L.E.A.P. (Learn, Earn, Advance, Prosper) is a network of interconnected partners utilizing the "earn-and-learn" approach that will link the city’s unemployed residents with employment, education and training opportunities.
The Department of Employment Services provides career counseling, resume assistance, job placement, vocational training, access to online services, information about local and national labor markets, unemployment insurance, and much more.
The District offers two ways to file for unemployment compensation – via the Internet and the phone. We strongly encourage that customers seeking unemployment benefits do so...
If you knowingly collect benefits based on false or inaccurate information that you intentionally provided when you filed your claim, you are committing fraud.
OYP provides occupational skills training, work experience, academic enrichment and life skills training to facilitate the development of work habits and skills that are essential for success in the workplace.
DOES introduces the Employer Self-Service Portal (ESSP) – an online system designed to help employers and agents file unemployment insurance wage reports and pay unemployment insurance taxes.
Project Empowerment is a transitional employment program that offers job readiness training and subsidized earnings to District residents who face significant barriers to employment.
Each center provides career counseling, resume assistance, job placement and much more.
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