Santander Bank awarded Career Collaborative $2,000 for the Job-Readiness and Job-Search Course. Career Collaborative’s board member Hilly Ebling (left) and president Susan Schiro met with Santander’s Michael Bruno, region president Northeastern New England (second from right) and Nuno Dos Santos, Boston downtown senior district executive (right).
It’s unusual for someone to get a job during the twenty-day workshop, but Sylvester did it. He got a full-time driving position at Max Finkelstein, Inc. When he rang the bell, Sylvester told the other people in his class that before long, they’d get new jobs too.
Nice job Sylvester!
Vincent started his target job as a warehouse worker at Gate Gourmet. He came in to ring the bell wearing the employee badge that he wears each day to work. He thanked everyone on the staff for helping him, saying “They really care about you. If you don’t come in and apply for jobs, the people here stay on you.”
Rosa’s hard work paid off! After a summer of applying and interviewing, Rosa got a job as a teller at Village Bank. She encouraged job-seekers to keep going, take notes, ask questions, and apply, apply, apply.
Way to go Rosa!
Mike Jackson, the H.R. Director at Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership, came to Career Collaborative to hand-deliver an offer letter to William and then watched his newest employee ring the bell. Pictured here with his new employer, William (on the right) has accepted a position as a Program Representative at M.B.H.P. where he will be helping clients with housing.
Yoiner got a job as a Customer Service Representative at People’s United Bank. He said he would not have gotten the job without practice interviews, and the district manager at People’s told him that the three thank you notes Yoiner sent to different people made him stand out from the other candidates
Keep up the good work Yoiner!