Refugee Employment Services
The United States refugee resettlement program is based on “self-sufficiency as early as possible.” Employment is the No. 1 factor in a refugee’s success in the U.S.
Refugees are legally authorized to work in the U.S. from the day they arrive; no work visas are required.
- Legal documents allowing them to work
- Strong work ethics
- Positive attitudes
- High retention rates
- Bilingual skills
- Legal to work
- Eager to work and highly adaptable
- Skilled and quick learners
Our Services Include:
- Screen and assess applicants with employment applications/resumes
- Provide job readiness orientation and employment related workshops and services
- Provide training and education resources, translation and counseling services, and administrative support
- Support applicants with employment related issues
Resources for Employers
Click here to find information about incentives and tax credits, recruitment support, business and employee skill development resources.
Click here to access information on state and federal employment laws, often times referred to as “compliance assistance.”