NACC homepage link 


 

 

Employment/career services

          

                                                                   Adult Education Home 

                                                                 College Advisement  

NEED A JOB OR A CAREER?

  

The Northeast Alabama Adult Education Program provides career services for our adult education students! Contact Juliah Sanford for more information at sanfordj@nacc.edu and check out the career resources below.
 

   Job Postings

Position: Part-time Instructor of Adult Basic Education

 

Date: Ongoing


Contact: Leisa Bunch, Adult Education Office Manager

 

 

Position: Part-time Instructor of Adult Basic Education 

Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor's degree, with current knowledge in area and some experience preferred. 

Contact: Leisa Bunch, Adult Basic Education Office Manager
             E-mail bunchl@nacc.edu         Phone extension
2292

 

Click here for a Teacher Application

 


 

   Workplace Education

Workplace Education consists of classes offered by a company or industry specifically for its employees. Participants have the opportunity to improve their basic skills, prepare for future training/college, or to learn specific tasks necessary to perform their jobs. The classes are generally smaller and offer the students the opportunity to learn in a familiar environment. Contact our Adult Education offices for more information.
(256) 638-2957 or (256) 228-0021.


 

   Career Services and Resources        

America’s Service Locator (www.servicelocator.org) connects people to local offices providing employment and training ser-vices. It provides maps and driving directions to the nearest American Job Center, and unemployment insurance filing assistance. America’s Service Locator has information on more than 20,000 local resources and offices.

CareerOneStop (www.CareerOneStop.org) includes tools to help job seekers explore careers, investigate salary and benefit information, research education and training opportunities, plan a job search and browse job sites, write and improve re-sumes and cover letters, prepare for a job interview, and search for jobs. In addition, the CareerOneStop Web site provides links to workforce and labor market information Web sites that contain local information resources and tools.

CareeroneStop’s Credentials Center (www.CareerOneStop.org/Credentials) helps individuals plan, locate, and pay for educa-tion, training, and other credentials to help them start, change, or advance their career. The site features several integrated tools allowing users to explore credentialing options, related labor market information, and job postings.

Healthcare Virtual Career Network (www.vcn.org) provides career exploration and training tools to help job seekers prepare for careers in healthcare. Job seekers can explore healthcare careers, identify education and training programs, access online courses, get credit for prior learning, and search for local healthcare jobs. View a demonstration at https:// www.workforce3one.org/view/VCNDemo .

My Next Move (www.MyNextMove.org) gives individuals three main ways to explore careers, including an online O*NET in-terest assessment, and then provides an easy-to-read, one-page profile of each occupation highlighting important knowledge, skills, abilities, technologies used, simplified salary and outlook information, and links to find specific training and employment opportunities. View a demonstration at https://www.workforce3one.org/view/MyNextMoveDemo.

My Next Move for Veterans (www.MyNextMove.org/VETS) is designed for U.S. veterans making the transition to civilian ca-reers and provides tasks, skills, salary information, job listings, and more for over 900 different careers. Veterans can find ca-reers through keyword search; by browsing industries that employ different types of workers; or by entering their military occupation code or title. View a demonstration at https://www.workforce3one.org/view/MNM4VetsDemo.

mySkills myFuture (www.mySkillsmyFuture.org) enables job seekers and intermediaries to match a worker’s occupational skills and experiences with the skills needed in other occupations, in order to facilitate career mobility and economic pro-spects. For any occupation, users can get a list of job listings in their city, state, or ZIP code and click directly through to the hiring company’s website. mySkills myFuture can be used by individuals or with the assistance of expert advisers.

O*NET Online (www.onetonline.org) enhances businesses’ hiring and retention efforts and supports workers and students to identify and develop workplace skills and enhance career planning with key data on occupational characteristics.

Veterans Reemployment Portal on CareerOneStop (www.CareerOneStop.org/Vets) is designed to assist veterans with em-ployment, training, career planning, financial and emotional help after military service. The site links veterans to local re-sources as well as provides a military-to-civilian job search based on military job title or military occupation code.

