To assist low-income individuals and families to acquire useful skills and knowledge, to gain new opportunities, and to achieve self-sufficiency.


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Job Readiness Training

Our job readiness program aims to help individuals become economically independent. Staff work to empower individuals to take care of themselves and their families by developing the skills needed to find and keep a job.

Components of our Job Readiness Program:

 Soft Skills

  • Two of the most important soft skills (non-technical) necessary to be successful in finding and keeping a job are reliability and a good attitude.

Job Search

  • Staff provides instruction on how to look for a job. This includes finding jobs from different sources, such as on the Internet, through networking or in the newspaper. It also includes how to fill out and submit a job application, write a resume and successfully complete a job interview.

Job Retention

  • Staff also work with individuals on how to keep a job once they get one. They help individuals develop a good work ethic. Positive work habits such as arriving to work on time, having a good attitude and being helpful on the job are all parts of our job retention program.

 Career Assessment and Planning

  • Our job readiness program includes career assessment to help individuals figure out what job path they are interested in taking. Knowledgeable staff  is available to help with deciding on an educational path to help you obtain your career goals.

 

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