30 Day Public Comment Period for Emergency Assistance (EA) & Emergency General Assistance (EGA) Policies
What are Ramsey County EA and EGA policies? EA and EGA help families and individuals avoid homelessness. EA and EGA can keep people in their home or assist them into new living situations. A portion of the Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) Consolidated Fund pays for EA each calendar year. An annual state grant that runs from July-June pays for EGA. Funding is primarily for:
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Service Position Summary: Minnesota Opportunity Corps members serve one year making a difference in the lives of individuals with multiple barriers to employment and economic self-sufficiency. As an Employment Navigator, you will help program participants one-on-one and in group settings increase their employability, find gainful employment, and ultimately strengthen their financial stability.
Connecting Brain Science to Practice - Videos
Ramsey County is highlighting innovative work by Workforce Solutions, Goodwill Easter Seals, and other service partners regarding research findings from our Families Achieving Success Today (FAST) program. The centerpiece will be research about brain science and how it connects to the work we are doing with families. Specifically, we are highlighting educational research that can be applied in practice to support families as we find ways to help them combat poverty and move into unsubsidized jobs. Below are videos of some innovative work in our community.
Phillip Zelazo- U of MN
Peter Baird- MDRC
Ladonna Pavetti Framework
Judy Parks, CWU
Afternoon Response Panel
Everybody In is a regional collaboration of community, business, and government partners. Together we use our collective social capital to influence and execute high-impact strategies to create equity in employment. Our goal is to eliminate employment disparities in the 7 county Twin Cities metropolitan area by 2020.