Job Corp offers many different career training options. It is for youth ages 16 to 24. They can live on campus and also get their GED if needed. Services are free, and students get a basic living allowance during training. Please call for more information.
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CareerSource Northeast Florida connects workers to jobs. They offer many services that help job seekers and employers alike.
- Educational Opportunities
- Find a Job
- Mobile Access Points
- Professional Network
- Public Assistance and Community Transition
- Reemployment Assistance
- Resource Rooms
- Veterans Services
- Workers 55+
- Workers with Disabilities
- Young Job Seekers
Please call 904.356.5627 or visit website for more information.
This is a shelter for pregnant women over the age of 18 with no other children in their care. The house can accommodate one woman with a child under five in certain cases.
Education and job training are provided so the women can get a GED or college diploma. They will develop specific job seeking skills so they will be more self sufficient. Each woman stays an average of six to eight months after her baby is born.
Office Hours are Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm. The shelter is staffed 24 hours a day.
Pine Castle is an agency that serves individuals with intellectual and developmental differences.
- Adult Day Training
- Community Employment
- Group Homes
- Job skills training, supported employment including job placement and one to one job coaching
Please call 904.733.2650 or visit website for more information.
This program can serve up to 140 inmates at a time. It gives participants the chance to get their lives back on track. They are employed during the day and work on substance abuse treatment, education and vocational courses at night. WR inmates pay a fee for their room and board. They also make court-ordered payments and send money home for family support. They are required to set money aside for savings upon release. Program offerings at each facility vary to best meet the needs of the men served. Please see the website for more information.
Employ Florida Marketplace connects job seekers and employers. It has links to job training and education.
For Job Seekers
- Create a resume
- Research career and wage information
- Find training programs
- Conduct and save job searches
- Receive automatic job notifications
- Connect to local workforce experts
- Post and manage job openings
- Search candidates by skills, experience or region
- Research labor market information
- Learn about training grant opportunities
- Connect to local workforce experts
Please visit website for more information.
These programs offer students two options. One is a culinary arts program. The other is a janitorial service program. Both have been certified by the Florida Department Commission of Independent Education. Clients get the chance to practice the skills that will prepare them for a career in these industries. The programs were developed for adults 18 and older with a priority focus on Veterans. Please call for more information.
Lutheran Services of Florida offers help for refugees in Florida. They help with jobs, immigration, filling out forms, and other services. Please call for more information.
Department of Children and Families provides Refugee Services. They help refugees who are new to Florida. Clients can get help getting a job, learning English, legal services, and more. Please call 904.723.2000 for more information.
Rethreaded is a safe place where women are paid a living wage. Women in the program learn to become a seamstress. Donated t-shirts are turned into new creations and sold.
Rethreaded offers a 4 month training program in the Jacksonville, FL, area.