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Services: Through the Job Seekers services Workforce Central Worcester is there to provide assistance to those who are beginning their work history or those who are looking for a new job. They provide job training and financial aid is available to assist clients in their career path.
The program also operates a Youth Services and Veterans Services division. Workforce Central Career Centers can provide financial assistance for re-training to eligible applicants 18 years and over, you must reside or have been currently laid off their service area.
Services: This program has been deed by job experts and ex-offenders to help clients land the job that they want. The first step is to apply for the Career Center Seminar, in which the client will have the opportunity to meet with job-readiness expert and talk about history and develop career goals. Services: Assistance with work readiness and job search assistance, work experience in the form of internship opportunities, training, counseling and mentoring. Career development is also available with adult mentoring and follow-up services. Services: Veterans receive top priority services.
Walk-in customers may use the dedicated UI Online computer stations on a first-come, first-serve basis. Basic computer skills are needed for you to enter all personal and confidential claim information yourself when using the Online system. Stop by the front desk to up. UI Online computer stations and printers are available Monday through Thursday, am— pm and Fridays, am— pm. If you require assistance to fill out this application, please be advised that staff are available on the following days and times: Monday through Thursday, am— pm and Fridays, am— pm.
Services: Offers mature workers assistance in re-employment, including coaching and counseling, internships, job referrals, on-the-job training at non-profit and government agencies and much more. To participate you must first attend a Careers Services Seminar and then ask for a referral. Services: The Night Life program has a reputation for being one of the most enriching and successful in the nation.
It offers a wide array of classes, in everything from business to recreation. Job training and vocational skills classes are available. Online classes are available. They have at their disposal a team of Commonwealth certified teachers so help you further your education. Registration: Classes are filled on a first come first serve basis so please register early if you considering taking one of the classes offered. You may register up until the first night of the class. Schedule: Times and dates are subject to the specific courses.
Payment: Tuition for the courses must be paid in full by the time of registration. They do not accept payments in form of cash, however all major credit cards and checks are accepted. Additional information: Please log on to their website for more specific information.
The Clergy Police Youth Partnership. Program Contact: Sgt. Miguel Lopez Program Supervisor Locations: Mentoring takes place at 10 local places of worship and at the South East Asian Coalition. Through a collaboration of faith leaders and police, the aim is to improve the personal development of youth, build a system of community support and create healthy and safe neighborhoods. Eligibility: No cost Serve any year olds. Pilot Mentoring Program:. Geared toward career and college readiness, the program works with at-risk teens ages in the Worcester Community.
Registration and other information: There is no cost to participate in this program. Services are in English, but special arrangements may be made for those who are limited-English or non-English speaking. Social service workers help families with food, shelter, clothing, , job search, information and referral, holiday baskets and toys.
Services: Mentoring for boys ages and girls ages Provides programs specializing in mentoring services to children at risk. Children are paired with a volunteer in their area with similar interests, and every volunteer is checked for background information to make sure they are the right match for . Registration and additional Information: Boys ages and girls ages are able to register. Contact: Jennifer Mon ext. The program aims to empower girls to achieve their aspirations through education and financial independence.
Girls participate in one-on-one mentoring and weekly programming. Weekly programming is held during the school year and includes topics such as: stress management, bullying, body image, violence prevention, community service and group mentoring events. Girls also receive academic support services as needed. Eligibility: Applicants must be entering or enrolled 7 th grade girls attending Worcester Public Schools.
Applicants must be willing to be matched with a one-on-one mentor through Big Brothers Big Sisters. The Young Parents Program. Contact: Brenda Safford , x Services: The Young Parents Program offers pregnant and parenting out-of-school youth, aged , who have not achieved a high school diploma with GED preparation along with a variety of educational and life skills training. Registration: Registration is on going. Please call to schedule an appointment if you interested. Services: Sober housing available for women.
Housing available from four weeks up to two years. Services: This program provides teen parents and pregnant teens the opportunity to complete their high school education through a GED program. Teen parents also receive community-based assistance while preparing for their GED such as childcare, case management, life and parenting skills training, job search assistance, health services, career exploration and more. Contact: Alyson Whalen x Hours: Mondays-Fridays am— pm. Eligibility: DTA referred Parents under 21 years old, pregnant or with children. Services: Water Exercise, Health and Wellness.
Eligibility: Free and open to any woman diagnosed with breast cancer or reproductive cancer. Services: Domestic violence services are deed to meet the needs of women and children whose lives are affected by interpersonal violence. All services are confidential and free of charge. All services can be accessed by calling the hour hotline in your geographic area.
Eligibility: Adult victims of domestic violence. No cost. The Family Literacy Program runs Tuesday and Thursday for daytime hours, to am and evening hours are to pm on Mondays and Wednesdays. The evening classes take place Tuesday and Thursday to Services: Head Start is a federally funded preschool program whose focus is to provide quality instruction and education with an emphasis on early literacy and mathematics.
Children leave Head Start prepared for elementary school and a successful transition to kindergarten. Teachers use research based curriculum. Instruction is provided in both individual and small group settings. The classroom environment and teacher instruction provide opportunities for each child to develop at their own pace in a stimulating and challenging setting. The program services children and families who reside in the City of Worcester. Limited transportation is provided and multilingual staff are available to assist families. Registration information : On going and free of charge.
After School Mentoring Program. Contact: Elizabeth Koroleski mentoring assumptionsisters. Children are matched with college volunteer mentors for homework help, arts and crafts, sports in the gym, games and much more! Eligibility and Cost: Free mentoring to children ages There are four different levels of English: basic, intermediate 1, intermediate 2 and advanced. Classes are every Tuesday and Thursday from am— pm and Monday, Wednesday and Friday from pm Only for Spanish speaking learners. These class takes place year round.
Registration: For future registration dates contact Amy Neville at Registration: Registration for September, begins August 26, Classes are funded to be available Sept. Enrolling Every Monday except holidays from pm. This program pays for the GED testing fee. In addition they offer a bilingual program—prepare for the test in either English or Spanish. This program is for people between the ages of Eligibility: Youth Ages No cost, membership form.
DTA—Cash Assistance. It is a state and federally funded program which provides cash assistance to families with children and pregnant women in the last days of pregnancy, with little or no assets or income. Services: Sick visits, health insurance assistance, urgent care, social services, dental services.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8ap, Saturdays 9ap. Languages spoken : English, Spanish, others by translation service. Mental Health Services. Services: The Family Health Center has one psychiatric doctors to prescribe medication. There is a pharmacy on site. This is a Virtual Gateway for persons waiting for insurance.I want to meet an Worcester woman
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