Celebrating 35 Years
In 1982 Hope Coryer did something no one else had done in the North Country. She opened a business that connected people with opportunity. Now, 35 years later, the company she founded thrives in no small part due to the lessons she taught the ETS family throughout the years.” Deb Cleary, President/CEO of ETS, Inc. stated, “As a 16 year veteran of the company my mom started, I’m proud of the business we’ve built. Myself and the 24 person team here in Plattsburgh and now Burlington, VT have become experts in workforce issues and challenges and work every day to solve our client’s problems and allow them to focus on their businesses.”
ETS Donates $25,000 to the IAM to Commemorate Long History of Workforce Development
ETS, Inc. is thrilled to announce that to commemorate and continue their long history of workforce development in the area, they have donated $25,000 to The Institute for Advanced Manufacturing (IAM) at Clinton Community College. With this donation, one of the new classrooms will be named the “ETS Electronics Technology Lab.”
“Not just a business, this is our home. From the beginning, my mom made it a priority to give back to the community. As we proudly continue to build upon those efforts, helping hundreds of clients and tens of thousands of candidates connect to each other over the last 3.5 decades, we are honored to now include the IAM on this list.” continued Cleary.
The momentous opening of the IAM is only amplified by the area’s rapidly expanding manufacturing industry. Cleary stated, “As ETS strives to stay on top of evolving trends, we’re ready to take on the future of staffing with an array of exciting new tools. ETS has recently invested in systems and technology to bring the most advanced tools to source top talent to fill the excellent opportunities that North Country employers offer. We will be rolling out technology solutions to help predict better matches between clients and candidates in the hopes of being able to make real progress in solving retention issues.”
What the Community is Saying
“Over the last 35 years, ETS has been more than a successful employment service. It has been a consistent leader in the development and implementation of important and innovative workforce development strategies. Congratulations to a North Country business success story which has also been a real part of the region’s success.”
– Garry Douglas, President, North Country Chamber of Commerce
“Happy 35th! Congratulations on this momentous anniversary of serving the placement needs of our region’s workforce. ETS’ financial commitment to the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing at Clinton Community College will help educate and empower folks to be competitive for some of the best placements in the future. I applaud them for supporting the IAM and our local talent.”
– Michael Cashman, Town Supervisor, Town of Plattsburgh
“ETS is a fabulous company! They have a long-standing reputation for customer service and will often go above and beyond for their customers and clients. They also have an extraordinary history of supporting the overall community through their acts of generosity, compassion and empathy. They set a great example of how a business can give back to the community and contribute to our unique quality of life.”
– John C.Bernardi, CEO, United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc.
“The quality of the service provided by ETS over the last 35 years has been consistent and impressive. The contributions to the community by ETS through its owners and employees has been extraordinary demonstrating commitment to the Plattsburgh and Clinton County.”
– Former U.S. Congressman Bill Owens
ETS would like to extend a huge thank you to our valued clients and employees. The future is bright, especially in the North Country and Champlain Valley. ETS looks forward to growing and innovating here and beyond.
Celebrating 35 Years