July 19 Job Fair Registration

Workforce Development Program

The Workforce Development Program provides bilingual adult education, job training, placement, and retention to support Latino individuals who are struggling with unemployment, a lack of education, or the English-language barrier. As a part of this unique program, our clients have access to a wide range of comprehensive services designed to foster a pathway to self-sufficiency and support on their journey to sustainable employment. 

Workforce Development Program Services

  • Bilingual job-readiness and soft skills training; provide leadership, communication, and adaptability for prospects
  • Resume writing assistance
  • Interview techniques and mock interview sessions
  • Follow up on 30-, 60-, and 90-day placements
  • Assistance with online job applications
  • Individual career counseling
  • Job fairs
  • ESOL classes

Upcoming Job Fairs 2024

Our job fairs feature a soft-skill class to prepare applicants for a successful interview. The class covers topics such as professional dress code, greetings, questions and answers for interviews, adaptability, and responsibility. Future hires have the opportunity to get a brief introduction from each company: who they are, payment rates, hours, and positions available. The advantage of our job fairs is that interested applicants would always have the support of our workforce staff with any future guidance needed through the hiring process. Every job applicant has the opportunity to communicate directly with the recruiting team of each hiring company.

Below are the dates for our upcoming monthly job fairs, each one being held on a Friday:

Latino Construction Program

The Latino Construction Program (LCP) from the Spanish American Committee has helped many Spanish-speaking individuals from the Cleveland area overcome language barriers and earn more money with better jobs in construction trades. The LCP offers Hispanic and Latino individuals better opportunities in workforce development, training, and job placement. Previously, many Spanish-speaking professionals were not given many options for jobs at higher-paying development and construction companies due to language and/or cultural barriers. Not only are those we serve able to make a more livable wage, but they are in professional fields with companies that offer security and potential to further succeed and grow within their trade.