|Address:||160 North Street|
Pittsfield, MA 01201
|Fax:||413-499-0503 and 413-447-7350|
|Hours:||Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm|
Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
|Directions:||From the Mass Pike Take Exit 2.|
Bear right heading west on Route 20 and 7 North through the town of Lee towards Pittsfield.
Continue straight approximately 12 miles to Pittsfield Center.
Continue straight on Route 7 north.
As you approach the downtown, the Museum (dinosaur on lawn) will be on your right.
At traffic light, (Bank Row) you will see a store called "The Cottage" to your right. Directly in front of you is a rotary (Park Square).
Bear left and go half way around circle then right onto North Street.
Continue through 2 traffic lights. The career center is located in the Miller Building (on the right at third traffic light).
Parking is available on street or in the Municipal Parking Garage one block away on Summer Street (free for 90 minutes).
|Job Seeker Services:||Job listings • Recruitments and job fairs • Workshops on a variety of job search topic • Resource room with computers (Microsoft office and internet access), printer, fax machine, telephones, newspapers, career resource library • Career Decision Making Assessment • Employment and career counselors • Veterans employment counseling • Disability Navigator • Training opportunities for those meeting eligibility criteria • Unemployment insurance information • Referrals to other agencies and supportive services.|
Job postings • Recruitments and job fairs • Testing • Interview and conference rooms • Labor market information • Financial incentive information including the Workforce Training Fund and Work Opportunity Tax Credits • On-the-job training • Workshops and seminars.
Business Service Representatives:
Amy Demarest (413) 499-2220, ext. 111 firstname.lastname@example.org
|Fee Based Services:||None|
|Partners:||Berkshire Training and Employment, Massachusetts Department of Career Services and Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance|
|Executive Director:||Ken Demers|
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