Presentation on theme: "AN MOPD/DMD 2005 POWERPOINT AFTER EVENT PRESENTATION PRODUCED by the MOPD/DMD MENTEES in the COLER CAMPUS COMPUTER LAB OF THE HANK CARTER VOCATIONAL REHABILATATION."— Presentation transcript:
AN MOPD/DMD 2005 POWERPOINT AFTER EVENT PRESENTATION PRODUCED by the MOPD/DMD MENTEES in the COLER CAMPUS COMPUTER LAB OF THE HANK CARTER VOCATIONAL REHABILATATION DEPARTMENT OF COLER-GOLDWATER/HHC
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COLER CAMPUS / MOPD DMD 2005 MENTEES: GARY DELAMOTHE : INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT TRAINING INSTITUTE STERLIE WILSON : FEDCAP DARRYL J. SHORT : VERIZON MICHAEL ROSS : U.S. DEPT. OF HOMELAND SECURITY
Though the event that introduced us is past, we the residents of the Coler Campus Computer lab would like to extend a heartfelt Thanks, to those who have opened up new doors and ideas for us:
Mr. Matt Sapolin Executive Director The Patients/Residents of the Coler Campus Computer Lab, we THANK YOU, Mayor Bloomberg and the AAPD for this very fruitful and positive MOPD/DMD experience. We are very elated to move forward for MOPD/DMD 2006, and to encounter even more highly enlightening opportunities.
Through you, Mkada Beach and your awesome MOPD/DMD staff, represents mayor Bloomberg's firm commitment of seeking and opening groundbreaking opportunities to help insure disabled/low income New Yorkers to gain the business professional skills and abilities needed to achieve their American Dream in New York. Coler Campus /MOPD/DMD 2005 Mentees
Thomas Michaels, HHC Associate Director of Business Development, liaison to the Mayors Office for People with Disabilities. Mr. Michaels is a 20 year veteran of HHC and heads the groundbreaking driving force behind HHCs deep and successful involvement in the Oct MOPD/DMD program. Mr. Michael's embodies the committed passion of HHCs mission for constant improvement to excel in long term patient care & vocational rehabilitation.
In 2005 HHC accounted for 2/3 of NYC MOPD/DMD turnout. Previous Stats for Disability Mentoring Day: 9,000 mentees (2004) 41 states (2004) 14 countries (2004) 6 th Annual National Disability Mentoring Day (2005) 2 nd year for New York City (2005) 1 st year for HHC MOPD/DMD (2005) Source:
Looking back on Mentoring Day, it was not only very educational, but it created a bond with our Mentors that will keep us in close contact with each other. Our thanks goes out to each and every one:
Mr. Marcel Veronneau CEO-IMTI Subcommittee MOPD/DMD Chairman Mentor Recruitment and Relations I deeply THANK YOU for your time and the wonderfully enlightening and very fruitful networking opportunity that you have opened for us in the Coler Computer Lab. Gary Delamothe Coler Campus Computer Lab MOPD/DMD IMTI Mentee (2005)
Mr. Raymond Rapp, Manager of Human Resources of Fedcap, I extend my gratitude for the first hand experience and the reality of the work environment, and Im thankful to all the staff that played an important role in giving me preparation and insights to the kind of skills I need in the job market…Thank You.. Sterlie Wilson Coler Campus Computer Lab MOPD/DMD Fedcap Mentee (2005)
To the wonderful staff at the Department of Homeland Security, 34 th street office,My day was most insightful and I now have a clearer understanding of the service you provide for our Great Nation. Thank You Sincerely, Michael Ross Coler Campus Computer Lab MOPD/DMD Department of Homeland Security Mentee (2005)
To this day my mentor and I continue to communicate with each other, and he updates me on new programs as well as different ways to gather information. On Disability Mentoring Day I not only gained knowledge but an important new friend as well. Octavious L. Brown, Thank You, Darryl J. Short Coler Computer Lab MOPD/DMD Verizon Mentee (2005)
Looking Ahead….2006 Organizing and harnessing an innovative well grounded relationship in concert between the MOPD/DMD office and the Coler Goldwater Computer Lab. Developing and creating an innovating training program with the MOPD/DMD office and IMTI for patients/residents of the Coler-Goldwater Computer Lab. Creating and harnessing a twofold entertainment/media industry/mentoring committee to create mentoring/training/career research opportunities for patients/residents of Coler-Goldwater/HHC interested in a job or career in the entertainment and media industries. 1.Coler Computer Lab-MOPD/DMD entertainment industry committee for Coler-Goldwater patient/residents. 2. MOPD/DMD office- Entertainment and media industry committee for business professionals and corporations in the entertainment and media industry.
A special Thank you to HHC and the management of Coler- Goldwater and to these participating companies: And an extra special Coler Campus Computer Lab Thank You to our 2 nd term New York City Mayor: Michael R. Bloomberg
This presentation would not have been possible without the following : HHC Charlynn Goins: Chairperson Alan D. Aviles: President Coler-Goldwater Claude Ritman: Executive Director Robert K. Hughes: Deputy Executive Director Stephen J. Catullo, MBA: Senior Associate Director Joyce Johnson: Director of the Hank Carter Vocational Rehabilitation Dept. Coler Computer Lab: Beke Obyke Juan Prieto Raymond South And a very special thank you to Mr. Luis Pena
Music mixed by: Bret Batterman Narrated by: Tricia Fisher, MBA, Coordinating Manager Narration recorded by: Tony Ramos