Are you ready to find a job?

Below is a list of free services offered throughout Virginia and online. These services can help you advance all of the skills necessary to succeed in the job search.

 

Career Service Centers:

CareerWorks

Virginia CareerWorks offers a variety of services to those individuals who are looking for employment across all of Virginia. Services include, but are not limited to:

Use this link to find a CareerWorks Center near you.

 

Goodwill

Goodwill offers a variety of services to those individuals who are looking for employment across all of Virginia. Services include, but are not limited to, resources for those who need assistance with childcare, transportation, and career planning.

 

Coping with Stress Due to Unemployment:

Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic discusses how to cope with the mental and emotional effects of unemployment due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Resume Help

Indeed/Goodwill

Goodwill and Indeed partnered to assist job seekers with resume help.

Do you need advice on your current resume?
Goodwill and Indeed partnered to assist job seekers with resume help.

 

Interview Help

Goodwill Interview Preparation

  • This article provides tips for interviewing in a time with high unemployment.

  • How to explain gaps in employment during an interview:

 

Virtual Interview Preparation

 

Financial Literacy

Bank of America Personal Finance

These Khan Academy videos provide free online training on how to create “Better Money Habits.” There is information on saving & budgeting, debt, credit, personal banking, taxes & income, and more.

 

Digital Literacy

Northstar Digital Literacy

Northstar Digital Literacy offers online assessments and defines the basic skills needed to use a computer and the internet in daily life, employment, and higher education. Online, self-guided modules allow you to track performance on these tasks. Test takers can receive digital badges whenever they pass assessments.