An event benefitting Asian Neighborhood Design.
When: March 24th-26th, 2017
Where: Napa Women's Club | 218 Franklin Street | Napa, CA 94559
Time: Friday + Saturday from 10 am - 5 pm | Sunday from 10 am - 4 pm
Cost: $5 Admission - Which is good for all 3 days!
For mor information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Asian Neighborhood Design was approved for $171,492 in Employment Training Funds as announced by the State of California’s Employment Training Panel (ETP) on April 30, 2014.
The ETP approved 79 contracts totaling over $10.2 million in employment training funds at its monthly public meeting. Training proposals consisted of both single and multiple employer contracts from various industry sectors.
Asian Neighborhood Design proposes to train 31 new hire trainees to develop construction, solar industry, and environmental services skills. Specific training will include green building practices, weatherization, deconstruction and conservation, carpentry, and solar PV installation. It will also incorporate environmental literacy in solar, energy-efficiency and zero-waste concepts. Trainees will gain industry experience in a lab environment and graduate with certifications giving them a better chance to secure jobs.
Read full ETP press release here.
In October 2011, Ms. Williams bravely risked her life to save truck driver Michael Finerty from the flames of a freeway crash for which she received a Good Samaritan Award from Mayor Ed Lee. Now, she is one of 20 finalists for The Citizen Before Self Award , which is the highest honor a non - military, everyday citizen can receive from the White House. We couldn't be more proud of Keenia.