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Adult Recovery Services - Utica - Program
The Neighborhood Center, Inc.

15-17 Hopper Street
Utica, NY

Provides adults who have mental illness with opportunities to learn and develop independent living skills and job readiness skills.

Adult Recovery Services - Rome - Program
The Neighborhood Center, Inc.

195-199 W Dominick Street
Rome, NY

Provides adults with mental illness opportunities to learn and develop independent living skills and job readiness skills.

Employment Services - Program
Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

507 Kent Street
Utica, NY

Evaluates interests and capabilities of people who are blind providing them with the resources necessary to successfully pursue their employment goals. Services include assistance with: Determining job readiness Job searching Resume writing Interview preparedness Employer contacts and education Work place adaptations On-the-job training 

Pre-Vocational Skills for Young Adults - Program
Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

507 Kent Street
Utica, NY

Assesses youth to determine their knowledge of, and skill levels in, vocations, job seeking and job related social behaviors. The assessment determines areas in which knowledge and skills are lacking and a training program is developed to address deficits. 

Employment Services - Program
Resource Center for Independent Living

131 Genesee Street
Utica, NY

Provides advocacy, support, and mentoring to help individuals with disabilities to acquire/maintain employment. Long and short term job coaching Direct job placement Supportive job placement Employer education Employment search assistance Employment search assistance for Ticket to Work recipients

Learning Center - Program
Rescue Mission of Utica

1013 West Street
Utica, NY

Provides GED courses, college prep, enhanced reading, math and writing skills, interview skills, resume writing, financial and computer literacy.

UCAN - Program
Central New York Labor Agency, Inc.

287 Genesee Street
Utica, NY

Provides training on volunteering and helping out the community to union members as well as contract negotiations.

Skills for Success - Program
Rescue Mission of Utica

293 Genesee Street
Utica, NY

Provides education and training in the construction field. Hands on experience gained by rehabilitating vacant homes in the City of Utica Offers individuals who complete the 6 month course a State recognized certificate in carpentry and masonry from MVCC. With: OSHA 10 certification and lead abatement 41 college credits

Native American Cultural Center - Program
Native American Cultural Center

229 Empire Boulevard
Rochester, NY

Coordinates activities around the preservation and promotion of Native American language, culture, traditions and customs. Offers, job counseling, career development, job training, job placement and educational/GED resources.

Adult Practical Nursing and Certified Nurse Aide Program - Program
Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES

77 East North St
Ilion, NY

Offers classes for LPN preparation. Full time one year program. Also offers part time classes both day and evening. It does take two years to complete the program if attending on a part time basis. Offers CNA classes quarterly. Funding help may be available. Program is approximately 135 hours. 

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