Omaha job-training center seeks 2nd building, room to grow
Ken Fleck disassembles a laser printer for recyclable parts at the Cross Training Center in Omaha, which opened in 2008 and helps low-income people learn life and job skills. The center has began to outgrow its 8,000-square-foot building.
Posted: Thursday, September 5, 2013 12:00 am
Former banker Brenda Banks helps parolees, welfare recipients, ex-prostitutes, the homeless and other low-income people learn job and life skills.
Students at her Cross Training Center identify a career path, figure out how to get along with co-workers, strive to show up on time and master jobs such as auto and computer repair and electronics recycling.
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