Resource Room — Helpful Links
Links are listed in alphabetical order. Click on an icon to access a resource or use the button to view a description and link.
Your premier source for connecting businesses with qualified, skilled talent and candidates with employment and career development opportunities:
Our Career Success Planning program is customized to your situation, to ensure you have the specific tools and relevant coaching to efficiently achieve your career goals.
Sharpen your employability skills with these brief webinars designed to accelerate your path to success.
Your Toolkit for the complete collection of CareerOneStop’s tools to research career information, training and/or jobs.
Resources to find career, training and job search resources just for you.
Worker ReEmployment is your one-stop site for employment, training and financial help after a layoff.
cTORQ can guide ou to new jobs or raining programs based on the knowledge, skills and abilities you have from your previous jobs.
The Florida Department of Children and Families’ Automated Community Connection to Economic Self Sufficiency (ACCESS) provides customers with public assistance information, 24/7:
Targeted employment services, including outreach, are provided to migrant and seasonal farmworkers.
Puerto Rico Department of Labor and Human Services Disaster Unemployment Assistrance
Farmworkers Career Development
Florida’s premier online job board, used by all 24 CareerSource Florida regions.
Your gateway to information and resources that assist veterans, veterans’ families and employers.
Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for financial aid for postsecondary programs, college or grad school.
File an Unemployment Compensation (ReEmployment Assistance) claim and/or check weeks.
Florida Choices enables adults/postsecondary students complete assessments to learn about your interests, skills, values and more; explore career possibilities; and make plans for your future:
Florida Governor’s Council on Indian Affairs, promotes the economic self-sufficiency and self-determination of American Indians and Native Americans.
Research labor market, economic and demographic data and compare information over time and by geography.
Your comprehensive source of Internet Job Search resources:
View videos showcasing businesses throughout our three-county region. Videos highlight the in-demand industries of manufacturing, Information Technology, healthcare, transportation and logistics,
A well-known global source to aid with your job search.
What do you want to do for a living? Search careers with key words, browse by industry, or answer questions about work you might enjoy for suggestions that match your interests and training.
Another great resource to help you build a bridge to a new career.
The Occupational Network (O*Net) Online has detailed descriptions of the work of work for use by job seekers, students, HR professionals, workforce development, researchers and more.
The Kenexa ProveIt Test assesses your proficiency in a wide array of in-demand job skills.
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You can do more than you imagine to increase your college admissions chances.
Watch this 14-minute orientation of services if the Department of Children and Families (DCF) referred you to the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), and DEO sent you a Notice of Mandatory Participation Letter.
This portal can help you locate services in your community.
Our veterans team provides Priority of Services to qualified veterans and their eligible spouses.
Overview of our services for those in the Welfare Transition program .
Improve your workplace skills, basic skills, prepare for job and career tests and more.