SETH WORBY, CEO OF CHAMP INTERNET SOLUTIONS APPOINTED TO PARTNERSHIPS FOR A SKILLED WORKFORCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
NEWTON, MA (October 25, 2016) – Seth Worby, CEO & Founder of Champ Internet Solutions (www.champinternet.com), a full-service marketing agency specializing in web design and development, digital marketing, and brand strategy, announces his appointment to the Board of Directors for Partnerships for a Skilled Workforce (PSW).
For more than 30 years, PSW has worked with businesses and public institutions to find solutions for labor-related challenges in the Metro Southwest Region of Massachusetts. PSW is an advocate for changing policies while also developing financial strategies.
“I’m thrilled to serve on the board of an association with a mission to assist job seekers who are dedicated to finding a better career to improve their family’s lives. Bringing more awareness to the PSW initiative will greatly benefit both job seekers and businesses, like mine, searching for skilled professionals,” said Seth Worby.
There are three major initiatives that PSW is dedicated to: the Young Adult Employment Initiative, Career Centers, and HealthCare Works. The Young Adult Employment program bridges the gap between low-income youths and the job market by focusing on education, career exploration, and internships. PSW Career Centers provide invaluable help to low-income, unemployed adults with a desire to support their families in a college labor market. At a Career Center they can upgrade their skills and have access to career counseling and resume building software. The HealthcareWorks program ensures the increasing demand on the healthcare industry is met with a supply of competent and capable health care professionals, through hospital connections and training facilities.
PSW Executive Director, Sylvia Beville said, “As an entrepreneur in the rapidly growing area of technology and digital media, Seth brings an area of expertise to the board that is unique. He adds a new perspective to our board, which is a mix of prominent community leaders, business professionals, and labor officials. We are looking forward to hearing new ideas and expecting a year of growth across all our initiatives with the help of our Board of Directors.”
For more information about Partnerships for a Skilled Workforce please visit www.pswinc.org.