career development resources from the U.S. Government
Career Help from the U.S. Government |
As you have probably noticed, several of the career development and
advancement services of the U.S. Government overlap and are designed to address
multiple needs and issues. Here is a handy compilation of specific career
Bank provides workers information on available jobs and employers
information on available workers.
Senior Community Service Employment
Program provides part-time employment opportunities for low-income persons
aged 55 and older.
Youth: ETA's Youth
Programs provide resources for getting young people engaged in training
and involved in the workforce.
Adults: ETA's Adult
Programs provide links to a range of programs providing job search
services for Adults.
Indians and Native Americans: The Division
of Indians and Native American Programs provide information on employment
and training opportunities to Native Americans.
ETA's disAbility Online Web
site provides information on grants and contracts and resources for individuals
Department of Labor Veterans Employment and
Training Service provides information on job search services available to
National Farm Worker Jobs Program
provides information on employment and training opportunities for migrant and
seasonal farm workers.
InfoNet provides information on different careers, employment trends,
growing industries and more.
Welfare to Work:
ETA Welfare to Work Web site provides
information and resources to program participants and administrators.
Office of Family
Assistance in the Department of Health and
Human Services provides information on Temporary Aid for Needy Families.