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The CAP Program
won a $2,500 Best Buy Grant!
November 13, 2006.... Long Island
Works Workforce Builders Luncheon & Awards
North Shore Sun Press Release of November 10,
the press release from our first meeting of the 2006-7
Above top: Candace Golightly, Raymond
Perini, Doug Morrow, Mike Poveromo, Susan Wilson, Legislator
Losquadro, Italo Zanzi
Above bottom: Drew Crouthamel, Jeff Davis, Roseann Bufalino, Xristos Gaglias,
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January 2006... Times Beacon Record
November 24, 2005... Times Beacon
November 14, 2005...
The Bank of Smithtown won the 2005 Workforce Builders
School-Site Initiatives Award &
the Council for Dedicated Merchants (CDM) is the recipient
2005 Workforce Builders Advisory Board Award.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 14, 2005, Rocky Point, NY--The
Long Island Works Third Annual Workforce Builders Awards
Luncheon was held on November 14, 2005, at the Melville Marriott.
The Workforce Builders Awards honor efforts to promote a
strong Long Island economy and workforce. The winners were
chosen from among more than 375 members of the Workforce
Builders Honor Roll. The Workforce Builders Honor Roll recognizes
businesses, educational institutions and other nonprofit
organizations, and government entities taking action to ensure
Long Island continues to have a skilled workforce by participating
in programs that promote workforce readiness, business etiquette
and ethics, broadening skills for today’s economy,
funding established programs, and school-to-work activities.
With more than 800 in attendance at the luncheon, the event
highlighted the ever-growing relationship of employers with
Rocky Point High School’s Career Advisory Partnership
(CAP) member organizations won awards for their outstanding
commitment to students, education, career, and community. The
Bank of Smithtown (Louise Timms, Branch Manager) received the
2005 Workforce Builders School-Site Initiatives Award & the
Council of Dedicated Merchants (CDM)Chamber of Commerce (Mike
Poveromo, Executive Director; Maureen Schneider, President)
were the recipient of the 2005 Workforce Builders Advisory
Board Award. The CAP program was established in the fall of
2004 and has taken giant steps throughout the past year, bringing
valuable career education and opportunities to the students
at Rocky Point High School.
Congratulations to all the CAP Honor Roll recipients and to
the Council of Dedicated Merchants (CDM) Chamber of Commerce
and The Bank of Smithtown on their well deserved awards. If
you would like more information on how you or your organization
can become involved with the CAP program, visit www.rpcap.org on
the WWW or call Education Chair Susan Wilson at 744.1600, ext.
Many of our dedicated members have
earned a place on the Long Island Works 2005 Workforce Builders
Our First Career Brunch on April
20, 2005, was INCREDIBLE!!
"It was the most educationally entertaining
time I have ever been involved in."... Mo Mo "G"
" It was AMAZING!!!"... 7th Period Career & Financial Management Class
" It was a GREAT learning experience. I want to be a lawyer."...Lisa
"The best kind of dream is the one that keeps growing!"...Amanda
Summer 2005--Our dedicated
members have earned a place on the Long Island Works 2005 Workforce
Builders Honor Roll
Business Etiquette & Fashion Show Workshop a HUGE success!
hopes CAP catches on!
Effort Boosts Rocky Point Schools Business Curriculum