BUILDING QUALIFIED EMPLOYEES AND
Opportunity Centers of America (O.C.O.A.) seeks to bring change to American Urban Communities through job training, real estate revitalization, strengthening families, and social issue education. O.C.O.A. was formed after the 2016 election cycle and is dedicated to helping ALL AMERICANS – regardless of race, religion, or political affiliations. During the election cycle, a great depth of unfavorable conditions was discovered in America’s Urban Communities, causing O.C.O.A. founder to vow to bring a positive change into those communities.
O.C.O.A.’s mission is to Restore Families Across America by addressing a lack of opportunities, the broken family unit, and issues of safety. For O.C.O.A. to fulfill its mission, it also serves Rural America through various partnerships. O.C.O.A. plans to provide multiple opportunities that will positively affect future generations. O.C.O.A. requires individuals to participate in their projects to have some level of personal investment. History has demonstrated that those with skin in the game fight harder for a successful outcome. When one is required and rewarded for thinking BIG, greatness will follow.
Encouraging and inspiring individuals to take the necessary steps required to better themselves, such as by learning new skills or overcoming bad habits.
Addressing their lack of foundational skills, work experience, marketable skills and environmental trauma, in order to produce a well-trained qualified employee or successful entrepreneur.
Focusing on building the family unit by emphasizing individual responsibilities, addressing past failures and identifying the long term value of each other.
Providing pathways, processes and practical application in structured scenarios to drive successful outcomes.
Emphasizing the importance of civic engagement and a shared burden between law enforcement and community in order have true public safety in America.
O.C.O.A. has ten practical solutions to end generations of hopelessness in America based on decades of primary data and life experiences. These ten solutions will reduce poverty and crime while strengthening families, revitalizing communities, placing veterans first, and developing a robust workforce in America.
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