Program gives participants the Leading Edge

NORWICH – Self awareness, goal setting and building a better future are just some of the topics covered throughout the Leading Edge program held at Delaware-Chenango-Madison-Otsego BOCES six times a year.



Matt Asma, program instructor, said this is his second class since his hiring in January, and already he feels he has helped individuals strive toward their goals.

The class is comprised of individuals who are looking for work, wanting to change career paths or people who simply need assistance learning the skills to succeed in the job market. “Each four-week course is like having a job with 100 percent attendance anticipated and students having class from 9 to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday,” said Asma.

Fifteen individuals graduated the course Friday with a special ceremony including a guest speaker, gifts of appreciation and certificates of completion.


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