PA CareerLink Pittsburgh help job seekers connect with employers who are looking to hire at locations in Downtown Pittsburgh and Forest Hills. CareerLink Pittsburgh is administered by the Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board, which also oversees these :
WorkReady Pittsburgh offers young, first-time job seekers six-week, paid internships in local corporations.
QuickTrainfor Jobs helps job seekers find low-cost training to land a job within a few months.
Many organizations that offer helpful career counseling, basic computer skills training, resume assistance and more for no or low cost.
The Urban League Employment and Training Department offers computer training, resume assistance, career coaching and more to all job seekers, including those young workers, mature workers and ex-offenders.
Carnegie Library's Career Development Center offers free career counseling (by appointment), classes in basic computer/word processing skills and more at the Main Library in Oakland.
The Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center offers resume assistance, skills assessment, free computer access, seminars with employers and more.
Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania offers assessment services, a range of employment skills training and in some cases on-the-job training.
There's an increasing number of helping military veterans to land civilian jobs, including Service to Opportunity.
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