Our mission is to improve the quality of life for low-wage property service workers and their families by increasing their skills, access to education, and opportunities for career and community advancement and participation.
We are grateful for Google's support to provide janitors with the tools to integrate into the community and workplace through English language learning and skills building. Download the page highlighting our partnership.
For Immediate Release June 1, 2017 Press Contact: Luis Sandoval (213) 284-3814 email@example.com “Demand Driven Program Fosters Immigrant Worker Success While Building a Pathway to an Inclusive Green Economy” Los Angeles, CA - Building Skills Partnership (BSP) has recently launched an initiative termed “Green Jobs, Good Jobs” that will train immigrant workers, specifically janitors, ...
Studies show Latinos are disproportionately affected by illnesses such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. Check out this month's newsletter featuring the stories of janitors who are committing to a healthier lifestyle for themselves and their families, with the support of BSP's Health and Wellness Program. http://conta.cc/2qWsZKp
BSP was recently featured in the California Workforce Development Board Policy Brief on how to best serve English Language Learners (ELL) populations using best practices and model partnerships. Below is an excerpt from the report (pg 17). Click here to read the entire report. Building Skills Partnership (BSP) is an example of ...
Our April Newsletter celebrates a successful tax season and the work of our staff, VITA volunteers and financial coaches. We are grateful for our funders and supporters that have made this tax season a great experience for immigrant workers and their families! Check out the impact stories here: http://conta.cc/2oY
See pictures of BSP's ADVANCE Vocational English Class at LinkedIn, thanks to the support and partnership of The Sobrato Foundation!
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