What Services Are Provided For Dislocated Workers?

Training/Retraining
  • Classroom or vocational training
  • Literacy and English for non­English speaking individuals
  • Preparation for the GED exam (high school equivalency diploma)
Job Placement Assistance
  • Staff in the Dislocated Worker Unit will develop individually tailored strategies and pursue job opportunities to match the skills of the worker with the needs of employers.
For Department of Labor Information about the Dislocated Workers program, click here For more information about the Dislocated Workers program, please contact.
    Department of Employment Services
    Dislocated Workers Program
    6210 North Capitol Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20011
    (202) 576­5340
    Fax: (202) 576­3262

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