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WELCOME TO CAPITAL WORKFORCE PARTNERS

Serving 37 municipalities in
North Central Connecticut,
Capital Workforce Partners was established under the Federal Workforce Investment Act and coordinates comprehensive
programs provided through
contracted private and public

partners and service providers.

These programs are critical in developing a skilled, educated and vital workforce. Led by a consortium of the region’s chief elected officials, and representatives from business, education, labor and public groups serving on its Board of Directors Capital Workforce Partners is an essential “Partner” for economic development in the region.

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What occupations pay how much and which are in demand? Visit these new occupational matrix websites. 

YOUTH EMPLOYMENT AND
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
OTHER PROGRAMS, EVENTS
AND OPPORTUNITIES

2014 Summer Youth Employment

and Learning Program

Welcome!

Each year, Capital Workforce Partners receives at least three applications for every one summer job. Because our resources are limited, we have set some new priorities for this summer.

Individuals from the following locations will have preference:

Hartford New Britain
East Hartford Manchester
Bloomfield Enfield
Bristol Windsor
Vernon Rockville West Hartford


Younger youth will have more opportunities.
- 14 and 15 year olds in Hartford will have more jobs
- 15 year olds who live outside of Hartford are now eligible for jobs

Youth who successfully completed the program in 2013 will have priority.

UPDATED: 4/2/14

Please Read This FAQ About This Year's Program

To start the 2014 preapplication, please click on the link below.

Here is the Pre-Application Link


ULGH Student Workshop

January 25, 2014 - Year Round Tier III students Learn to "Develop their Personal Brand" - The Tier III Year Round Employment students attended their first set of workshops in preparation for their internships in the spring. Some of the topics covered included Social Media Presence, How to Fill out a Job Application and Dressing for Success.


Tom Phillips  Mayor Segarra Eugene Morton

January 23, 2014 - Mayor Pedro Segarra receives National Award for Youth Employment Initiatives - The U.S. Conference of Mayors awarded the Mayor, along with CWP's Tom Phillips, and youth employment participant Eugene Morton (r) in Washington DC at their annual conference.  Eugene was in the summer program through the Blue Hills Civic Assoc., and his internship was at St. Francis Hospital - Worksite).  Press release here.


The Hartford Opportunity Youth Collaborative in Aspen

Nov 4 - 6, 2013 - The Hartford Opportunity Youth Collaborative goes to Aspen - The Hartford Opportunity Youth Collaborative, chaired by Mayor Segarra, has been charged with addressing the employment needs of youth ages 16-24 who have not completed high school, are not furthering their education and are currently unemployed. The Collaborative was invited to attend the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions where they discussed collaboration strategies.(l-r) Alex Johnson & Kim Oliver, Capital Workforce Partners, Trish Torruella, The City of Hartford, Lee Hunt, Blue Hills Civic Association, Eileen Peltier, Asnuntuck Community College, Andy Tyskiewicz, (CREC), Yanil Teron, Center for Latino Progress, Hector Rivera, OPP)

Click here for more information about the grant.


Hartford Employer Debrief Breakfast

Summer Satisfaction 2013 - Sept 11 & Sept 18 - Capital Workforce Partners hosted two Employer Appreciation & Debriefing sessions to gather feedback about the Summer Youth Employment and Learning from the employer perspective. The first meeting, on Sept 11, occured in New Britain for employers west of Hartford at OIC of New Britain. The second meeting occured Sept 18th, for Hartford, East Hartford and Manchester employers at the Artists Collective.

New Britain/Bristol Breakfast


Memories of 2013

Summer Youth Employment

Summer Youth Julie at Hartford Hospital

Julie Vumback, Hartford Hospital - Julie, who aspires to be a surgeon, spent her summer learning about "robotic" patients that are used to train medical professionals. Hartford Hospital was an employer paid worksite.


Blue Hills students at Stop n Shop

Jodian Daley & Kymona Davis - Stop & Shop, Bloomfield, - Jodian and Kymona worked in the florist department, learning to make arrangements and how to care for different types of flowers.

The Worksite Provider: Blue Hills (BHCA)


Samuel, summer youth at Spring Brook Ice and FuelSamuel DeDiego -Spring Brook Ice & Fuel,

New Britain - Samuel spent his summer organizing the front office and delivering ice.

Worksite Provider: Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC)


 

More Stories from 2013 Summer Youth Employment?

Click here for the Newsletter

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WIA Youth Programming

WIA Flyer

Looking to engage an out-of-school youth in an employment training program?

Learn about regional WIA Youth Programming


Have you checked out the Connecticut Youth Employment Facebook Page Lately?


www.careercompetencies.org

Get them here. You need them to succeed.

Key Appointment and Award Recognition for Capital Workforce Partners President and CEO, Thomas Phillips

read more...


Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Progress Points

Read all about it here.


 

Legal Notice RFP for

Network Services 3/26/14

Click Here


Community Service Award

March 25, 2014 – East Hartford Chamber of Commerce - 99th Annual Meeting  Capital Workforce Partners' President and CEO Tom Phillips was awarded the Public Service Award for his commitment to workforce development in E. Hartford. In his acceptance speech, Tom acknowledged the small businesses in the community, that is dedicated to workforce development. He also expressed his gratitude to East Hartford Mayor Marcia Leclerc and Chamber President, Tim Coppage for their leadership and continued partnership to enhance the workforce development system.  
(l-r) Tim Coppage, President, EH Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Marcia Leclerc, East Hartford, Tom Phillips, President & CEO, Capital Workforce Partners, Sheldon Bustow, Director, New of Business, Hospital for Special Care and
CWP Board Chair


March 21, 2014 -MCC Regional Job Fair - Meet the CTWorks Job Fair team who go from job fair to job fair every year and help hundreds of job seekers.


