The new show helps young people learn about careers in the area
HOPEWELL — Finger Lakes TV has launched a new show, “On the Job with Finger Lakes Television.”
The show is intended to help young people learn more about careers with employers in the Finger Lakes region.
The first episode features two women who work at Optimax Systems in Ontario, Wayne County. Jaeden Powers and Genny Kingsley talk about the path to their current career and the type of work they do.
“On the Job with Finger Lakes Television” is shown every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. and every Friday at 8 p.m. on Channel 12 or digital 5.12 on the Spectrum cable system in the Finger Lakes region. All Finger Lakes TV content is simultaneously webcast at fingerlakestv.org/live.
The show is a collaboration with the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board and Finger Lakes Community College. Finger Lakes Television is an independent public access station based at FLCC’s main campus through an in-kind donation of space and administrative services.
The station broadcasts live Canandaigua and Geneva city council meetings, providing hands-on camera opportunities for FLCC students.
Finger Lakes TV also records and broadcasts community events such as lectures, concerts and parades as well as national public access programming from NASA and other sources.
For more information about Finger Lakes TV, call 585-785-1623.