Worker Reemployment Portal on CareerOneStop (www.CareerOneStop.org/Reemployment) is designed to assist impacted workers following job loss, and to connect laid-off workers to needed resources for training, reemployment, career planning, financial and emotional help during the process of job transition. The site also now includes a job search by location feature.

Mi Proximo Paso (Spanish version of My Next Move) (www.miproximopaso.org) gives individuals three main ways to ex-plore careers, including an online O*NET interest assessment, and then provides an easy-to-read, one-page profile of each occupation highlighting important knowledge, skills, abilities, technologies used, simplified salary and outlook information, and links to find specific training and employment opportunities.

What’s My Next Move Guide (http://www.careeronestop.org/whats-my-next-move.aspx/ ). This printable guide includes seven easy steps to help students plan a career path after graduation. It was developed as a resource to connect young peo-ple to online career exploration resources available from the Department of Labor. The guide encourages students to think about and make decisions about their future and to engage with career counselors, workforce professionals, teachers, and parents/guardians.

Business Center on CareerOneStop (www.careeronestop.org/BusinessCenter) Some of the key features include information on recruiting and hiring a skilled workforce, links to local training and educational institutions, a civilian to military crosswalk to assist in recruiting Veterans, information about workforce certifications, and a job description writer.

Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders (www.careeronestop.org/ExOffender) helps individuals move past their criminal records by providing tools, tips, and resources to help them search for, apply for, and begin a new job.

 

Mobile Versions of E-Tools: Six of the most popular E-Tools are now available for customers to access using any brand of smart phone or tablet. These include:

  • Find an American Job Center (http://m.careeronestop.org/JobCenterSearch) allows users to quickly locate and contact their closest American Job Centers.
  • Find a Job (http://m.careeronestop.org/JobSearch) lets users search job listings in any local U.S. area. Job listings are updated daily and can be searched by job type or keyword and city, state or ZIP code.
  • Veterans Job Search (http://m.careeronestop.org/VeteransJobSearch) matches military job experience to civilian ca-reers, and then displays local job listings for those careers. Users search by their military job title or their MOC/MOS code and can view job listings by city, state or ZIP code.
  • Salary Finder (http://m.careeronestop.org/SalaryFinder) provides average hourly wages or annual salaries by occupation and location. The data come from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Employment Statistics program.
  • Training Finder (http://m.careeronestop.org/TrainingFinder) allows users to locate education and training programs in their local area. Users search by occupation, program, or school, and find contact information for programs.
  • Unemployment Insurance Information Finder (http://m.careeronestop.org/unemploymentinsurance) allows users to locate Unemployment Insurance information for their local area.

 

Automatic Spanish Language Translations: In response to customer feedback, several E-Tool websites now have an auto-matic translation feature that allows users to quickly translate the pages into Spanish:

 

Additional Resources:

Career Library - Alabama Virtual Library for college and career planning
Indeed - Search for jobs in your area
Go Build Alabama - Information about high demand trades and training opportunities
Career Builders - Search jobs, employment and careers
Job Vue - search jobs and get career advice
Online Lessons - dealing with work ethic, interpersonal skills, initiative and dependability; does require teacher to check assignments
Live Career - take a free career test
Linked In - the world's largest professional network helps you connect to employers, companies, etc.

Job Readiness - includes Introduction, Take the Test, Employability Skills, Important Work Vocabulary Words, Job Search Techniques, Once You Are Hired
Career Resources Toolkit - a myriad of links and tutorials on all aspects of job seeking
Job Application - instructions on filling one out and some samples
Free Online Typing - Get free online typing lessons and exercises from Peter’s Online Typing Course. Improving your typing will improve your study skills and job skills.

Power Typing - a free online tutor with tests, lessons, and games
Owl Online Writing Lab - with online workshop for resume & cover letter
Resume Writing Services - learn about job searches, job interviews, and many tools/resources for resume-writing
Total Resume - claims to help you write a "Word" resume in ten minutes