Pennsylvania CareerLink Services in Franklin County

You may be aware of programs that are available to help you and your workforce, but finding them and sorting through the details is another matter. The SouthCentral Workforce Investment Board, or SCWIB, has organized what you will need to get you started. Learn more about programs here. CWDS registration is required to use PA CareerLink® resources.

  • OJT - On-The-Job Training
    On-the-Job training can improve your attractiveness to an employer if you're lacking certain job qualifications, or if the job requires a specific skill you may not be able to acquire otherwise. › Learn More
  • PA CareerLink®
    If you don't have access to a computer, or would like help using one for your career search, visit our Career Resource Center nearest you. › Learn More
  • Veterans Service
    Military veterans receive priority service at PA CareerLink®, where they can access all our online services from a private computer lab with assistance from our career specialists.  › Learn More

Adams County CareerLink

  • 55+
    Special funds for job-related training are available to Pennsylvania residents age 55 and older through the Aging Worker Initiative.
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  • Job-Seeker Workshops
    PA CareerLink® can provide everything you need to become job-ready. › Learn More
  • Typing and Computer Use Training
    If you're not completely comfortable using a computer, our staff can help you learn computer and Internet basics using programs from www.GCFLearnFree.org. › Learn More
  • Civil and Non-Civil Service Information
    Hundreds of jobs are available in state and local government. Visit one of our offices to access the civil service website for a listing of job opportunities. › Learn More
  • GED, Adult Basic Education and Postsecondary
    Many job opportunities require a high school diploma, General Education Degree, or GED, or other form of higher education. 
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  • WorkKeys® - Measure your "Real World" Skills
    If you're not sure whether additional training is right for you, or if you need assistance determining what type of career path you would be most successful on, talk to our staff about the WorkKeys® Career Readiness Course. › Learn More
  • Office of Vocational Rehabilitation 
    The Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, or OVR, serves Pennsylvania residents who face barriers to employment due to physical, intellectual or emotional disabilities. › Learn More
  • File for Unemployment Compensation
    If you need assistance filing for unemployment benefits while engaged in your job search, PA CareerLink® can help you file by phone or Internet, and can help you submit appeals by fax. › Learn More
  • Ex Offenders
    Soon-to-be released and recently paroled ex-offenders are provided the same services as all other job seekers. 
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