Employment Services

The Ace Up Your Sleeve

A client comes to Catholic Charities and says they need...

Client First, Employment Second

Food insecurity is defined as a disruption of food intake or eating habits due...

The Need for Employment: A Q&A

With his 32-year background in Probation and Parole, Brent...

A New Lease on Life

In June 2020, the unemployment rate fell to 11.1%, after skyrocketing to 14.7% two...

Radical Uplifting

In 2019, 73% of the people who came into our Welcome Center were unemployed. In addition, every client...

The Truth About Predatory Lending

About 12 million people in the United States turn to some form of predatory lending each year, trapping...

Compassionate Curiosity: A Technique for Job Retention

Employment Services has a new Conflict Management curriculum designed to help clients retain employment. This is a crucial part of our service offering...

The Perfect Storm (final installment)

This is the fourth and final installment of our series, The Perfect Storm. We’ve taken a deeper look into the lives of...

Trauma and its Impact on Criminality

Timothy is a man in his late 50’s who was released from incarceration...

Perfect Storm – a deeper look at the lives of ex-offenders

The day a prisoner is released is often marked by unbound joy, optimism, and a...

 

Employment Services

 

Work has a fundamental and decisive role in our lives. This is why in the document Laborem excercens, Pope John Paul II referred to it as the key to making life more human. Basic job skill training, resume creation and development, interview skills, actual one-on-one employer interviews, plus, job retention strategies, comprises the surround services we offer to those seeking the dignity of work.

Job Readiness and Retention

Work that pays a livable wage is a proven pathway out of poverty. View our range of services that give job seekers the skills they need to find meaningful employment.

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Financial Literacy

When bills are piling up, it’s important to remember that you’re still in control. The small steps you choose to take can lead to big changes.

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