Skill QUEST In the News

Skill QUEST has been recognized in various news media, a few of which you'll find below:

SAVE THE DATE: 2016's North Texas Giving Day will be September 22, 2016. Last year's event was a tremendous success for Skill QUEST, raising thousands of dollars we've used to match the $650,000.00 from the State's ACE Fund that was awarded to Skill QUEST, subject to our receiving equal matching funding from local and regional funders. We are actively visiting with all our past and present students, talking with every one of our generous donors who have supported us through the years, and networking throughout the community with individuals, private businesses, city and county officials, and others to grow our funding base, not only to match the state's funds, but further to insure low income working adults throughout north Texas will always have a clear pathway out of poverty and into great jobs that pay a family living wage plus provide good benefits and a rewarding career path. Won't you help us help our neighbors? We encourage you to take advantage of the additional funding North Texas Giving Day makes available through the generous multiplication added by Community Foundation of Texas and other area donors. Just visit http://www.northtexasgivingday.org/#npo/skill-quest

If you have opportunities such as bulletin boards and windows where a poster advertising NTGD would help to motivate others to support Skill QUEST, please CLICK HERE to download an 8.5" x 11" PDF poster you may print and distribute. Thanks for your help..

If you miss out on NTGD, you can always support our work at http://skillquestntx.org/content/donate. Thank you.

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Skill QUEST Awarded $500,000.00 ACE Fund Matching Grant and is Open for New Enrollment

May 27, 2014: Skill QUEST announced at a press conference today it is the recipient of a $500,000.00 matching grant from the State of Texas ACE Fund to continue and expand its workforce intermediary activities in North Texas. Executive Director Dr. Priscilla Kimery said that with matching funds from other sources, this will bring a total of a million dollars or more to Skill QUEST's long term training for high wage, high demand jobs. CLICK HERE to view the entire 22 minute press conference. To view WFAA's (Dallas TV Channel 8) video coverage, please CLICK HERE.

On September 18, 2014, Skill QUEST received notification of additional ACE funding in the amount of $150,000, bringing the total ACE funding for north Texas to $650,000!

Dallas Morning News has written a story on Skill QUEST. Click on the link below to learn more.
Skill QUEST curbs Dallas poverty by helping workers move into new careers