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The Dewey Community Center will host UpSkill Waco’s first job training sessions, which will start later this month and focus on industrial maintenance.

Rod Aydelotte, Tribune-Herald file photo Mike Copeland

Show up wearing steel-toed shoes and willing to learn a trade, and a new program supported by Prosper Waco and the Cen-Tex African American Chamber of Commerce could mean a job making $32,000 a year to start.

It takes money to make money, as the saying goes, and Prosper Waco has received a $250,000 grant from the Trellis Foundation to put the jobless and

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