Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center's Employment
and Training Program
Our purpose is to reduce unemplyoment among American Indians, traditionally the least serviced and poorest group in the United States. Toward this goal, the
Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center has operated an employment and training program since 1976. The current program is funded through the U. S. Department of Labor.
Who is Eligible?
You are if you have been unemployed at least seven days, are employed less than full time, or are a member of a low income family. You must also be
either an American Indian, Alaskan Native or a Native Hawaiian.
1. Manpower Training Services-- program intake and training/ employment assessment, counseling and orientation to optional program services.
2. Classroom Training-- attend training classes providing the technical skills required for specific vocations. Training through colleges and vocational schools.
We do not sponsor four year college programs.
3. On The Job Training-- working on the job in order to learn a specific occupation.
4. Job Placement-- direct job referrals for participants who have employment skills and good work records.
5. Counseling-- dealing with all employment related problems, as well as counseling in the areas of job search, resume writing and job interviewing.
Contact the office in your area:
Eastern Pennsylvania & Montgomery County Career-link
West Virginia, Workforce WV Center
Western Maryland Consortium
Eastpoint Workforce Development Center
NIA Center Louisville, KY
Central Kentucky One-Stop Lexington, KY
WIA Program Director: Mr. Kerry Jevsevar
120 Charles Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15238
Telephone (412) 782-4457
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