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ELL Co-Enrollment Navigator CoP - Shared screen with speaker view
Marisol Del Rio
04:42
Yes
Marisol Del Rio
08:10
We are here
Marisol Del Rio
08:20
Marisol and Elisandro
Marisol Del Rio
08:43
We are on the phone
Marisol Del Rio
08:50
We can hear you
Marisol Del Rio
09:18
We'll try one more time
Marisol Del Rio
09:38
Sure
Elisandro Garcia Jr.
09:54
Elisandro Garcia Jr.
Elisandro Garcia Jr.
10:17
ELL Navigator for RichmondWorks
Marisol Del Rio
10:44
I am Marisol Del Rio from the Department of Employment and Training. I'm an ELL Navigator RichmondWORKS AJCC for the City of Richmond
Ani Khachikyan
10:47
Ani Khachikyan Verdugo Jobs Center ELL Coordinator
Saul Magana
11:52
Food, bill assistance, rental assistance, utility assistance distant learning and continuing education
Marisol Del Rio
12:07
Job search
Marisol Del Rio
12:24
Training
Claudia Calderon
12:26
Issues with financial assistance, job search food assistance
Marisol Del Rio
12:31
Rental assistance
Ani Khachikyan
12:57
Financial Assistance Job readiness and job coaching
Saul Magana
13:50
Resume building, distant job coaching
Elisandro Garcia Jr.
14:13
Job search, rental assistance, resume building
Marisol Del Rio
22:42
I am worried that they won't reach out when they actually need help. Not sharing specific documents when they believe there could be some public charge
Marisol Del Rio
25:33
A strategy I have used is a phone call. If thy don't pick up, I leave a voice message just wondering how they are doing and that even though we can't speak in person, I am available to provide any information they need
Marisol Del Rio
26:24
You're welcome
Ani Khachikyan
26:42
Clients not providing documents requested and not following through the process. Sometimes it takes a little more time with some clients and they get upset.
Ani Khachikyan
27:56
Being patient and understanding client’s frustration. Explaining them the there are spe
Ani Khachikyan
29:25
specific rules and regulations we have to follow.
Marisol Del Rio
35:24
We started by mailing resources and meeting with them curbside. We can't see them in our office due to county orders, but meeting them outside has worked so far
Marisol Del Rio
36:05
Yes, the office is getting plexiglass and we are almost ready
Claudia Calderon
38:11
economic wellbeing assessment checklist
Ani Khachikyan
38:31
Coaching clients on employment decisions during COVID-19
Elisandro Garcia Jr.
38:50
Coaching clients on employment decisions
Claudia Calderon
41:50
yes
Elisandro Garcia Jr.
41:51
Yes
Marisol Del Rio
41:53
No, most of them do want to work
Saul Magana
42:58
Some would like to work and those that do are given the CDC guidelines and are guided on the different guidelines provided
Marisol Del Rio
47:04
Nothing much besides they want to work since they have bills to pay. There are some that are high-risk or a family member is and they have to stay at home. I give them resources of some organizations that are helping with financial aid
Marisol Del Rio
47:30
I also let them know about places where they can pick up groceries
Marisol Del Rio
53:06
We have called our clients and ask how they are doing during the pandemic
Marisol Del Rio
53:23
We also make sure we update our recources every week
Marisol Del Rio
53:31
resources*
Marisol Del Rio
54:02
We also follow up with our partners
Ani Khachikyan
54:02
We also have developed a questionnaire and as we are contacting clients and completing the questionnaire with then. After determining the needs we provide services specific to their needs.
Ani Khachikyan
58:07
Thank you!
Marisol Del Rio
58:17
No, thank you!
Claudia Calderon
58:18
Thank you
Elisandro Garcia Jr.
58:29
No, Thank You
Ani Khachikyan
58:33
Thank you!