During September, Ortiz, Lord, Hope & Associates (OLHA) has been developing a series of activities aimed at offering tools for the comprehensive development and employability of members of populations with limited resources.
These activities are part of the Integral Workforce Training Program: Management Leadership, Customer Service and Basic Computer Management, which proposes to strengthen leadership, customer service, computer and employability competencies in 25 participating youth and adults.
The program consists of 80 contact hours that include workshops, training activities, training and guidance on these topics.
The selection of participants is aligned with the eligibility criteria established by the Community Services Block Grants (CSBG) program. On this occasion, the beneficiary population was made up of residents of the Residencial Las Palmas, in Coamo, Puerto Rico.