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  Employment Services

 

SCAP IS YOUR EMPLOYMENT SERVICES CENTER. Our employment services are for people who are financially struggling to make ends meet, TANF recipients, or those who have recently lost their primary income due to death, divorce or other means.

Whether you are unemployed or looking to change careers, our services are geared to help you find the right career for you. By enrolling in our classes, you open the door to a brighter future.

CALL TODAY!
518.374.9181

We can help you realize your potential and prepare for the challenges of today's job market.

Identify Your Skills through individualized self-assessment and goal setting.

Job Preparation is our focus. Our classes emphasize the skills you need to meet the challenges of today's workforce.

Training and Education Opportunities are available. Enroll in one of these occupational tracks: custodial maintenance, culinary arts, commercial driver's license, personal care aide, home health aide, certified nurse assistant, and more.

Job Placement/Support and Retention is the cherry on the cake. You will develop a customized resume and learn job search strategies that really work. We specialize in helping you find and retain a job through our career counseling and case management services.


Go to SCAP's Long Story Short campaign to read inspiring stories about real people SCAP has helped.


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Healthcare Professionals Opportunity Grant (HPOG)

Coordinated by the Schenectady County Community College, the HPOG partnership provides pathway supports to TANF recipients or low-income individuals (200% of the federal poverty level) to achieve employment in health care positions that are in high demand, pay well and promote economic self-reliance, while meeting regional workforce needs. Participants have access to enhanced academic supports, as well as clinical, apprenticeship and job training opportunities. Education and training is provided by our Community College partners (Schenectady County, Fulton-Montgomery and SUNY Adirondack) and will lead to four industry credentials, eight certifications and eight distinct degrees within the healthcare arena.

SCAP’s Project LIFT will be offering eligible participants free CNA/HHA training at FMCC! Project LIFT continues to provide a no-cost Career Readiness program. In this brief and successful program, students will learn about local employers, develop a professional resume, brush up on computer skills, and receive assistance finding and keeping a job that best matches their needs and career goals. Call (518) 736-3622 Ext 8974 or email lauren.wickizer@fmcc.suny.edu for more information.

HPOG partners include: SCAP; Schenectady County Community College; Fulton-Montgomery Community College; SUNY Adirondack; Albany Community Action Partnership.


Displaced Homemaker Program (DHP)

SCAP’s Displaced Homemaker Program (DHP) provides classroom training and formal job search assistance that is geared to help individuals learn the skills they need to become gainfully employed and succeed in the workplace. One- to four-week class sessions meet Monday-Thursday from 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. SCAP operates two DHPCenters:

  • 913 Albany Street, Schenectady, NY 12307
    (518-374-9181)
  • Project LIFT, Fulton Montgomery Community College, Johnstown, NY 12095
    ( 518-736-3622, ext. 8971).

As a way to say thank you to our partners, SCAP Spotlights a local business or organization that demonstrates a commitment to those we serve and improving the community.

2015
Price Chopper Supermarkets
Rely Health Care Services

2014
Visiting Nurse Service of Northeastern NY
Heritage Home For Women
River Ridge Living Center
Scotia Mansion Assisted Living

SPOTLIGHT ARCHIVES (2012, 2013)


For more information contact SCAP:

SCAP, 913 Albany Street, Schenectady: (518) 374-9181
Project LIFT at FMCC: (518) 736-3622 ext. 8971

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.