Workforce Development

WA‘A (Working, Attaining, Achieving) -  a workforce development program that supports financial stability and an increase in savings through vocational training and financial literacy education.

The WA‘A (Working, Attaining, Achieving) program is for those who want to improve their job skills and increase their financial understanding. Funded by the Aloha United Way and Hawaii Community Foundation ALICE initiative, the WA‘A program is modeled after the Hawaiian outrigger canoe, wa‘a, which requires a strong and resilient lead (the program participant) to set the destination and tone for their journey as well as a competent and agile crew (program staff and trainers) who work closely together to reach long-distance goals. 

 

Are you ready to reach your career and financial goals and chart your course to success? Join the WA‘A program for support with: 

Job Training & Placement 

Are you seeking employment? Need a standout resume? Want to participate in a vocational training opportunity? 

Financial Literacy 

Take control of your money. The more you understand finances, the better decisions you make in budgeting and achieving your financial goals.  

Bonus: Potential to earn a savings match of up to $250 if you complete the program!

 

How to Join: Call our office at 808-466-4242 or email melisa@familypromisehawaii.org.

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