Monthly Archives: May 2017

Job Corps Orientation


Job Corps Orientation

Wednesday, June 7

3:00-5:00 p.m.

Job Corps is a great opportunity for people ages 16-24 to learn a trade, become certified, and even obtain a GED or diploma. A representative will discuss the variety of education and career training opportunities that Job Corps offers to students. Come to the library and find out more about this great, free opportunity to learn a trade.

If you have any questions about this event, please call us at (631) 273-7883 EXT. 132




Wednesday, June 7

6:30-8:00 p.m.

Are you a manufacturer or distributor? Do you have a home-based business or a retail store? Do you have to have Worker’s Compensation insurance for yourself or your employees? Whatever your business is, this workshop sponsored by Stony Brook Small Business Development Center will help you understand how to protect yourself and your assets.

Registration is appreciated.  Call us at (631) 273-7883, ext. 132


Free Workshop: Interviewing 101

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Interviewing 101


6:30-8:00 P.M.

The Interview 101 workshop is a comprehensive overview of the entire interviewing process, beginning with the initial phone screening and ending with sending that well-tailored thank you email.    The workshop will discuss phone screenings, preparing for the interview, interview day and after the interview.

Registration is appreciated. Call us at (631) 273-7883 EXT. 132

Orientation: Urban Seniors Job Program


Stop by the Brentwood Public Library

Monday, May 22nd


Learn about this job program for adults 55 and older. Develop new skill-sets

through various paid training opportunities.

The Urban League Seniors Job Program helps low-income seniors, many with

multiple barriers to employment.

If you have any questions about this event, please call us at

(631) 273-7883 EXT. 132


Onsite Recruitment: Managed Staffing


Stop by the Brentwood Public Library

May 17th, 2017




QA Inspectors:         monitors area for adherence & enforcement of SOP’s & GMP’s.   To insure quality & quantity of product produced.

Mechanics:       preventive maintenance, repair and installation of high volume automated. Processing equipment. Mechanically inclined.

 MTL Handlers:     insure material is loaded in proper bins. Keep production line full with material. During the job run.

 Warehouse/Shipping:     Read pick sheets, to determine items and quantity to be selected.  Unload trucks, push, pull carts or pallet  jacks.

 Fork Lift Drivers:     Safely operate electric powered industrial truck equipment with lifting devices. To push, lift, stack or move products.

 Customer Service:   Liaison between customer/sales/internal teams. Enter manual orders and process. Transmitted EDI orders. Answers phone with proper phone etiquette.

 Data Entry:     Process invoices and customer information in MRP computer systems. Knowledge of Microsoft windows.


** Two forms of IDs are needed to fill out an application**

Government Picture ID (License or Identification Cards)

Social Security Card or Birth Certificate

US Passport / Permanent Residents Card

Stony Brook SBDC: How to write a Business Plan


How to write a Business Plan

Wednesday, May 17, 6:30-8:00 p.m. All are welcome  

A business advisor from the Stony Brook Small Business Development Center will guide attendees in the development of a business plan that achieves results whether the purpose is to clarify your business goals, interest investors or obtain a business loan.

Registration is appreciated. Please call us at  (631) 273-7883 EXT. 132