Hundreds Unemployed after Shelters Close
WESLACO – Hundreds of employees are officially out of a job.
Shelters housing unaccompanied minors in the Rio Grande Valley officially closed on Easter Sunday.
The International Educational Services spokesperson, Robin Diane, tells CHANNEL 5 NEWS they let go of 300 employees.
There were eight shelter locations across the Valley.
IES started in 1988, housing thousands of children and providing foster care.
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