FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Atlanta, GA – The Center for Working Families (TCWFI) is proud to be chosen as one of six organizations that will together serve nearly 600 men and women leaving incarceration as a part of STRIVE’s International, Inc.’s new, innovative reentry program. The initiative is funded by a $4.5 million grant from the U.S. […]
On Wednesday, November 15th, MAX co-presented a workshop with the Georgia Department of Human Services and Goodwill of North Georgia to provide an overview on the many resources available through DHS’ Division of Family and Children Services and the Office of Child Support Services.
In October 2017, MAX elected our first-ever board of directors to provide strategic direction and oversight for MAX. Our new board will work to ensure MAX carries out our mission to strengthen connections, collaborations, and practices among workforce developers and organizations engaged in workforce development.
The MAX website has undergone an exciting make-over with the help of WorkSource Atlanta Regional and WorkSource Cobb. The goal of this makeover was to further position MAX’s website to serve as a central gateway for news and information for workforce developers and organizations involved in workforce development in the Atlanta region.