Community Involvement

  • Giving Back in Our Local Communities

    Whether we are helping people build their careers or their businesses, Express believes that hope is the foundation for a successful life.


    No Image
  • Our Success: Helping People

    Express Employment Professionals is active in its communities both nationally and locally through its franchise offices. Express gives back in order to help communities, organizations and individuals succeed. The Express corporate giving program reflects the company's vision to help as many people as possible find good jobs by helping as many businesses as possible find good people.  Below, is an example how the Corning Express team is making a difference in our local community!

    American Cancer Society

    American Cancer SocietyLike so many, the Express Team has been personally touched by Cancer and we aren't allowing it to continue without a fight!  This is why the Corning Express team has been actively involved with the American Cancer Society through their annual "Making Strides" walk.  Thank you to those who organize these great events and those who have helped Express form teams and support this great organization.  

    For more information on the Making Strides events nearest you, click here.

    Food Bank of the Southern Tier

    Food Bank Drive

    We are also proud supporters of the Food Bank of the Southern Tier.  Nobody should ever go hungry and that's why Express coordinates food drives and makes direct donations to the Food Bank.  In 2014, Express was able to deliver several boxes of non-perishable items to the Food Bank just in time for the holidays.  In 2015, we want to deliver an entire pick-up truck.  Please help us make that happen!

    For more information on how you can get involved with the Food Bank, click here.

    Corning Area Chamber of Commerce

    Corning ChamberThe owner, Michael Reese, currently serves as the Chairman of the Board for the Corning Area Chamber of Commerce.  The Chamber has been instrumental in the growth of the Corning Express office and he wants to give back to the organization that has given him so much.  The Chamber is not only helping businesses through networking, education and advocacy, but they are also grooming future community leaders through programs like the Young Entrepreneurs Academy.  

    For more information on the Chamber, click here.

    CareFirst (Formerly Southern Tier Hospice and Palliative Care)

    CareFirstThe owner, Michael Reese, currently serves on the Board of Directors for CareFirst and is the Personnel Committee Chairperson.  The mission of CareFirst is "Affirming life through extraordinary, compassionate support and care for the seriously ill and grieving."  This organization provides a vital service to this community and we salute each and every person who is a part of it.  

    For more information on CareFirst, click here.

  • A Work of Heart