Description: The American Job Center Network provides services to unemployed and underemployed individuals seeking jobs and job search assistance at no cost. Job seekers are afforded convenient access to the employment, education, training and information services they need at a single location.
Everyone and anyone is welcome and encouraged to visit the American Job Center Network and use the reference materials such as newspapers, journals and job posting board. Posted positions include all levels and salary ranges from entry-level to upper-level management.
Time: Open Mon – Fri, 8:30am – 4:00pm
Place: 141 Franklin Street, 2nd Fl., Stamford CT 06901
Contact: (203) 353-1702, www.careerresources.org
Description: The program provides case management, mentoring, educational interventions, service-learning, occupational training in demand industries which lead to industry-recognized credentials, workforce activities that lead to employment, follow-up services, and expungement and diversion services. Training will be provided in the transportation, construction, and healthcare industries. Face Forward provides employment & training services for young people who are or have been involved with the juvenile justice system. To be eligible, candidates must be between the ages of 14 and 24.
Contact: Re-Entry Department at (203) 489-5048 Youth Program Bruce Trammell (203) 610-8139, Email: email@example.com. Website: Workplace.org
Description: Jumpstart Career Program provides clients the skills to secure employment and earn the income necessary to exit homelessness. The program has three distinct components 1. Vocational training to be a home health aide in partnership with Home Care Assistance of Southern Fairfield County, the local franchise of the Home Care Assistance network.
2. Jumpstart education p rovides clients with 13 workshops built around three core areas: Building the Foundation, Getting to Work, Staying Employed. Classes include money management, interviewing, understanding workplace expectations, conflict resolution, time management and much more.
3. Jumpstart employment is a free in-house employment agency that offers one-on-one counseling and job placement services.
Place: 141 Franklin Street, Stamford CT, 06901
Contact: Phone: 203-388-0100, Email: INFO@INSPIRICACT.ORG Website: InspiricaCT.org
Place: 3 Landmark Square, Suite 310 Stamford, Connecticut 06901
Contact: Phone: 203-388-7440 Website: www.aerotek.com
Complete Labor and Staffing
Description: Their process is pretty simple – If you are willing and able to work hard and have a positive attitude, they will put 100% effort into finding the right assignment for you. Offices open at 5:00AM, and they begin the process of finding the right assignment for you that matches the skills you possess and interest that you have. Many assignment begin daily, and many progress to week-long assignments and in often cases, full-time employment.
Place: 579 Pacific Street Suite 1 Stamford, CT 06902
Hours: 5:00am – 6:00pm Phone: (203) 658-6758
Place: 30 Oak St # 200 Stamford, CT 06905
Hours: M-F 9AM – 5PM Phone: (203) 325-3799
Express Employment Professionals
Description: Appointments: expresspros.com
Place: 1 Bank St #306, Stamford, CT 06901
Time: Hours: M-F 8AM – 5PM. Phone: (203) 327-5627
Description: Its mission is to be a world leader in matching demand for, and supply of, labor and HR services. They believe in the value of work as a unifying force that shapes society for the better. They live by the core values established early in our company’s history: to know, serve and trust, striving for perfection and simultaneous promotion of all interests.
Hours: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Place: 107 Elm Street Stamford, CT 06902
Contact: Phone: 203.978.1200
A for profit website dedicated to identifying work for felons. The site also provides on housing and legal services as well.
https://www.jobhat.com: JobHat helps pick out a job that fits your skills and interests. Site has a career quiz and career videos to see a day in the life of a real person in that field.