Amy O’Neil has been working at the Edelbrock Centre’s Coffee Hub on Monday’s since November 2016.

The Coffee Hub is a Social Purpose Enterprise that is a community based business established by a non-profit organization that creates economic opportunities and develops skills to individuals in the community that have barriers to finding successful employment

The Coffee Hub is a collaborative partnership operated by three non-profit organizations- SHIP, Georgian Career and Employment Services, Canadian Mental Health Association and supported by the County of Dufferin.

Amy also works at Community Living Dufferin’s QPAC. At QPAC Amy assembles automotive parts for Toyota, dishwasher parts and packages various magazines and telephone books for local businesses.

Prior to beginning her job at the Coffee Hub, Amy was in a pre-employment course called LEAF which is held at the Edelbrock Centre. While in LEAF Amy made a connection with the manager of the Coffee Hub and asked for an interview. Amy was successful in getting the position. Some of the duties Amy has at work are food preparation, using the cash register and customer service. As a requirement for her position in the kitchen, Amy successfully completed a Safe Food Handlers course.

Amy’s manager feels she has excellent, meticulous organizational skills and is also pleasantly greeting any and all patrons who come into the Edelbrock Centre.

Congratulations Amy on being a stellar employee at both of your jobs.