From Uncertainty to Thriving
Charlene Oliveras and her family moved to Central Florida as a result of Hurricane Maria’s devastation in Puerto Rico. After the direct hit, the situation on the island was dire, and Charlene’s husband lost his job. The future was uncertain, and the family made the difficult decision to leave a lifetime in Puerto Rico to look for new opportunities in Central Florida.Read More »
Let’s Talk about Success!
We love this! Recently, Johnny Robinson was a homeless veteran for several months. The Supportive Services for Veteran Families program (SSVF) helped him stabilize his living situation, but they required him to find a job in order to stay in their program. More on Mr. Robinson’s storyRead More »
Thank You for Your Service
“A special thank you to Lisa Milsap and Jenee Christian for checking up on me via email, phone or walk-in and making sure any questions I had were answered and making sure resources were available to me. You guys really made a difference and all of your efforts are deeply appreciated.”
Those words were just a small part of a note of appreciation received at the Seminole Center recently.
Now This is A Talent Solution Consultant!
Business Services Consultant, Erin Flowers, embodies what being a CareerSourcer is all about. She recently reached out to Bayshore Interactive in her search to connect with new businesses. She went with a few resumes of some qualified candidates as she met with the owner. They hired one of those candidates, Miguel, who was an ITA completer that worked with Kathy Wilde and they are thrilled with them.Read More »
Collaboration Leads to Connections
CSCF recently participated in a targeted patient healthcare job fair event for Orange County District 5 residents. We supported Southern Technical Institute WIOA participants who are seeking permanent employment in the CNA, HHA or PCA fields. Leah Rawlins represented to provide training information on our services. Read more…Read More »
We’re Thirsty to Ignite Their Potential
CSCF, in collaboration with The Coca-Cola Company and Taylor Horan, a UCF alumna, recently hosted the Dear Future Orlando Challenge event in Orlando. The initiative encouraged young adults ages 18 to 24 to submit ideas that tackle community-specific challenges. Taylor’s submission was inspired by her personal experience when she was in high school and wishes she had exposure to different career paths and opportunities available in her community. More more & Photos…Read More »