My brother Ed, Class of 1959. has been one of the leaders in the EARN program at St Patrick’s Parish in Yorktown Heights for over 25 years. Attached is a bio that I have found that sums up Ed’s guiding principals over the past many years.
I am very proud of him!
McEneney, Mike (MC1953)
[JR: As well you should be. Doing anything voluntarily for 25 years to help others is with reporting, Hope he does it for another 25. Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]
Edward J. McEneney’s mission is to help people figure out how to connect themselves to work. He is a fountain of optimism for those in need of support and guidance. He teaches by example, stressing the importance of maintaining confidence, being fair and keeping an open mind. Ed is an ethical man whose beliefs are reflected in his words and actions. “Your integrity,” he is fond of saying, “will be remembered longer than your product.”
And while he gives you constant encouragement, you never feel patronized. Ed will always give you an honest appraisal: he’ll let you know what you do well, but he will also be clear about the things you need to work on. He follows through with tools that enable you to become the best qualified candidate in your field, while providing you with the will and courage to move forward.
Ed currently is an independent career consultant, (including pro-bono work), previously Senior Consultant with LHH for 13 years and Sales Representative/Consultant with The IBM Company for 25 years. He is a member of the Employment Assistance Resource Network (EARN) at St. Patrick’s Parish, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
Ed graduated from Manhattan College, (BBA), The Bronx, N.Y.
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McEneney, Edward J. (MC1959)
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