Finger Lakes Works in partnership with Finger Lakes Community College and Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES present the virtual workshop:
When: Thursday, June 17th, 2021 Time: 3:00pm
Where: This will be a Zoom meeting presentation.
To register log onto https://cutt.ly/InterestedinTrainingWebinar
Deadline for registration is June 15, 2021
Once you register you will receive log–on directions
WHAT: Finger Lakes Works offers funds for training eligible individuals in need of skill upgrades so they can compete in today’s workforce. This workshop will provide attendees information on eligibility, course offerings, and the process for applying for training funds
Presenters: Michael Woloson, Business Services Coordinator Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board
For assistance e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participate at no cost!
FLX Teens are Alright!
The FLX Teens Are Alright initiative aims to improve mental health literacy for middle- and high-school aged youth in the Finger Lakes Region of New York. To achieve this, the project brought together a diverse team of 15 local teenagers to create new mental health resources for their peers. Together, youth worked with a team of graphic design professors and students from the Rochester Institute of Technology to design the new materials, which are meant to improve collections and programming in public libraries across Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Wayne and Wyoming Counties. The initiative was a partnership between Common Ground Health, Monroe County Library System, Pioneer Library System and the Rochester Regional Library Council. A Young Adult Librarian from Monroe County also provided support for the written content of the materials. The Network of the National Library of Medicine provided the funding for this initiative.
To see the materials, stop by your local library and check them out or access them electronically at www.healthikids.org/flxteensarealright.
Rochester Regional Health is searching for a Development Officer for the Eastern Region. This position is responsible for identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major gift prospects and donors to Rochester Regional Health. The Development Officer will effectively manage a major gift pipeline for Rochester Regional Health Clinical Departments/Service Lines. To see further responsibilities and apply, visit RRH Careers.
Please help us congratulate our recent Guest Service Gold® trainees who received their nationally recognized hospitality certification from The American Hotel and Lodging Education Institute!! We now have EIGHT local youth who have increased their employability by learning how to be “Customer Service Heroes” just in time for tourist season!
Guest service is the foundation and heart of every hospitality career. Through Guest Service Gold, trainees learn how to anticipate guest needs, deliver memorable experiences, and turn around difficult situations. Recognized worldwide, GSG certification is the highest acknowledgement of award-winning guest service for employees in the lodging industry.
This training was provided by the Finger Lakes WIOA Youth Program. For more information about the youth program, or to apply, please visit https://fingerlakesworks.com/job-opportunities/!