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Adams Place Day Center by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The Day Center addresses the long-standing need in the community of having a safe and dignified place for individuals experiencing homelessness to go during the day to take care of everyday needs and access long-term services and supports. The Day Center provides access to: Housing assessments Career planning Case management Lunch Shower and laundry facilities, and Other on-site services offered by partner agencies. The Center is located at 2210 Adams Place, NE, adjacent to the...

Housing Care Skills & Training Homeless Near Homeless

Administrative Support Certification by YWCA North Capital Area

Our Administrative Support Certificate Program is a great first step towards any entry-level office support position. Learn to navigate computer software, as well as email, the internet, and social media platforms. Course Tracks Under Administrative Support: Information Literacy & Technology: This course will introduce you to keyboarding, basic computer skills, and social media & digital foot printing. Specifically, this course will use the following software & curriculum: Edutyping...

2303 14th Street NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Work Education Women/Girls

Career Services & Workforce Development by YWCA North Capital Area

We are excited to offer a variety of career services and workforce development opportunities for our students. These are services that assist students in developing marketable skills that will lead to jobs or careers that are sustainable and encourage self-sufficiency over time. These include: Individualized Career Planning Virtual Job Shadow Virtual Job Shadow is a tool that we use to track your goals and store your employment materials – like your résumés, cover letters, and...

2303 14th Street NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Work Education Parents Women/Girls

CPR Training Program by DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) Department

The DC Fire/EMS Department offers Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training under the American Heart Association Guide lines. Healthcare Providers training to members of the community are on the first and third Monday of every month. Heartsavers/CPR/AED/1st AID Class training to members of the community are on the first and third Thursday of every month. Online CPR skills are available by appointment only. The classes provide students with certification in CPR for Adult, Child...

Skills & Training

Downtown Day Services Center

The Downtown Day Services Center (“The Center”) offers downtown day services to individuals experiencing homelessness. The Center utilizes Pathways to Housing DC’s Housing First method to move individuals into housing by connecting them with supportive services. The Center is operated by the DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) with support from the District of Columbia Department of Human Services and services from Pathways to Housing DC and HIPS. The Center offers...

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EmpowerGenerations by YWCA North Capital Area

When we work with parents and children together, we can strengthen the family unit. Ultimately, this approach helps break cycles of generational poverty. In addition to creating spaces for families to spend constructive time together, we offer both parents and youth workshops and experiences to strengthen “protective factors”, including: Family communication and boundary setting Managing and avoiding peer pressure and risky behavior Setting goals and accountability practices...

2303 14th Street NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Work Education Families Parents Teens (13-19) Women/Girls

EmpowerGirls by YWCA North Capital Area

EmpowerGirls serves middle and high school girls. The program is run in District of Columbia Public Schools and Prince George’s County Public Schools. During the school day, students meet for EmpowerGirls sessions – during lunch or other regularly scheduled periods. In addition, students meet with an assigned near-peer mentor during special EmpowerGirls field trips, or planned one-on-one activities. Mentors stay in contact with EmpowerGirls through ongoing communication to build...

2303 14th Street NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Work Education Women/Girls

EmpowerSTEAM Summer Academy by YWCA North Capital Area

Breaking Barriers for Girls in Traditionally Male-Dominated Fields EmpowerSTEAM Summer Academy is a five-week experience for girls ages 11-17. We know that women are underrepresented in STEM education & careers, especially women of color. More importantly, we also know it’s time to break those barriers. Through EmpowerSTEAM, we further girls’ interest in pursuing STEM education and careers. Girls explore Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math in an engaging environment...

2303 14th Street NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Work Education Teens (13-19) Women/Girls

GED and Adult Basic Education Classes by Covenant House Washington

GED and Adult Basic Education Classes We work with youth independently to create a success plan tailored for their success… A good education is fundamental to achieving financial independence as well as a successful career. Covenant House Washington offers a flexible GED preparation program that allows young people ages 18-24 to follow their dreams by successfully completing their high school education. Our curriculum focuses on the mastery of subject matter tested during the GED...

2001 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20020

GED/High-School Equivalency Young Adults (20-30)

Hospitality Institute by Covenant House Washington

The Hospitality Institute is an addition of CHGW’s existing workforce readiness curriculum created in partnership with Accenture, which provides an opportunity for youth to gain critical career skills through skills training, career coaching, and experiential learning. The six-week curriculum includes 29 hours of classroom and web-based professional skills training followed by on-the-job shadowing. After completing the six-week course, participants will have obtained industry...

