Catholic Charities of Lawrence offers help with resume building, interview preparation, career exploration, and coaching for employment retention, as well as limited direct support funding for things like purchasing work uniforms or bus passes to help you on your career journey. The Lawrence Catholic Charities office is located at 1525 West 6th Street Lawrence, KS 66044; the phone number is 785.856.2694.
Catholic Charities' St. Rita Program offers support for those looking to go back to school for certification in the areas of IT, skilled trades, healthcare or life sciences by providing person-centered case management, financial coaching, goal setting, career development resources, and direct financial assistance. This program is appropriate for those who have a level of stabilization (i.e., stable housing) and are hoping to increase current income to sustainable wages. The Lawrence Catholic Charities office is located at 1525 West 6th Street, Lawrence, KS 66044; the phone number is 785.856.2694.
MAP (Manufacturing, Assembly and Production) is a workforce program offered through Cottonwood Inc that offers employment services for individuals with any kind of medical or mental health disabilities. Case Management & Job Skills Training are included with employment service. Accommodations that are needed to maintain employment will be provided. Call 785-842-0550 to speak with Alyson Wingert, Program Manager for the MAP Program.
The DCF offers a number of services to support employment, including assistance with job training, work clothing, and work-related transportation. The Lawrence DCF office is located at 1901 Delaware Street; the phone number is (785) 832-3700/TDD: 1-800-766-3777.
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The Lawrence Workforce Center connects career seekers with employers. Whether you’re looking for your first job or looking to change careers, the Lawrence Workforce Center can help you on your career journey.
The Mirror, Inc Work for Success Program in Lawrence features the Personal and Professional Development (PPD) Curriculum which is designed to inspire participants to realize their dreams and achieve self-sufficiency. Work for Success can provide employment skills training which includes help with completing job applications, learning interviewing skills, resume building and more. Likewise, this program can help in the area of employment assistance which includes career exploration, job referrals, and case management. Visit https://www.mirrorinc.org/work-for-success for more information, or call (785)-261-3175.
Older Kansans Employment Program
Program of Heartland Works helping older Kansans find & secure employment. To be eligible for services, you must be a US Citizen and 55+. This program offers four key services:
- Resume Building: helping create a resume focusing on unique skills and experience to help meet employer needs
- Job Searching: assistance with the job search and finding open positions for experienced workers
- Career Guidance helping you figure out your next move into a new career field
- Job Coaching/Training & Interview Assistance: assisting with interview questions and offering support throughout the interview process
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The Arts Train (TAT) is Van Go’s year-round, transitional employment program for young adults, ages 18-24. TAT serves young people who have barriers to employment and educational attainment. The Arts Train provides employability skills training, comprehensive wraparound services and nine months of paid, on-site job training followed by a paid, community-based internship to help young adults successfully transition to independence. Van Go is located at 715 New Jersey Street; the phone number is 785-842-3797.
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Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, this resource provides tools for exploring career options, finding training, and searching for a job.
Ferguson's Career Guidance Center helps you explore industries and careers, find a school or financial aid, and build your job search and career skills.
Tools for researching occupations and searching and applying for jobs.
Computers are an essential tool for all types of tasks. Learn how to use them via easy to digest online courses.
Las computadoras son un herramiento esencial para hacer todo tipo de tareas. Aprende como usarlas en una manera sencilla.
Practice tests and exercises for everything from the GED to TOEFL to the U.S. Citizenship Test. Plus, help identifying career paths and preparing for a job search.
Online tutorials on a wide array of professional and technology skills, from crafting a business plan to designing a website. Available in the library or remotely with your Lawrence Public Library card number and PIN.
Technical training school with programs in a variety of vocations, as well as workplace and academic skills.
Video-based courses for developing professional skills, such as accounting basics, managing rental properties, or crafting an effective presentation. Available in the library and remotely from any computer with a Kansas IP address; Kansas Library eCard required for initial sign-up.
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