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Huntsville, AL and surrounding area
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A Hand Up Transitional Living

Non-profit
A Hand Up Transitional Living

Coordinate job training with other organizations for current family residents.

Please call 256-874-5012 for hours of operation.
Employment

Still Serving Veterans

Non-profit
Employment

We assist veterans with resume building, interviewing, and employment. Proof of honorable military service required (DD214).Call 256-883-7035 for an appointment.

Please call 256-883-7035 for hours of operation.
Employment

Transitions

Non-profit
EMPLOYMENT

Employment readiness, lifeskills, coordination of placement, and workforce development. Walk-ins: (M, W) 9am - 1pm Call 256-270-8424 to schedule appointments for placements. ***All clients will be required to undergo lifeskills employment and workforce development before placement.

(M-F)
AFTER CARE: (M-T)
Employment

Arc of Madison County, Inc.

Non-profit
Employment

The Arc provides complete life-cycle career development services to individuals with disabilities who wish to find integrated community employment. Career specialists provide counseling to individuals, identifying career goals, as well as any barriers to employment. A plan is then developed to support the individuals as they work to achieve their goals. The Arc has established a long-term partnership with The Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services (ADRS) to provide job placement through the Milestones Program. A four-step program, it consists of assessment, career placement, job coaching, and long-term support. Once a job seeker is determined eligible for services by the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services (ADRS), they are referred or enrolled in either our Career Employment Program or The Milestones Program. Program enrollment is determined by ADRS based on job seeker's needs. The Arc began providing preemployment transition services in the spring of 2017 to students attending Huntsville City, Madison City, Madison County, and Limestone County schools. This service, also funded through ADRS, helps students gain skills to achieve employment after graduation. Individuals with disabilities enjoy working and earning a paycheck as it brings a sense of purpose, accomplishment, and independence. They gain confidence in their abilities and develop a sense of self-worth. Being employed connects the individual with peers in their community and promotes natural supports. Hiring people with disabilities is a low-risk high-return investment in your business. Some of the ways your business can benefit are: Gaining a great employee who wants to work Increased patronage from customers. 86% of consumers prefer to direct their business to employers who hire people with disabilities Customization of job responsibilities based on your needs as an employer, often resulting in an increase in employee performance, morale, and efficiency Higher retention rates resulting in lower turnover rates It's a Win-Win situation. Hiring people with disabilities benefits the employer, the employees, and the community!

Employment

Spur Employment

Business
Employment Services

Spur has partnerships with a number of school district and businesses in the Huntsville and Madison County area. We are always looking for new individuals to join our growing team. We offer temporary jobs as well as more long term placements in a variety of industries.

Please call 888-957-9142 for hours of operation.
Employment

INTENTIONAL FAITH

Non-profit
Intentional Faith

Part-time employment opportunities through our corporate partners to serve at other non-profits, churches, schools, etc.

Employment

CNI Solutions

Non-profit
Iris Frye

Our organization assists previously incarcerated persons in securing employment. We also create resumes, practice interview skills, and obtain business attire if needed.

Employment

ELM Foundation

Faith-based
Job Skills/Certification programs toward employmen

Certification program and workforce development funding for clients who desire to go to work or increase their employability . Charity Tracker referral is required by referring agency. For questions, please contact Traci at Traci@elmhsv.org.

Please call 256-217-7141 for hours of operation.
Employment

The CARE Center

Faith-based
Workforce Development

The CARE Center provides on-site services to support adult learners, including GED, Workforce Development, Work-Based Learning, College and Career Counseling, Financial Literacy, and more. For more information, please contact Aneisha at aneisha.nolen@thecare-center.org or Cassie at cassie.white@thecare-center.org or call 256-723-2271. We include partnerships with Calhoun Community College, Drake Technical College, Madison County Career Center, AHEC, Youth Services, and more.

Please call 256-723-2273 for hours of operation.
Employment

Family Services Center, Inc

Non-profit
Workforce Development

Our Workforce Development Program is designed to help participants GET, KEEP, and EXCEL at their new job. Having the skills and competencies that an employer is looking for is what Job Readiness is all about. The goal of the Alabama Resources for Enrichment Self-Sufficiency Employability and Training program (A-RESET) is to help SNAP beneficiaries, including ABAWDS (Able-Bodied Adults Without Dependents), get the skills, training, and experience they need to find and maintain employment. Some of our services include: • Supervised Job Search • Job Search Training • Work Readiness Training

Please call 256-551-1610 for hours of operation.
Employment