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Erie Community College
One Stop Career Center (North)

 

Job Search Assistance

The ECC One Stop Career Center offers many cost-free services in both individual and group settings. Individuals can access a variety of job assistance services, including working with experienced career counselors, attending workshops and networking clubs, accessing up-to-date local, statewide and national job listings, using a PC to search for jobs, resume writing assistance, cover letter help, and more. Our One Stop staff has relationships with a variety of local employers and we are continually identifying, soliciting and receiving notice of employment opportunities in the region, which we make immediately available to qualified customers. For more information, please call (716) 270-4444 or stop by to access our free services.

Learn the proactive secrets to a successful job search by attending one of our Secrets to Job Search Success workshops, or meet with a Career Coach to brainstorm about how to research hidden employers. We can help you polish your interview techniques through mock interviews and interview technique workshops.

The ECC One Stop is renowned for our professional resume writing services. We have experience creating polished resumes for individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds including advanced manufacturing, office professionals, legal, healthcare, engineering, executive management, nonprofit, financial services, teaching, retail, government, and more.

QUICK TIPS

  • Finding a job, changing jobs or trying to build your career skills can be a difficult and confusing challenge. Workforce Buffalo Counselors are prepared to assess your situation and make your search easier, by providing the knowledge and tools needed for you to succeed.
  • Presenting your skills and abilities is an important part of the interview process. Are you prepared to discuss them with a potential employer? Workforce Buffalo offers many workshops and seminars to improve your interviewing technique.

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