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Start Your Career Today

PA CareerLink® offers a variety of free career development services to help you succeed in the workplace. To get started, find a location near you.

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Explore Career Resources

Explore in-demand career pathways to see how your interests and skills can build you a brighter future.

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Find Workshops and Training Programs

Build and enhance your skills with free workshops, training, and more resources.

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Explore Online Resources

Meet your goals from where you are. Our online resources for career seekers can help with your job search, interview readiness, career exploration, skill-building, and much more.

Build Your Skills

Explore in-demand career pathways to see how your interests and skills can build you a brighter future. Explore our offerings below, visit any of our service locations in Philadelphia, or call 1-833-750-JOBS (5627) for more information.

Career Seeker Catalog

Today’s in-demand jobs during Philadelphia’s economic recovery.

Career Coach

Discover majors, in-demand careers, and education based on your interests!

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Career Counseling

We’ll build a customized career plan for you at one of our centers.

Workshops

Learn how to properly interview, build your resume, get your GED or an associate degree, and more!

 

Your Next Step

Access city-wide resources to help you navigate your career.

Level Up

Launch your next chapter with help from the LevelUp Philadelphia coalition.

Resources That Meet Your Needs

We offer additional services for the following audiences.

Veterans and eligible spouses receive priority of services in all employment programs funded by the US Dept. of Labor.

If you are looking for a job and are over the age of 55, PA CareerLink® Centers have programs designed for your level of experience and seniority.

Staff can assist individuals with disabilities including resources for the hearing and visually impaired, with intellectual and physical disabilities, and can provide enrollment support for OVR registration.

Finding a job or building a career with a criminal record can be challenging. Reentry programs, Fair Chance Hiring initiatives, and the Ban the Box program in Philadelphia can help.

PA CareerLink® Centers provide resources and refer youth and young adults to work-ready programs, apprenticeships, and career assistance.

If you receive notice from your company about a layoff, PA CareerLink® offers specialized services to aid in the transition.

Further your career by getting paid to learn

As an apprentice, you’re an employee from day one. You’ll receive on-the-job training and mentoring, related instruction, and wage gains while on a career path in your chosen industry.

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Find a Career Center Near You

Located in four convenient neighborhoods in Philadelphia, each center is wheelchair accessible and reachable by major thoroughfares and public forms of transportation. The Centers are open from 8 AM to 4:30 PM.

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PA CareerLink® will also recommend jobs for you based on your preferences. One exciting feature is an automatic capture of all of your job-search activities within PA CareerLink®. You have the ability to record any outside job-search activities, too. All in one place. All for free.