The Seniors Job Bank (SJB), the non-profit community resource that connects people over 50 wanting to work with businesses, households, government agencies and other employers chose officers and a director at its annual meeting.
The Seniors Job Bank celebrated its 40 years of service to the Greater Hartford community with a festive cocktail reception on September 24. The non-profit, volunteer driven organization connects men and women over 50 looking for work with businesses, government agencies and households that have part-time job openings.
The Seniors Job Bank has received a $1,500 grant from the Rotary Club of West Hartford. According to Sheila Diamond, its executive director, “This very welcome donation has been earmarked to support enhancements to our website.”
The Seniors Job Bank, now in its 40th year, is a volunteer-driven community service organization that connects men and women over age 50 seeking work with businesses, government agencies, non-profits and households that have work to be done.
Folks of a certain age may recall television commercials in the 1970s in which the satisfied user of a product exclaimed, “I was so impressed; I bought the company.” The ads were for an electric shaver, and spokesman Victor Kiam did in fact purchase Remington Products in 1979. Del Shilkret, of Windcrest Drive, can tell a similar story.