Cost-Free Virtual Assistance for Job Searching and Career Development serving constituents and businesses Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. 6 p.m. and on Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The SUNY Erie Career Centers serve constituents from more than 30 zip codes. When we closed due to COVID-19, our staff adapted our workshops, networking groups, and coaching appointments to virtual formats. We use WebEx, which does not require users to download special software. Phone appointments are also available for individuals who do not have access to a computer.
Southtown constituents may access new customer orientations, interview skills, career coaching, networking meetings, Trade Act, resume and cover letter assistance, as well as other free job search services and resources virtually. Please contact us at 716-27-4444 or email@example.com to schedule an appointment for individualized assistance. Please leave a message and allow for a short response time (we will respond during the same business day in most circumstances). We look forward to connecting with you!
Free workshops, networking meetings, and other events to help you feel confident and productive.
Virtual workshops such as Boost Your LinkedIn Profile, Effective Strategies for Virtual Job Searching, Tips for Video-Based Interviews, and Resumes and Cover Letters teach you what you need to know to succeed in today's challenging times. Our free virtual workshops are synchronous (live) which allow you to interact with our Career Coaches, ask questions, and receive lots of individual attention.
You must be registered with New York State's Career Center system to access Erie County Career Centers' cost-free resources. If you are not registered yet, please attend one of our virtual orientation workshops. Current workshops include:
- Afternoon Networking Job Club
- Bboost Your LinkedIn Profile
- Effective Strategies for Virtual Job Searching
- LinkedIn Review with Rashada
- Orientation for Career Center Jobseekers
- Time Management
- Resumes and Cover Letters
- Tips for Video-Based Interviews
- Trade Act Information
New York State’s Career Centers are proud to offer Priority of Service to Veterans and Eligible Spouses. If you served on Active Duty in the United States Armed Forces, we will serve you first by the next available staff member; and give you first priority to any jobs or training for which you are eligible and qualified.
Funded under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). An equal opportunity employer/program. All One Stop Career Centers are handicapped accessible. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. A proud partner of the American Job Center Network.