Find your states Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Eligible Training Provider Programs all in one easy to find place. Many people have received letters regarding unemployment and being able to access additional training. This tool helps people locate which programs may qualify and helps them find out more about the program.
Career tools (e.g ladders, transition tools, etc.)
The Certification Finder is an online directory of third-party organizations that provide verification of skill or knowledge attainment usually following generally accepted occupational standards. This directory allows you to search for certifications by keyword, specific occupation or occupational area. Certifications can increase your ability to find a job in some cases.
Use the Skills Profiler to create a list of your skills and match them to job types that need those skills. You can use this profile to identify occupations that use your current skills, find gaps you need to fill, or polish your resume. When your skills profile is complete, you can print it, or save it as a Microsoft Word, HTML or XML file, or as a Bookmark in your browser. Find this tool on www.careeronstop.org
The four workbooks are:
1. Resume Workbook... more »
Through role-playing the "right and wrong ways" to respond to interview questions, career coach Scott Sargis... more »
The Workforce Connection column originally publishes in the Citrus County Chronicle, in Crystal River, Florida, on the topic of helping job seekers and businesses. The column will strive to inform citizens about opportunities for education, training and related resources for careers in a challenging time. Jannet Walsh, Community Relations/Communications... more »
Over 1 million Rapid Guides have been used by colleges, workforce agencies, One-Stops, Career Centers and other organizations to educate people on topics including how to find a job, layoff survival, interviewing, financial aid, scholarships, youth services.
Hundreds of organizations use Rapid Guides because it allows them a cost effective way to both educate these readers... more »