PATERSON, N.J. -- Paterson’s anti-poverty agency, working with a local high-end furniture maker, is offering training in woodworking and upholstering, according to a report on northjersey.com.
The free program, run by city’s non-profit Task Force for Community Action and Greenbaum Interiors, starts Friday, Sept. 11, northjersey.com reported.
Eligible to participate are city residents who are either unemployed, or who meet certain income requirements, the report said.
For more information, or to enroll in the program, contact Mariel Serrano, the task force’s job coordinator, at (973)-279-2333, the report said.
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