Building Business, Forging Partnerships, Uniting Communities
Thru The Lens Of Social Change
First 100 Jobs
3 D Economic Development Consortium Is Currently Launching A Multiple City Jobs Creation Tour!
It is our goal to create 100 jobs within the first 90 days of launching the initiative in each city. To accomplish this goal the consortium is calling on the community to get involved and help turn out strong community support.
We have created an economic impact blueprint designed to create jobs and launch social service enterprises within the local communities where support is growing the fastest.
This maximizes job creation and allows us to reach more cities as we build on the success of the first 100 jobs.
Successful implementation of the first 100 jobs impact blueprint is a direct result of community understanding, support and unification behind this strategy.
The next step towards productivity is for individuals, organizations and the private sector business community to
move into action!
The next step towards productivity is for individuals, organizations and the private sector business community to participate together, as strategic partners.
This develops the micro economy to create long term employment. Local job creation requires us to move into action!
Setting The Standard
We challenge you to become a pioneer by becoming one of the first communities to set the standard.
Help rebuild your community by supporting a micro economic system that creates jobs directly in your community!
Avenue To Jobs
Strategic Partners help provide the avenue to create desperately needed local jobs.
This approach also supports new localstart up businesses and creates new taxpayers!
As a community united, we can now build on the success of the first 100 jobs. As community support continues to grow, more jobs are created and more opportunity becomes available to those in at risk.
Successful job creation not only benefits those who have gained employment, it also benefits the community at large. Increased spending at local businesses, neighborhood crime rates drop, a growing sense of hope for a better future, pathways out of poverty and recidivism are available.
Strong community support means less government subsidies are needed, more self reliant taxpaying citizens are created and economic healthier communities are developed.