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PA CareerLink® Montgomery County
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We are here to help
At PA CareerLink® Montgomery County, meeting the needs of our career seekers and employers is a top priority. Give us a call at 610-270-3429 to learn more about the many ways we can help you through a full range of in-person and virtual services including:
- General Unemployment Compensation claim guidance and support (we do not determine eligibility but can help answer questions)
- Career Counseling
- A full menu of online and in-person workshops
- Short-term online and in-person (where available) training programs
- Support services which can include direct service referrals through our partnership with Community Connections, assistance with transportation (as needed), supplies/equipment needed for training or employment, and other supports needed to successfully complete their online training and enter employment (we are prepared to go as close to the edge of the box without going outside of it for support services).
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PA CareerLink® Montgomery County, a proud partner of the American Job Center® Network, is your one-stop resource for employment and career advancement. Our team of Career Coaches and Business Service Representatives are on hand to assist job seekers and employers in Montgomery County.
Our team provides a wide range of services to businesses. For more information, visit our Business Services page.
Our monthly event calendar is posted below. Additional information, including workshop descriptions and how to register, can be accessed by clicking on the calendar.
To learn more about the range of services offered at PA CareerLink® Montgomery County, please visit the Career Services page.
PA CareerLink® Montgomery County
1430 DeKalb Street
Norristown, PA 19401
Dial 711 for TTY-based Telecommunications Relay Services
M, T, Th, & F:
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
W: 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
PA CareerLink® Montgomery County Ribbon Cutting
August 12th 2021
PA CareerLink® online
PA CareerLink® online is designed to make job searching easier. The site pulls in job feeds from various websites to assist with job searches in a central location. Job seekers using PA CareerLink® online have a larger database to research opportunities. Referrals, applications, and job search activities are stored and can be easily accessed for compliance with the unemployment work-search mandate. To visit PA CareerLink® online, go to www.pacareerlink.pa.gov.
The O*NET database identifies, defines, and describes the comprehensive elements of job performance in the world of work. It replaces the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT).
O*NET is widely used in enrollment for participants who cannot articulate current skills.
PAsmart is a workforce development initiative that helps connect Pennsylvanians with resources for working and training in Pennsylvania.
Learning Express Library
The Learning Express Library is a free resource, available in partnership with the Montgomery County Public Library network, and offers test-preparation, career exploration, personal skill development, computer skills training and much more. LearningExpress also offers resources in Spanish.
SkillUp® PA offers the following features to any user who registers on PA CareerLink® online with a Keystone ID and provides an opportunity for students, career seekers and incumbent workers to gain invaluable skills in a virtual setting at no cost :
- 6,000+ courses in multiple languages
- Soft skills training
- Skill assessment and skill gap remediation
- 85% of courses are mobile-compatible
- 900+ Prove It! Assessments
- 130+ industry-recognized certifications
- 10 career pathways, 200 in-demand occupations
- Game-based learning mobile app
Pennsylvania Career Guide
Whether you are a student, an educator, a first-time job seeker, a parent or a person considering a career change, you will find that the Pennsylvania Career Guide is a valuable resource as you make those all-important career decisions. Information in this publication can be used by all individuals who are preparing for continuing education and/or entrance into the workforce. Examples of the useful information that are found in this guide include career outlook highlights, an interest assessment tool, tips for marketing yourself, sources of financial aid, and contact information for many Commonwealth services, including PA CareerLink® locations and select state agencies.
PA CareerLink® Montgomery County is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. For program funding details in compliance with the Stevens Amendment, please visit https://www.montgomerycountypa.gov/4274/Stevens-Amendment.