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CitySquare announces Workpaths hospitality training program

CitySquare WorkPaths
Written by FWD501cReporter

Dallas-based CitySquare announced on its website Jan. 8 that it is now offering a five-week hospitality training program for adult men and women.

The classes will begin on Jan. 16 and will be held from 9 am – 3 pm every weekday.

According to CitySquare’s website, the WorkPaths program “creates experiences that connect people to the transformative power of work, community and opportunity” and is geared towards unemployed or underemployed adults. The program provides intensive training classes to increase participants’ functional skill levels to help them secure a living-wage job.

To find out more about this program and to apply, click here.


Our mission is to fight the causes and effects of poverty through service, advocacy and friendship.

Since our humble beginnings in 1988 to present day, CitySquare has grown into a broad community development organization offering a comprehensive array of social services that address four key areas related to the persistence of poverty: hunger, health, housing, and hope. Together, our 17 social service programs provide more than 50,000 human touches in Dallas, Waco, and Denver, Colorado.

To find out more, visit CitySquare’s website.

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