LCCC PATH advisory board meets



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    The PATH advisory board at Luzerne County Community College met at the College’s Educational Conference Center to discuss skills needed in the workforce. The PATH program provides one-on-one job coaching, access to workshops and on-going support for the first year after employment. Funding for the program is provided by the United States Department of Labor - Employment and Training Administration. In attendance, from left, first row, are: Libby Yeager, Wilkes-Barre, director, curriculum development, LCCC; Jana Hamrick, Bloomsburg, human resources, CSS Industries/Berwick Offray; Tracy Kleban, Mountain Top, business service supervisor, Luzerne County PA CareerLink; Marco Argelesio, Bethlehem, assistant director, TAACCCT fiscal team; Helene Mancuso, Dunmore, program manager, TAACCCT, LCCC; John Welgosh, Mountain Top, job developer, EDSI CareerLink; and Georgia Egan, Dallas, job placement specialist, LCCC. Second row: Lenore Pitsilos, Bethlehem, community of practice administration, Northampton Community College; Christine Jensen, Wilkes-Barre, administrator, PA CareerLink; Sharon Bartolini, Dallas, executive director, Educational Opportunity Centers; Angeline Abraham, Edwardsville, academic specialist, Educational Opportunity Centers; Mary Dolon, Hazleton, grant writer, LCCC Foundation, Inc.; Mike Salute, Zionsville, executive director, PATH, Northampton Community College; David Sawicki, Mountain Top, director,business solutions, LCCC; Bob Conner, Glen Lyon, chair, automotive, LCCC; Louise Menendez, Plains Township, career coach, TAACCCT, LCCC; and Ed Kuehner, Ashley, associate professor, technology and coordinator, electrical construction technology, LCCC.

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