To help overcome job search and employment barriers due to a criminal record, CareerOneStop offers targeted tools and websites for both the currently incarcerated and those in the community.
Whether you’re a workforce professional who helps individuals find employment, or a job seeker who has a criminal record, CareerOneStop can help.
Wonder how public training funds work?
Or whether you might be eligible?
If you’ve wondered about whether an apprenticeship might be a solid career opportunity for you, consider participating in events in your area!
Workers with criminal records need jobs. Employers need a ready workforce.
Are employers ready for a meeting of minds?
To support career and employment goals for those with a criminal record, CareerOneStop offers targeted tools and resources, in formats that adapt to a variety of facilities and circumstances.
CareerOneStop announces ReEntry.CareerOneStop.org, an online, secure version of CereerOneStop websites, with all external links disabled.
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Whether employers are hiring someone to make sandwiches, sell shoes, run science experiments, or repair plumbing—communication skills are always on the “must-have” list.
But, what exactly do employers mean by “communication skills”, and how can you tell if you have them?
Reentry week, April 24-28, 2017, co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Justice, calls attention to the approximately 600,000 citizens who will leave incarceration this year and return to their communities and families.
Want to learn job skills and get ready for a new career in a hurry? Short-term training programs can be a great choice.