In Their Own Words: CHEFS Graduate Gets Job with Help from MEDA

Training and Development Blog

My experience with the Mission Economic Development Agency has been wonderful. Having been a CHEFS (Conquering Homelessness through Employment in Foodservice) graduate, finding stable and positive work afterwards can be challenging. In an ever-evolving workforce, the need for compassionate job developers helps aid in the often long and difficult process of the job search. Orrian Willis and the rest of the MEDA Workforce Development staff have been thorough in their handling of clients, in addition to seeking out stable, well-suited jobs for participants within the community. Having been referred to MEDA by Episcopal Community Services, I am grateful for their hard work and dedication to helping me find stable employment and, of course, all else who are in need.”

Microsoft Word - MEDA Success Story.docxMichael L. Baumwohl

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