National Able Network provides a full docket of workforce development programming, counseling, training, and job placement services that empower individuals and businesses. All resources are concentrated on delivering best-in-class services to both clients and employers. Able serves job seekers of every age, income and skill level, from entry-level workers to mid-level professionals. Able provides individuals with the training, personal skills, and job search techniques that will help them enter, re-enter. or advance in today's workforce
The SHARE Network offers a vast array of resources that will aid citizens across the state in obtaining or retaining employment. These resources include food banks, clothing banks, child care, substance abuse rehabilitation, health services, and many more.
SHARE is an acronym for Showing How Access to Resources Empowers. SHARE Network is not an employment service and is not responsible for directly providing services to the public. SHARE Network is an online database of resources available to the public that can be used to help meet employment goals. SHARE Network Indiana is sponsored by the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, the Department of Workforce Development (DWD), and the Department of Correction (DOC), in collaboration with the United States Department of Labor.
CCLC is one of seven centers at the Indiana Institute on Diability and Community, Indiana's University Center for Excellence. ,br>
Services are available statewide to schools and organizations that support individuals with disabilities and their families.
Career development, secondary education and transition services; integrated employment; community living; systems and policy analysis; and person-directed planning, services, and funding.
Office hours are Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation Adult Education program offers individualized instruction and guidance to teen and adult learners who seek to improve basic skills or learn new ones to create better opportunities for themselves and their families.
The Broadview Learning Center offers the following services:
Wednesday - Friday 10 AM - 3 PM and Saturday 10 AM - 5 PM
The mission of My Sister's Closet of Monroe County, Inc. is to provide at-risk, low-income women pursuing employment with free workforce attire. We accomplish our mission through the use of our voucher system and the generosity of those who donate professional attire to our store. Founded in 1998, My Sister's Closet (MSC) is a volunteer run non-profit organziation offering its services to the Monroe and Owen County areas.
Partner with individuals with disabilities and their communities to bring about self-directed and fulfilled lives. Options provide holistic services to assist individuals achieve their desired lifestyle including housing, rewarding employment, fulfilling relationships, and active citizenship in communities throughout Southern Indiana.
Located across from the Herman B. Wells Library at 625 N. Jordan Avenue, the Career Development Center houses a library, classroom space, and offices for the advisors and staff who coordinate myIUcareers, campus job fairs, information nights, and many other career-related campus events