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Employment/Job Training

The Welcome Center for New Pennsylvanians

Offers many services including job placement, job readiness training, legal clinics, social service referrals, public policy seminars, Project Bridging Cultures and help for immigrant businesses.

PA Civil Service Job Bank

A website providing information about civil service examinations and jobs in Pennsylvania.

PA Career Link

PA CareerLink is Pennsylvania’s one-stop service for job seekers. PA Career Link resources include job listings, directory of local offices, unemployment information, social services, and training resources. A self service system in which interested individuals have access to employment, education and training resources.
Career Link Team PA
Columbia County 570-387-6288
Montour County 570-387-6288
Northumberland County 570-644-6570
Snyder County 570-374-5751
Union County 570-374-5751
Lycoming County 570-601-5465

Office of Vocational Rehabilition

OVR is the Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, a State Agency that helps persons with disabilities help themselves to prepare for, start, and maintain a career. OVR has fifteen offices located around the State with over 400 professional vocational rehabilitation counselors. These counselors work every year with thousands of persons who have physical, mental, and emotional disabilities.
Phone: Central office Harrisburg: (800)-442-6351
Williamsport office: (800)422-6359

Monster.com Jobs

Online listings of thousands of jobs in the region and nationwide. Click on link below, type in the zip code where you want to work, and check out the listings.

Federal Job Info Center

Official federal website to search federal government jobs.

Employment in State/Local Government

Nearly 80,000 state government employees work for Pennsylvania in just about every field imaginable. From auditors to auto mechanics, cosmetologists to computer programmers, scientists to security officers, the list goes on.
As a large and diverse employer, the commonwealth has many opportunities to choose from: full-time or part-time, temporary or permanent, entry level to expert.

Bureau of State Employment

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is itself a major employer. Nearly 80,000 people’a majority of whom benefit from the civil service system’provide services to the state’s citizens.
There are more types of careers in Pennsylvania than you can imagine. And, in addition, to offering exceptional educational opportunities, there are many ways that the commonwealth helps people connect to quality jobs, upgrade their skills, change careers or weather hard times.


AmeriCorps is a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service, an independent federal agency whose mission is to engage Americans in intensive service to meet the nation’s critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. It offers 75,000 opportunities for adults of all ages and backgrounds to serve through a network of partnerships with local and national nonprofit groups each year. Full-time members who complete their service earn a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans; members who serve part-time receive a partial Award. Some AmeriCorps members may also receive a modest living allowance during their term of service.
Phone: (800) 942-2677
Email: questions@americorps.gov

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