We are honored to assist our Veterans to find jobs, and to offer counseling and direction to assist them in their career transition efforts. Job development, career counseling and supportive services are provided. Please review program details below.
We encourage all Veterans – especially OIF, OEF and OND – and those who expect to discharge in the near future, to connect with us and also visit the Delaware County Veterans’ Affairs office for links to helpful resources.
Jobs for Veterans State Grants (JVSG)
This program funds Disabled Veterans’ Outreach Program (DVOP) and Local Veterans’ Employment Representative (LVER) staff in PA CareerLink® offices. DVOPs work with veterans with significant barriers to employment, and LVERs work with employers to showcase qualified veterans for job openings. For more information, email Norman Moore firstname.lastname@example.org
Delaware County Community College is offering free education and training programs to help veterans find employment in regional high-demand occupations.
Participants can choose from certificate programs ranging from 15 to 43 credits with high-level coursework, or an Associate in Applied Science degree.
Programs include, but are not limited to: Automotive Technology I, CNC Programming, Electro-Mechanical Technologies, Manufacturing Operations, Medical Assistant, Municipal Police Academy, Network Engineering, Paramedic, Professional Accounting, Residential Electric, Web Development and Welding Technology.
Certain admissions criteria and limitations apply. Students will also receive job development and job placement assistance.
Only 20 spaces are available, so don’t delay. Contact Peggy Schils at 610-723-4036 or email@example.com for more information. This program is made possible thanks to a grant awarded to the College from the Delaware County Workforce Development Board (DCWDB.)
Community Action Agency of Delaware County’s Veteran Employment Project seeks to connect unemployed or underemployed Veterans with career pathway opportunities. Eligible Veterans will receive job development and career counseling and will be connected to employment opportunities.
Veterans enrolled in the project will also have supportive services available to them, including case management. The program also provides opportunities for training. Call CAADC today to learn more about this project at 610-874-8451.
Priority of Service for Veterans is the Jobs for Veterans Act (JVA), PL 107-288, signed into law on November 7, 2002, which requires that there be priority of service for veterans and covered persons (eligible spouses) in any workforce preparation, development or delivery program or service directly funded in whole or part, by the US Department of Labor (38 U.S.C. 4215).
GENERAL CONTACT INFORMATION
PA CareerLink® Media
Workforce Entry Center at the
Delaware County Community College
901 South Media Line Road
Media, PA 19063
Hours: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
(Closed Fridays over summer semester)
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