Job Placement Services for Job-seekers who receive public assistance or have legal issues

Job Club assists individuals and families who receive TANF public assistance benefits and supports the transition to self-sufficiency by developing the skills to obtain and maintain employment in jobs that offer opportunities for career growth.  Job Club provides a six week, daily program of intensive career exploration, job readiness training and hands on job search assistance and connections with a range of support services to meet the long-term needs of the individual and family.


Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) provides food stamps recipients expanded opportunities for training, work experience, job placement and support services to obtain employment that offers financial independence and security. The program places a priority on serving individuals who are not eligible for other employment and training programs including long-term public assistance recipients, ex-offenders, individuals with history of substance abuse, and a growing immigrant population.

For more information contact:
Briggs Seekins
Director of Employment & Vocational Services
607-272-8990 Ext. 145 or
E-mail: Briggs