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"New Home. New Job. New Future."

Recovering from a long period of joblessness is hard. Statistics show that a long period of unemployment can be as a harmful to a job search as having a felony in your past. Your support of Daily Work helps our job seekers get the resources and skills they need to advance in their careers.

 

Every gift makes a difference to Daily Work job seekers.

Kona had not held a job since 2012 when she first came to Daily Work in June 2014. After struggling with complications with diabetes, losing her job, and then her apartment, Kona needed to find a stable place to live and a living environment that provided her with the stability to manage her diabetes before she could find work.

 

Daily Work connected her to a program that helps seniors build recent work history, pays them a small wage, and build skills to get back in the workforce. Daily Work then helped Kona find transitional housing, where she has her own room and her own bed, and she is not constantly moving from house to house, sleeping anywhere someone would let her spend the night.
Fifteen months later, with these supports in place, Kona found a new job as a dietary aide in a nursing home. Just two months later, she was promoted to full-time and got her first raise! She is in better health and she is happy... and now, she is working hard to save enough money to get an apartment of her own in the near future!

 

Your support makes stories like Kona's possible. Please give a gift today to help more people like Kona.

 Thank you for your compassion and generosity this holiday season,
Julie Hoff and everyone at Daily Work

 

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"Do You Have Implicit Bias?" Chelsea

By Chelsea Pederson, Daily Work Case Management Intern

Two years ago I would have said that I was "color blind" and that most people are like me. I believed I could understand the feelings of others no matter how different our social identities. As I continue to learn more about myself, I have come to realize that no matter how liberal and accepting I think I am; I still hold these unconscious biases of which I was previously, completely unaware.  Read More

By Xue Moua, Daily Work Case Management Intern

As an intern case manager at Daily Work, I work with many clients who, like me, are immigrants still learning English. I help job seekers with their job applications, cover letters, and resumes. Most of the job seekers I work with want to apply for housekeeping or janitorial jobs. I now realize they look for these types of jobs because it does not require them to have a lot of English skills in reading, writing or speaking. Read More

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"Daily Work Open House Slideshow"

Highlights From The 2nd Annual Daily Work Open House

Thanks to all the supporters and special guests who attended our open house on Tuesday, November 17th.

It was a fun and festive event filled with great music by Wanaku and food provided by Afro Deli. Thank you to both of them for their generous contribution of their talents.

Thanks to everyone who supported the event by purchasing raffle tickets or making a donation at the event. Thanks, too, to the interns and volunteers, especially Maryellen Skan, Dave and Linnea Krahn, Kathy Lindberg, and Marie Stodolka who helped make our 2nd Annual Open House such a success!

We hope to see everyone again next year!  For those who were unable to attend, click here to view our slideshow. Watch Slideshow

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Get To Know Daily Work at Upcoming Eventsdailyworklogotagline.jpg

Winter 2016 Event Calendar

Job Club
First and Third Tuesdays from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
105 University Avenue West, St. Paul, MN 55103

 

January 5 and January 19

 

Youth Mentoring Opportunity with Christ on Capitol Hill and Daily Work

 

 Christ on Capitol Hill Church, where Daily Work's St. Paul location is housed, recently received a grant from the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America to help prepare youth and young adults in our community to lead productive, healthy lives free from poverty by providing them with community support and work, life and leadership skills in a Christian context.

 

Daily Work is a partner to this new and exciting program!

 

One of the key factors of this program will be adult mentors paired with a youth to guide them in the program. If you are looking for a new way to give back in your community, consider coming to the next information session! Mentor training and ongoing support will be provided! Please call Julie Hoff at 651-204-3043 for more information!

 

Sunday, January 17 at 11:45 a.m.

 

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