The Ulster Works OneStop Center is a convenient and cost effective resource for hiring new employees and remaining competitive. William McDonough (334-5180), the Ulster Works Business Services Representative, is our contact person who is willing and able to provide information and support regarding the following services wherever possible:
It can be difficult to decide where to start when looking for work. The Ulster Works OneStop can be your first move. Whether you are unemployed or underemployed and looking for a better job, once you register at the OneStop you will meet with an employment specialist for an initial assessment to discuss your goals and needs.
Ulster Works is proud to offer Priority of Service to veterans and their eligible spouses. If you served in the military you will be served first by the next available staff member and given first priority for jobs and training for which you are eligible and qualified.
- Are you a youth between the ages of 16 and 21?
- Have you graduated from high school, or dropped out of school?
- Do you need help finding a job?
- Do you need funding for vocational training?
You may be eligible for the federally funded Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Youth Program.
The youth program runs a year-round program, a summer program, and also sponsors job fairs for youth.
Some programs require eligibility.
A Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC) is available at the Ulster Works OneStop Center to assist individuals with disabilities who are on SSI or SSDI plan for employment and navigate a system of agencies where support is available.
The DRC meets with customers and provides information about services offered by local agencies and organizations.
The duties of the DRC include:
Upcoming Job Fairs