Dr Dann Messier, Mayor Segarra and others

March 11, 2014 - U. S. Asst. Secretary Visits Hartford - to focus on the skills and literacy challenge, and what our community is doing about it. In the photo (l-r) Judith Rozie-Battle,HFPG; Tom Phillips, CWP; Dr. Brenda Dann- Messier, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Vocational and Adult Education; Mayor Pedro Segarra; Kathy Bishop-Heroux, United HealthGroup  MORE PHOTOS HERE.


Upcoming Job Fairs

March 21, 2014

MCC Regional Job Fair

Friday, March 21, 2014
MCC Great Path Academy Gymnasium, Manchester 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

March 25, 2014

Heroes 4 Hire Veterans Job Fair

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Rentschler Field Ballroom,

East Hartford, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

May 8, 2014

Employment Empowerment Expo

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Rentschler Field Ballroom,

East Hartford, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM


STEP UP Breakfast Informational - Coming Soon to You!

Learn about wage subsidies and other business services opportunities at a breakfast coming soon to a location near you!


Wish You Had More
Community Data for Hartford?
 
Welcome to Metro Hartford Progress Points

Introduction Here

and more to come.

Getting help with your resume

January 13, 2014 - CTWorks on Fox61 Morning Show - WInning Resumes with Charles Botts - Charles Botts from CTWorks appeared on the Fox 61 news at 9:30 this morning to give the viewers essential resume writing and distribution tips.  View it here.  Also, please tune in all week long for related information from our partners at the Dept. of Labor.  On Friday, Jan 17, you can catch Jen Fields giving key networking tips.  CTWorks is part of the American Job Center Network.


Senator Blumenthal meets with CTWork Workforce Professionals after Press Conference

December 30, 2013 - Senator Dick Blumenthal met with CTWorks staff and a roomful of unemployed CT residents, after a press conference focusing on the need to the reinstate Unemployment Insurance benefit extension.  26 weeks is simply not enough in today's job market. 
(l-r) CTWorks' Tony Harrington and Beth McCabe, Senator Blumenthal, and Jen Fields)

VIEW VIDEO on WHY UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS SHOULD BE EXTENDED - HERE


2014 Summer Youth Employment
and Learning Program RFP

Info Here


WIA Scholarship Process is Closed.

Funding is exhausted for the remainder of the program year (through 6/30/14.) 
Please check back with this website for changes.


Job Fair

Manchester Job Match Event a Success

Nov 19, 2013 - The Manchester Chamber of Commerce

co-hosted a job match event for 80 pre-screened CTWorks Job Seekers, matching their interests with job openings at 12 area businesses.


Start Your Encore Career Today

Encore careers

Transitioning Unemployed, Corporate Professionals into Nonprofit Careers

 

Application Period Now Open - Jan. 17, 2014

The Flyer Here

Press Release Here


Attention Veterans and Employers?
Find out more about this exciting program -  
here.
Unemployed Veteran? Click here. Employers: Want to hire a Veteran? Click here.

Governor Malloy and Monica Cox STEP-UP Vets CoordinatorJuly 18, 2013 - Serving Connecticut's Veterans -

Governor Dannel Malloy called a press conference at the Hartford CTWorks One Stop to publicly sign Bill 865, a bill designed to expand the eligibility of the Vets STEP-UP Program, into law. Previously, the Vets STEP-UP program was only permitted to serve Post 9/11 combat Veterans. That definition has now been expanded to also include Veterans from previous military conflicts. (Photo Above - Governor Malloy with CWP's Vet Step Up Coordinator, Monica Cox)  For more information about this program, contact Monica.

See the Channel 8 Video here!

 


Alex Johnson, Congresswoman Esty, Beth McCabe

Have You Been Laid Off?

See this flyer if you have been laid off by:
American Airlines, Arkema, Ameripride, Delta Global Services, Finlay Printing,
Klingberg Family Centers
, Philips Remote, Reminder Media Press, Ricoh or RR Donnelley.  For all others be sure to visit the CTWorks nearest you to see how we can help.


CTWorks

Training Scholarship Application Process Now Open

Learn more.


Health Careers Project

Healthcare workerExperience in nursing, medical coding, or information technology? This project matches unemployed and underemployed professionals to on-the-job training opportunities with area employers.
Click here to apply today!

 


Jobs Funnel Program


UPDATED CALENDAR FOR CTWORKS:

Check out the upcoming dates for Online Classes, Career Services Info and ACCESS Sessions.

BUSINESS RESOURCES
OTHER PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES

Learn about this exciting program for eligible small businesses with 100 employees or less:

North Central CT Information - For Job Seekers Information for Businesses

Statewide Information


 

Mortgage Crisis Program Logo

Click here for more information, including
program eligibility.

NEW:  Learn about the new Federal Emergency Homeowners' Loan Program

Click Here


Thinking about Being an Entrepreneur?

Read about Capital Workforce Partners and
HEDCO's Partnership


ConstructionNicole

Construction Outlook

A Comprehensive Report for North
Central Connecticut is available -
click here to request full report.

 

Campaign America's Workforce


Disability Navigator

In need of disability services?

Check out our Disability Navigation Page


 

Adult Literacy

Here is the Partnership's Website.

If you would like to view and comment on the Regional Plan, join the regional adult literacy community to share ideas, and post news on adult literacy efforts in the Capital Region of Connecticut, let us know.


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We leverage public and private resources to produce skilled workers for a competitive regional economy.
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