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    Taxonomy Code: ND-3500.3600

    Programs that maintain listings of available employment opportunities and assign a staff member to help people who are searching for a position to choose and obtain the most suitable option.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Center for Community Partnerships - Colorado State UniversityOffers career planning, supported employment, community access, educational support for CSU college students, and/or independent living evaluation and training for individuals with disabilities, including traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, autism/Asperger’s, developmental disability, mental illness, vision impairments and hearing impairments. Specialized programs include: - New Start for Student Veterans, a support services program for CSU student veterans with post-9/11 injuries. - Opportunities for Postsecondary Success, a support services program for CSU students with disabilities. Other services include: - Consultation and educational services for school districts across Colorado regarding accommodations and adaptations for youth with brain injury. - Ergonomic evaluation and education for employers and employees. - Self-advocacy education and training for youth and adults with disabilities, as well as for professionals, educators and parents. - Occupational therapy home and work space evaluations.Larimer CountyColorado State UniversityColorado State University
    Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (Fort Collins) - Colorado Department of Human ServicesThe Division of Vocational Rehabilitation provides a variety of services to eligible individuals with disabilities to help them obtain their employment goals. The eligible individual and the vocational rehabilitation counselor work together to determine which services are necessary and appropriate for the identified employment goal. The services provided to any eligible individual are determined by his/her unique employment barriers, his/her chosen employment goal, and individual circumstances. It also offers presentations and activities for employers on Disability Awareness topics.Larimer CountyDivision of Vocational Rehabilitation - Colorado Department of Human ServicesColorado Department of Human Services
    Colorado Employment First - Rio Blanco County Department of Social ServicesIncreases employment for food stamp participants through support, referrals, accountability, and community work. Employment First is a federally mandated program designed to ensure that all able-bodied food stamp participants are engaged in activities that will improve their employability.Rio Blanco CountyRio Blanco County Department of Social ServicesRio Blanco County Department of Social Services
    Community Resources - Two/Ten Footwear FoundationNeed information about utility assistance, food resources, foreclosure prevention or emergency assistance programs? Two Ten's Social Workers will provide information and help access resources within your community.Out of StateTwo/Ten Footwear FoundationTwo/Ten Footwear Foundation
    Employment First Program, Mesa County Workforce CenterThe Employment First Program assists Food Stamp recipients with job search, job entry, and retention skills. Employment First has a work experience component that places participants at compatible non-profit or government work sites. Here, participants can gain new skills, have a current reference for their job search, and can improve on the soft skills of professionalism and reliability that are the key to successful employment. The Program also may offer transportation reimbursement to participantsMesa CountyMesa County Workforce CenterMesa County Workforce Center
    Employment First Program - Montrose CountyThe Employment First Program is for individuals applying / receiving Food Assistance benefits who are unemployed or under-employed (less than 30 hours a week) Montrose CountyMontrose County Department of Human Services - Montrose Health & Human ServicesMontrose County Health and Human Services
    Employment Opportunities - DenverWorksThe DenverWorks ministry empowers the unemployed and those with barriers to employment to become self-supporting through job preparation, job placement, and career counseling.Denver CountyDenverWorksDenverWorks
    Employment Services, Mesa County Workforce CenterAll individuals looking for a job meet with an Employment Specialist who will offer vocational guidance, resume assistance and job matching. You fill out a registration form that includes a description of your skills, education, and current work history. This information is input into the statewide JobLink data base where your skills and job needs are matched with a listing of jobs listed by employers. You will be given referrals to job openings that match your requirements.Mesa CountyMesa County Workforce CenterMesa County Workforce Center
    Hand Up - Homeless GearEmployment support for homeless and near-homeless job-seekers (can help with interviews, job leads, resumes, stress management, clothing, etc.) Hand Up also partners with businesses to – when appropriate – hire individuals in the Hand Up program. Operates from the Community of Christ Church.Larimer CountyHomeless GearHomeless Gear
    Job Readiness - Center for Work Education and EmploymentOffers career development for single parents and low-income families. Provides computer skills training, job readiness training, GED training, job placement, transitional follow-up, and support.Denver CountyCenter for Work Education and EmploymentCenter for Work Education and Employment
    Job Search - Women's Resource AgencyWRA offers a work station room for those clients seeking a place to search for job leads and apply electronically. Some one-on-one maybe available to those using the work stations at the agency.El Paso CountyTarget Populations - Women's Resource Agency (WRA)Women's Resource Agency
    Job Strategy Workshop, Mesa County Workforce CenterThe Job Strategy Workshop can help with employment research, composing resumes, cover letters and assembling portfolios. It can also help with assessing your skills, abilities and identifying your transferable skills. It offers recommendations on how to engage in networking as well as preparation for interviews and interviewing practice. Sign up in the Resource Center at the Mesa County Workforce Center Tuesday's from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM and every other Thursday from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM Mesa CountyMesa County Workforce CenterMesa County Workforce Center
    Marian House Client Services - Catholic CharitiesCatholic Charities Marian House Client Services provides emergency and transition services to people who come into the Marian House for a meal, as well as people in the broader community who call in for assistance. We provide services to low-income families, the working poor, seniors on a fixed income, veterans, people who are homeless, and anyone else in need. Our qualified staff and volunteers assist clients to access a wide variety of services to help improve their life situations. These include: Financial Literacy Classes Parenting with Love and Logic Classes Legal Referrals through an on-site lawyer and a bi-monthly Pro Bono Legal Clinic through the El Paso County Bar Association Nutrition Support Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Employment search referrals – limited Temporary/Permanent housing referrals Transportation needs (bus tokens) Acquiring official documents (needed for jobs and housing) Daily life skills guidance Social Security applications/referrals Limited hotel vouchers-call to see if eligible Medical referrals Education program referrals Case Management Computer Literacy Classes COPE Utility Assistance As part of our emergency services we maintain a Clothing Closet, providing—when available—adult seasonal clothing, men’s work wear (heavy shirts & pants, boots and gloves), sleeping bags and blankets. We also distribute hygiene products and provide access to telephones. Our office is located in the Marian House at 14 W. Bijou St Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:00a.m. – 4:30p.m. Walk-ins welcome from 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. daily. Appointments necessary for times outside of Walk-in time For more information call 719-477-9365El Paso CountyIndividual & Family Life - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    SER - Senior Community Service Employment ProgramThe Senior Community Service Employment Program is funded by the US Department of Labor and provides employment and training for low income senior citizens, ages 55+ Participants are placed in permanent, unsubsidized and productive employment; SER partners with different local non-profits organizations. Larimer CountySER Senior Community Service Employment ProgramSER Senior Community Service Employment Program
    Supported Employment - Foothills GatewayCommunity based employment services. Provides job development and placement, and job coaching and support services. The SE program encourages partnerships between area businesses, individuals with disabilities, and Foothills Gateway.Larimer CountyFoothills GatewayFoothills Gateway
    Warriors to Work (El Paso) - Wounded Warrior ProjectJob search assistance for wounded warriors transitioning to civilian jobs. The mission of the Wounded Warrior Project is to honor and empower wounded warriors. Purpose: To raise awareness and to help enlist the public's aid for the needs of severely injured service men and women. El Paso CountyTarget Populations (Reg 5) - Wounded Warrior ProjectWounded Warrior Project
    Youth Zone - Pikes Peak Workforce CenterThe youth zone offers services for those 16 - 21, there is a free summer job referral service. Workshops about job searching skills are available to those 14 - 21.El Paso CountyIncome Support & Employment - Pikes Peak Workforce Center (PPWFC)Pikes Peak Workforce Center

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