RESOURCES IN THE COMMUNITY
Carrfour Supportive Housing
Carrfour is also engaged in a series of programs and initiatives designed to foster independence among those in need while providing a foundation for revitalizing neighborhoods.
Chapman Partnership provides comprehensive programs and services in collaboration with others that empower their residents with dignity and respect to overcome homelessness, and achieve and maintain long-term self-sufficiency.
Cuban American National Council
CNC’s employment program provides employment services to Refugees, Asylees and Parole Entrants that have been in the U.S. for no more than 5 years. The program works in cooperation with dozens of businesses in order to meet their workforce demands and help new Americans to enter the workforce and become self-reliant.
Employ Miami-Dade is your one-stop online resource for job listings, education and training opportunities, career building assistance and much more.
Florida Justice Center
Florida Justice Center is a nonprofit legal aid and behavioral health organization that is at the forefront of an emerging model of holistic legal services. By combining quality legal representation with social and mental health services, the Florida Justice Center is able to treat the whole person and address the issues that brought about their involvement in the justice system.
Greater Miami Service Corp
We work directly with our community. "The mission of Greater Miami Service Corps is to empower young people with the tools needed to transform their lives through education and service activities that strengthen our community and local workforce.
For more information, contact Deborah Dorsett at 305-638-4672 Ext. 237 or email@example.com
MDC WORKS Career Studio
MDC WORKS Career Studio at Miami Dade College (MDC) is equipped with all the latest resources and support to help students launch their careers, including a variety of professional development workshops, employer information sessions, networking opportunities, virtual hiring events, resume writing, interview preparation, and access to nearly 2,000 jobs and internships.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-237-9675.
Miami Downtown Development Authority
The Miami Downtown Development Authority (Miami DDA) is an economic development and marketing agency charged with bringing businesses, people, and visitors to Downtown Miami. Miami DDA is also committed to keeping our neighborhood clean, safe, well-lit, and walkable.
Miami-Dade Public Library System (MDPLS)
Gain important skills and knowledge for life, school, and work through the MDPLS’ free programs and resources. We offer over 16,000 training sessions through LinkedIn Learning, resume review and editing with Tutor.com, Business Plans Handbook (Gale), demographic data (Demographics Now), legal forms, and more resources for individuals and businesses.
For further assistance, please reach out to email@example.com
OIC of South Florida’s Workforce Development division provides demand-driven, integrated, and customizable workforce development services to individuals aged 17 and older.
Opa-locka Community Development Corporation
The Opa-locka Community Development Corporation (OLCDC) transforms under-resourced communities into vibrant, desirable, engaged neighborhoods by improving access to health, education, employment, art, safety, economic development and affordable housing
Open Arms Community Center
Search for work, research training and other career advancement services.
Overtown Youth Center Inc.
The Overtown Youth Center (OYC) is a youth development program that provides comprehensive services to at-risk youth – from kindergarteners to 25-year-olds – and their families, all of whom live in some of the most underserved neighborhoods in South Florida.
Sant La provides cultural competence workshops and seminars, upon request, to better prepare private and governmental entities to meet the cultural and linguistic needs of their clients, customers and/ or workforce.
Geography: Miami-Dade County
Transition, Inc. provides job training and placement services to ex-offenders. Founded in 1974, this Miami-based non-profit has assisted thousands of “returning citizens” to overcome the single biggest obstacle to their successful re-entry back to their community – finding and maintaining a job.
For more information contact Latasha Davis
at 305-571-2001 or firstname.lastname@example.org
YWCA of South Florida
YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. We are one of the oldest and largest women’s organizations in the nation, serving over 2 million women, girls, and their families.
Youth Co-Op brings qualified workers to area employers through our eight centers that provide employment assistance and training, and educational/vocational opportunities to job seekers.