California Expanding Job Training to Systems-Impacted Youth, Replicating Successful Los Angeles Model
Following a model out of L.A., community-based organizations in California combine federal job training funds with other essential services for young people leaving foster care or probation — including housing and education support.
A Need for Fresh Ideas on Training the Child Welfare Workforce
The path to training America’s child welfare workforce often begins with more generalized training on how to be a social worker. Frequently, this preliminary work is done on college campuses, where bachelor’s or master’s degree programs are offered.