“EPRA has helped me get started in a career in financial public
relations. It really
helped me form some direction in my life.
I am now in a career path which I really enjoy and am fairly
successful at (Vice-President of a mid-town P.R. firm).”
“I was 37 years old and 4 months sober when I came to EPRA in 1990.
I, too, was a mess - certifiable unemployable.
EPRA was the second best action I ever took in my life.
Today I am a registered nurse after graduating form an
accredited nursing school. EPRA
helped me believe in myself again.
“EPRA has helped me tap into resources I never knew I had- courage,
discipline, and intelligence. The
courage to believe in myself. The
discipline to show up every day and put in the leg work.
The intelligence to pursue the career of my choosing.”
helped me to build a new life, to change my thinking, to realize
what I have been given. And
most important EPRA taught me to follow my dream.
I found through EPRA a new person and I like her a lot.
She’s responsible, punctual, and enjoys her work.”
to EPRA I found my goal. I
work for the New York City water board in customer service and data
entry. I also volunteer for the hearing impaired as an ASL
interpreter. I look at
my life today and forget the past.
It feels good. I
can stand tall and be proud of my self.
completing all but the final “look for work” stage, I eventually
went back to school and now am a CSW working with heroin addicts in
the Bronx. I don’t think it gets any better than that in terms of an
EPRA success story.”
helped me gain focus and a jump start on my career.”
helped me get the job of my dreams.
EPRA gave me the tools I need and helped give me confidence
to pursue my dreams.”
helped me change my life.”
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