Unemployment Insurance (UI) provides temporary income assistance if you’re out of work and able to work. If you qualify, you receive weekly payments to help cover your living expenses while you search for new employment. The amount you receive is based on what you were paid in the last year.
The Dress for Success Suiting Program provides professional clothing to help women find and keep professional work. Once a job interview is scheduled, obtain a referral from a local social service agency (library, recovery program, financial education program, adult education program, etc.) or call (413) 732-8179 to schedule a referral interview with Dress for Success. Then the client is invited to visit the Dress for Success Boutique, located in the Eastfield Mall in Springfield (open from 9am to 2pm).
139 State Street
Springfield, MA 01103
Open Fridays and Saturdays, From 10:00am-2:00pm, And Wednesdays By Appointment
A community organization focused on providing the young men of Springfield professional attire. Our goal is to help each individual find a suit that will give them the confidence, knowledge, and tools to help them become a successful member of our community. Visit https://suitupspringfield.com/get-suits.html to fill out a form and be considered for a free suit.
STCC programs and non-credit classes that will lead to employment in a wide variety of areas including Construction/Trades, Health, IT/Network Certification, Management, Manufacturing, Professional and Personal Development, Real Estate Sales and much more.
Located in STCC Technology Park, provides services and resources to help you find a job or brush up on your on the job skills. Offers many workshops and career training options as well as job listings for local, state and regional opportunities. Open Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri 8:30am-4:30pm and Thu 8:30am-3:00pm.
Find information, tools and resources for working in Massachusetts including state government and civil service jobs and internships. Also provides professional training, career development and other employment resources and assistance.
Helps low-income individuals, age 55 and older, gain employment through training, counseling, and paid community service assignments at non-profit organizations in the communities, prior to transitioning into the private sector. Contact info: Hampden County (413) 787-6861 and Hampshire County (413) 787-6124.