Jobs / Employment

Has CODIV-19 affected your job?

PA Department of Labor & Industry: Our UC Filing step-by-step guides walk you through filing unemployment and understanding the unemployment process.
How to Cope If You’ve Lost Your Job Amidst The Coronavirus Pandemic
Coronavirus and The Workforce: What You Should Know (From The Balance)

Are You Ready for Work?

Job Training for Beaver County and PA CareerLink® Beaver County are ready to help you.   Ongoing Programs, Events, and Skills Training including  A Budgeting Workshop,  Civil Service and US Postal Jobs Workshop, Keyboarding Skills Workshop, Re-Entry Workshop, Interviewing Skills, 4-Day Computer Workshop Series, a Monthly Job Club, a Resume Workshop, LinkedIn for Beginners Workshop, Work Certified™, On-the-Job Training, Learn the Basics to Start Your Own Business, and Grant Funding.

Job Training For Beaver County
Suite 277 Beaver Valley Mall
Monaca, PA 15061

PA CareerLink® Beaver County
285 Route 18
Monaca, PA 15061-2305

Community College of Beaver County
1 Campus Drive
Monaca, PA 15061

The Basic/Free Online Resume Builder:
(provided by Novorésumé)

  • A professional layout that stands out
  • Live feedback to improve your content
  • Templates that are suited to your exact needs
  • Free cover letter and resume samples to use as a guide

Preparing for work?

If you are job searching, have an upcoming interview, are enrolled in a training program, or are employed
and you need professional clothing to look and feel your best, below are three options for assistance. 
(Contact the Recovery Coordinator for a referral at 724.624.7203.)

Professional Outfitters

Gently used items are available to men and women at no or low cost:

Professional Outfitters
1035 Third Avenue
New Brighton, PA 15066
Phone – 724.846.2000
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday

Professional Outfitters Too
464 Franklin Ave., 2nd Floor
Aliquippa, PA 15001
Phone – 724.378.1860
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Monday – Thursday

Dress for Success Pittsburgh

Dress for Success has branches in Allegheny, Washington, Butler, Fayette, and Greene Counties.

(for women only)

Virtual Connections Resource Center

The Virtual Connections Resource Center (VCRC) delivers our vital services to women everywhere through an online platform. Featuring local job boards, interview and employment preparation resources, professional styling guides, advice on navigating workplace culture, and physical, mental, and emotional health resources, the VCRC provides a network of resources to empower women in their holistic development. Visit the VCRC at

Accenture provides women with useful basic and advanced skills to build their resumes.
Drop off your resume at one of our Dress for Success Pittsburgh locations or e-mail it to us at An Accenture professional will review your resume and provide feedback in one week or less. Dress for Success Pittsburgh will return your resume to you and work with you for anything else you may need to get ready for your interview.

The Women’s Resource Guide includes contact information for Career, Child Care, Clothing Assistance, Food Assistance, Health, Housing, Parenting, and Shelter Programs.

Employment for Special Populations

Military Translator 

Provided by PA CareerLink®, this resource helps Veterans to find civilian occupations that best align with military skills, experience, and training.   This webpage includes other information about Veteran’s Services.

Practical Resume Advice for Military Veterans

Novorésumé provides insight from job recruiters regarding the ideal resume format to use, the most important sections of a veteran’s resume, how to emphasize specific skills, and what veterans should avoid on their resume.

The Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship

A workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses.

On-The-Job Training for Dislocated Workers in Beaver County

Eligibility requirements do apply.  Priority is given to veterans and long-term unemployed.
For more information, contact Pat at 724.728.4860 ext. 218 at Job Training for Beaver County to see if you qualify.

Assess Your Transferrable Job Skills

… and discover new pathways!   Use your TORQTM Personal Employment Plan to see where your skills can take you.  (Provided by PA CareerLink®)

PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) 

Employment assistance for Job Seekers With Disabilities.  Discover how the PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) can help you access services and find employment.   (Links to Disability Resources on the Web)

OVR serving Beaver County:
NEW CASTLE – Vocational Rehabilitation Services

 100 Margaret Street
New Castle, PA 16101
724-656-3070 Voice,  724-656-3252 TTY
800-442-6379* Voice,  888-870-4476* TTY

(* toll-free within PA)


Reclaiming Employment – Make your journey work for you.

. . . has been awarded a 2018 Small Business Innovation Research Grant!  This online resource supports entrepreneurship by individuals who have used mental health services.

Have you ever considered Entrepreneurship or Starting a Small Business?  Setting up an online account at Reclaiming Employment is free and easy.   When starting with “resources-just exploring”, you will find the following:

Interested in employment with these Beaver County System of Care Partners?

Glade Run Lutheran Services

Get the details on open positions at

Beaver County Behavioral Health

How to Apply

Pressley Ridge

Career Opportunities

 ( Search by Company Location:  “Beaver Office 040401 | Beaver Falls, PA USA ” )


Career Center

( Search by Job title or City, State, Zip Code )


BCRC Careers

Current Openings, How to Apply, and Job Applications

Mental Health Association

Employment and Career Opportunities

Pinnacle Treatment Center

Careers – Open Positions

Primary Health Network

(Federally Qualified Health Centers in Aliquippa, Rochester and Beaver Falls)

Careers Webpage

Arc Human Services


Kaleidoscope Family Solutions

Career Search (Contract Opportunities)

Western Pennsylvania Psychiatric Care

Career Center

Volunteer Opportunities

Why Volunteer?  There are Health Benefits!

Mayo Clinic Health System, Speaking of Health Series:
“Helping people, changing lives:  3 health benefits of volunteering”

“Create the Good”, by AARP®  (Real Possibilities)
Find Volunteer Opportunities:  Search by Keywords, Zip Code and/or Distance

Beaver County Association for the Blind (BCAB)

  • Plan, cook, and serve lunch, be a friendly companion, be a sighted guide, fundraising assistance, etc.
  • If you are interested in serving as a volunteer at the agency, want more information, or simply want to stop by to see what we do, please contact us at 724-843-1111 ext. 312 or