New Career Improves Life for Family
Mt. Clemens Career Center
“When I lost my job in June 2016, I wasn’t sure what was going to happen. My options as I applied for jobs were looking grim. How was I going to support my two kids going back to making minimum wage?
When someone said, “Are you interested in going back to further your education?” That’s when I met Jason Alessandro, who was understanding and so helpful. He guided me through the process and always checked on my progress. When I thought I couldn’t get through this, he found ways. Thank you, Jason Alessandro, for everything you’ve done to help better my life for my children and I.
Now I am getting hired through St. John Providence to start my career as a medical assistant. Thank you.”
Sincerely, Sarah Adamick
Sarah received Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) dislocated worker funding for training as a Medical Assistant with Ross Medical Education Center.
Submitted by Jason Alessandro