Job Seeker Services

PA CareerLink® of Lancaster County has services available to help ALL job seekers, not just the unemployed, obtain family-sustaining employment.

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Employer Resources

Employers explore workforce and training resources.  Learn More Here

Contact the Employer Services team!

Learn more  about the Employer Services team's programs to support the talent pipeline.

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May Workshops 
Free, open to all, and includes evenings


Industry Tours for Educators
June 20 - 22, 2017
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Spring 2017 Job Fair

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Spring 2017 Job Fair, the largest in Lancaster County with over 80 employers in attendance. 

  • When: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
  • Where: 313 W. Liberty Street, Lancaster, PA  17603 

For those who missed it, we look forward to seeing you at the Fall 2017 Job Fair in Septemeber!

Job fairs are a free resource. There is no charge to attend and meet employers who are hiring!  Participating in a collective gathering improves your chance of landing the job you truly desire. 

For more information, contact PA CareerLink® of Lancaster County at (717) 509-5613 or www.jobs4lancaster.com

Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

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The Mayor's Commission to Combat Poverty

This plan is a blue print and a series of first steps to cut poverty in half in Lancaster County by 2032.  A pathway to success for an entire community requires the development of both workforce and work environment.  Learn more.

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Youth Council

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Job Skills and STEM

STEM skills, particularly those associated with high levels of educational attainment, are in high demand among employers.

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WIB Overview

Founded in 1999 as the successor organization to the Lancaster County Private Industry Council, the Lancaster County Workforce Investment Board has a mandate through the federal Workforce Investment Act of 1998 to be the lead organization in Lancaster County for workforce planning, to cooperate with State officials in providing business with locally-validated labor market information, and to arrange for a service delivery system that meets the workforce needs of business and the public alike.

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