Launched in July 2012, PA CareerLink® is part of the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry’s initiative to transform the landscape of how job-seekers find family sustaining jobs, and how employers find the skilled candidates that they need. Each of the four PA CareerLink® Centers and satellite locations are staffed with local professionals who are equipped to help you on your unique career path.
JEVS is the operator of the largest CareerLink in the city, JEVS maintains a career resource center that includes up to date print and online materials. Career Center staff will provide personalized support and assistance so that participants can make sense of labor market information, job classifications, projected job growth, hiring trends, and training requirements in the context of their individual strengths, abilities, and interests. The Career Resource Center is staffed during normal business hours. In addition, JEVS Resource Coordinators will actively work with participants to recommend specific materials and resources that align with individual employment plans. The Career Resource Center includes a variety of print and multimedia
materials including books on career search techniques, job search engines, labor market sites including ONET, resume building sites, job-related social media sites such as LinkedIn, as well as traditional print materials including practice employment applications.