by, Corey Nash
ROCHESTER,NY- Only RochesterWorks! provides a unique set of customized services to businesses and job seekers at little-to-no cost, preparing a skilled workforce and connecting them with opportunities in our region. On May 6th 2019, RochesterWorks! St. Paul Career Center was honored by Cheryl Dinolfo, Monroe County Executive, who praised the center on their dedication to seeing their customers succeed.
"RochesterWorks! St. Paul Street Career Center share several unique partnerships with Monroe County, all focused on increasing the education & skills-training opportunities for our current workforce." Dinolfo Said. "The St. Paul Career Center administers several successful programs, all which cater to the most vulnerable & disadvantaged career seekers."
St. Paul Location offers a "Work Experience Program" for clients to increase confidence in their ability to work as well as provide them with present work related experiences. Its a year long internship that gives individuals an opportunity to be productive citizens within the community. It also gives an opportunity for the organizations to mentor, train and/or identify potential candidates for hire based on their work habits, communication skills and their motivation to achieve.
"This honor is in direct reflection to all the hard work that goes into preparing our customers and getting them to the job fairs," said Kathy Ziegler, St. Paul Street Career Center Manager.
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Written by, Corey Nash
HENRIETTA, NY.- On January 17th, 2019, more than 1000 job seekers stopped into the Flynn Center @ Monroe Community College to speak with over 70 companieslooking to hiring motivated individuals who are seeking employment. The event ran from 10am to 2pm, with lines of people trying to check in for registration. The 11th Annual Career Conference offered workshops during the fair, one by Rosa-Smith Montanaro & another presented by John Logal. Both of the workshops met full room capacity, which is the first time it has ever happened at the Career Conference. This was one of the most successful conferences yet.