“Anytime you get money, it’s a great occasion,” said Ann Wilson, with Hillside Terrace Family Resource Center.
The government finances will help SET hire or retain service coordinators who will work directly with families. The coordinators will help connect them with education, job training, placement and computer and financial literacy programs.
Crystal Davis knows this will a great thing for Milwaukee because she’s already benefited from one of SET’s programs.
“I didn’t know how to use a computer,” Davis said.
And now she’s a scheduler after the organization helped her a GED.