Several organizations across the Syracuse, NY area offer education and literacy programs for those seeking to find employment. Services include job training for blind and deaf patrons, non-English speakers and adults wishing to return to school.
AURORA of CNY
Description: AURORA of CNY helps residents that are blind or deaf get jobs and training. They also have a refugee on staff to help that community and serve as a translator for the deaf refugees.
Address: 518 James Street, Suite 100, Syracuse, NY 13203-2282
Phone/Email: Joel Brennan, director of supportive employment, email@example.com; (315) 422-7263 - x277
Description: A new career is closer than you think with OCM BOCES! It all starts by attending an informational Open House, offered every Thursday at 1 p.m. in Liverpool and every Wednesday at 1 p.m. in Cortland. From there, you're just a few steps away from the career you deserve.
To view and download the PDF catalog of all of our Adult Education, Continuing Education, and Literacy Programs in Liverpool and Cortland, click here.
Address: 4500 Crown Road, Liverpool, NY 13090
Mailing Address: Board of Cooperative Educational Services Onondaga, Cortland, and Madison Counties; 6820 Thompson Road, P.O. Box 4754, Syracuse, NY 13221
Phone/Email: Cortland: (607) 758-5111; Liverpool: (315) 453-4455
For assistance, please contact:
Sean Joyce, manager of Central Services, 315-431-8584, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Weidman, Assistant School Purchasing Officer, 315-433-2620, email@example.com
La Liga - Spanish Action League
Description: La Liga offers career services that include professionalism and interviewing classes, resume and cover letter workshops, Internet and computer workshops, job opportunity research and proper conduct for interviewing. La Liga also offers language and translation services for Spanish-speaking participants, including document interpretation and medical interpretation.
Address: 700 Oswego St., Syracuse, NY 13204
Phone/Email: (315) 475-6153; (315) 474-5767 – fax; firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Literacy CNY works to provide adults in Central New York with the literacy tools and skills that they need to be contributing, productive and engaged members of the community. They do this by advocating for adult education, providing instruction and partnering with other community based agencies. Their believe: "Improving Adult Literacy makes our community stronger." LiteracyCNY is ranked Highly Proficient by the NYS Department of Education and enrolled 484 adult students into its instructional programs in 2015r.
Address: Located in the Syracuse Educational Opportunity Center, 100 New St., Syracuse
Phone: (315) 471-1300
Partners in Learning, Inc. – West Side Adult Learning Center
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Prospective employees can sign up to take part in the manufacturing apprenticeship program at www.aactjobs.com. As part of the New York State Manufacturing Intermediary Apprenticeship Program, training will cover the majority of the 4-year required related technical instruction hours for several advanced manufacturing positions including CNC Machinist, Machinist, Tool Maker and Maintenance Mechanic. There are ten training positions open and there is no fee to participate. During the nine weeks of training, students will be paid $10 an hour for 40 hours a week. As they complete the training they will be earning $13 per hour. Successfully completing the program will allow them to continue in a four-year-long apprenticeship with built-in wage progressions.
Training will take place in a “Mobile Learning Lab” which will be parked at Madison County Career Center, 133 North Court Street in Wampsville. Unfortunately, the trailer is not available for a photo op before training begins. We are requesting assistance from the media in sharing information about the apprenticeship program with the public so as to generate as many applicants as possible.
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