Job seekers may include people at life's transition points, who find themselves without work for this first time due to downsizing, young workers just entering the job market for the first time, individuals with disadvantages due to lack of education, work skills or experience, immigrants, people with a disability who need to engage in work to build their self esteem, gain experience and demonstrate their work ethic to employers and individuals re-entering their communities from a corrections facility.
Referred to Hope Network through local partner agencies, Workforce Development job seekers are provided individual and group activities designed to help them gain the soft skills necessary for successful employment through:
- Personalized skill assessments
- Employability skills training
- Resume writing and interview practice
- Hands-on occupational specific skills training
- Job placement and retention support services
Our Exodus Program assists individuals with an offending history to find employment and become contributing members of our community.
Goals in all of our programs include:
Attendance and punctuality
Developing improved endurance and stamina
Working as part of a team
Interactions and social communications skills with co-workers
- Ability to accept supervision
- Following and recalling directions
The key to employment success is a supportive work environment that encourages and empowers workers. To answer these needs, we continue to explore and build opportunities that deliver:
- Custodial services - cleaning office space daily, our custodial team has a record of proven performance in federal buildings such as the Gerald R. Ford Museum
- Packaging and co-packaging services to our customer base while operating in compliance with ISO and AIB standards. Our rehabilitation services maintain the highest CARF certification standards.
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any questions you may have about our programs or services.