IBSA staff, volunteers, and interns are engaged in a variety of successful efforts that promote and support job training, employment counseling and entrepreneurial activities, particularly, activities for youth and low-income adults receiving public assistance. IBSA also provides services in facilitating the transition from Welfare to Work (WtW) for clients through contractual relationships for employment & entrepreneurial counseling, development, retention and support services.
We provide direct services working with youth and adults in Topeka, Leavenworth and Kansas City/Wyandotte County community.
In partnership with programs sponsored by other community organizations, our agency provides orientation sessions to a variety of audiences as an introduction to the elements, realities and benefits of employment, training and entreptrneurship. Presentations are made throughout the year and are shaped to fit audiences as appropriate. What is different is that our clients take responsibility to develop their own networks of mentors that provide a broad range of consulting support and assistance to our clients, students and interns.
In some instances our work is done through volunteers and in others, adults play an appropriately compensated role. IBSA has several corporate business entities that have been consistent in supporting our youth and adult initiatives and we continue to expand the number of business partners and associates committed to our programs success.
The mission of IBSA is to--
A) Provide job training and income opportunities for youth and adults.
B) Provide constructive social activities for youth in low to moderate-income families.
C) Provide access to information and technology to citizens living in low to moderate-income families.
D) Promote and aid in the development of minority owned and operated enterprises.
- Address 629 SE QuincySuite 102Topeka, KS 66603
- Lazone Grays Jr
- Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Education & Literacy, Employment, Justice & Legal