Find a career center near you

A listing of Career Centers by region.  

Career planning

Get help finding a job, preparing a resume or for an interview, and finding training resources.

Adult education and training

Looking for adult basic education, English as a second language (ESL) programs, or GED courses? Or vocational training or apprenticeship opportunities? Here you'll find information on schools and programs that offer continuing education, training, apprenticeship, and more. Also learn about financial aid that may help you to achieve your education and training goals.

Section 30 Training Opportunities Program

You may be eligible for up to an additional 26 weeks of unemployment insurance (UI) benefits while you are attending approved full-time training. You must apply to DUA before the end of your claim benefit year.

One-Stop Career Center FAQs

Frequently asked questions and answers for One-Stop Career Centers

Vocational rehabilitation services from the Department of Industrial Accidents

If a doctor decides that due to your work-related injury you will not be able to return to your job you may be eligible for vocational rehabilitation services. The goal of vocational rehabilitation is to get you back to work earning as close as possible to what you were making prior to your injury. Vocational rehabilitation services cover all non-medical services that you may require to return to a suitable job, and may include evaluation of your capabilities, vocational testing, counseling, workplace modifications, job placement assistance and/or formal retraining.

Vocational rehabilitation services from the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) Vocational Rehabilitation Program assists individuals with disabilities to obtain and maintain employment.