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Southington Care Center Receives “Workforce Business Star” Award from Capital Workforce Partners
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Back row pictured from left: Capital Workforce Partners Employer Engagement Specialist, Millie Lopez-Cook; Tara Pollard from Finance Category Winner Travelers; CTWorks Business Service Consultant Cindy Scoville; Healthcare Category Winner Southington Care’s David Santoro; CTWorks Business Services Consultant Susan MacKay; Retail Category Winner Deb Donahue of Paradies Shops; and CTWorks Business Services Consultant, Matt Ruminski. Front row from left: Carlos Figeroa from Travelers; Pamela Nabors, Capital Workforce Partners’ Director of One-Stop Services and Business Services Team Lead; and Manufacturing Category Winner, Michele DePatie and Steve Kellner from Taylor & Fenn.
Southington Care Center was presented with Capital Workforce Partner’s “Workforce Business Star” award in healthcare at the 4th Annual Workforce Stars Recognition & Celebration which took place on June 19th at La Renaissance in East Windsor, Connecticut. “We, at Southington Care Center, have always advocated for the personal and professional advancement of our staff. The ability for us to partner with Capital Workforce Partners for our certified nursing assistants to gain additional clinical knowledge will translate into not only a better trained workforce, but also into an even higher level of quality care for our long term residents and short-term stay rehabilitation patients,” stated David Santoro, Southington Care Center Executive Director.

According to Cindy Scoville of Capital Workforce’s CTWorks Business Services Team, “I was extremely happy to have the opportunity to work with Southington Care Center - a group that was so eager to be a part of growing their own workforce along with creating the curriculum that was needed for the workforce to develop.” Southington Care Center is a not for profit member of Central Connecticut Senior Health Services affiliated with The Orchards at Southington, Mulberry Gardens, Connecticut Center for Healthy Aging, Jerome Home and VNA of Central Connecticut, Inc.

As the region’s Workforce Investment Board, Capital Workforce Partners leverages public and private resources to produce skilled workers for a competitive regional economy. The CTWorks Business Services Team brings the collective resources of Capital Workforce Partners, the CT Business and Industry Association, the CT Department of Labor and the region’s Chambers of Commerce to meet business needs.



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