Become a Census Taker and Get Paid to Help Your Community

You can even APPLY IN PERSON at the following recruitment events!

Ontario County – 4/8/19 from 9 am to 3 pm at NYS Dept of Labor Career Center, 70 Elizabeth Blackwell St. in Geneva

Wayne County – 4/9/19 from 9 am to 3 pm at NYS Dept of Labor Career Center, 1519 Nye Rd. in Lyons

Yates County – 4/10/19 from 10 am to 2 pm at Yates County Workforce Development, 417 Liberty St. in Penn Yan

Seneca County – 4/15/19 from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm at Seneca County Workforce Development, 1 DiPronio Dr. in Waterloo

Upcoming Career Navigator Courses in Seneca and Wayne Counties

An Intensive Training Program for Job Search & Success


Jump start your job search with this 5-day interactive, strategic approach to proactively managing your future.

  • Learn how to redefine your skills to fit existing and emerging industries and occupations.
  • Design a job search strategy to fit your values, skills and goals.
  • Learn the marketing techniques that will get your message out to the people that make the hiring decisions.
  • Discover the increased power of working in teams, led by certified career professionals.
  • Navigate the obstacles and challenges of the changing economy and learn the new rules of job search.
  • Master the ability to successfully transition into new directions of employment and control future employment paths.

Who Should Enroll in Career Navigator?
Job Seekers who:

  • Desire to stay in the same field and who want to learn how to compete.
  • Require an industry and/or career change based upon their transferable skills.
  • Want support in identifying new search strategies, tools and techniques. 

Itinerary:

Day 1:  Defining Strengths

Day 2:  Search Strategies

Day 3:  Branding and Marketing

Day 4:  Communication and Decision Making

Day 5:  Goal Setting and Accountability

Dates and Locations:

Monday, April 8th through Friday April 12, 2019 9am-1pm

Seneca County Workforce Development, 1 DiPronio Drive, Waterloo, NY  13165

dtam@co.seneca.ny.us  or  315-539-1888

Monday, June 3rd through Friday, June 7th, 2019 9:00 am to 1 p.m.

Wayne County Fire Training Center, 1525 Nye Rd., Lyons, NY 14489

jwsmith@co.wayne.ny.us  or call 315-946-7707

Finger Lakes Features: New Vision Medical Career Program

The New Vision Medical Career Program provides an exciting “new vision” of blended academic, experiential learning, and career education, targeting high school seniors with an interest in medical careers.

Members of the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board received a presentation on the program from Finger Lakes Technical & Career Center Instructor Laura Van Niel, M.S. at March’s board meeting earlier this week. Accompanying Ms. Van Niel were three current students who spoke of their experiences in the program.  

Offered cooperatively by Finger Lakes Health and the Finger Lakes Technical & Career Center (part of Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES) for component school districts, this program allows students to explore medical careers.  Qualified high school students must apply in the winter of their junior year for the competitive selection process.

Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach, students master Nursing Assistant competencies useful in a wide-range of careers that enable them to interact with patients and medical staff while on 24 clinical rotation sites.  Rotation sites are arranged in 4, 6-week blocks of analogous units; Diagnostic, Acute Care,  Unique Populations, and Surgical to enhance students’ understanding of patient/resident care, increase retention of clinical knowledge, and master system-based practices.  Computer Based learning modules introduce students to specific principles and medical-surgical disorders of human organ systems they are likely to observe while on rotation.  Directed Experiences outline each rotation, providing a guide for students to be proactive about their learning opportunities.  The hospital based interdisciplinary classroom approach allows students to study health sciences, English, government, and economics simultaneously and apply this practice-based learning throughout the132-bed general acute care hospital.

Graduates from the program have been accepted at over 170 post-secondary institutions in 29 states; 3 Ivy League Universities, the U.S. Naval and Army Academies, and various direct entry (accelerated) professional programs.

For more information log onto: https://www.flhealth.org/patients-visitors/education/health-career-exploration/new-vision-medical-career-program

From left to right: Sarah Bernard, Joe Brinza and Adam Novak.