The American Job Center, formerly the DC Works! One-Stop Center, offers job-seekers, students, businesses and career professionals access to a comprehensive array of employment-related services and tools in one convenient location.
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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.
The Department of Employment Services provides job seekers with a number of employment opportunities.
There are Federal as well as State regulations that govern Apprenticeship. Below is a list of those regulations:
Apprenticeships combine on-the-job training with classroom instruction, teaching workers the practical and theoretical aspects of highly skilled occupations. Apprenticeship programs are sponsored by employers, labor groups and employer associations.
An apprenticeship is a structured method of training, which develops workers who have a wide range of skills within a craft.
The District of Columbia Department of Employment Services (DOES) was created to put DC Residents to Work.
The Pathways for Young Adults Program is designed to assist out-of-school and out-of-work District residents ages 18-24 by combining occupational training, life skills development and work readiness instructions to connect them back to the world of work successfully.
Project Empowerment is a transitional employment program that provides job readiness training, work experience, and job search assistance to District residents who face multiple barriers to employment.
The Department of Employment Services (DOES) offers veterans a wide variety of job search and training services. Special veterans' representatives are employed at most American Job Centers, where case managers e