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August 27, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
The Jobs Resources Center won a temporary reprieve this week as the City Council voted unanimously to fund the facility for the next six months. Bowing to concerns of police and local businesses, the council agreed Tuesday to spend about $47,000 to keep the center running. But the council advised the center's director, Carmen Saldana, to seek grants and private funding to pay for the center's future operation. Facing a $2.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 27, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
The Jobs Resources Center won a temporary reprieve this week as the City Council voted unanimously to fund the facility for the next six months. Bowing to concerns of police and local businesses, the council agreed Tuesday to spend about $47,000 to keep the center running. But the council advised the center's director, Carmen Saldana, to seek grants and private funding to pay for the center's future operation. Facing a $2.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 30, 1993 | LYNDA NATALI
For 17 years, young people have wandered into the YES employment agency on 19th Street looking for help. Some job seekers have sported purple hair or earrings in their noses. There have been gang members, people living in shelters, high school dropouts and high school graduates hoping to earn money for college tuition. Since the nonprofit agency opened its doors, more than 32,000 young people aged 14 to 22 have found jobs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 30, 1993 | LYNDA NATALI
For 17 years, young people have wandered into the YES employment agency on 19th Street looking for help. Some job seekers have sported purple hair or earrings in their noses. There have been gang members, people living in shelters, high school dropouts and high school graduates hoping to earn money for college tuition. Since the nonprofit agency opened its doors, more than 32,000 young people aged 14 to 22 have found jobs.
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