CareerWorks of Brockton
Details of CareerWorks of Brockton
Hours for CareerWorks of Brockton
Monday - Friday:
8:30 am-4:30 pm
Parking at CareerWorks of Brockton
CareerWorks is located at 34 School St. in Brockton.
Please note that parking in the lot immediately surrounding the building is permit only. There is a metered city lot adjacent to the facility. Parking in this lot requires payment at one of the kiosks. Kiosk rates are 25 cents per 15 minutes/$1 per hour. Exact change and cash only.
Alternate parking may be found at the James J. Adams Garage. This public parking garage is located a short walk away at the corner of Main and Crescent streets. The main entrance to the garage is located at 42 Crescent Street. The cost is $2 per hour, with a $10 maximum per day.
Services at CareerWorks of Brockton
Job placement · resume development · job search · self-directed education and training searches · state-of-the-art multimedia resource library · on-line job listings and talent bank basic computer training · customized referrals · career and occupational assessment · job readiness workshops
Register for a Career Center Seminar (CCS)
Job referral of qualified candidates · access to talent bank · industry-specific recruitment · aggressive employer outreach · assistance with pre-layoff seminars · education and training program referrals · identification of federal or state training funding · career center bulletin board service
CareerWorks is a one-stop information resource for job seekers. Whether beginning a first job search, interested in career development, or making a mid-life career shift, the resources and information needed to be successful can be found at CareerWorks.
CareerWorks provides employers with access to an unmatched labor pool of skills and professional workers. CareerWorks offers a wide range of services, information, and other resources to help further employers' recruitment initiatives and support their human resources efforts.
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|Partners:||Brockton Area Workforce Investment Board, University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute and Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance|