including Akron, Otis, Yuma, Wray and Lone Star. Through those services, Bornhoft says she hopes to enhance the employability of those in SWAP, increase employment opportunities, form partnerships between local businesses and schools and to help involve students with communities in a positive, meaningful way. Not only does SWAP benefit students in area schools and young adults, but Bornhoft said local businesses can gain from the program as well. SWAP gives a number of resources for local employers including qualified applicants, financial incentives like tax deductions, on-the-job training, education and training of potential employees, pre-screening of applicants, job coaching, a quick response to needs and ongoing support services. As a part of SWAP, Bornhoft works with individuals placed in employment for 15 months following their hiring to make sure things are running smoothly for both the employee and employer. Should there be issues that arise with in that time frame, as a SWAP specialist, Bornhoft can work with employees to correct any concerns. In addition to employment, SWAP gives businesses the ability to provide students with business tours, sit on advisory boards, speak to high school students, offer feedback on resumes and speak with students on a one-on-one basis. Business employees can offer input into the types of skills needed in order to be successful in the workplace and encourage students to job shadow for different positions. “Anything to get these kids involved, paid or unpaid,” Bornhoft said. “Community and employer involvement is paramount to our success.” Since taking over SWAP at Northeast BOCES in September, Bornhoft has visited with students in each of the seven schools she covers in addition to meeting and connecting with local business owners. In doing so, she’s asked many businesses to complete a short survey on information in that specific workplace to better understand what resources are available locally and to arm herself with an arsenal of information on employment opportunities to better help students find a perfect employment fit.
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