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LOOKING FOR A JOB?
HOPELINK CAN HELP
Job seekers enroll in our Employment program to receive job search services and assistance. Hopelink’s Employment Services program provides resources, tools and individual coaching during the job search process. Whether you are hoping to get back into the workforce or are contemplating a career change, Employment Specialists can help identify your interests and skills and guide you in developing a successful career path.
By meeting 1:1 weekly with an Employment Specialist, you can:
Your enrollment process starts with an intake appointment to determine program eligibility. To learn more and schedule an appointment, call or email today!
425.250.3030 | HEP@hopelink.org
For the second year, Hopelink is hosting an event for Welcoming Week that offers job and career information to the community with a special focus on questions that immigrants may have. Employers will represent a range of different sectors and many of them are immigrants who are excited to connect with job seekers.
Lunch provided. Registration not required.
Click here for more information.
Join us at the Eastside Employer Opportunity Fair where you can meet and interview with employers, such as:
Visit the Eventbrite page to registered and get more information.
Please note: this is a training program for clients to help them increase their job skills. For a list of current openings at Hopelink please visit our career opportunities page.
Individuals enroll in the Employment program in order to receive job search services and assistance. Process starts with an enrollment to assess employment needs and interests rather than an instant appointment to work on a resume or cover letter.
Employment specialists can work with individuals outside our service area, but people must be able to meet at a Hopelink center or nearby public place. Click here to find your nearest center.
An employment specialist can serve an important role in assessing self-employment possibilities and pitfalls but cannot help someone start a business. For other self-employment resources, see Job Seeker Services at Worksource for free workshops and resources. If interested in self-employment as a driver of your own vehicle, see www.uber.com, www.lyft.com, or do a Google search “self-employed driving own vehicle” for delivery and courier jobs.
If you are interested in working for Hopelink you can visit our careers page for the latest opportunities.