City of Glendale Awarded $100K To Transition Homeless Adults to Employment
The City of Glendale’s Community Services and Parks Department’s (CSP), Workforce Development Section has been awarded $100,000 by the Los Angeles County Workforce Development, Aging, and Community Services Department to train and transition adults who are homeless into gainful employment. The funds are awarded from the Measure H bill approved by voters to develop strategies and provide services to individuals who are homeless. Click here to read more.
CPRS Train the Trainer Webinar — Everyone Trains — Let Us Support You
Are you a new trainer looking to develop your training skills or an experienced trainer looking to strengthen your training expertise? Give us 75 minutes to help you refine your delivery to co-workers or cohorts! Learn the tips and tricks that change a good training to a great one! Register here.
Final in a 3-part Series:
Jan 31, 2018 Present & Facilitate Like A Pro
November webinar content included "Understanding Learning Styles & How to Choose the Best Delivery Strategies"
Scotts Field Refurbishment Program 2018 grant application available
New in 2018, the Scotts Field Refurbishment Program will provide grants of products and services, with a value up to $50,000, to five youth-serving organizations that are in need of renovations to existing ballfields. In addition to the grant, Scotts will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony, a youth baseball clinic run by the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation and will donate new equipment to the local leagues. Applications will be accepted until Nov. 15, 2017, with project work to take place in the spring of 2018. Apply today!
It's official! The Park Bond will be on the June 2018 California Ballot!
CPRS has joined forces with the Clean Water, Natural Resources and Parks Committee to wage a vigorous campaign to ensure that voters approve the SB 5 Bond Measure at the June 2018 ballot. We are building the coalition and encouraging local engagement, raising a collective voice, and providing a platform for support.
Learn more about CWNRP and find park bond education resources here!