Cross Training Center
Aug 15, 2018 01:04PM
By Sponsored Content
Mission StatementTo equip disadvantaged and under-educated adults through vocational training and job experience so they can attain employment and become financially successful.
- Corporate partnerships
- Monetary donations
- Community speaking engagements
- Collection drives for needed items
Upcoming EventsInvite CTC to speak about solutions to poverty at a civic, church, or workplace event.
BackgroundCross Training Center provides vocational training and job experience for those who are not able to attain a job due to challenging backgrounds and circumstances. CTC empowers and equips those who have been incarcerated or homeless, involved in gangs or substance abuse, have mental or emotional disorders, have been a victim of human trafficking or domestic violence, or live in poverty for numerous reasons. They receive life-changing training and experiences in order to gain employment on a career path that breaks the cycle of poverty for generations to come.
Brag LinesStudents receive work experience while providing valuable services and products that benefit our community.
Cross Electronic Recycling kept over 300,000 pounds of electronics out of the landfills last year.
Redeemed Computers and Electronics refurbished over 500 computers, laptops, and appliances.
Cross Automotive provided 58 donated vehicles to those in need last year.
Cross Social Hall hosted over 40 events while helping students learn hospitality services.
Pay it ForwardDonate automobiles, electronics, and other out-of-service equipment. Everything collected is used to provide vocational training and job experience.
Utilize CTC’s services when a need arises. Find out more online.
Financial contributions are needed to build a recycling warehouse and a commercial kitchen, and to meet the annual operating budget.
People are encouraged to hold collection drives at workplaces, churches, or civic groups.
Cross Training Center
5030 N. 72nd St. Omaha, NE 68134 402-590-2100 crosstc.com
The Big Give was published in the September/October 2018 edition of Omaha Magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.