Job Placement

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Marks JCH job placement has placed thousands of new Americans in their first jobs and enabled them to live independently as soon as possible after entering the country. The center’s no-cost services help participants, including political asylum grantees and refugees, prepare to enter the workforce as well as give them the tools to be successful in their careers.

The JCH has an extensive network of connections with area employers and a comprehensive computer system for matching candidates’ skills with job openings. Our staff prepares a client for work-life by assessing and creating a plan to overcome all social, educational or vocational barriers to employment.

Job placement and supportive services include:

  • Resume preparation
  • Employment readiness counseling
  • Job skills training, including interviewing, job searching and development of positive workplace relationships
  • Pre- and post-placement counseling
  • Job orientations carried out cooperatively with employers
  • Referrals for translation and evaluation of diplomas and documents
  • Preparation for the New York City exam for most public-service careers
  • Professional training for various careers, such as medical billing and coding, bookkeeping and computer courses
  • Assistance with government entitlements
  • Assistance with medical insurance
  • Food assistance
  • Subsidized housing applications

Key info:

  • Schedule: Individual appointments with experienced case managers can be made during office business hours: Monday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm and Friday, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • Information: call Galina Lyakhovsky, Case Management Coordinator 718-331-6800 ext. 130 or  call Anastasiya Zhukova, Vocational Training Coordinator 718-331-6800 ext. 166 or [email protected] or call Nataliya S. at 718-943-6352 or email [email protected]
  • Fees: Nonecc-jch-bensonhurst-pgreen
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