lou-adpDSCN0686Management personnel from ADP Surfaces of Orlando visited the school and talked with students about preparing for the world of work to ensure a bright future. The company has hired and is mentoring four Workforce Advantage Academy students. They are working on fabrication of granite countertops. Lou Manzella advised students not to wait for opportunities to knock, but rather to kick the door open and create opportunities for themselves. He urged them to dare to be different. Then once they are working to save money and invest for retirement, to let money compound and work for you. 659Michael Chaney, operations manager at ADP, discussed his youth and overcoming bad decisions before finding the right path. He encourages students to not sell themselves short and to create a successful path for themselves.

ADP LEADERS TALK WITH AND HIRE STUDENTS

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