SCES provides highly individualized training and counseling services such as one-on-one training, bilingual and translation assistance, interview coaches to accompany applicants to interviews, and pre-placement and post-placement follow-up services for employers and employees. SCES also provides workshops that teach skills such as resume writing and assists in the completion of government and private-sector employment forms. Applicants also receive training for developing successful interview strategies, engaging in successful business communications, and projecting appropriate workplace image. SCES currently receives pro bono legal services, dentistry, salon makeovers, facility space, and light printing privileges.
New volunteers are always needed at SCES, and they play an active role such as helping women organize and prepare for their new lives. Human Resources professionals and college students seeking internships are especially encouraged to get involved with the many different opportunities to contribute.
- Experienced HR Professionals are needed to volunteer their time to assist clients, provide client-screening support, help with the pre-employment process, and offer expert advice and guidance to other volunteers. HR professionals also can play key roles in developing training workshops and materials to help support client education and job readiness.
- College Students are needed for a wide variety of functions, in such areas as development, fundraising, public relations, communications, human resources, and general client support. Program staff will work with your school if you are interested in obtaining college credit. Students are given many opportunities to manage projects, contribute new ideas, engage in meaningful research, take on leadership roles, and support the success of Second Chance.
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