Virtual Resources to Start Your Career
PA CareerLink® Philadelphia is here to enhance your efforts to build a career. We want to partner with you to identify and reach your professional goals. Our virtual resources are a great place to start, but if you need to speak to someone directly, we are available Monday – Friday via email at [email protected] or by phone at (833) 750-5627.
Welcome to PA CareerLink®
Prepare and Explore
Meet your goals from where you are. Our virtual resources for career seekers can help with job search, interview readiness, career exploration, skill-building, and much more.
Begin Your Job Search
Explore jobs through current job listings, websites, or find a job based on skills and past experience.
Update Your Resume
You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. For your career, your resume is that first impression. It’s the bridge between your potential employer. Use the resources below to help your resume stand out from the crowd.
Get on the Right Career Path
Unemployed, or underemployed, or looking to change careers? These services will help you decide which direction to take for your career goals.
Find Training Opportunities
Advancing your skills is a vital step in moving your career forward. Explore these trainings to strengthen your skills and help you reach your career goals.
Health & Wellness Resources
Job search and career exploration can be stressful. The uncertainty of being able to provide and sustain yourself and your family can affect your overall health and wellness. The resources here can help you alleviate anxiety, stress, and depression while facing the challenges of being unemployed or underemployed.
Additional Workforce Resources
You may need workforce services that are specific to your situation. We can help you navigate available resources specifically for veterans, persons with disabilities, 55+, youth and young adults, immigrants, returning citizens (reentry), and more. If you need additional assistance, please call (833)-750-5627.
Visit a 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.