State and National Resources
State Workforce Resources:Maine CareerCenters provide a variety of employment and training services at no charge for Maine workers and businesses. They assist all sizes of employers with recruiting, hiring, training, workforce services and access to labor market information. CareerCenters can assist with job retention, expansion, and creation, as well as help workers who are facing job loss due to downsizing or closures. For a list of upcoming job fairs or to post a job for free, visit: http://www.mainecareercenter.gov/employers/index.shtml
National Workforce Resources:Our national affiliate, AHCA/NCAL offers additional resources on a national level. Visit the Workforce Resource Center for more information.
PHI (formerly the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute) works to ensure quality care for older adults and people with disabilities by creating quality jobs for direct care workers. As the nation’s leading authority on the direct care workforce, PHI promotes quality direct care jobs as the foundation for quality care. PHI provides various fact sheets, resources and research members may find helpful in workforce development. See https://phinational.org/
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