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Juan Williams

Juan Williams

First Source Jobs Career Coach

Juan Williams Jr joined SCC’s staff in 2018 as a Career Coach for the First Source Program. Juan brings over eight years of experience in Workforce Development. Juan also works directly with job seekers to provide soft skills and one-on-one training.

Juan cites his favorite quote from John C. Maxwell: “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care,” to talk about his experience so far at SCC. “This became more meaningful on Sept 28 when I started at SCC and was able to witness more than such,” he says. ” In each and every one of my colleagues I’ve encountered here at SCC, they are always ready, willing, and able to go above and beyond to either help me or to help each other to achieve our day to day goals.”

Originally from England and the Dominican Republic, Juan joined the First Source team from the City of Boston, where he worked with high risk youth as an employment counselor. Juan has two children, including baby Messias, who was born in April. He is passionate about music, loves seafood, football, and baseball. He loves working at SCC “because of what we stand for within the community – how ready, willing, and able our staff is to serve.” Fun fact about Juan: He played professionally for the New York Yankees!!!

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