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Capital Workforce Partners, through the American Job Centers (AJC), continues to serve clients virtually, by phone and in person “by appointment only”. In an effort to continue to address the community’s workforce needs, we have set up a “Job Seeker and Employer Help Line” designed to provide potential temporary employment options and support to individuals who may have been dislocated due to COVID-19. This may consist of referring individuals to job opportunities, to community partners and programs, as well as directly to AJC programs working through a virtual model.
Effective February 16, 2021, we will begin to see clients by appointment only at the American Job Centers. Please call 860-406-3374 press 3 to set up an appointment.
During this public health crisis, do you need help finding a job, changing careers, or getting the training you need to move ahead? Are you an employer needing to find immediate quality talent? There are training scholarships and job placement support available.
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Monday thru Friday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM EST
Our Local Impact
Capital Workforce Partners is the North Central Region of Connecticut’s premier workforce development organization, with a statewide reach in helping businesses find, retain, and grow the most qualified talent.
# of People who received American Job Center Services (FY 18/19)
# of People North Central CT Jobs Funnel Graduates since inception (1999) with 113 job placements last fiscal year
CT Unemployment Rate for February 2021 – up from 3.7% in February 2020
# of Youth Served in CWP Programs (in-school and out-of-school) (PY 18/19)
“Annie-Marie entered the WIOA program under our adult eligibility. Her goal was to utilize services for training and establish a career within the Healthcare field.”
“Dawnette has been a part of the WIOA program since June of 2017. Through this process, I have seen her diligently work towards achieving her personal career goals.”
“Yashira was motivated and determined to secure employment and was referred to Subsidized Employment. Together with her Career Agent, she was able to put that positive energy into finding employment.”
“Determination, eagerness, perseverance, and confidence are just a few characteristics that initially came to mind when I first met Ryan Willis.”
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