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Requests for Proposals – Workforce Development Services For WIOA Eligible Seneca County Adults and Dislocated Workers

The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board Inc. (FLWIB) is requesting proposals from qualified sources to provide year-round services to WIOA eligible Adults and Dislocated Workers that are available to receive such services provided in Seneca County in accordance with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

Requests for Proposals – Workforce Development Services For WIOA Eligible Seneca County Adults and Dislocated Workers

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Requests for Proposals – Disability Resource Coordinator

The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board, Inc. (FLWIB) is requesting proposals for a Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC). FLWIB is required to have at least one DRC to build capacity within the workforce development system by developing and convening or joining an already established Integrated Resource Team to serve individuals with disabilities, including individuals with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities, ages 18 and older.

Request for Proposals – Disability Resource Coordinator

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Finger Lakes Hires: Have You Heard? Get on the right career path with assistance from NYS Department of Labor

For many of us our career path does not take a straight line, or always go the direction we wanted. In this presentation we’ll take a moment to reflect on your path thus far and think about where you might want to go next. During this July 27th webinar, participants will learn about career assessments, suggested job titles, researching those job titles, and creating a career plan. After the webinar, reach out to your local Finger Lakes Works Career Center for even more information

Find more free virtual workshops offered by NYS Department of Labor here!

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Finger Lakes Hires: Have You Heard? You still have a place in the workforce – even with a conviction

Do you have a criminal conviction or arrest in your past that you feel is affecting your job search? This presentation will help you to understand how involvement in the criminal justice system may impact your life. You’ll learn more about how to obtain background checks and records of arrest and prosecution, or RAP Sheets and how these documents can help you prepare for interviews; different kinds of post-conviction relief for which you might be eligible; and a free legal program called the “Breaking Barriers Pro Bono Project” that can help you in your reentry journey. This July 27th NYS Department of Labor presentation will be conducted by Ms. Elizabeth Justesen, Esq., Chief Community Outreach Officer at the Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County Breaking Barriers Pro Bono Project.

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Finger Lakes Hires: Have You Heard? You don’t have to be scared of speaking in public – NYS Department of Labor is here to help

Everyone encounters situations where public speaking skills are necessary. It could be at work, school, or in other social settings. For many people, public speaking can be difficult, nerve wracking, and can cause a lot of stress. This July 26th workshop will cover several techniques to help approach public speaking in a practical way and to help conquer fear.

Tips on using public speaking skills during an interview and how to recover from disasters that may occur during the interview, will also be discussed.

Find more free virtual workshops offered by NYS Department of Labor here!

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