Jobs & Training
Visit the One-Stop Career Centers for quick job placement assistance and career counseling from the Department of Employment Services.
Find information on apprenticeships and local schools that offer job training.
Needy seniors in the District can find part-time jobs as a Senior Aides working for public or private non-profit organizations.
Older adults can find a place to learn basic reading, writing, math computation and life skills.
Find a rewarding career helping others by working for the DC Child and Family Services Agency.
District teens ages 14 to 21 can find jobs, computer training, GED preparation and academic enrichment activities through the Passport-to-Work program.