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Job Placement and Training

If you want to expand what you do at your current job or find a new one, you might be interested in job placement or job training services. These operations help people to figure out what they need to know how to do to get what is next. This is especially true for people with unique circumstances, including veterans, people with disabilities, or those going through transition.

WorkOneIndy

A government-funded project, WorkOne Indianapolis (the Marion County wing of WorkOne) offers specialized programs, such as:
GED prep courses, job-specific skills training, specialized employment services for people with disabilities, one-on-one job placement services for veterans, programs for mature workers (55+) as well as young workers (14-21), and more. Their website is workoneindy.org

Operation: Job Ready Vets

OJRV serves any veteran, including veterans with disabilities, transitioning active duty Service Members and National Guard and Reservist. Their staff of experienced workforce development professionals–many of whom are veterans–has an effective approach to assisting veterans who are seeking employment and career opportunities in the civilian workforce. Visit them at ojrv.org

Trusted Mentors

Their website explains: “Trusted Mentors uses the power of mentoring to help adults establish stable lives by reducing the chaos brought about by poverty, homelessness, under-employment, and the effects of incarceration.” If you or someone you know just needs someone to talk to, learn more about them at trustedmentors.org

Southeast Community Services

A non-profit devoted to community development, one of their most popular offerings is individualized employment services. This includes one-on-one employment counseling, job search assistance, resume assistance, interview training, computer education, financial education, GED assistance, and job retention services. Visit them at secs.southeastindy.org

PACE: Public Advocates in Community Re-Entry

PACE is devoted to helping people returning from incarceration find a new life. They offer transitional and pre-release services, pre-employment services, and their most popular program: job development and placement. Check out their website at paceindy.org

Employ Up

Employ Up is a no-cost, career prep program funded by the Department of Labor and is available for residents who are under/unemployed and want a better career. The program provides opportunities that may lead to your next in demand job. Access to coaching, branding, approved funds for certifications and skills training, as well as direct contact to employers for hire. For details and to register to be contacted by a career coach, visit employup.org

Services for Ex Offenders

Every year, more than 20,000 inmates are released from prisons in Indiana. At IndyAtWork, we maintain a section of our site devoted to helping those individuals. Take a look.

Updated February 2018

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