Employee Assistance Program

Committee Description:
Committee is composed of an EAP labor/management committee and at least one EAP Coordinator trained to provide confidential employee assistance services. The EAP Committee encourages wellness by providing outreach, community resource information, health education, and wellness programs. Meets monthly and sponsors programming throughout the year. Brown-bag lunches discuss topics such as identity theft, stress, gardening, and health issues. Other programs such as smoking cessation workshops are offered. Each recognized labor union may be represented on the EAP Committee.  The President appoints management delegates to the committee to equal the number of delegates appointed by the unions.  The usual term of membership is two years.

Membership for 2014-2015:

Maureen Curtin, English and Creative Writing
Jonathan Fargo, CTS
Sean Finnerty, Counseling and Psychological Services
Scott Harrison, Campus Recreation
Cara Thompson, Art
Alicin Welsh, Experience-based Education
ex officio:
Carol Carter, Penfield Library
Michelle Sloan, Lifestyle Center
Beth Schloika, Regional Representative, NYS