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When community development is effective, there is less crime, less disparity between citizens, superior jobs available, a more skilled and innovative workforce, and less overall issues that impact residents. Community development doesn’t necessarily solve problems in a city; it reduces problems and increases opportunities for growth. Impactful community development stimulates both economic and business development. 


Dependable Source Corp Center for Community & Workforce Development corporation was organized exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code.


Dependable Source Corp Center for Community & Workforce Development believes that all people should have access to health, wellbeing, wealth and opportunity. 


Community development provides the foundation a city or state needs to improve the lives of its citizens. It creates strong, diverse communities that are able to attract and keep talent, start and grow businesses, and overcome issues that arise. Citizens will be happier, healthier, richer, and live longer lives. Businesses will have a larger base of customers who can purchase their products and services, and our state will have a more skilled and diverse workforce to help grow its overall economy. 


  • Dependable Source Corp Center for Community & Workforce Development supports activities that encourage broad participation and result in social, environmental, and economic improvement for the community.


  • DSC promotes sustainable development, equality, economic, business and employment opportunity, through the organization, education and empowerment of people within their communities, whether these be local, urban or rural settings.


  • DSC seeks to empower individuals and communities with the skills they need to effect change within their communities. These skills are often created through community, business and workforce collaborations working for a common agenda.


  • We work directly with community groups and organizations, economic and business developers, government and other policy makers to advocate for better economic and business development programming, while helping educate and link programs and resources to strengthen communities.

  • Community Development: Strategy & Organization

  • Employer Development

  • Workforce Training

  • Resource Building

  • ​Sustainability (Essential Industry Careers)

  • ​Strategic Planning

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