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4 December 2006

Out of Poverty

Challenges for Pennsylvanians Transitioning Out of Poverty: Research & Policy video teleconference
Learn more about the barriers to Pennsylvania’s low-income individuals retaining work, Pennsylvania’s migrant youth’s expectations for their future, and current Department of Welfare’s changing policies that are impacting Pennsylvanians. The research and policy implications that will be presented are Pennsylvania based. This is an opportunity for you to learn more about diverse clientele groups living in Pennsylvania.


Poverty & Place: Facilitating Successful Transitions into the Workplace
Jill Findeis, Professor of Agricultural, Environmental and Regional Economics & Demography

Pennsylvania’s Hispanic Youth’s Challenges to Achieve Their Dream
Jill Findeis, Professor of Agricultural, Environmental and Regional Economics & Demography; Tasha Snyder,
Assistant Professor of Rural Sociology & Demography; and Leif Jensen, Professor of Rural Sociology & Demography

2006 Deficit Reduction Act (DRA) Impact Upon Pennsylvania’s DPW Programs
Cheryl Davis, Director of Bureau of Employment and Training Programs, Pennsylvania
Department of Public Welfare

For more information, contact: Natalie Ferry, D.Ed., Penn State Cooperative Extension, (814) 863-6150 or nmf3@psu.edu

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