The Examiner 02 Jan, 2021 00:45 am

Full Employment Council

Full Employment Council
Monica Goodyear, mother of four, had an unaffordable car repair bill. A program of the Full Employment Council helped her out.

“I didn’t know what I was going to do,” Goodyear said.“I was scared and a little bit intimidated when I walked into the Full Employment Council the first time, but all I saw were smiling faces and people who cared about me – and I mean, they really did care about me,” Goodyear said.“I haven’t found a job yet, but now that I have my car nothing is going to stop me,” Goodyear said.” That’s when the Full Employment Council provided those keys to success – via International Technology training – and the keys to a new car.

“I was talking to someone at the Full Employment Council about my car situation,” she said.“We will do whatever we can to help someone help themselves,” said FEC president and CEO Clyde McQueen, who presented Goodyear the keys to her new car.

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