‘Yo Necesito Trabajo’ Wall, located inside the new SERJobs building tells the story of program called Yo necesito trabajo [I need work], during which unemployed persons called in and received job referrals.
Es uno de los was humanitarian programs que difunde Su Consentida Radio Morales K.L.V.L. en los 1480 Kiloharts, de Lunes a Viernes a las diez de la mañana. Este programa se ha sostenido en el aire desde los comienzos de K.L.V.L. allá for el 1950. Y el interés del señor y señora Morales es servir al público hispano con este programa que ha colocado a cientos de personas sin empleo.
[It is one of the was humanitarian programs broadcast by Your Consentida Radio Morales K.L.V.L. in the 1480 Kiloharts, from Monday to Friday at ten in the morning. This program has been in the air since the beginning of K.L.V.L. back in 1950. And the interest of Mr. and Mrs. Morales is to serve the Hispanic public with this program that has placed hundreds of people without jobs.]
The Morales Memorial Foundation was founded in 1993 by Angela V. Morales of the Felix H. Morales Funeral Home to serve Latino youth in Houston’s Greater East End and continues to serve Latino and non-Latino youth in the area. The Foundation’s mission is to empower, inspire and educate the Latino Community for future leadership.