Arlington Employment Center, established in 1989, serves Washington area job seekers searching for employment or a new career as well as employers seeking skilled workers. The Arlington Employment Center offers priority service for veterans who need career transition assistance.
AEC staff understands the unique challenges faced by Veterans as they transition to the civilian workforce.
- They administer a variety of programs and resources designed to help job seekers with each step of the job seeking process,to become more competitive and successfully connect with area employers who need their skills.
- They serve all individuals including those with limited education, skills and job seeking experience to mid- and senior-level career individuals with advanced degrees.
Employers can access a variety of resources and services to enhance their new employee recruitment efforts – all at no cost to them.
- They screen, prepare and refer qualified job candidates; create customized online job postings and provide facilities for recruitment and hiring events.
- All job seekers are referred based upon the person’s qualifications without regard to race, age, disability, color, religion or national origin.
Virginia Department of Veteran Services ensures veterans and their beneficiaries receive the benefits, support, quality care, and recognition they earned through service and sacrifice.
Loudoun County Department of Family Services assists eligible families with child care and adoption services; coordinates programs to help elderly residents; investigates cases of abuse and neglect and conducts family counseling; offers community employment and training services; provides foster care for children; provides nutritional and financial assistance to low-income families; provides services to help residents achieve safe and affordable housing.