We are a Faith-based California Apprenticeship and OJT program, built to be a social justice accelerator helping organizations build collaborative business cultures, and collaborate with scalable orgainzations to provide training and work experience capable of empowering traditionally disenfranchised populations with agency in the 21-century, global economy.
Our team promotes an enterprise approach to risk management and mitigation; by incorporating a Public Benefit Company that focuses on credit risk, market risk, operational risk, securities lending, and regulatory issues. We have decided to undertake venture philanthropy, with the mindset of a social investor, and with the expected return measured in people with jobs and lives changed.
Some of Santa Clara County’s forward-thinking leaders, foundations and social investors have realized that the current methods of financing social enterprises like CityLab Professional are inefficient, for the enterprises and themselves, and have started working to broaden the access to capital.
The proposed $10M venture-funded Social Innovation Bond that fuels our project also provides local customized training opportunities for California businesses and workers to increase skill levels and wages of the Global workforce. County Training providers can use these grant funds for curriculum development, training materials, instructor certifications and training equipment additions or upgrades.
Share as a example, support with Hope. This Training Presentation centers on differentiating between tactical action and strategic action and includes a training exercise. This website provides an informative table on strategic vs. tactical action.