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Residents Input Needed On Education And Employment

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In 2007, Community Action Partnership of Riverside County conducted a county-wide Community Assessment survey of low-income neighborhoods. 4,759 door-to-door surveys were conducted. The survey results showed that employment and education were major priorities for low-income residents.

As a follow-up to the survey, residents are being invited to participate in focus groups to share their experience, comments and ideas about employment and education opportunities in their community. The first of these focus groups will be held on Monday, June 30 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Corona Library West Room, 650 South Main Street in Corona. Any residents wishing to share their experience or learn about education and employment opportunities are welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served.

For more information, please contact Kiona Morones at CAP Riverside, (951) 955-4900 or (800) 511-1110.

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