Get Connected with CareerSource NEFL
At CareerSource NEFL, we offer a wide array of free support and resources to help you market yourself to potential employers while providing all the career guidance you need to help you though the process!
We encourage you to book an appointment at any of our seven career center locations in Northeast Florida. At your appointment, one of our worksource representatives can provide career guidance and connect you with our job search resources. You can also book a virtual appointment via our website, or contact us by phone at (904) 356-JOBS (5627) to set up either a virtual or in-person appointment at one of our career centers.
We know that everyone’s job search is different…and we’re here to help!
Our team offers free services to everyone at any stage of your job search – whether you are just entering the workforce, are looking for a new job, or want to explore and get started on a new career path
Our representatives can provide you with a variety of services, including:
• Resume help
• Interview tips and coaching
• Jobs available now
• Career guidance and advice
• Networking opportunities
• Multiple leads to job listings
We can also talk with you about the job training and scholarships we offer through our Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) – training scholarships/ vouchers/stipends that can provide job seekers funding support for training that leads to an in-demand job.
From educational opportunities to networking events, from job fairs to our learning library, CareerSource NEFL has the tools you need to improve your ability to market your most valuable asset–you.
Online Orientation to our Services
Learn about all the services available to job seekers by viewing our online orientation. Explore individual sections or view the entire site.
Job Seeker Resources
Lots of great stuff all in one place.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the most useful internet resources for your job search, including job boards, learning resources, salary and labor market research sites, and a list of local companies who might be your next employer. Download this document and share it with people who are also in a career transition.
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- @ Work – our blog about finding a job and success at work
- Transportation and Logistics Industry News
- Finance Industry News
- Technology Industry News
- Healthcare Industry News
- Advanced Manufacturing Industry News
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CareerSource NEFL is a proud member of the American Job Center Network. Find information on our One Stop partners here.
If you need help in your native language, we can provide a free translator for 15 languages. We can also translate documents into these languages. Ask for help at the front desk of our career centers or email us at email@example.com.
Research is an important part of your job search. These resources can help you plan for success.
JAX USA is the regional economic development partnership. They provide a variety of tools to help you research our local industries and companies. They provide a page of online resources here, including a list of our largest employers.
CareerProfiles.info helps career-minded professionals, job seekers, and students to make better, more informed career choices by providing highly relevant, reliable, and up-to-date career information and job search resources. With many thousands of regular website visitors, CareerProfiles.info is now one of the premier career and job search websites on the Internet.
Learnhowtobecome.org a non-commercial organization, provides detailed insight into more than 50 of today’s most popular career fields, including accounting, engineering, medical assisting, nursing, firefighting, financial advising, and teaching.
Salary.com provides career advice, salary information for a huge variety of occupations, and helpful guides for comparing salary by location.
E-Verify is an online system developed to help employers verify that their new hires are eligible to work in the United States. It works by taking the information from an employee’s Form I-9. Employment Eligibility Verification to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Social Security Administration (SSA), and Department of State (DOS) records to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S.
Now the Department of Homeland Security has launched a tool that allows employees to check their own status in E-Verify and make corrections before seeking new employment. The site includes information on workers’ rights during the E-Verify process and how to fix issues and contest results.
The site allows workers to set up a personal account after passing an identity proof quiz and successfully completing a Self Check query with employment authorized result. Having an account allows you to manage your security questions, password, and your email address, and contact information.
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