Updated:PITTSBURGH,None - Around Pittsburgh, there are seven facilities available free of charge to help you with your job search.
The neighborhood employment centers provide computer and internet access for anyone searching for a job.
People at the center can help job seekers with developing resumes and cover letters.
Workforce Development Specialist Randy Lheureau explained the importance of what they offer.
"Lists of online resources… We have a lot of resources for training programs, job listings, really whatever a person would need to get their job search started or continuing on with their job search. We try to provide to them as much as we can," said Lheureau.
Phones, printers and faxes are also available.
Career Workforce Development Center East 7140 Bennett Street
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh 4400 Forbes Avenue
Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center 5100 Penn Ave.
West Pittsburgh Partnership 37 Wabash Ave.
Brashear Association, Inc. 730 Warrington
Northside Leadership Conference East Commons Professional Building 4
Hill District First Source Center 1901 Centre Ave.
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