GENEVA, NEW YORK – The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board (FL WIB) announced today that Generations Bank, located in Seneca Falls, NY is March’s “Business of the Month” recognizing the company’s efforts to build strong community partnerships along with their continuing contributions to the local economy. The contributions are many.
Formerly known as Seneca Falls Savings Bank, Generations Bank recently collaborated with Seneca County to reinstate a Wheels-For-Work program to assist low-income youth with the transportation they need to get to their jobs. In January the bank announced plans to purchase and renovate the former Seneca Falls IGA store into the company’s headquarters underscoring their commitment to grow their business in Seneca Falls. Generations Bank President Menzo Case has been an active member of the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board for over four years and currently serves as Chairman of the WIB’s Youth Council. In addition, this year will mark the fourth year that the Bank has been the major sponsor for “Finger Lakes Works With Their Hands”, a career exploration event for high school students.
“Generations has a long standing commitment to a strong workforce by investing in their community,” Karen Springmeier, Executive Director, Finger Lakes WIB said. “The company recognizes the value of a highly skilled workforce and works closely with the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board to achieve a high standard of workforce development within their organization.”