CAP Services Recognizes Major Milestone

  • Share:
October 03, 2019
CAP Services is celebrating the 1,000th graduate from the Skills Enhancement Program and will host a community breakfast for donors, partners and others who contributed to this incredible milestone on October 15, 2019 from 7:30 - 9:00 a.m. at Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve in Appleton.

The breakfast program will feature a Skills Enhancement Program participant,
Laura Leyh. She will share her story on how CAP has assisted her in obtaining her massage therapy license and how she is utilizing other programs within CAP to achieve her end goal of starting her own business. She is hoping to open by Oct. 1.

Attendees will also hear Arletta Allen, CAP’s keynote speaker tell the story of her life where she overcame adversity while upholding an optimistic outlook on life’s challenges. Arletta was able to utilize programs from another Community Action Agency to help her achieve her goals. Allen inspirational public speaker who recently was a TEDx Fond du Lac speaker in 2019.

Seating is limited and registration is required at www.capservices.org/skills1000 or contact Stacie
Hazlett-Rothe at srothe@capmail.org or (920)257-4966.

CAP's Skills Enhancement Program is to support low-income individuals in accessing training that will result in better-paying jobs with benefits. That support typically includes financial assistance for books and tuition, and training-related childcare and transportation expenses. Last year, the average increase in annual income of our completers (36) was $17,700 and 64% of them obtained jobs with health insurance benefits.

CAP Services is a private, nonprofit community action agency that has been advancing social and
economic justice for people and communities in Marquette, Outagamie, Portage, Waupaca and
Waushara counties since 1966. For more information, visit capservices.org.