CareerOneStop provides employment services. They offer an online jobseeker database. You could also find training and explore careers. Please call or visit website for more information.
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CareerSource Northeast Florida provides employment services for those in need. They offer a range of services to job seekers.
- Training for Job Seekers
- Mobile Access Points
- Find a Job
- Mature Workers
- Workers with Disabilities
- Roadblocks to Your Success
- Welfare Transition Program (TANF)
- SNAP E&T Program
- Young Job Seekers
- Educational Opportunities
Please call or visit website for more information.
Department of Children and Families provides Refugee Services. They help refugees who are new to Florida. Clients can get help getting a job, learning English, legal services, and more. Please call 904.723.2000 or visit website for more information.
The aim of this agency is to create a barrier free environment for Floridians with visual disabilities. There are services for children and adults. Please call or visit the website for more information.
Programs & Services Available:
- Blind Babies Program
- Children's Program
- Transition Services
- Independent Living Program
- Vocational Rehabilitation Program
- Employer Services
- Business Enterprise Program
- Rehabilitative Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
- Braille and Talking Books Library
The Connect Program is a referral program. They provide many programs and resources. Some programs include infant safety, family planning, child development, nutrition, and more. Resources may include food, housing aid, employment, and more. This program is for pregnant women, infants, and families with young children. Eligibility is based on a screening. Call or visit the website for more information.
USAJOBS has listings of open jobs with the U.S. Government. They are here and abroad. Please see the website for more information.
The USAJOBS customer support desk (email only) is available:
Mon - Fri 7:00AM - 8:00PM
Sat & Sun 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Comments and questions submitted on the contact page should be answered within one business day.
In Florida, the TANF (or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) work program is called the Welfare Transition Program. It is run by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. The program helps welfare recipients move from welfare to work. The goal of the program places importance on work and self-sufficiency. And on personal responsibility. To meet these goals a variety of support services and programs were created. The funding came from both federal and state. There are requirements that must be met to participate in this program.