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Local Schools and Training Programs

To find applicants with the training you need, explore local educational and training programs. These programs often work closely with the business community and are ready to help you with your hiring needs.

Getting started

To find programs that can help you with hiring, (1) identify relevant programs; and (2) identify and contact the appropriate representative.

Identify relevant training programs

  1. Visit Find Local Training Programs.
  2. Search for local programs by entering an occupation, school, or program and a location.
  3. View a list of programs in your area; filter your list by program length, program name, or occupation.

Identify and contact a representative

Once you’ve found schools of potential interest, visit their websites to assess their programs and identify someone who can help:

  1. On the school’s website, locate content for programs you’re interested in. If a specific listing isn’t available, use the site’s search feature.
  2. On the page describing the program (Web Design and Development, for example), make sure the material being taught addresses the skills you’re looking for.
  3. Look for links directed at employers. Examples might include links such as “Hire our Students” or “For Employers.”
  4. Locate a phone or email contact for departments of interest. Most departments work directly with employers to facilitate employment for graduates.

For help locating an appropriate school or with other workforce issues, contact your local American Job Center to connect with a Business Services Representative or other resource.

Resources

American Job Center Finder

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