NHWorks is a free service offered by the NH Employment Security. You can search for a job, learn how to write a resume, take online tutorials on topics such as Word and Excel, as well as take an online self-assessment that will help you focus in on your skills, interests and values.
Career Tools - America's Career InfoNet
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, America's Career InfoNet will provide you with resources like career exploration, skills identification, financial aid options, scholarship information, resume writing resources and more!
WorkReadyNH helps job-seekers improve their skills and add a nationally recognized credential to their resume and helps companies foster a skilled workforce to find qualified applicants and employees. Follow this link to learn more about the WorkReadyNH program offered at your college.
Workforce Investment Act
Eligible persons can receive occupational skills training, childcare and transportation reimbursement, ESOL services, GED preparation, job search and job readiness services, and career planning services. Follow this link to learn more about the Workforce Investment Act (WIA).
Landing a Job 101
GCFLearnFree.org offers many helpful resources to guide and support you as you embark on the job-searching-job-landing journey. You can learn how to complete a job application and how to write a resume.
GotResumeBuilder.com is a free resume building tool.
Career Services by College
Each school within the Community College System of New Hampshire offers resources to guide you with career exploration. Check in with your advisor at your school and he/she can point you in the right direction. You may also select from the College logos below to connect with their online career services and information.
Career Bliss is a website resource with articles and tips for promoting your career. Be sure to scroll down on the homepage and check out the most recent articles!
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