New Orleans, LA

Kingsley House’s Together! Stronger! Better! Week postponed

Pierre St-Jean

NEW ORLEANS, LA – Kingsley House has decided to reschedule the “Together! Stronger! Better! Week" program to November, as announced on its website.

Initially, this program was scheduled for September 7 – 10, 2021 in recognition of National Workforce Development Month. Kingsley House invites education and training providers, employers, community organizations, and the local workforce for a week of workshops and programming at its Gayle & Tom Benson Community Center, 1600 Constance Street, New Orleans.

This program gathers workforce development partners for strategic conversations and insights into the state of the local and state workforce landscape; and provides comprehensive workshops, networking opportunities, an employer expo, and a resource fair for job seekers. The week concludes with a luncheon.

Ava Cates, Secretary of the Louisiana Workforce Commission, will be the keynote speaker, and Norman Barnum, an interim CEO of the New Orleans Business Alliance, will provide an overview of the local workforce landscape (NOLABA).

The Together! Stronger! Better! job seeker workshops the Employer Expo on Thursday are free and open to the public. The luncheon is a ticketed event that requires payment. All activities require registration, which can be done by clicking here.

There are sponsorship opportunities available. For more information or questions please call Anthony Enterante, Kingsley House Annual Giving Director, at 504-523-6221, ext. 127, or send an email to

Kingsley House is committed to providing individuals and families with the resources they need to succeed at every stage of life through collaboration with families and dedicated community to promote economic growth and social change in our city, state, and region.

For more information and update visit Kingsley House’s website.

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