Exposing inner city students to an array of cool jobs and careers is the mission of the BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE - GREEN JOBS & CAREER EXPO. Our first event will be held on May 16, 2018 at the Carl H. Lindner YMCA in Cincinnati, Ohio. More than 1,500 Students from local high schools will learn about various professions as they explore job options and dynamic career paths. The program provides lesson plans and activities to engage students in learning about different industries prior to and after attending the EXPO.
ACF Enterprises offers a range of professional development training that improves job performance by making managers and employees feel more confident and in control of workplace circumstances.
Don't worry, ACF Enterprises is here to help. Our Green Build BootCamp© provides a pathway for Minority, Women and Small Business owners to build value and competitive advantage into their enterprises.
What is critical for success today is not someone with the right skills, but someone who can also manage in a new 21st century workplace that includes a diversity of age, gender, ethnicity, religious beliefs and more.
If you own a Section 3 business that isn't fit to compete, then you need to attend Green Build BootCamp©. Oh, snap! You don't know what it means to be a Section 3 business? All the more reason you should attend. You don't want to miss out on a $26 BILLION DOLLAR OPPORTUNITY to grow your company with HUD's massive program to rehab and reconstruct public housing.
Our Building for the Future Professional Development Training Program isn't about bricks and mortar. It's about the ability to continuously build and improve on one's knowledge and skills in an ever-changing business climate.
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Building for the Future "Best Practices for RAD" was created by Robert Bell for the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority