for workforce development as part of the day-long forum, “Advancing Advocacy Through Partnerships in Uncertain Times.”Learn More
Seedco Executive Director Tara Colton was named to two new advisory boards established by the Human Services Council (HSC): the HSC Priority and Strategy Council and the Value-Based Payment Commission.Learn More
Seedco Awarded Second “Training to Work” Grant from U.S. Department of Labor, Focused on West Baltimore
Seedco and its partner Bon Secours Community Works have been awarded $1.36 million over three years through a U.S. DOL Training to Work 3 – Adult Reentry grant to lead the creation of the West Baltimore, Maryland Career Pathways Collaborative (WBCPC). Over the next 39 months, this collaboration will develop and implement career pathways for […]Learn More
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Family Assistance has awarded Seedco $10 million over 5 years to continue its Strong Fathers, Stronger Families Program, which Seedco has operated since 2011. Working with our community-based partners STRIVE and BronxWorks, the program will help even more low-income fathers in New York City enter […]Learn More
Seedco has been awarded $1.36 million over three years for Shelby County, Tennessee to assist those reentering the workforce from prison through the U.S. Department of Labor’s “Training to Work” program. The “Training to Work” program helps men and women enrolled in state or local work release programs gain the job skills necessary for in-demand […]Learn More
The New York Community Trust recently renewed Seedco’s innovative program, The Self-Sufficiency Project, for its second year of funding. Leveraging the generous support of the Trust, Seedco’s program will continue to help employed homeless families as they transition out of New York City shelters and move towards economic self-sufficiency.Read More
Seedco’s Navigator program in the Upper Eastern Shore of Maryland has helped thousands of Marylanders enroll in affordable health insurance since the program launched in 2013. Read one consumer’s powerful testimonial about the support they received from Seedco.Read More
Our partners at the Greater Memphis Alliance for a Competitive Workforce recently released two videos featuring participants and staff from Seedco’s Training to Work program, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor. Seedco’s Mid-South Career Pathways Collaborative helps men and women enrolled in state or local work release programs in the Memphis area gain the job skills necessary for in-demand occupations as they reintegrate back into society. Seedco also operates this program in Baltimore, Maryland.Read More
Seedco Awarded a Maryland Health Benefit Exchange Connector Entity Program Grant for Navigator Services in Upper Eastern Shore Region of Maryland
In May 2016, Seedco was awarded a $1.017 million grant by the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange to continue its valuable work providing consumer healthcare access to residents of the Upper Eastern Shore Region of Maryland. Since 2013, Seedco has led efforts to increase health care access in the region with key partners such as the Eastern Shore AHEC, Triangle Health Alliance, and West Cecil Health Center.Read More