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Quest Celebrates 25 Years

QUEST’s celebrating 25 years serving San Antonio. Our Silver Anniversary Luncheon was a huge success, raising essential funds, and supporting countless San Antonians.

WOAI on QUEST Workforce Development

David J. Zammiello, QUEST’s new executive director, talks with Bret Piatt from WOAI News Radio 1200. Discussion elements include QUEST’s mission, practices, successes, and future!

Express News Editorial Board Trumpets QUEST Success

After the release of the “Escalating Gains” report announced the impact QUEST has on helping those in poverty reach the middle class, the Editorial Board of the Express News took notice. The Express News Editorial Board agreed with the study’s characterization of QUEST as “an excellent local economic development strategy.” Click here to read what […]

Poverty Reduction in San Antonio

Originally published by KSAT12 News There are now fewer people living in poverty in the San Antonio-New Braunfels area, according to U.S. Census Bureau data released on Friday. The numbers show a 2.1 percent drop, which means a decline of nearly 39,000 people out of poverty. City budget approval increases funding for workforce development program City […]

QUEST wins 6 Million for IT Training

Originally published in My San Antonio by Lynn Brezosky Project QUEST said Wednesday it has won a $6 million federal grant to help the nonprofit train some of the region’s long-term unemployed for well-paying jobs in information technology. “Project QUEST is thrilled to receive this grant and we are ready to implement it,” Sister Pearl Ceasar, executive […]

Labor Department awards IT job-training funds to Project QUEST

Originally published in San Antonio Business Journals by James Aldridge San Antonio’s Project QUEST has been awarded a $6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor that will help more low-income residents get the training they need to fill jobs in information technology. Project QUEST collaborated with the City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Communities […]