CWEE Provides Employment Maintenance Support

cwee pic Recognized as one of the leading employment support nonprofits in Colorado, the Center for Work Education and Employment prepares participants for employment and helps them during all phases of the job search. After participants begin employment in their communities, CWEE continues to support them by providing employment maintenance services for up to two years. Participants retain access to their case managers, who can answer questions on topics such as budget planning, resource assistance, and securing job promotions.

In addition to delivering support through its team of experienced case managers, CWEE has partnered with organizations such as WorkLife Partnership, which connects recently employed individuals with important community resources. In particular, CWEE and WorkLife help individuals transitioning from welfare to full employment, which often involves a series of considerable financial obstacles.

To learn more about the employment support services offered by the Center for Work Education and Employment, visit the official website at http://www.cwee.org.

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Employment Search Services Offered by CWEE

cweeOver the course of its history in Colorado, the Center for Work Education and Employment (CWEE) has helped countless single parents from low-income families find meaningful employment in their communities. Its team of experienced employment specialists guides participants through all stages of the job search, from resume and cover letter writing to interview practice and workplace ethics training. CWEE also helps participants overcome the fear and anxiety that often surround the job search process.

CWEE regularly organizes on-site career fairs, with one important twist. Instead of inviting employers to set up booths and having candidates visit each booth, CWEE encourages participants to set up booths advertising themselves and invites employers to come and look. CWEE also benefits from business partnerships with a number of employers in the region, enabling it to offer internship opportunities for prospective employees.