The Alliance Worknet provides assistance to Adults, Youth, Dislocated Workers and Older Workers entering or returning to the workforce.Job seekers may receive assistance through job referrals and labor market information or specialized employment services such as GED preparation or job search assistance. Job training opportunities are also available for individuals who are in special need of such training to obtain productive, self-sustaining employment. YOUTH
The Alliance Worknet has programs designed to assist eligible youth in achieving academic and employment success. Services are designed to meet the needs of students, high school graduates, dropouts, and others who are in need of employment and training assistance. The Careerquest youth program provides education, training, and employment opportunities for low-income youth. Services are tailored to meet the specific needs of the individual and may include:
Job Seekers can access any of these levels of services depending on their individual needs.
Program services include but are not limited to:ADULTS / DISLOCATED WORKERS
The Alliance Worknet Resource Centers are your job search headquarters. Services are available to job seekers, free of charge, on a walk-in basis from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Core Services include:
If you need additional services to secure sustainable employment you may be eligible to receive Intensive Services. With the help of Workforce Development Specialists and through a network of partners (non-profit, government, educational, and private corporations) participants have the opportunity to participate in the following services:
If you do not have the skills necessary to secure sustainable employment you may be eligible for Training Services, including specialized occupational skill training. Workforce Development Specialists can help you obtain new skills through:
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