Employment, Job Related

Center for Empowerment and Employment Training

  • Washington, DC
  • www.ceet.org

Mission Statement

CEET encourages and empowers low-income and disadvantaged adults, of any background (TANF Recipients, ex-offenders, homeless individuals, people with little or no job skills), by providing them with training that is geared to achieving a GED, obtaining job skills and employment, and building self-confidence. CEET provides this assistance to anyone who walks through their doors at little or no cost.

ruling year

2001

Principal Officer

Self-reported

Ms Margie Joyner

Keywords

Self-reported

Job Training, Literacy, English as a Second Language, GED, Job Placement Assistance,

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EIN

52-2238394

 Number

2018204032

Physical Address

600 W Street, NE

Washington, DC 20002

Also Known As

CEET

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Employment Training (J22)

Remedial Reading, Reading Encouragement (B92)

IRS Filing Requirement

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Programs + Results

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Overview

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CEET continued to provide GED preparation, literacy, and computer classes--Word, Excel, Computer Repair-- to individuals ranging from 16 and up in Fall 2012.  The semester ended on December 3rd and will begin again on January 28th.  CEET hosted 80 Summer Youth from the Department of Employment Services (DOES) and worked with them to strengthen their academic skills in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics; provided Job Readiness and Employability classes and training for a period of six weeks (June-August 2012).  CEET continues to serve 25 low-income families through its Family-to-Family Mentoring program.  The program is geared to strengthening families and providing resources and supportive services.  The programs offers parenting education classes, anger management classes, and workshops that cover important issues such as Nutrition, Financial Management, Health Issues, etc.  CEET also assisted 150 individuals with finding employment.  In addition, CEET partnered with several organizations around the DC Metro Area to provide resources, training, and job fairs.

Programs

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Program 1

CEET conducts classes on a semester basis. During the fall (September-December) and spring (January-May)semesters, CEET prepares students for the GED, Windows XP, A+ and Network+ Certification exams. CEET also provides ESL classes, computer classes (Basic Windows, all levels of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access), Customer Service and Sales, Entrepreneurial Development Training, Bookkeeping/Accounting, Public Speaking, Business Writing, English Grammar, Reading, Personal Development seminars, and job readiness seminars. Classes are offered Mondays through Thursdays during the evening hours from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm (Fall and Spring semesters only). Free Computer classes are offered during the summer sessions (June-August)to TANF recipients and low-income families. Job readiness classes and placement services are offered Monday-Friday from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm.

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Budget

Funding Needs

CEET needs operating support to continue its ability to assist low-income individuals and families who cannot afford to pay for job training.  We offer scholarships to those who cannot afford to pay.

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The Center for Empowermnt & Employment Training
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31

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Center for Empowerment and Employment Training

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Ms Margie Joyner

BIO

Margie Joyner is President and one of the founding members of the Center for Empowerment and Employment Training. She and her partners envisoned an organization that would empower poor people to excel and take charge of their own lives regardless of their life circumstances. Ms. Joyner has 25 years of financial and management experience in both for-profit and non-profit organizations. She also has extensive volunteer experience in providing counseling and mentoring services to former drug addicted women in the District of Columbia.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Denise Slaughter

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