Education & Job Training Resources

CareerOneStop is:

  • Your source for employment information and inspiration
  • The place to manage your career
  • Your pathway to career success
  • Tools to help job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals
  • Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor
On your right you will find services that are not only FREE for you to use, but a very helpful resource to have.
At CareerOneStop, there is the My Skills Future Center: which helps laid-off workers and other career changers explore new careers that may use the skills and experience gained in previous jobs.
Military to Civilian Job Search: When veterans or service members enter their military job in the search box, they’ll link directly to current job listings that match their military skills and experience for FREE.

American Job Locater: American Job Centers can help you look for work and offer workshops like resume and cover letter writing. Many states offer business services to help employers hire, retain and train workers.

Worker ReEmployment: is your one-stop site for employment, training and financial help after a layoff. This is an awesome resource, and we are excited that you can access all of these great resources through the site for your convenience.

Click on: The Job Search Guide for People with a Criminal Record: Here you will learn about Your interests, Job skills, Soft skills, Skills checklist, What is a career? Work restrictions, Common first jobs, How to set goals, Short-term goals, Long-term goals and much more. Don’t let your record keep you from finding and keeping a job after your release. This guide has three sections to help you:

Explore careers

• Learn about training and school options

• Search and apply for jobs

Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders: CareerOneStop’s Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders is for anyone with a criminal record. You’ll find tips, information and resources to help you search for, apply for, and begin a new job. Have a Work-ready checklist, Find State Resources, Explore Careers, Get Training, and their Find a Job section offers:

Tips for job applications, resumes, and references. Resources for job openings. How to talk about your conviction in interviews

Education Resources is the industry leader for online, self-paced learning. Their on-demand video library offers a wide range of courses and video tutorials to meet anyone's learning needs - from professional development to online marketing, programming, design, photography, music, and much more. What's great about this resource, is that you can access everything for FREE with their 10 day trial.


ed2go:This is yet another great affordable education resource for you. Ed2go provides the highest-quality online continuing education courses that are affordable and easy to use and are delivered through a network of over 2,100 top colleges and universities partners that have contracts with ed2go, and have been through ed2go training, and have experience – as well as the staff – to handle all registration and student support activities. From Learning Basic Computer Skills, Learning Gran Writing to SAT/ACT Prep, you can become more marketable to employers.

udemy is a fantastic market place, and its great for folks who are trying to learn new skills. In fact is the world’s largest marketplace for teaching and learning. More than 10,000 expert instructors have published online courses on Udemy on everything from programming to yoga, marketing to guitar, photography to cake decorating, and so much more! The awesome thing about Udemy, is that some course are FREE and some cost money. Also, if you are in expert in something, you can even create a course for FREE and charge for others to take it. Over 10 million students in 150+ countries are taking these courses to advanced their careers and pursue their passions. Each course is available on-demand, 24 / 7, via the iPhone, iPad, Android and Web.