Workforce Dev Bd of the Tres Coast

Provide Opportunities. Improve Lives.

aka CAREER SOURCE RESEARCH COAST   |   Port St. Lucie, FL   |  https://careersourcerc.com/

Mission

Provide Opportunities. Improve Lives.

Ruling year info

1988

President / CEO

Mr Brian Bauer

Vice President / COO

Tracey McMorris

Main address

584 NW University Blvd Suite 100

Port St. Lucie, FL 34986 USA

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EIN

65-0054673

NTEE code info

Employment Procurement Assistance and Job Training (J20)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

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Summer of Success

Summer of Success (SOS) is an innovative 8-week work readiness-training program consisting of 2 main components; soft skills training and work experience through paid internship. Youth Ages 16-21 that reside in St. Lucie County, Martin County may apply. (Possibly expanding this program to Indian River county.) Priority enrollment is given to youth fitting specific criteria such as; youth involved in a local youth character-building organization, criminal offenders, pregnant or parenting youth, youth with disabilities, youth living in Lincoln Park Area or considered to be low-income according to the federal poverty guidelines, or youth identified as at-risk for street gang activity. Youth must complete a web-based application (similar to applying for employment), submit 2 letter of recommendation, complete career interest assessments, and attend a face-to-face interview with SOS staff. Youth are selected for participation or placed on a waiting list based on an interview scoring system. Once enrolled in SOS, participants complete 2 weeks of Youth Employment Success Solution, Commonly known as "YESS Class", where they learn workplace etiquette, business communication skills, financial literacy and explore career pathways. After successfully completing YESS Class, they youth earn a monetary incentive and are assigned to a 6 week paid internship with a local employer. Every effort is made to place the youth in their career field of interest (based on the career assessment completed during the application process) for their internship assignment. The youth may work up to 32 hours per week and are paid a wage of 9.00/hour. SOS provides many of these youth with their first experience in the workplace and every step is designed to mimic a normal work scenario, from the online application to the exit evaluation at the end of the program.

Population(s) Served
At-risk youth
Economically disadvantaged people

Title I of WIOA authorizes services for youth, adults, and dislocated workers. ... Eligible adults must be age 18 or older. Eligible dislocated workers are generally individuals who have been terminated from their last employment and are unlikely to return to their previous industry or occupation.

Population(s) Served
Work status and occupations
Social and economic status
Ethnic and racial groups

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Workforce Dev Bd of the Tres Coast

Board of directors
as of 09/22/2021
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Ms Pamela Burchell

Cleveland Clinic

Pamela Houghten

Director, Program Administration - FIU Center for Translation Science

Werner Bols,

Bols Construction

Helene Caseltine

Director of Economic Development, Indian River County Chamber of Commerce

Robert Cenk

Homecrete Homes, Inc.

David Freeland

St. Lucie County CTA/CU

Carrol Frischkorn,

Frischkorn Builders

Wayne Gent

t. Lucie Public Schools

Leslie Kristof

Keiser University

Jeannie McCall

Director of HR - Sandhill Cove retirement Living

Sean Mitchell,

St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners

Pete Tesch

Executive Director, St. Lucie County Economic Development Council

Angella Williams

VP of Human Resources, Treasure Coast Hospice

Maddie Williams

Executive Director Treasure Coast Builder’s Association

Jim Brann

President, The Porch Factory

Jose Capellan

Veteran Services Manager, St. Lucie County Veterans Services

Jill Hanson

Director of Sales, Staybridge Suites

Lawrence Hawes

General Manager, Airburners, Inc

John Millay

Superintendent, martin County School Board

Dr. David Moore

Superintendent, School District of Indian River County

Terrance Moore

CEO, Moore Solutions, Inc

Wayne Olson

VR Area Director, Vocational Rehabilitation

Debbie Perez

Senior Director, Total Rewards & Talent Acquisition of Florida Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Systems