This article written by Alec MacDonald and published in March of 2016 highlights Ronald Broach who is a case manager for BOSS and discusses his story and the programs he works with at BOSS.
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Ronald Broach helps turn lives around inside an inconspicuous white building just north of Oakland City Hall. The people who enter his ground-floor office arrive in search of employment, housing, or health care, vital needs that have escaped their grasp because of bad luck, bad choices, or both. Broach puts puts these needs within reach, offering a trove of resources and a wealth of compassion.
He serves as a case manager for Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency, or BOSS, an East Bay nonprofit that provides various social services at numerous facilities across Alameda County. He operates out of BOSS' Career Training and Employment Center, where job-seeking individuals who have a disability, are homeless, or have been formerly incarcerated can drop in to polish their resumé, practice their interviewing skills, or search for open positions.
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