Resources

PA CareerLink® offers access to comprehensive resources to help you maximize your potential and successfully obtain employment.

Computers with internet access, printers, and fax machines are all available in all PA CareerLink® centers at no-cost. (M-F) (8am-4pm)
Assess your career goals and create a resume.
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Learn more about "Ban the Box" that prohibits Philadelphia employers from inquiring about criminal history on job applications and interviews.
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Access many of our workshops online for the ultimate virtual education experience. Coming Soon!
Apply for unemployment with Pennsylvania's Department of Labor and Industry
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Connect to quality adult education resources to prepare for high school equivalency (GED®, HiSET®) and improve your skills in reading and writing, math, English language (ESL) and digital fluency.
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Learn how to better manage your personal finances.
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Find local organizations that offer computer access and in-person support for our online career services.
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Apply for cash assistance and/or food stamps through Pennsylvania COMPASS website.
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PA CareerLink® offers frequent workshops on issues facing those with criminal records. PA CareerLink® Facilitator and retired attorney, Paul Cohen also facilitates on-site workshops on the legal issues of various topics from employment to housing.
Access childcare and other family social service resources through the 211 listings.
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Review your employee rights and get the help you need.
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Find the nearest free public internet access locations in Philadelphia.
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Get assistance with the college application process. Check out our workshop calendar for on-site presentations.
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Return to college to complete your degree. Receive educational counseling and support. Check out our workshop calendar for on-site presentations.
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