PA CareerLink®

Central PA CareerLink® staff are ready to bring their expertise and full array of personalized career services to you whether that’s in person at one of the PA CareerLink® offices or virtually from the comfort of your own home. Contact your local PA CareerLink® staff today; our professional team looks forward to speaking with you.

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Expert Services from Local Staff

The high-quality individual services you expect from local staff are available in person and remotely depending on what is best for you. Please call today using the contact information below to learn more about accessing the resources of our network.

PA CareerLink® Business Solutions

As always, the PA CareerLink® Business Solutions Team is available to assist you with job posting, recruitment, and other employment services. If you have immediate workforce needs, contact our team at businesssolutions@centralpacl.com.

PA CareerLink® Job Seeker Services

PA CareerLink® staff offer a variety of services, programs, and workshops designed to help you determine what jobs best match your interests and skills, learn new workplace skills, find employment, and meet personal career goals. Below are points of contact for each Central PA CareerLink® location. Call today for your personalized consultation!

 

Learn more about PA CareerLink® services by visiting the Central PA CareerLink® website or contact your local PA CareerLink® to speak directly with a team member. 

PA CareerLink® Centre County
Ellen Struble, Workforce Specialist
estruble@tiu11.org
(814) 548-7587

PA CareerLink® Clinton County
Jennifer Shultz, Administrative Assistant
jshultz@censop.com
(570) 893-4022

PA CareerLink® Columbia / Montour Counties
Patty Brosious, Administrative Assistant
pbrosious@censop.com
(570) 387-6288

 

PA CareerLink® Mifflin County
Teresa Peters, Workforce Specialist
tpeters@tiu11.org
(717) 248-4942

PA CareerLink® Lycoming County
Tina Grant, Administrative Assistant
cgrant@censop.com
(570) 601-5465

PA CareerLink® Northumberland / Snyder / Union Counties
Rebecca Hare, Administrative Assistant
rhare@censop.com
(570) 988-7301

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Live workshops led by local PA CareerLink® instructors are available remotely. With topics ranging from how to ace a virtual interview, to creating a LinkedIn account that stands out, to stress management, to developing a budget, we’re sure there are sessions that will be of interest. Visit Central PA CareerLink® for more information.

The Link

The Link, Advance Central PA’s ADA accessible mobile career center. The Link provides mobile services to each county in the Central PA workforce development area (WDA).

The Link is equipped with seven computers, internet access, printing, and a presentation screen, and professional staff provides support for:

  • Job matching
  • Career guidance
  • Workforce training
  • Employer recruitment

Follow The Link’s Facebook page to see where it’s heading next!

Unemployment Compensation

Local PA CareerLink® staff are not Unemployment Compensation (UC) employees and are not authorized to provide answers to UC benefit questions. We apologize for any inconvenience and misinformation you may have received that we could assist with your claim. For guidance, visit www.uc.pa.gov or contact UC staff using the contact info below.

Additionally, the UC courtesy phones have been deactivated by the Bureau of Unemployment Compensation at all PA CareerLink® locations.

Questions regarding regular UC
E-mail: uchelp@pa.gov

*Tip: When emailing include your full name as it appears on your claim, last 4 SSN digits, email address, phone number, and a brief explanation of the problem. Email is the preferred contact method and the most efficient for customers.

Live Chat: www.uc.pa.gov/chat/index.aspx
Phone: 888-313-7284 TTY: 888-334-4046

Questions regarding Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)
E-mail: ucpua@pa.gov
Phone: 855-284-8545

*Individuals covered under PUA include the self-employed, those seeking part-time employment, individuals lacking sufficient work history, and those who otherwise do not qualify for regular unemployment compensation or extended benefits.

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