Annual Longevity Awards
CC Idaho wants to show its appreciation for its employees and community partners that showcase exemplary individuals whom have gone above and beyond to fulfill our mission. It’s these individuals that keep the organization going. While only one Employee from each region (East, Central & West) and one Community Member/Agency from each region will be honored at this years longevity awards, it takes a village to accomplish what CC Idaho does everyday and every single person is a cherished and respected part of the CC Idaho familia.
Thank you for taking the time to submit your nomination for this years Employee of the Year and Partner of the Year. CC Idaho Staff can submit nominations for 2019 below. Nominations close Midnight, July 31, 2019.
Thank you for your submissions, nominations are now closed and under review, see you at Longevity!
2018 Partner of the Year Awardee's
Boise State University’s High School Equivalency Program
Ileana Cordova accepting the West Region Distinguished Partner of the Year Award on behalf of Boise State University High School Equivalency Program (HEP). CC Idaho staff at Employment & Training (E&T) have partnered with Ileana for the last 10 years. Anytime our staff has a client who is need of their GED, Ileana makes herself available almost immediately. Both programs help each other recruit clients in need. Ileana also plays an instrumental role in coordinating our Transition Team Meetings which are composed of multiple representatives from organizations who serve the farmworker community. Each year she also helps us with our coat distribution for needy families in the area. Ileana is a major advocate for farmworkers. “Ileana is very generous, open, and willing to assist anyone here at CC Idaho with recruitment, new ideas, and upcoming events”, says Ercilia Gomez, E&T Counselor. We are lucky to work alongside Ileana Cordova.
South Central Community Action Partnership
Ken Robinette accepting Central Region’s 2018 Distinguished Partner of the Year Award on behalf of South Central Community Action Partnership (SCAAP). SCAAP alongside their Self-Help Housing program has provided CC Idaho and its YouthBuild program several worksite locations for participants. The worksites include power tools, construction equipment, safety training, leadership skill development, and a chance for the participants to give back to their community. This partnership has generated 69 Home Builder Certifications within the YouthBuild program, along with helping families and individuals fulfill their dreams of becoming homeowners. We’ve had this partnership for about 4 years, but Ken has been part of CC Idaho’s journey for over 25 years. CC Idaho extends a heartfelt thank you to Ken Robinette, Chad Whitaker, and Kyle Myers for their dedication to helping CC Idaho serve its mission.
Sage Tech Truck Driving School
Lynn Jorgensen accepting the 2018 East Region Distinguished Partner of the Year Award on behalf of Sage Tech Truck Driving School in Blackfoot, Idaho. Lynn has been the director of the school for over 10 years. Many of our qualifying clients are unable to afford the pricing set at Sage, therefore Lynn has worked with CC Idaho’s Employment & Training (E&T) department to offer our clients a lower cost so that they can afford training at Sage. “Lynn always works with our budget, and a lot of times he even works with our clients’ limited English”, says Rocio Rojo, E&T Counselor. He has translated a lot of his CDL practice tests to Spanish to meet the needs of CC Idaho clients. You can’t find Spanish CDL books at the local DMV, but you can find them with Lynn at Sage. He even developed a free website for students to access the practice test. We are so proud to have Lynn as a friend and business partner.