American Job Center doors are open in New Haven, Meriden, Hamden and Middletown. Click to see employment and training offerings, contact staff, Career Center services, and hiring events.
Grants and incentives to help your business grow through the training and development of new and existing employees.
Youth and Young Adults ages 16-24 have programs tailored to them through a network of providers and services that lead to training, employment and higher education.
Special initiatives to prepare the workforce and support employers in health care, manufacturing, IT, engineering and other high-demand fields.
Workforce Alliance Job Posting: Business Services Representatives
Visit our Policies & Postings Section for details. Respond by May 26
Get Hired & Update Your Technical Skills On-the-Job!
VETERANS and Vet Families
Homeless or on the verge of losing permanent housing? Get help through the Supportive Services for Veterans Families Program. Find more information HERE. Contact Kevin Seeley at (203) 624-1493 x 235. Statewide Call Toll-Free: 1-866-683-1682.
ITXpress: Training Young Adults for Jobs in IT
17-29 Year Olds: Earn IT credentials, land a job or move up at your company. Find out MORE
Expanded Workshops & Events
Full public workshop calendar and hiring events! Click on a location for schedule:
New Haven, 560 Ella T. Grasso Blvd.
Meriden, 87 West Main Street
Middletown, 272 South Main Street
Hamden, 37 Marne Street
NEW: Child-Friendly Hours
Paid On-The-Job Training Assistance to Enhance Skills
JOBSEEKERS : Laid Off? Unemployed 26+ Weeks? Lost Income Source?
EMPLOYERS: Hiring in the STEM, manufacturing, IT, finance or healthcare?
Youth Program Request for Proposals
Does your organization want to provide Work-Based Learning, Sectoral Involvement/Employment and Contextualized Learning Programs to out-of-school Youth ages 16-24? Proposals Due May 31.
Featured Resource: GetMyFuture.org
A mobile-friendly tool for young adults to explore career, training and job search resources, from the U.S. Dept. of Labor