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Computers and programs are available for clients' use in preparing a resume, cover letter, and on-line job search.

Employment Readiness offices keep up to date job announcements in Job Bank Books. So plan weekly visits to the office for the newest job listings

Employer fact sheets, agency business cards, and recruitment are available.

Make a professional resume for use in applying for jobs in the civilian sector. A professional resume tells the employer who receives it that you are a professional with confidence in your work skills and knowledge of how to present your qualifications. Remember, you are advertising your skills (that's what the employer is "buying" when they hire you).

Resource Information:
Local Job Information/Vacancies
Area Professional & Trade Associations
Job Re-entry Centers
Temporary Employment Agencies
Home Business Information
Job Bank
Job application Assistance
Job Search Assistance
Resume Development
Career Counseling assistance
Internet Access
Training and Development Programs
Certification Programs
Local Job Market Research
Local Job Information/Vacancies
Job Fairs
Centralized Job Bank

Job Search Assistance:
ACS conducts or sponsors classes, programs, workshops, seminars or individual sessions to empower job seekers for effective job searches. These include job search skills, job skills and job search training

  • Job Search Skills
  • Self-Assessment (Including Financial Status)
  • Resume Writing
  • Interviewing
  • Dress for Success
  • Negotiating for Salary
  • Job/Employer/Market Research
  • Applications and Cover Letters
  • Federal
  • State
  • Commercial
  • Checklist of Basic Job Search Documents
  • Transcripts
  • Letters of Reference
  • Alternate Work Scenarios
  • Career Exploration
  • Goal Setting
  • At Work Behavior
  • Basic Job Skills (needed for most forms of employment in the U.S.)
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Word Processing
  • English as a Second Language
  • Long-Term/Retirement Planning
  • Education
  • Job Search Training (bridging the gap between the job seeker and his or her goals)
  • What's My Career Plan?
  • Where Am I Now?
  • What Do I Have To Do?
  • Financial Management
  • Career Exploration
  • Marketing Yourself
  • Written Marketing Tools
  • The Interview Process
  • Federal Employment
  • Careers On-the-Go
  • Entrepreneurism
  • Volunteerism
  • 21st Century Workplace
  • Creating Balance in Your Life