Through our partnership with Fifth-Third Bank, Procter and Gamble, and the Dayton Foodbank, we operate a three-week, paid workforce development class that provides opportunities for direct employment at a living wage. Graduates from the program become Certified Forklift Operators and receive physical and mental health training.
Through our partnership with Dayton Public Schools, we provide resources to students at Roosevelt Elementary, where they participate in afterschool programming, with STEM activities, athletic training, and academic support. Want to get involved? Fill out a contact form below.
Jan's Closet began in 2019 thanks to the ingenuity of Janice Williams, who pioneered a boutique that offers a wide selection of clothing for all persons at a low cost. Shop by making an appointment below!
The Daraja Project is a community-based education program funded by Dayton Public Schools and taught by educational consultants, Lady Falkions, which provides summer camp opportunities and after-school programming. The camp this summer is FREE for DPS students 4th through 8th grade, focusing on social emotional learning.
Food justice is an important part of community justice. We have joined with key partner organizations to weekly provide food educational activities for over 50 families. With the help of Citiwide, West Dayton Strong, we provide coats, clothing, as well as interactive experiences for over 100 children throughout the year.
Our POWER Career Pathway has launched. Register for the next course today!
Looking for a new start? POWER is a four-week initiative that provides an opportunity for direct employment at Proctor and Gamble's Dayton Center. Graduate as a certified forklift operator after hands-on training, resume coaching, & much more, all while getting paid to train!
Interested? Have questions?
Register today, fill out the interest form here or call 937-716-1098