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Making a difference, one job at a time

by Amber Johnson

A common saying from my middle school years is “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?” Even though we don’t really say it anymore, I feel like it still applies. People always talk about how good they are or how much they want to make a difference. Some even come up with ideas, but their actions never seem to back up their words. And that frustrates me.

Many people talk about the problems this world has and then sit back and wait for others to solve them. They’re not going to just disappear on their own. At Dream Chocolate, we really are trying to make a dent in the list of problems in this world. One way we practice this is through job training.

Dream is all about giving people another chance. So we give people a chance in the form of a job. Many people come to the U.S. legally to escape violence or other injustices. These people often start from the bottom here in the U.S. but they are often well educated and used to live in similar conditions to ours. Dream hires these immigrants and gives them job training and they eventually move on.

This is one small way Dream tries to walk the walk. We value our employees because they are part of our American family. As Dream’s president, Kay Johnson, said, President Obama is an example of how “you’re just one generation away from being President of the United States.”

Making a difference, one job at a time

by Amber Johnson

A common saying from my middle school years is “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?” Even though we don’t really say it anymore, I feel like it still applies. People always talk about how good they are or how much they want to make a difference. Some even come up with ideas, but their actions never seem to back up their words. And that frustrates me.

Many people talk about the problems this world has and then sit back and wait for others to solve them. They’re not going to just disappear on their own. At Dream Chocolate, we really are trying to make a dent in the list of problems in this world. One way we practice this is through job training.

Dream is all about giving people another chance. So we give people a chance in the form of a job. Many people come to the U.S. legally to escape violence or other injustices. These people often start from the bottom here in the U.S. but they are often well educated and used to live in similar conditions to ours. Dream hires these immigrants and gives them job training and they eventually move on.

This is one small way Dream tries to walk the walk. We value our employees because they are part of our American family. As Dream’s president, Kay Johnson, said, President Obama is an example of how “you’re just one generation away from being President of the United States.”

Making a difference, one job at a time

by Amber Johnson

A common saying from my middle school years is “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?” Even though we don’t really say it anymore, I feel like it still applies. People always talk about how good they are or how much they want to make a difference. Some even come up with ideas, but their actions never seem to back up their words. And that frustrates me.

Many people talk about the problems this world has and then sit back and wait for others to solve them. They’re not going to just disappear on their own. At Dream Chocolate, we really are trying to make a dent in the list of problems in this world. One way we practice this is through job training.

Dream is all about giving people another chance. So we give people a chance in the form of a job. Many people come to the U.S. legally to escape violence or other injustices. These people often start from the bottom here in the U.S. but they are often well educated and used to live in similar conditions to ours. Dream hires these immigrants and gives them job training and they eventually move on.

This is one small way Dream tries to walk the walk. We value our employees because they are part of our American family. As Dream’s president, Kay Johnson, said, President Obama is an example of how “you’re just one generation away from being President of the United States.”

Making a difference, one job at a time

by Amber Johnson

A common saying from my middle school years is “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?” Even though we don’t really say it anymore, I feel like it still applies. People always talk about how good they are or how much they want to make a difference. Some even come up with ideas, but their actions never seem to back up their words. And that frustrates me.

Many people talk about the problems this world has and then sit back and wait for others to solve them. They’re not going to just disappear on their own. At Dream Chocolate, we really are trying to make a dent in the list of problems in this world. One way we practice this is through job training.

Dream is all about giving people another chance. So we give people a chance in the form of a job. Many people come to the U.S. legally to escape violence or other injustices. These people often start from the bottom here in the U.S. but they are often well educated and used to live in similar conditions to ours. Dream hires these immigrants and gives them job training and they eventually move on.

This is one small way Dream tries to walk the walk. We value our employees because they are part of our American family. As Dream’s president, Kay Johnson, said, President Obama is an example of how “you’re just one generation away from being President of the United States.”

Making a difference, one job at a time

by Amber Johnson

A common saying from my middle school years is “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?” Even though we don’t really say it anymore, I feel like it still applies. People always talk about how good they are or how much they want to make a difference. Some even come up with ideas, but their actions never seem to back up their words. And that frustrates me.

Many people talk about the problems this world has and then sit back and wait for others to solve them. They’re not going to just disappear on their own. At Dream Chocolate, we really are trying to make a dent in the list of problems in this world. One way we practice this is through job training.

Dream is all about giving people another chance. So we give people a chance in the form of a job. Many people come to the U.S. legally to escape violence or other injustices. These people often start from the bottom here in the U.S. but they are often well educated and used to live in similar conditions to ours. Dream hires these immigrants and gives them job training and they eventually move on.

This is one small way Dream tries to walk the walk. We value our employees because they are part of our American family. As Dream’s president, Kay Johnson, said, President Obama is an example of how “you’re just one generation away from being President of the United States.”

