Education and Job Training Opportunities
Alice’s Garden provides models of regenerative farming, community cultural development, and economic agricultural enterprises for the global landscape. We are transforming Earth, Families, and Community, one tomato, yoga session, herbal class at a time!
Hopkins Street School - UW Community School
Hopkins Lloyd Community School (HLCS) engages students, parents, and the community to work toward the common goals of success for children while enriching parents' lives as well
JobsWork MKE, Inc.
We provide the pathway to overcome these barriers, to help motivated people find sustainable employment and become self-sufficient. With self-sufficiency comes pride. A feeling of self-worth. A positive impact that ripples out beyond the individual | Financial Education/Literacy & Support Small Business | Michael Adams email@example.com
Lindsay Heights Neighborhood ECO Tour
Walnut Way Conservation Corp., a neighborhood-based nonprofit known for its innovative work in economic and environmental health and wellness, leads the charge in redeveloping blighted homes and commercial properties, transforming vacant lots into gardens and orchards, growing successful social enterprises, and creating a hub for health and enterprise. | firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com
Milwaukee College Prep
Milwaukee College Prep–Lloyd Street Campus (MCP) was established as an MPS non-instrumentality charter school in 2011. MCP is predicated on standards-based models, highly structured learning environments, and proven curricula driven and informed by assessments.
North Division High School - UW Community School
North Division High School is one of the major public high schools in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, part of the Milwaukee Public Schools. It began operation in 1906, was abolished in 2006, and was reinstituted in 2011. |Address: 1011 W Center St, Milwaukee, WI 53206
Phone: (414) 267-4900
Running Rebels Community Organization
A Positive Alternative Outlet for Milwaukee Youth!
In 1980, at the age of 19, Victor Barnett saw many of the young people of Milwaukee being pulled into the street life of gangs, crime, and violence.