Success Works

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Success Works

Year: 2016
Genre: Lifestyle

Singer and songwriter Jason McCoy introduces you to individuals who had difficulty in securing job opportunities, but persevered and found a way to their dream jobs thanks to the help from their community.

Episodes

Episode 1

What do you do when you want to work, but opportunities are limited? Singer/songwriter Jason McCoy introduces you to Justin, who made his dream job a reality through a high school apprenticeship.

Episode 2

Being a recently laid off immigrant, Arjun was having difficulty in finding employment that matched his skills and education. By identifying a gap through his own struggles, he started his own successful business.

Episode 3

Living with a very big secret, not being able to read and write was becoming a barrier for Gary while running his family business. Taking the initiative, Gary decided it was finally time to learn these essential skills.

Episode 4

Having a disability shouldn’t be a barrier to employment, but unfortunately it is still very difficult. Living with Autism, Jordan was determined to go to college so that he could secure a great job.

Episode 5

With the help of organizations in the community, finding work becomes an achievable goal. After being laid off, Robert felt lost when the tool and die industry took a hit. He is now the proud owner of Metalworks CNC.

Episode 6

Jason McCoy introduces you to Brett Hutnik, who turned his passion for building guitars into a career, and now owns West Edge Guitars.

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