Making a difference, one job at a time

by Amber Johnson

A common saying from my middle school years is “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?” Even though we don’t really say it anymore, I feel like it still applies. People always talk about how good they are or how much they want to make a difference. Some even come up with ideas, but their actions never seem to back up their words. And that frustrates me.

Many people talk about the problems this world has and then sit back and wait for others to solve them. They’re not going to just disappear on their own. At Dream Chocolate, we really are trying to make a dent in the list of problems in this world. One way we practice this is through job training.

Dream is all about giving people another chance. So we give people a chance in the form of a job. Many people come to the U.S. legally to escape violence or other injustices. These people often start from the bottom here in the U.S. but they are often well educated and used to live in similar conditions to ours. Dream hires these immigrants and gives them job training and they eventually move on.

This is one small way Dream tries to walk the walk. We value our employees because they are part of our American family. As Dream’s president, Kay Johnson, said, President Obama is an example of how “you’re just one generation away from being President of the United States.”

Making a difference, one job at a time

by Amber Johnson

A common saying from my middle school years is “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?” Even though we don’t really say it anymore, I feel like it still applies. People always talk about how good they are or how much they want to make a difference. Some even come up with ideas, but their actions never seem to back up their words. And that frustrates me.

Many people talk about the problems this world has and then sit back and wait for others to solve them. They’re not going to just disappear on their own. At Dream Chocolate, we really are trying to make a dent in the list of problems in this world. One way we practice this is through job training.

Dream is all about giving people another chance. So we give people a chance in the form of a job. Many people come to the U.S. legally to escape violence or other injustices. These people often start from the bottom here in the U.S. but they are often well educated and used to live in similar conditions to ours. Dream hires these immigrants and gives them job training and they eventually move on.

This is one small way Dream tries to walk the walk. We value our employees because they are part of our American family. As Dream’s president, Kay Johnson, said, President Obama is an example of how “you’re just one generation away from being President of the United States.”

Making a difference, one job at a time

by Amber Johnson

A common saying from my middle school years is “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?” Even though we don’t really say it anymore, I feel like it still applies. People always talk about how good they are or how much they want to make a difference. Some even come up with ideas, but their actions never seem to back up their words. And that frustrates me.

Many people talk about the problems this world has and then sit back and wait for others to solve them. They’re not going to just disappear on their own. At Dream Chocolate, we really are trying to make a dent in the list of problems in this world. One way we practice this is through job training.

Dream is all about giving people another chance. So we give people a chance in the form of a job. Many people come to the U.S. legally to escape violence or other injustices. These people often start from the bottom here in the U.S. but they are often well educated and used to live in similar conditions to ours. Dream hires these immigrants and gives them job training and they eventually move on.

This is one small way Dream tries to walk the walk. We value our employees because they are part of our American family. As Dream’s president, Kay Johnson, said, President Obama is an example of how “you’re just one generation away from being President of the United States.”

Making a difference, one job at a time

by Amber Johnson

A common saying from my middle school years is “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?” Even though we don’t really say it anymore, I feel like it still applies. People always talk about how good they are or how much they want to make a difference. Some even come up with ideas, but their actions never seem to back up their words. And that frustrates me.

Many people talk about the problems this world has and then sit back and wait for others to solve them. They’re not going to just disappear on their own. At Dream Chocolate, we really are trying to make a dent in the list of problems in this world. One way we practice this is through job training.

Dream is all about giving people another chance. So we give people a chance in the form of a job. Many people come to the U.S. legally to escape violence or other injustices. These people often start from the bottom here in the U.S. but they are often well educated and used to live in similar conditions to ours. Dream hires these immigrants and gives them job training and they eventually move on.

This is one small way Dream tries to walk the walk. We value our employees because they are part of our American family. As Dream’s president, Kay Johnson, said, President Obama is an example of how “you’re just one generation away from being President of the United States.”

Making a difference, one job at a time

by Amber Johnson

A common saying from my middle school years is “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?” Even though we don’t really say it anymore, I feel like it still applies. People always talk about how good they are or how much they want to make a difference. Some even come up with ideas, but their actions never seem to back up their words. And that frustrates me.

Many people talk about the problems this world has and then sit back and wait for others to solve them. They’re not going to just disappear on their own. At Dream Chocolate, we really are trying to make a dent in the list of problems in this world. One way we practice this is through job training.

Dream is all about giving people another chance. So we give people a chance in the form of a job. Many people come to the U.S. legally to escape violence or other injustices. These people often start from the bottom here in the U.S. but they are often well educated and used to live in similar conditions to ours. Dream hires these immigrants and gives them job training and they eventually move on.

This is one small way Dream tries to walk the walk. We value our employees because they are part of our American family. As Dream’s president, Kay Johnson, said, President Obama is an example of how “you’re just one generation away from being President of the United States.”