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Finger Lakes Hires: Have You Heard? Finger Lakes Works and del Lago to Host Community Career Fair!

Hot off the press!! An in-person job fair with multiple employers across multiple industries! Get ahead of the back to school/back to work rush and take a look at employment opportunities now! More openings, more options – what’s the best fit for you?

Click here for a list of participating businesses!

Resiliency During a Pandemic and Forward Vision

The performance plastics industry is on a strong trajectory.  They are integral to many medical applications and played a key role in the fight against COVID-19, contributing such things as tubing for ventilators, face shields, barriers, IV bags and many other essential items.  The performance plastics industry focuses on delivering high quality materials to their customers that are also environmentally friendly.  Many of the manufacturers of these plastic products are leading the charge on plastics recycling with massive recycling centers at their sites.  Finger Lakes Extrusion is no exception to this with a solar array that offset 85% of its annual electric usage, reusing all off spec material back into their process, partnering with other processors to take any of the scrap that they are unable to use to be used into their process.  The diversity in their customer base is also another strength of Finger Lakes Extrusion.  They are not solely dependent on any one industry and therefore are consistently busy, never having to implement a lay off or work share program.

Interested in joining the team as an Extruder Operator? Forward resumes to

Introducing our sister youth program in Wayne County – STEADY WORK!

This workforce preparation program will provide work opportunities for opportunity (disconnected, disadvantaged, at-risk) youth ages 14-24 with paid work experience(s) in their field(s) of interest while also providing supports to overcome challenges and barriers. Steady Work rallies community resources around individual young people and creates pathways for success when traditional programming cannot meet their needs. Steady Work is available to all qualifying Wayne County NY residents!

To learn more about this program, please contact Jay Roscup, Community Schools Director at Wayne County Consortium of Schools, Finger Lakes Community Schools, 315-527-6546 or email

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