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What We Do

 Let our Professional Staff of Career Counselors help you to get your new career started today.  All have comprehensive Career Centers offer the following services that can be tailored to meet your specific job seeking need.

  • Customized Career Planning Services
  • Free internet, fax, copier, scanning and telephone are available for all job seekers.
  • Check out our monthly calendar of events for a through description of the workshops we offer*link to our calendar
  • Job Recruitment events are held in The Saratoga County Career Center on the first Thursday of every month and in The Warren County Career Center on the third Thursday of every month
  • Calendar of Events for New York State Department of Labor
  • All unemployment insurance claims are handled through our New York State Department of Labor call center 1-888-209-8124
  • Click here for more information about obtaining work as an ex-offender

Veteran Services Information

You served your Country well, now let us serve you!  As a veteran, you receive priority service in all New York State Career Centers.  We have Veteran’s Employment Representatives, who are veterans themselves, specifically trained to assist you in transitioning from the military, finding a new job, or starting a new career!  Some of the services we provide include: 

  • Career assessment
  • Referral to jobs
  • Contacting employers on your behalf
  • Resume preparation assistance
  • Information on Federal, State and Local Civil Service opportunities
  • Job search planning
  • Labor Market Information
  • Information on Veterans Disabilities Employment Program 55-c
  • Referral To other agencies that provide services to veterans
  • G.I Bill can help take you from the Armed Forces to the Workforces.

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Trade Act

Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) helps trade-affected workers who have lost their jobs as a result of increased imports or shifts in production out of the United States. TAA benefits and services are provided to help eligible workers get back to work. Workers who are certified adversely affected by foreign trade must apply for individual services and benefits through their local One-Stop Center to determine individual eligibility for reemployment services and benefits.

Affected workers may receive one or more of the following Reemployment Trade Act Services at the Career Centers:

  • Job Search Registration Employment Counseling
  • Case Assessment Job Development
  • Supportive Services
  • Self-Directed Job Search Services
  • Job Search Allowances
  • Relocation Allowance
  • Basic or remedial education, classroom training OR employer-based training

The workforce development board and system will help you get your new career started today. We offer multiple services that can be tailored to meet your specific needs.

Training & Education Information

Have you thought about going back to school to start a new career?  Please come in and talk with one of our Career Counselors to discuss a new career path today.  Funds may be available to individuals for classroom/occupational skills training, or On-the-Job Training.  To receive funding the training you take must be completed in two years or less and can take place at traditional colleges or vocational schools.  Areas of study include, but are not limited to Licensed Practical Nursing, Medical Transcription, Medical and Dental Assisting, Security Guard Training, CDL-A Truck Driving, Computer Applications and Computer Networking. For further information on in demand occupations in your region please click here.

 

For more information contact your local Career Center.

Apprenticeships

The process of learning a skilled occupation through both on-the-job training (practical, paid experience) and learning the related technical knowledge in a classroom. Call your local career center to find out more.

 

Get more information on Apprenticeships from the Department of Labor here.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid is assistance may be available for the program of study you are interested in.  Please contact an Employment Counselor at one of our three Career Centers for additional information. Also you may reach out to the Financial Aid office at the School you are looking to attend.

 

Warren County Career Center: (518) 743-0925

Washington County Career Center: (518) 746-2391

Saratoga County Career Center: (518) 884-4170

 

The links below provide information on Scholarship and Financial Aid options.

On-the-Job Training

A program that places individuals with local employers where they receive training while earning a paycheck. We are currently looking for businesses who would like to be considered as a worksite as funds become available. Participating employers are eligible for up to 50% reimbursement for wages paid to a trainee during the training period. For more information contact Kim Haviland at (518)824-8887or contact your local Career Center.

E-Learning

Self-paced on-line learning program which is offered through New York Wired. The Metrix E-learning catalog contains over 4400 courses including 400 Medcom healthcare training courses and over 4000 Skill-soft training courses that include software applications, business and finance, ITskills and industrial areas. The Metrix system also includes an assessment component called Prove-It which validates skill mastery in over 900 areas. Please also be sure to talk with your Local Career Center about this exciting opportunity.

Need help with Reading, Writing or Computer Skills?  Saratoga Springs Public Library and Southern Adirondack Independent Living offer a variety of classes for free.  Adult Education programs offered through the local WSWHE BOCES can assist with basic skills needs, TASC preparation or English as a Second Language (ESL). Your local Literacy New York Greater Capital Region provides assistance in basic reading, TASC help and ESL. TASC Preparation Programs are available to prepare you for the five test areas of Reading, Writing, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics.

 

Learn more about E-Learning and Apprenticeship opportunities here.

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