Jamestown, NY (WNY News Now) – Participants of the Mental Health Association in Chautauqua County’s (MHA) Goodskills Career Builder program were honored for their accomplishments at an August recovery luncheon, highlighting the program’s impact on career advancement and empowerment.
Bev Michel, a participant of the Goodskills Career Builder program, received recognition from the Mental Health Association in Chautauqua County (MHA) for successfully completing the program. The recent August recovery luncheon served as a platform for Michel to share her positive experience and the invaluable support she received from MHA during her training.
Another participant’s success story emerged as an individual earned a promotion at their new job even before the business officially opened its doors.
Operated under Goodwill of Western New York, the Goodskills Career Builder program is situated on Jamestown Community College’s Jamestown campus. This initiative provides residents of Chautauqua County with four weeks of no-cost training for careers in advanced manufacturing. The comprehensive curriculum combines classroom education with hands-on experience, addressing the demand for skilled workers in local businesses and facilitating upward mobility from low-wage to higher-paying positions.
One standout achiever, a program participant, secured a job promotion even before the business officially launched, underscoring the program’s effectiveness in preparing individuals for career success.
For further details about the Goodskills Career Builder program and prospective employer partnerships, visit Goodskillswny.org or contact (716) 854-3494.