Here we feature some of those who are seeking employment etc…..
The Incredible Mr. Lippert:
A 21st Century Cowboy
In the state known for the Grand Ole Opry, breathtaking Smoky Mountains and smooth-gaited Tennessee Walking horses, a young Andrew Lippert thrived by working with his parents on the Bill Rice Ranch for the Deaf in Murfreesboro, TN. God, family, music, work and quarter horses were at the center of Lippert’s life. Those elements were instrumental in the development of his character and remain treasured components of his life today…. Read More.
Michael Williams: The Quiet Man
Even though he grew up as the fifth of eight children in a single-parent home in Littlefield, Texas, Michael insists he was alone much of the time. His siblings teased him about “being adopted” because he was quiet, busy thinking about and analyzing things he had read or heard. He was a natural problem solver. For example, when a neighbor asked his mother if he could give Michael a used bicycle, which amounted to little more than a broken-down frame with no tires or handle bars, Michael was too busy figuring out how to make it work to be upset about its dilapidated condition…. Read More.
Brett Taliaferro: Warehouse Wizard
Brett Taliaferro is easily recognizable; his warm smile and signature long hair pulled back neatly rest comfortably under a billed cap. He can be seen each week volunteering at Launchpad Job Club setting up and manning the greeters’ table, explaining the various handouts, and putting first-time attendees at ease.
Also, he has stepped up as a co-facilitator for the Austin North X Northwest Clublet. This clublet is for job seekers looking for work in Travis and Williamson Counties. Taliaferro arranges for speakers … Read More.