McDonald’s Hosts Career Workshop at Chinatown Manpower Project


Last week, McDonald’s New York Tri-State hosted a career workshop at Chinatown Manpower Project (CMP) to promote employment opportunities to the local community. McDonald’s representatives discussed the range of full-time and part-time positions available at local restaurants as well as the various benefits the company offers its employees, which may include medical insurance coverage and college scholarships. Those interested in applying for an available position are encouraged to visit their local McDonald’s restaurant or applying online at http://www.McDonalds.com/Careers.

A job with McDonald’s can range –and potentially grow– from a part-time crew member at a local restaurant to a corporate executive at its U.S. headquarters in Oak Brook, Illinois. In fact, nearly 50% of McDonald’s corporate restaurant managers and more than 60% of owner operators started out as crew.

“CMP is pleased to host our third employment workshop with McDonald’s,” said Dong Yang, Senior Program Director at CMP. “We appreciate their willingness to reach out to the Asian community and share career opportunities.”

“In addition to our great food, McDonald’s also prides itself on the jobs we create in local communities,” said Tony Scari, president of the New York Tri-State Area Owners and Operators’ Association. “We’re very proud to be working with Chinatown Manpower Project to further promote these wonderful opportunities and provide the Asian American community a deeper understanding of what a career at McDonald’s has to offer.”

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