The Tulsa Area United Way announced recipients of Social Innovation Grants recently. Tulsa Community WorkAdvance will use the Social Innovation Grant to build a smartphone application to help low-income clients access job training, career counseling and job openings. To read more about the Tulsa Area United Way’s Innovation Grant winners, visit the Tulsa World here. 

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Tulsa Community WorkAdvance (TCW), part of the Madison Strategies Group, recently received a $35,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation’s State Giving Program. The grant will enable TCW to provide no-cost training to unemployed and underemployed Tulsa residents. TCW will prepare 45 women and youth in poverty for new careers in manufacturing and transportation industries. “We appreciate…

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Watch this video to learn more about Madison Strategies Group’s sector-based Transportation Connections WorkAdvance (TCW), a Social Innovation Fund/CNCS initiative, which creates accelerated pathways for individuals to enter careers in Tulsa’s high-demand transportation and manufacturing sectors. TCW meets individual and business needs by offering no-cost, customized, short-term technical training that provides businesses with skilled workers.

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