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Provides District youth ages 14 to 24 with enriching and constructive summer work experiences.

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The center offers businesses and job-seekers a comprehensive array of employment services.

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Find jobs, employees, benefits and training via the Internet: DCNetworks

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Program Overview

Our workshops offer insight and information into every part of a job search, from choosing your next career step to learning how to negotiate for a higher salary. 

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The Department of Employment Services provides job seekers with a number of employment opportunities. Each center provides career counseling, resume assistance, job placement, vocational training, access to online services, information about local and national labor markets, unemployment...
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What is the DC Apprenticeship Council?
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There are Federal as well as State regulations that govern Apprenticeship. Below is a list of those regulations:

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A highly flexible training system that combines on-the-job learning and classroom instruction.

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The Office of Apprenticeship, Information and Training (OAIT) has established a compliance hotline to report issues, ask questions, and get information on construction projects in the District of Columbia.

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DC Career Connections is a work readiness program designed to provide more than 400 out-of-school District youth with opportunities to gain valuable work experience, skills training, and individualized coaching and support to gain employment.

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Services and programs provided for employers working within the District of Columbia.

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Unemployment insurance is a federal-state program that provides temporary benefits to workers who become unemployed through no fault of their own, and who are able an

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The following job openings are among the many currently listed with the Department Employment of Services Job Bank, as July 5, 2016.

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Apprenticeship includes specified hours of on-the-job training and classroom instruction.

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The In-School Program provides academic enrichment activities, work-readiness skills, project-based learning, life skills and leadership development.  The goal of the program is to help prepare District youth to successfully transition from high school into post-secondary education, advanced

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Services and programs provided for private-sector employees working within the District of Columbia.

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Services and programs provided for Insurance Carriers and Third-Party Administrators working within the District of Columbia.

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The Department of Employee Services offers opportunities for you to gain the skills to excel in a rewarding career. The team guides job seekers through the search—from application to interview to the hiring. Friendly staff offer insight into local and regional employment trends.

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The District of Columbia Department of Employment Services (DOES) was created to put DC Residents to Work.

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Labor Standards administers and enforces the District of Columbia labor laws. The office investigates wage complaints, evaluates employee and employer safety/health in the workplace and adjudicates compensation/medical care claims for private-sector employees injured in the course of employment.

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