TBICO teaches people how to take control of their lives. It is an educational, employment and personal resource center for individuals who want to improve their skills, expand their employment options, and enhance their future and the futures of their children.
LouAnn Bloomer, President & CEO of TBICO, was recently interviewed by Ms. Betty Wong, freelance writer and contributor to HEARST media services, Connecticut Area newspapers, including the News Times, CT Post, Stamford Advocate and Greenwich Time.
We are pleased and proud to showcase her article Jobscape: Older jobless can create new careers that appeared in the June 22, 2014, Sunday edition, Business Section. Click here to read the article.
"The vision of National Charity League is to inspire and empower women with the skills and confidence to succeed as well-rounded contributors in their communities. The partnership with TBICO is a natural fit, as TBICO provides its students with the essential skills, experience, and confidence to secure better jobs, which enhance their career and lives. TBICO provides a truly life-changing program and service to its students, and the NCL Ridgefield Chapter is a proud supporter and partner."
Ms. Dawn Farrell
NCL Ridgefield Chapter President, 2013-2014
Left to right: Ms. Lorraine Piazza, NCL Ridgefield Chapter Philanthropy Liaison for TBICO, presents grant award to Catherine Keating, TBICO Communications Director and Program Manager, at the chapter's year end meeting and awards ceremony.