Comprehensive career assistance is provided to the unemployed, underemployed, career changers and early retirees.
Individual career counseling services assist job seekers in assessing career interests, identifying skills, understanding transferable skills, and developing job search techniques for the changing job market.
Job seekers participating in Career Link services have access to computer training classes and open lab time to perform a job search.
Job search workshops are offered on an ongoing basis. These workshops are free to all clients and are open to the general public.
Career Link services:
- Career interest testing and interpretation
- Career counseling
- Career planning
- Job search assistance
- Resume writing
- Interview Preparation
- Job seekers group
- Career workshops
- Access to job opportunities
- Computer training
If you or someone you know can benefit from Career Link services, call: 732-777-1940