One City One Hire is an innovative economic development strategy that serves as a catalyst to jump-start the Mayor's pledge to put all unemployed District residents--in every Ward of the city--back to work.
American Job Center Networks
Find jobs, employees, benefits and training via the Internet: DCNetworks
DC's Department of Employment Services (DOES) has pioneered an advanced web-based workforce development system to better serve the citizens and employers of the District. American Job Center Networks offers a comprehensive array of services for job seekers, employers, training providers, benefit applicants, students, youth and other customers in one location, via the Internet. Visit the American Job Center and register today.
The American Job Center Networks
American Job Center Networks allows citizens to research the status of unemployment benefits, assess their skills, prepare resumes, research and compare training opportunities, explore the regional labor market and search and apply for jobs in the Washington Metropolitan area.
Area employers can use American Job Center Networks to place job orders and search for applicants by skill-set or position. The system also accommodates the employer looking for specific industrial and economic data and has a series of Internet links to a variety of issues and topics of interest to employers.
Local training providers have the ability to add or update information on current training courses facilitating citizens' access to up-to-date information on training programs and their performance. American Job Center Networks offer a "Consumer Reports" feature that allows citizens to research and compare approved training programs in high demand occupations.
DOES's American Job Center Networks is part of the American Job Center Networks workforce development system bringing employers and job-seekers together in more than 30 states.