Anthony Hall is giving back to young trade union apprentices after graduating from the Building Futures program four years ago. “There are only two problems right here: time and being able to listen, that’s it!” he advised a new crop of pre-apprentices last Wednesday. Hall (right), who will become a cement finisher journeyman in a month, worked various jobs before CSA Client Services Coordinator Sylvia Casaro Dietert informed him of an apprentice opportunity with the masons’ union. “20 minutes later, there he was!” recalled Casaro. “Anthony is ready to give back and share with those coming behind him the key to his success.
Building Futures’ Mission Is To Increase Access To Safe, Affordable Quality Housing For Families, Children And Individuals Living With Hiv/Aids In Washington, Dc. This Provides A Foundation For Building Dignified, Stable, And Healthy Lives And Futures. We Endeavor To Deliver Comprehensive Housing And Case Management Services That Will Allow Families Living With Hiv/Aids To Stay Together As A Family Unit And Individuals To Live In Safe And Affordable Housing. Further, We Assist Families And Individuals In Accessing The Health Care And Social Services Necessary To Maintain Their Health.