Project for a Better Tomorrow is a non-profit public benefit corporation filed in California which also operates under a 501c3 as an educational and opportunities based program dedicated to bridging the gap in workforce development training for high school age to young adults.
While addressing jobs and work place readiness policy proposals we took note of the many good and promising programs that currently exist, including chief among them That program begins to bring important innovations and funding to our public schools to align the next generation workforce with local employers by providing training and skills needed fill current workforce ready jobs to attract new jobs to the Sacramento Region.
Our mission is to provide educational and project based programs for high school age to young adult pathways to CTE (Career Technical Education) and skilled trades apprenticeship programs.
Who are we?
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1420 E. Roseville Pkwy
Roseville, CA 95661
Work Place Discipline: Dependability and Productivity
Winning Attitudes: Belief in Self, Commitment to Family and Community
Leadership Skills: Managerial Opportunity, Problem Solving and Persuasion
Kids each year
abandoned by The Golden State’s public school system
Work ready employment opportunities
that will go unfilled in our country this year
New opportunities in the next four years
ARE READY TO BE FILLED RIGHT NOW
in the American construction industry
PROJECT FOR A BETTER TOMORROW MEMBERS IN WORKFORCE TRAINING
Teamwork: Tolerance, Communication and Attitude
Customer and Business Service Orientation: Perseverance and Interpersonal Skills