Media Advisory: US Army and Oswego Health Enter an Employment Partnership

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Contact: Jamie Leszczynski, Sr. Director of Communications      Tina Posloski, Chief, Advertising and Public Affairs
Oswego Health                                                                                                     Syracuse Army Recruiting Battalion
(315) 349-5601                                                                                                    (315) 479-8534                                                              


US Army and Oswego Health Enter an Employment Partnership

Who:  US Army and Oswego Health

What: Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) Agreement Ceremony

When: 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 18, 2022

Where:  Farmers Market, West First Street, Oswego, NY 13126

As an employer and PaYS partner, Oswego Health vows to provide Future Soldiers, ROTC cadets and their influencers, with an opportunity to join our family. Here they will gain leadership opportunities, valuable professional and technical skills, experience, and a career that truly makes an impact in a local community.

Media Availability:  There will be availability to interview Syracuse Army Recruiting Battalion Commander, Lieutenant Colonel John R. Dickens, and Marq Brown, Vice President of Human Resources at Oswego Health as well as video and photo opportunities.

History of the Army PaYS Program:
The US Army Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) program is an enlistment option and recruiting initiative for Future Soldiers, ROTC cadets and their influencers. PaYS reassures influencers, i.e. parents, that the Army invests in their sons and daughters through education and training, while preparing them for possible employment after the Army. Partnering corporate and state agencies guarantee Soldiers and ROTC cadets, enrolled in the Program, a job interview upon completion of their Service requirements. The Army PaYS program is a “win-win” opportunity for everybody involved. PaYS partners benefit from the steady stream of quality candidates with leadership, maturity and technical experience. Soldiers receive a guaranteed interview with employers who value their service to country and skill training. America benefits as veterans take the Army values with them into the civilian work force. The PaYS Program reconnects America with its Army and help to build an environment more favorable to the Army’s Brand.




Post Date

Aug 11th 2022