The Employment Unit assists Temporary Assistance applicants and recipients to access and utilize available services and supports necessary to become self-sufficient.
Eligible activities/services include: Orientation Assessment Employability development planning Employment readiness training Supervised job search Community work experience Work/Career counseling Education/vocation/rehabilitation referrals Job placement/post employment services
Columbia County resources for SNAP & TA Babysitting and childcare education and training NYS Department of Labor contact information NYS Career Centers (local and state) Section 8 information and application Assurance Wireless phone service Greene County Transit general information Open access for adults and children for mental health services Primary Care Providers that are accepting new adult patients Health Insurance with contact information Disability advocate information Federal bonding program Columbia Greene Career Closet Carpooling/ride share Job search engines Columbia County public transit Columbia County free public libraries GED programs Columbia Greene Workforce partners Notary Public Employment leads Glenmont Job Corps Food pantries Day Care subsidy
Eligibility Criteria: Applicant/recipient of: Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) Safety Net Assistance (SN) Food Stamps (FS)
Referral Process: Internal referrals from the Temporary Assistance/Food Stamp Units