Advanced manufacturing training pays off, works for community

Larry Haskins had been out of work for three years when he heard about a job training program that would give him the skills that prospective employers told him he lacked. Even better, it wouldn’t cost him anything, and it would work with his family’s challenging schedule — his wife works days while he stays home to care for their four kids.

Fast-forward to the present: Haskins is one of nine area residents who have just completed the six-month advanced manufacturing machinist job training program, a partnership between Finger Lakes Community College and ITT Goulds Pumps. The graduates were celebrated Sept. 28 with a luncheon and ceremony at The Gould Hotel in Seneca Falls.

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