2001 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Work Help Find Work Education Youth (6-12)

Hotel & Hospitality Certification Program by YWCA North Capital Area

Our Hospitality Program is a great first step to a variety of positions in customer service. Learn to provide excellent guest service and create memorable guest experiences. Course Tracks under Hospitality: Certified Guest Services Professional (CGSP): Learn the skills needed to provide excellent guest service and create memorable guest experiences. Skills, Tasks, and Results Training (START): Learn how to perform key tasks in a hospitality environment. Also gain the soft skills...

2303 14th Street NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Work Education Women/Girls

Housing Independence Through Employment (HITE) Program by Housing Counseling Services (HCS)

The Housing Independence Through Employment (HITE) program seeks to assist highly motivated individuals in achieving their highest level of economic and housing independence through employment and housing support for up to 24 months. The target population to be served are adults who are living with HIV/AIDS, whose income is at or below 50% AMI and whose primary barrier to stability is economic. Appropriate candidates must be able to develop a plan to enhance their economic...

2410 17th St NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Work Help Pay for Housing Living with HIV or AIDS

Job Readiness Career Center (JCRC) by Covenant House Washington

Covenant House Washington’s Job Readiness Career Center (JCRC) helps young people gain skills in a specific vocation and also learn what they need to know about job hunting and the professional world. Skills taught to young people include: Interviewing Resume Building Workplace Ethics & Behavior Proper Workplace Attire Computer Skills Networking Effective Communication Helping our youth find jobs is the most important step to ensuring their financial independence and future...

2001 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Work Young Adults (20-30)

Marj and Mak Vocational Center (MMVC) by N Street Village

Three in five women arrive at N Street Village with no income. Our goal is to meet her where she is and provide opportunities for income and employment growth. We also recognize the importance of community in the healing and recovery process, and we promote peer mentorship and peer leadership programs that help women feel connected and empowered. Launched in 2019 to support women in their goals related to education, income and/or employment, the Marj and Mak Vocational Center (MMVC...

1333 N St NW, Washington, DC, 20005

Work Money Education Homeless Women/Girls

Pre-Employment Program (PEP) by Bread for the City

Job Readiness Workshops Job Readiness Workshops operate for five week sessions, with classes held twice weekly. Workshop topics include: resume and cover letter writing, job search strategies, interviewing skills, work ethics, time management, interpersonal and communication skills, and job retention. Case Management PEP Case Managers conduct initial assessments for clients new to the program. They lead clients in individualized goal setting and in the development of clients...

1640 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Job Placement Skills Assessment Skills & Training

Professional Development by DC Greens

Workshops, networking, approved farm field trips, seeds and seedlings, farmer trading cards

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Supported Employment by DC Department on Disability Services (DDS)

Supported employment is both an approach and array of services that enables people with significant disabilities to be successful in the workforce. The goal of supported employment is to assist people in finding and keeping employment in competitive jobs in typical integrated work settings. Services someone may receive through supported employment, depending on the funding source, include: assessment development of job opportunities job coaching at a work site job retention......

250 E St SW, Washington, DC, 20024

Help Find Work Specialized Training Skills & Training Living with a Disability

Supported Employment by Community Connections

Supported Employment is an evidence-based program encompassing recovery principles and recognizes that employment can be an integral part of a person’s recovery. Employment Specialists develop relationships with community business owners and hiring managers to help the client become employed in the job of their choice. Working together, Employment Specialists and program participants develop an individual work plan, create a resume, and practice interviewing skills. Employment...

801 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20003

Work DC Resident Medicaid Recipient Homeless Ages 18+

Supported Employment by Pathways to Housing

Many of our clients have struggled to secure or maintain employment because of the nature and severity of their disability and a lack of hope that they can actually return to work after years of unemployment. Our evidence-based Supported Employment program helps people with some of the most complicated mental and physical health challenges accomplish their employment and educational goals. Pathways to Housing DC’s Supported Employment program was developed out of the same...

828 Evarts Street NE, Washington, DC, 20018

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Supportive Employment by Hillcrest Children & Family Center

Supported employment program is to provide evidence based support and assist with employment services for our clients. Through a multi-tiered method of wellness, we will help clients with obtaining education and skills for employment opportunities.

3029 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20032

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