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Ontario County Job Leads - 10/14/14
For more information regarding these job leads please contact Ontario County Finger Lakes Works at 585-396-4020.
Wayne County Job Leads - 10/14/14
For more information regarding these job leads please contact Wayne County Finger Lakes Works at 315-946-7270.
Yates County Job Leads - 10/15/14
For more information regarding these job leads please contact Yates County Finger Lakes Works at 315-536-5140.
Seneca County Job Leads - 10/13/14
The attached are the job leads prepared by Seneca County Workforce Development & Youth Bureau. Visit the office located on the 2nd floor of 1 DiPronio Drive, Waterloo to take advantage of our services, which include resume preparation, a fully equipped Resource Room, a variety of workshops based on job search topics (including interviewing, job searching, and several others), individual counseling and assessment, information on training opportunities and MUCH, MUCH MORE!
VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) Volunteers Needed
Seneca County Workforce Development & Youth Bureau, in partnership with the IRS and United Way of Seneca County are seeking volunteers for this upcoming tax season. VITA success relies on dedicated volunteers to provide free tax services to Seneca County residents. VITA is a national program serving individuals and families that earn less than $52,000 per year. Volunteers will help individuals complete and electronically file their returns – all free of charge. Training is provided by the IRS to ensure that all volunteers are comfortable with the basics of tax preparation. Ongoing support is always provided on-site during the tax season. The time commitment is flexible and can work around your schedule. VITA Volunteers do more than just prepare taxes. They play and important role ensuring that Seneca County residents are able to access valuable tax credits returning money back into our community. Volunteers also provide important information to customers about other free programs such as benefits screening, budget coaching, or helping clients stretch their dollars providing them with long-lasting financial security. There are many benefits to becoming a VITA Volunteer: Free IRS training helping you develop a lifelong skill and build up your resume, ongoing support, and recognition from the IRS, and most importantly the personal satisfaction you will gain from providing an important service to your community. To find out how you can promote family economic success as a Seneca County VITA Volunteer please contact LeeAnn Haust at email@example.com or call (315) 539-1884 for more information.
October Calendar of Events - Wayne County
Please view the attached file for upcoming workshops at Wayne County Finger Lakes Works. To register for any of these workshops or for more information please contact (315) 946-7270.
October Calendar of Events - Geneva
Please view the attached file for upcoming workshops at the Geneva Finger Lakes Works-NYS Department of Labor. To register for any of these workshops or for more information please contact (315) 789-1771.
October Calendar of Events - Seneca County
Please view the attached file for upcoming trainings at Seneca County Workforce Development & Youth Bureau. To register for any of these events or for more information please contact (315) 539-1905.
Seneca County Transportation Initiative
Need help with an affordable car loan? Need help keeping your current vehicle on the road? Check out the Seneca County Transportation Initiative Program (STI). The Seneca County Workforce Development Office offers the transportation services to qualified 200% TANF families. See the attached flyer for more details. To see if you may be eligible or for more information, call Mary Kinsky at 315-539-1909
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Advanced Manufacturing Pathways Project
High paying jobs are going unfilled in Advanced Manufacturing!
Think robotics, not wrenches
Jobs in advanced manufacturing have evolved since your parents worked in the industry. Today's manufacturing workforce is highly skilled and operating machinery using computer technology. The Advanced Manufacturing Pathway Project is designed to cover all costs associated with a degree in specific advanced manufacturing fields offered at Monroe, Genesee, or Finger Lakes Community College. There is also additional funding that can be used for living expenses. High paying jobs exist in this industry and this grant is a great way to get started in the new advanced manufacturing industry.
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