This article reports on a model developed by the Florida Crown Workforce Board in cooperation with the University of Florida' s Welfare to Work Initiative. The model proposes a sustained educational experience that includes a variety of activities to enable welfare transition clients to become employed and self-sufficient. The concept of a Learning Continuum is described, and implications for Extension are discussed.
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Bolton, E. B., Burford, R. E., & Chastain, J. C. (2004). A Model for Sustaining Participation with Hard-to-Serve Clients: The Learning Continuum. The Journal of Extension, 42(3), Article 21. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol42/iss3/21