Building workforce talent through our One-Stop Career Centers
Peninsula Worklink, a program of the Peninsula Council for Workforce Development, offers a comprehensive range of services to help you find a job and career. Services provided through the Peninsula Worklink are funded through the U.S. Department of Labor so there’s never a charge, although eligibility may apply for certain services. Its vast network of workforce experts makes it a truly comprehensive value for residents and businesses.
Peninsula Worklink provides area residents and businesses with a “One-Stop” employment resource center that serves as a clearinghouse for job seekers and employers who agree to exchange information based on mutual immediate and long-term needs to provide and find dedicated human resources that create and sustain competitive advantage.
Coordinated in partnership with the Virginia Employment Commission, Thomas Nelson Community College, New Horizons Regional Education Center and Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services, Peninsula Worklink’s One-Stop Career Center is strategically located at high activity location in Hampton.
What is a Peninsula Worklink One-Stop Career Center?
A Peninsula Worklink location offers a wide range of employment, training, and career services to employers, workers, job and career seekers and youth. One-Stop Career Center leverage public workforce dollars with other funding to provide career development services for local workers and deliver workforce solutions to local employers.
Who is Eligible to Receive Services?
Employers and job seekers are customers of the Peninsula Worklink. This includes businesses and industries, students, individuals with disabilities, Veterans, TANF recipients, migrant and seasonal farm workers, unemployed, underemployed and employed individuals. Everyone can access the services of Peninsula Worklink…free of charge.
For the worker or job seeker, there are three levels of services available through Peninsula Worklink. Customers can move from one level to the next or receive services from more than one level, depending on their needs. The first level is core services, usually self-directed in nature, and available to everyone without any eligibility requirements.
Intensive services, as well as training, are available subject to program eligibility and funding limitations.
The Commonwealth of Virginia has posted the Combined State Plan for Workforce Development under the WIOA.
Public comment period will close March 14, 2016
Read the plan at http://www.elevatevirginia.org/state-plan
Peninsula Worklink Location
- 600 Butler Farm Road
- Hampton, Virginia 23666
- Phone: 757.766.4900
- Fax: 757.766.4939
- Administrative Office Hours:
- Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
- One-Stop Center Resource Room Hours:
- Monday thru Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
- (except Wednesday)
- Open Wednesday: 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
SHARE Network Access Points (SNAPs)
The spirit of volunteerism
Can’t find a Peninsula Worklink in your area? We’ve teamed up with a host of volunteers and our community partners to provide satellite access points that offer job search services. Our SHARE [Sharing How Access to Resources Empowers] Network was recognized by the State Workforce Agency as “The SHARE Network Team of the Year” Award for Outstanding Achievements Increasing Access to Workforce Services in the Commonwealth of Virginia. If you’ve been laid off or are looking for work, visit one of our SNAPs and tap into a job search services and resources.
Click here to view SNAP Locations and Site Information