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Helping the Homeless with Jermaine Hampton

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The homeless situation is a problem all over. We are finding that more and morecollege students are homeless. What can we do to help these individuals. Here to give us some tips on how he handles the homeless situation in the DMV area is Jermaine Hampton. 

Jermaine Hampton brings a wealth of experience to the table as Director for both the AimHire Job Placement/Housing Program and the Before Thirty Youth and Young Adults Program. Before joining the Friendship Place team in Feb 2011, Jermaine worked as a government contractor for Montgomery County as a Specialist in employment services, education, and training. In addition to his workforce development background Jermaine also has a great deal of experience in staffing, business management, marketing, advocacy, fundraising, and the nonprofit HR field.   

Under Jermaine’s leadership, Friendship Places AimHire program has received the Tyler Christian Rusch Help the Homeless Award from Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church and a Certificate of Appreciation from the DC Department of Employment Services “for being a valued partner through Mayor Gray’s One City One Hire Initiative.” Jermaine is a current member of the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals and was honored with their 2015 Leadership Award.  Jermaine holds a Bachelor of Science from Virginia State University. 

 

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