Has CODIV-19 affected your job?
PA Department of Labor & Industry:
Our UC Filing step-by-step guides walk you through filing for unemployment
and understanding the unemployment process.
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.
Specially trained veteran employment representatives located in PA CareerLink® offices provide veterans with a full range of employment services, including referral services, job development, referral to training, and referral to government and community veteran service agencies. These representatives help veterans match their job skills to employer job openings and contact employers on behalf of the veteran for consideration in hiring.
Job Training For Beaver County
Suite 277 Beaver Valley Mall
Monaca, PA 15061
Are you a dislocated worker? Job Training may be able to help. See the link at the bottom of this page.
Job seekers can participate in free workshops to create their customized resumes and cover letter and gain interviewing techniques and other job-seeking skills.
PA CareerLink® Beaver County
285 Beaver Valley Mall
Monaca, PA 15061
Hours: M, W, Th, F: 8:00am to 4:00pm
Tuesday, 10:00am to 4:00pm
You may have attained transferrable skills through
your work history and educational background.
See the link at the bottom of this page.
Community College of Beaver County
1 Campus Drive
Monaca, PA 15061
CCBC offers 70 degrees, certificates, and diplomas, hundreds of continuing education and workforce development programs, direct transfer agreements with four-year colleges and universities regionally and nationally; and a distinctive high school academy dual enrollment program.
CCBC is committed to the success of all students. A variety of academic support services are offered including free academic coaches, ESL support, disability support, developmental learning lab, counseling, career planning, and library reference. Veterans benefits are coordinated through the financial aid office.
KEYS is a PA Department of Human Services (DHS) program designed to help TANF and SNAP recipients succeed in community college.
Learn more about Student Support at CCBC.
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)
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.
“Everyone deserves to enjoy the best possible quality of life.”
1035 Third Avenue
New Brighton, PA 15066
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday
Our goal is to enrich our clients’ lives by helping them learn how to help themselves.
- Job search preparation
- Scrubs & professional wear
- Basic needs assistance
- Flea market (in our warehouse)
- Speaker services
- Bread, veggies, and non-perishable foods
- blue jeans and more for men, women & children
- Workshops are offered to help educate individuals with . . .
- interviewing skills
- financial literacy
From clothing and household items to educational workshops, We’re at YOUR Service provides the resources needed to help our neighbors become flourishing members of our community. Everyone deserves a second chance at experiencing the best possible quality of life, and we’re here to support them.
We’re at YOUR Service works hand-in-hand with many other organizations to provide clothing and other life necessities to those who need it most. We receive referrals from social service organizations, local government offices, and other sources. And sometimes, people seek help and find us on their own.
If you’re seeking any type of assistance, contact us at 724.847.4400, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(formerly Professional Outfitters Boutique)
Nearly New on the Avenue is a program of the Franklin Center of Beaver County, Inc. providing gently used and new clothing for men and women. Vouchers for free clothing are available through participating organizations.
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 https://www.dfspghvirtual.org/.
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 email@example.com. 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
Every young adult with a mental health condition will face the decision of whether or not to tell others about, or “disclose” their condition at work. Typically the reason for disclosure is to ask for accommodations in order to perform better at your present job. An accommodation is modifying a job, the job site, or the way things are done in order to enable a qualified individual with a disability to have an equal opportunity for employment. This tip sheet can provide some guidance in helping you make an informed decision.
According to the Social Security Administration, there are over 8 million disabled workers in the United States. These workers often face challenges such as stereotyping, discrimination, and a lack of accommodations. Thankfully, there are a variety of legal protections and employment resources available that help people with disabilities overcome these challenges and advance their careers.
This Resume Builder webpage will go over best practices for resume writing, laws that protect you from discrimination, and several other topics that you should know about as a disabled worker.
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.
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.
A workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses.
… and discover new pathways! Use your TORQTM Personal Employment Plan to see where your skills can take you.
(Provided by PA CareerLink®)