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Workforce Development Contact

Michelle Hart, Workforce Development Coordinator

Office: 603-435-2500 ext. 8195

LauraKate Dickstein, Employment Counselor

Office: 603-742-3600
NH WORKS Somersworth Office
243 Route 108
Somersworth, NH 03878-1512

Workforce Development Testimonial

Allen, a 52 year-old man living in Rochester, received his GED at the age of 40, which was key factor in finding full-time, permanent employment. His work history consisted of five months in 2014 working for a local factory and as property maintenance manager for five years at car dealership.
Allen was made WIA eligible requested counseling and job search assistance. He felt he had many transferable skills and could be trained on the job to show potential employers he is able to learn new tasks and fill his skill gaps.
While Allen had not worked in construction industry, he did have previous experience working with wood, tools and machinery. We were able to find him on-the-job training with a local company as a lead carpenter, and he begin working for them in the OJT. He was able to receive QC certification and his training was successfully completed in May 2015.
When Allen first came to us he had an idea as to where he wanted to take his career, but was unclear as to how to make his dream a reality. Now he is making a good salary in a full-time, permanent job in a growing industry.