Jarod Cronk’s faith, entrepreneurial skills and spirit support his family and build community in Washington Heights and Sherman Park.
The Milwaukee TechForce Training center, created by a $1.3 million federal grant, has brought together public and private partners with the goal of educating and retraining individuals to provide access to family-sustaining careers in the information technology industry.
Chloe Allison, a Milwaukee native, designs children’s wear and accessories for her business, Alli C.
According to individuals familiar with the local manufacturing industry, people from underserved communities will need increased access to education, exposure to technology and a “growth mindset” to access the opportunities of the future.
Four Asian restaurants and an Asian grocery store reside within a block of one another in the largely Latino neighborhood of Silver City.
JCP Construction, an African-American-owned company that has worked on several recent high-profile projects including the new Milwaukee Bucks arena and the Commons, has been hired as the general contractor for Bader Philanthropies global headquarters. The $9.5 million headquarters will be built in Harambee.
The Juvenile Reentry Assistance Program aims to help youth expunge criminal records that hamper their ability to find employment and quality housing.
St. Ann Center hosted its second incubator to help startups launch or expand businesses in the 53205 and 53206 ZIP codes.
Birdsong’s, a family-owned aromatherapy shop that sells body oils, soaps and African-themed items has reopened two blocks from its original spot on King Drive.
Milwaukee ranked poorly on employers’ willingness to hire people with an irregular work history and limited “soft skills,” according to the 2016 Community Readiness Assessment released by YWCA Southeast Wisconsin.