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EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING

Career Center

The Culpeper Career Resource Center provides services as a one-stop for local workforce development to both job seekers and employers including the following:

Job Seekers:

  • Job search,
  • Assistance in job searching
  • Finding Training and Retraining Opportunities
  • Conducts state, local, and national labor market research

Employers:

  • Access to resumes
  • Information on public and private placement services
  • Training for current or future employees
  • Labor market information
  • Laws

VIEW (Virginia Initiative for Employment not Welfare)

For more information see website below

Website: Career Center www.ccrc-jobs.com

210 East Stevens Street Suite 300

Culpeper, VA 22701

Phone: (540) 727-1055

Fax: (540) 829-4956

Director, Employment Services - Lisa Houck (540) 727-1055 x413


WIA (Workforce Investment Act)
   
For more information see website below

Website: Career Center www.ccrc-jobs.com

210 East Stevens Street Suite 300

Culpeper, VA 22701

Phone: (540) 727-1055

Fax: (540) 829-4956

Director, Employment Services - Lisa Houck (540) 727-1055 x413

 

Culpeper Cosmetology Training Center

Provides cosmetology training and experience to adults. On a space available basis, residents from other counties may be admitted as well. The Center is accredited through the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences. 

Contact:
311 South East Street Suite 120 Culpeper, VA 22701 
(540) 727-8003 or by FAX at (540) 727-8096
website:
www.culpepercosmetology.com  

Child Care Assistance

Provides assistance to low income families, families receiving temporary public assistance, and those transitioning from public assistance in obtaining child care so they can work, attend training, or go to school.
 

 

Contact: 

Case Manager – Pat Henshaw (540) 727-1055 x415 

 

Housing Vouchers

Provides low income families with decent, safe and sanitary housing at prices which they can afford. Generally, housing is considered affordable if the family does not have to spend more than a HUD-determined percentage of its adjustable income for gross shelter, i.e., rent and utilities. The program does have a work requirement.


Contact:

Case Manager-Sue Hansohn     (540) 727-1055 x410

 

 

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