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Finding the right career opportunity can be a challenge, so we're here to help guide you to the right resource. Our strategic partnerships (and Rhode Island's workforce system at large) offer many programs that can help you with career services, counseling, education programs, training, and a range of other supports designed to help you meet your career goals.


Prefer to access job assistance services from home? is the state’s online career service platform that offers a range of free job assistance services including an online job board, individual skills analysis, training programs, and industry profiles and labor market information. Learn more here about: Employ RI

Skills For Rhode Island's Future LogoSkills for Rhode Island’s Future (Skills RI) works directly with employers and training providers to identify unmet workforce needs and recruit trained candidates to fulfill them. Skills RI specializes in connecting job seekers from unemployed and traditionally underserved or underrepresented populations to employment opportunities. Learn more about: Skills for RI


The state’s four netWORKri career centers are located regionally throughout Rhode Island. The netWORKri career centers provide a variety of free services, including working with experienced career counselors, job matching services, short-term training and workshops, and job search skills such as resume and cover letter writing and interview preparation. Learn more at netWORKri


Learn more about Labor Market Information and data here

Access Unemployment Insurance information and services here


Are you a young person who is still exploring your career options? We can help — by connecting you to career paths that interest you, and by helping you access the support and resources to pursue them. Programs and services include career exploration, education and skill needs, internships and work experience, and other learning, leadership, and job readiness services.

Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people earn a high school diploma or GED, identify a career path of interest, and find and keep a sustainable job. For eligible young people at least 16 years of age, Job Corps provides the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life. Learn more here at Exeter Job Corps Center

Utilize the Way To Go RI tool to explore career and education paths, create your own profile, and access resources. Click here to learn more

Search and apply for internship opportunities and access related resources with the free tools here.