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    Programs that provide information and guidance for people who need to evaluate their aptitude, abilities and interests in order to choose a vocation or career and select the type of training that will enable them to obtain and progress in positions in the public or private sector that are productive and fulfilling.

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    Education ServicesThrough a partnership between COI and the Hudson City School District and collaborations with other local education and community-based programs, the Hudson Family Literacy Program offers literacy services to district families. This program supports and guides adult and adolescent learners as they meet their educational and vocational goals. It also helps to develop the home as a learning environment for everyone in the family. Services for children include an early childhood classroom experience, an after school program, monthly Family Night and summer activities. This program is available to residents of the Hudson City School District. Adult and adolescent learners participate in English Language classes, High School Equivalency Programs, and Vocational Training. Hudson Family Literacy offers both home and center based services. Income eligibility guidelines must be met. Parent and community volunteers are welcome. Volunteers currently assist with childcare, tutoring, and special events. ColumbiaHUDSON FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAMCOLUMBIA OPPORTUNITIES
    Employment ServicesThe Capital Region WIB has many services available to job seekers through our One-Stop Career Centers. Job seekers can receive assistance with resume writing, interview skills, and the career search. We have computers with internet connections and printers available as well as telephones, fax machines, and copiers, all are available free of charge. We are here to assist you through the job search process to successful employment! Our extensive resource library contains books, videotapes, and other materials for use by job seekers.AlbanyCAPITAL REGION ONE STOP EMPLOYMENT CENTERSCAPITAL REGION WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD
    Employment ServicesNew Directions Employment Services offers transitioning students and adults with disabilities living in Schenectady County assistance in finding and maintaining community-based employment. Services include career assessment, job finding, job placement, job coaching and ongoing follow-along services. Individual and group placement opportunities are available, the latter being appropriate for individuals who require a greater level of structure and supervision to maintain employment.SchenectadyNEW DIRECTIONS EMPLOYMENT SERVICESNYSARC - SCHENECTADY COUNTY CHAPTER
    Employment ServicesHelping people with Developmental disabilities obtain competitive, integrated employment in the community. Exploring vocational alternatives and building vocational skills for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. ColumbiaSUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT AND VOCATIONAL SERVICES PROGRAMNYSARC - COLUMBIA COUNTY CHAPTER (COARC)
    Employment ServicesThe Vocational Services Program is a community mental health program serving persons 18 or over with severe and persistent mental illness, who are seeking to enter the workforce. The goal of vocational services is to assist individuals in obtaining and maintaining employment in their chosen field via individual counseling and-or a job club model. Staff help prepare people to search for employment, assists them with the hiring process and provides ongoing support once employed. The program assists individuals with activities such as connecting with community resources for benefits advisement, intensive job coaching, or obtaining work attire. In addition, staff coordinates employment concerns with clinical providers and employers to provide a continuity of care and to optimize the probability of success.AlbanyVOCATIONAL SERVICESNORTHEAST CAREER PLANNING
    Employment ServicesThe Workforce Division of the Department also co-manages Career Central, Albany's Career Center in partnership with the New York State Department of Labor and the Capital Region Workforce Investment Board. Together they provide a universally accessible workforce development system that meets the needs of jobseekers and employers and supports economic growth.AlbanyWORKFORCE DIVISIONALBANY DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AND WORKFORCE SERVICES
    Support ServicesOPWDD has launched Pathway to Employment, a person-centered career planning and support service that will help individuals with developmental disabilities reach their employment goals. This service will engage individuals in: identifying a career/vocational direction, provide instruction and training in pre-employment skills, and develop a path for achieving competitive, integrated employmentAlbanyOPWDD'S PATHWAY TO EMPLOYMENTNORTHEAST CAREER PLANNING
    Youth Enrichment ServicesTeens in the Teen Program are able to participate in a variety of local and national programs along with an assortment of activities and events offered and organized by local universities. We hope that by participating in various programs, our teens will discover their potential and possibilities for the future.RensselaerTEEN PROGRAMTROY BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB

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