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March 28, 2023

MAINE - Are you a job seeker and not sure what the next step in your career is, or an employer looking to expand your workforce? The Maine Department of Labor's CareerCenters, together with their partners, offer many services to help people find employment or upgrade skills, and help employers find qualified workers.


Maine CareerCenters are the place to start when you're looking for your first job, your next job, a better job, or a whole new career. Connect with your closest CareerCenter and ask about any of the services below. Support services may also be available to assist with child care, transportation and tuition, as well as referals to resources for housing, starting your own business, and healthcare insurance.


Monthly workshops

April 7, 2023 1-2 p.m. Virtual Statewide: Navigating Hiring Process for Individuals with a Criminal History by Workforce Solutions (Workshop) Are you an individual with a criminal history and not sure how to navigate the job search and hiring process due to your past offenses? Whether you were a juvenile or adult, felony or misdemeanor, state or federal offense, this workshop is for you. To Register:

April 11th and 25th, 2023 34 p.m. Virtual Statewide: Maine's Employment & Training Program Info Session by Eastern Maine Development Corporation (Workshop) Do you need help finding your next job or finding support for a training you are interested in? The WIOA Title 1B services may be the program for you! Join staff from Eastern Maine Development Corps for this session discussing the services, eligibility and how to get enrolled. To Register:


Monthly hiring events

To explore additional opportunities and meet with employers, visit one of our upcoming hiring events:


Are you interested in exhibiting for no-cost at a CareerCenter job fair? Contact the Employer Services Representative at your local CareerCenter. Employers must have their jobs listed with the state's labor exchange system--Maine JobLink

Helping Business to Recruit and Train Employees

Online resources


Services are available virtually via the CareerCenter hotline:

If youd prefer to access services and information in-person at one of our CareerCenters, call the CareerCenter hotline to schedule an appointment or visit the CareerCenter location website to see when staff are on-site near you.

Each of the centers across the state provides public computers with internet access, Microsoft Office, resume/cover letter writing software, and O*Net software for personal skills assessment.

Employers can list their open positions on Maine JobLink and use our online system which matches jobs with candidates. All CareerCenter services are provided at no charge to employers and job seekers. Veterans and eligible spouses receive priority of service in all Department of Labor programs.