Staff Interviews: Naomi Malka

This week we have a great interview with Naomi Malka, Case Manager for the Klein Older Adults Department! Find out how she helps our clients get the help they need in the aging process. Want to learn more? Naomi can get you on the right track! Give us a call at (502) 452-6341 today

Senior Concierge HomeCare

JFCS’ HomeCare program provides seniors with a care manager who works with the older adult and family members to provide the needed support to maintain safety, comfort and peace of mind. Services include personal care and grooming, meal planning and preparation, light housekeeping, laundry, medication reminders, socialization and activity and respite. JFCS Older Adult Counselors evaluate and monitor the plan …

Predicting College Success

Today’s blog article written by Bob Tiell, Director of Career Services What’s the best predictor for college success? If you guessed grades, you’re correct. Studies show that high school grade point average is the single best predictor. Now, several factors influence GPA – study habits and maturity to name just two. If a student’s school performance isn’t up to expectations, …

Staff Interviews: Beverly Bromley

Now the Passover holidays are done, we resume our Tuesday’s Staff Interview series with Beverly Bromley, Director of Marketing & Development!

JFCS Career Services Expedition

Look for new services! JFCS staff is off to attend the IAJVS Annual Conference hosted this weekend in Toronto, Canada, to mix and mingle. Jamie Goodpaster, Andrea Wehrley (pictured above) and Bob Tiell will return next week with new and innovative ideas to help our Career clients succeed…

Don't forget: Mother's Day!

Mother’s Day is May 8th, and it’s coming up fast! Are you striking out on ideas for what to do? You could honor your mom with a tribute gift to JFCS! With a donation of $10 or more, we’ll send a special card to her with a personal message from you. To make your tribute, click here. Enter your mother’s …

Breezy Friday Updates

Hello hello! Here at the end of your week are some new JFCS updates: -Next week, April 25 and 26, the agency will be closed in observance of Passover. We’ll be back in full effect on Wednesday, though! -Knit Night is scheduled again for May 5, at 5:30. Bring a project! -The next Employer Spotlight will be on May 19 …

Family Mitzvah Passover Report

Today’s post written by Robin Ungar, JFCS Volunteer The Family Mitzvah Passover Event, held on Sunday, March 27, 2011 was a huge success! Over 45 people attended the event. There were three different activities at this event for the families to do together. They were Passover art and crafts, organizing Passover Food Bags that will be distributed to local Jewish …

"Ferocious" Friday Updates!

Just a couple of mismatchey bits of news today, brought to you by our fierce blogging team of yours truly, and my cohort Dumplingosaurus! Who doesn’t get a bit silly on Friday? 🙂 –The Job Seekers Resource Group has new dates for springtime listed over at our main webpage. If you’ve never come before, it’s a great way to network …

Spring Fever, March Madness — and your job!

Today’s blog comes to us from Bob Tiell, Director of Career Services! With March Madness upon us once again, did you know that there has been ongoing debate concerning the impact NCAA office pools have on work productivity? One study suggests it represents a two to three billion dollar loss, while another study suggests that it’s much less given that …