Jobs & other resources
Need a job go to the nearest One Stop Unemployment Center near you and ask for a one on one counselor, go between 9-11 and those who need it ask for Re-Entry jobs and if you need to be Bonded, ask.
Jobs that are now hiring to look up on internet:
RGIS UPS-PT Handler/Delivery Driver First Transit
City of Alexandria TJX Companies (TJMaxx, Marshall's, etc.)
DC Water PG Public Schools Walmart
Flippo construction Macy's
Iron Workers Local #5 Apprenticeship Program see website below
Go Green with Green-jobworks see website below.
Joint Carpentry Apprenticeship Program call for information at 301/736-1696 or go to website below.
Plumbers/Pipefitters Apprenticeship Program call for information at 301/322-8810 or go to website below.
Steamfitters Local #602 Joint Apprenticeship/Training Program see website below.
Visit Virginia government website below.
Dr. Kimberly Ventus-Darks an awesome author, motivation speaker, marriage counselor and so much more, see website above.
District of Columbia One Stop Unemployment Center for job information go to Walk-in Services for a counselor on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9am - 11am on 2nd floor at 3720 Martin Luther King Ave SE, Washington, DC 20020. Identification needed.
Find a job under Maryland Workforce Exchange see website below
Accountemps offers temporary and temp to perm jobs for Accounting, Payroll and Finance.
Marc Green Works has plenty of jobs, just take your time and go to the bottom and search by State. Be sure to read job details to see if you qualify to apply. Good Luck!
DC Networks jobs, apply, be patient and take your time and review job titles and duties.
Those who has been incarcerated go back to school and attend University of District of Columbia (UDC) and get a Degree. Education is a great asset.
Learn from your Past, Live in the Present and Look to the Future.