Newsletter Photos October 4, 2012
Assistant Secretary of Labor for EBSA Phyllis C. Borzi meets with business and civic leaders at an Employee Benefits Security Administration forum Sept. 28 at the JFK Federal Building in Boston.
Speakers at the "Women in the Military: Resources for Benefits and Trauma-Informed Care" roundtable were (left to right): Angela Rizzolo of the Women's Bureau; Nora Begley with the Department of Veterans Affairs; Viviana Cordoba of the Massachusetts Women Veterans' Network; Cheryl Poppe, deputy secretary of the Massachusetts Department of Veterans' Services; Jacqueline Cooke of the Women's Bureau; Claire Makrinikolas of the Massachusetts Department of Veterans' Services; Brian Ottlinger of the Massachusetts Department of Career Services; and Captain Susan Baldwin with the Massachusetts National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program.
Dayna Wilkinson (l) and Marsha Sanders of the HIRE Career Ministry at Heritage Fellowship Church in Reston, VA with Ben Seigel of the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships following Sunday's service, where Seigel addressed the congregation about the work of job clubs and ministries.
DANGER! Do Not Operate Without Guards!
Following of the signing of the agreement Shaharazade Thompkins-Lewis, Community Outreach and Resource Planning Specialist, Wage and Hour Division; Maria Rosado, district director of the WHD New York City District Office; Honorable Oscar Padilla Lam, consul general; and Maria Luz Zyrieck consul, both of the Consulate of Guatemala in New York pose for a photo.
Youth Transition to Work Program graduates are looking forward to a bright future through apprenticeship
Chief Economist Dr. Adriana Kugler delivers remarks to the International Association of Latino-American Professionals at Montgomery College in Takoma Park, Md
Assistant Secretary of Labor for Employment and Training Jane Oates kicks off a policy summit with National Journal titled "Powering America's Workforce by Empowering Workers.". Photo Credit - Liz Lynch