Workforce Development

Resident Services and Workforce Development 

Virtual Tech Goes Home Workshop For Job Seekers!

Date: February 6th – February 29th

Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm

Topics:

  • Resume and Cover letter
  • keywords and Typing
  • Company Research
  • Soft Skills
  • Job Market Trends
  • Create and optimize LinkedIn profile
  • Develop targeted job search strategies
  • Practice common interview questions

If you are interesting in participating in this course, please fill out the form here. Please note that completion of the form does not guarantee enrollment.

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Thanks to the Following Organizations For Participating in Our Recent Career Fair!

1) Asian American Civic Association
2) Big Heart Hospitality
3)
Berkshire Bank
4)
Beth Israel Lahey Health
5) Boston City Council Office, Sharon Durkan
6) Boston Public Schools
7)
Boston Public Health Commission
8)
City of Boston, YouthBuild Boston, and Local 327
9)
Cambridge College
10)
Cambridge Savings Bank
11) Duet

12)
Hyatt Regency (Davidson Hospitality)
13)
Italian Home for Children
14)
Northeastern University
15)
Mass CultivatED
16)
Mass.gov
17)
Massachusetts Department of Correction
18)
MBTA
19)
Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
20)
NXTThing RPO
21)
Northeastern University (HEART Home Health Aide Training)
22)
Steps to Success
23)
VPNE Parking Solutions
24)
United States Postal Service
25)
Union Capital Boston
26)
YMCA Boston (Huntington)
27) YMCA Education and Training (Franklin Street)

Fenway CDC Workforce Development Program

Fenway CDC helps vulnerable, low-income, and moderate-income residents overcome poverty barriers by accessing social services, job skills training, education advancement programs, job and career opportunities, and secure living wage jobs. We provide wrap-around services through in-house and our extensive network of economic stability services, education, and employer program partners. Since 2014, Fenway CDC had Career Fairs which was attending by over 50 hiring employers. We continue to collaborate with them for job placement and career development services. If you need help looking for a job or work with us as a program partner, please contact Jumana Aljohni at jaljohni@fenwaycdc.org (617) 267-4637 x 29. Our services are free! Contact us today!

Employment

  • 1-1 career counseling
  • Help with job search and career pathways
  • Resume and cover letter assistance
  • Preparation and free clothing for job interviews
  • Job skills and computer training

Education

  • Certification, continuing and adult education, or English language course

Housing

  • Eviction prevention services, rental assistance, and legal services Assistance accessing affordable housing or emergency shelter

Financial Stability and Social Services

  • Health insurance sign-up, questions, and counseling 1-1 private financial coaching through our financial counselor to help with credit, savings, debt, and home-buying
  • Stabilizing services (SNAP/EBT, childcare, and cash assistance)