Employment

New York State Department of Labor – One Stop Career Center
One-Stop career centers are operated by county and local workforce agencies, and offer a wide range of services for job seekers and businesses, including resume-writing advice, job training information, career workshops, recruitment assistance and access to thousands of job listings.

New York State Department of Labor
One Stop Career Center
168-25 Jamaica Avenue, 2nd Floor
Jamaica, NY  11432
Phone: (718) 557-6735
Fax: (718) 523-7530
New York State Department of Labor

Queens Library Job Information Center
The Queens Library Central Branch Job Information Center offers a comprehensive set of resources — in Spanish and English — to those interested in learning more about job and career opportunities. The center’s assistance with job searches includes resume and cover letter consultations.

Queens Library
Job Information Center
Central Library
89-11 Merrick Boulevard
Jamaica, New York 11432
Phone: (718) 990-0746
Queens Library Web Site

SUNY Queens Educational Opportunity Center
The Queens Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) has been in existence since 1991 and is located in the Jamaica business district. The goal of the Queens (EOC) is to produce lifelong learners who are self-directed, empowered, and committed to excellence. Students and residents of the surrounding communities are provided a range of services designed to develop their academic, vocational and life skills necessary to become self-sufficient individuals. Program and services are structured to adopt to the needs of the community , and to serve as a readily accessible first step toward the attainment of long-term education/and or vocational goals. The QEOC is committed to forging supportive service linkages with the othercommunity organizations. The Center is funded through an annual base appropriation to the network of statewide EOC’s through the Governor’s Executive Budget. All programs are tuition-free for eligible participants. Current programs include: Basic Education, English As a Second Language, High School Equivalency (GED) Preparation, GED Assessment Project (GAP), Pathways to College, Computerized Medical Billing Specialist, Microsoft Certification Specialist, Emergency Medical Technician, Security Guard Training, Home Health Aide, Job Readiness & Employment Counseling . The Center is also certified by the State Education Department as a GED testing site. Annually, the Center enrolls more than 1,000 students and provides a host of services including referrals, post-employment and pre-college follow-up to hundreds more. To additional information, visit http://www.queenseoc.net

SUNY Queens Educational Opportunity Center
158-29 Archer Avenue
New York, NY 11432
Phone: (718) 725-3300