Employment Highlight 3.15.17

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Your future employee is a gentleman who has a long history of employment as a first responder.  He worked for over ten years as a volunteer fireman and emergency responder in New York City.  He has been employed in management in both the restaurant and grocery store fields and would like to find a position where he can use his employee relations and customer service skills.  He would love to work in HR or as a crisis telephone dispatcher. His strengths also include excellent communication skills and a strong desire to help others.  He would prefer part time work but hours are negotiable. Would you give him a chance?

Employment Success

Darryl Anderson, a former SABC client, Kathie Kern, Job Coach from SABC, and Marcus Sheehan, a St. Andrew Bay Center Client currently working at the Humane Society.

 

 

 

Contact Information

For information about this client or any of the other services offered by St. Andrew Bay Center call Kathie at 850.896.5798 or Crystal at 850.532.0884.

Employment Highlight 3.9.17

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Your future employee is an engaging and kind young man who has a long history of steady employment with exemplary attendance and commitment to excellence.  He has numerous skills in the areas of custodial services, kitchen utilities and gardening.  His goal is to work for a company where benefits are available and a long term commitment is possible.  He is warm, engaging and loves working with the public.  He is willing to perform outside maintenance as well as inside custodial or customer service.

 

Employment Success

Nicole Moehling, center, a St. Andrew Bay Center client, shown with Tracy and Rhonda, TJ Maxx managers.

 

 

 

 

Contact Information

For information about this client or any of the other services offered by St. Andrew Bay Center call Kathie at 850.896.5798 or Crystal at 850.532.0884.

Lewis’s Dream Comes TRUE!

Chemical South Transportation provided the opportunity for Lewis to have his dream come true! Julie Barrett-Anderson saw our FB post last week where we shared Lewis had a dream to ride in an 18 wheeler!  Julie called her husband, Todd who works for CST, and his boss, Brad, and they visited us this morning… Smiles Galore!!!

Employment Highlight 3.2.17

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Your future employee is a young man with a degree from GCSC currently attending Florida State University. He is very interested in working in broadcasting and, in fact, did an internship at a local TV station while in high school. The first thing he does when he gets up in the morning is check the news. He loves to read, watches the news diligently, the Weather Channel and the History Channel. He is reliable and responsible as evidenced by the fact that he has worked at his current job for the past eight years. He is punctual, kind, responsible, conscientious and hardworking and would make a great addition to any team. He has reliable transportation and a clean driving record.St.Andrew Bay Center Employment Success

Employment Success

Amanda, a St. Andrew Bay Center client, works in the laundry at Hampton Inn Pier Park in Panama City Beach.

 

 

 

 

Contact Information

For information about this client or any of the other services offered by St. Andrew Bay Center call Kathie at 850.896.5798 or Crystal at 850.532.0884.

Employment Highlight 2.22.17

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Your future employee has an AS degree from GCSC in computer programming. He has worked at his current job for the past three years but would really like something in his field, either data entry or accounting. He is bright, loyal, easy to get along with, diligent and has an eye for detail. He has reliable transportation and a clean driving record. Would you give him a chance in your company? 

St.Andrew Bay Center Employment Success

 

Joelah, a St. Andrew Bay Center client, with Melissa working at Forest Park Animal Hospital.Contact Information

For information about this client or any of the other services offered by St. Andrew Bay Center call Kathie at 850.896.5798 or Crystal at 850.532.0884.

Valentine’s Dance at the Moose Lodge

Panama City Moose Lodge is the BEST! Another AWESOME night!!! Every year they go above and beyond providing a Valentines Dance, Halloween & Christmas Party for individuals with special needs. Many thanks to the Panama City Moose Lodge for holding this dance for our special needs community!!! Nothing but smiles on everyone’s faces and lots of good times! 

St. Andrew Bay Center Clients say you are making a DIFFERENCE!!

Employment Highlight 2.16.17

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Your future employee has multiple years of experience working in a medical setting.  She has worked in admissions, intake and insurance verification at a major medical facility.  She assisted in triaging patients in the emergency room in order to expedite appropriate level of care.  Her clerical skills include keyboard, data entry, filing and managing multiple telephone lines.  She is customer service oriented with experience managing patient/customer complaints and concerns.  She is loyal, and dependable, having averaged seven years at each of her last three positions. She has transportation and is eager to begin working immediately.

SABC Success

Michael Sullivan, a St. Andrew Bay Center client, has worked at Beef O’Brady’s in Lynn Haven for over 11 years.

Contact Information

For information about this client or any of the other services offered by St. Andrew Bay Center call Kathie at 850.896.5798 or Crystal at 850.532.0884.

A Night to Shine!

Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs ages 14 and older. On one night, February 10, 2017, 375 churches, from around the world, hosted Night to Shine for 75,000 honored guests through the support of 150,000 volunteers! Program is supported by the Tim Tebow Foundation [Learn More] .

St. Andrew Bay Center’s Clients attended the event.  A great time was had by all!

Night to Shine is a night for the churches to shine, the volunteers to shine, our honored guests to shine, and most importantly, God to shine! Night to Shine is hosted by over 350 churches in 50 states and 11 countries.  The impact is felt all over the world.

The Panama City Lutheran Church sponsored A Night to shine at Boardwalk this year.