Provides Veterans who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, with training and job placement. They are also given case management to ensure housing, supportive services and treatment are obtained. Contact for more information.
You are searching for Job Skills Training Services
Provides disadvantage youth with summer employment through temporary internships with local employers. Contact for more information.
This program helps people with disabilities to find meaningful jobs. Goodwill partners with RESPECT of Florida. They offer temporary staffing and contract services to state and local government agencies. They provide the agencies with work-ready employees. The clients become more self sufficient as they receive job training. Please see the website for more information.
This program is for people with developmental disabilities. They learn job skills and earn paychecks working at various jobs throughout Goodwill. They may also do contract work for various business. Please call for more information.
This program is for people with developmental disabilities. They learn job skills and earn paychecks while working for Goodwill. They learn how to sort and hang clothing that will be sold in Goodwill stores. Please call for more information.
This job program is for disabled adults. A job coach provides on-the-job training and supervision. It gives clients a chance to work in the community and earn wages and benefits that match those of non-disabled workers. Please see the website for more information.
Through a nationwide network of campuses, Job Corps offers career development services to at-risk youth. It is for those between ages 16 to 24. The program helps to prepare them for successful careers. Services are free. Please see the website for more information.
Job Corps Offers:
- A bi-weekly basic living allowance and clothing allowance
- Career Planning
- Driver's Education
- Food Service
- Health and Dental Care
- Job Placement
- On-the-Job Training
- Residential Housing
Provides TANF recipients with assessments, counseling and vocational services. Contact for more information.
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Florida Department of Education provides Transition Youth. This program helps people who have disabilities get or keep a job after exiting high school. Please call or visit website for more information.
Designed to help young adults obtain careers in “green” industries. Offering the education, skills, supports and training needed to be successful. Targeted participants are disadvantaged, unemployed young adults aged 18-27 who live in or around the Midtown area of southern St. Petersburg. Contact for more information.