City of Presidio Library honors Experience Works service

PRESIDIO- Mr. Saul Pardo completed one year of service in the Experience works program at the City of Presidio Library. Experience works program and Senior Community Service Employment program provides paid community service assignments at local public and non-profit organizations, training, referral to needed services, and job search assistance. With updated skills, participants use their community service training as a springboard to permanent jobs with local employers.

It is a win-win program for community service partners public and nonprofit organizations benefit from an expanded workforce that enables them to enhance their services and operations through partnerships with Experience Works. Participants typically perform a variety of tasks that would otherwise not be accomplished because of lack of funding.

The Experience works program pays the wages to participants assigned to these agencies. It is a resource for employers to hire older workers they benefit the company because they are dependable, skilled, loyal, and conscientious. Pre-screened candidates save time and money in recruitment costs. Experience works can also help design customized training to meet specific employer needs.

The City of Presidio Librarian, Ms. Elguezabal and her assistant Mr. Flor es would like to recognize Mr. Pardo for his completion of one year of dedicated service to the City Library.