View council vacancies and apprenticeship opportunities, and find careers advice and training opportunities in the borough. At the Griffith Careers and Employment Service, we provide a range of solutions for students, graduates, businesses and staff. If you’re a student, we can help you plan your career and find work. If you’re an employer, we can assist with recruiting our students, advertising a position or becoming a mentor. Through our premium recruitment service Unitemps, we provide businesses with comprehensive staffing solutions, as well as employment opportunities for Griffith students and graduates. For Griffith staff, we help embed employability and career development into student learning.

The Nonprofit Expo is an opportunity to explore the wide world of nonprofits, hear from professionals about their paths, connect with organizations offering internships and jobs. Alumni working in nonprofits will offer career coaching, resume reviews and share the best ways to market your skills. Veterans and eligible spouses are given priority of service for the receipt of employment, training and placement services provided under most Maine Department of Labor-funded programs.

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The Career Center can help. Our services and programs will put you on track for career success. From resume tips and mock interviews to career fairs to internships and job postings, we can help prepare you for your future career. Megan Schmidt, who recently graduated from Quincy High School, said she hasn’t decided what career to pursue, but she liked learning about the wide range of job opportunities available in the Quincy area.

Maine CareerCenters provide a variety of employment and training services at no charge for Maine workers and businesses. When you visit your local CareerCenter you have access to computers, wireless internet access (WiFi), and knowledgeable staff who are ready to help you with your job search. Job opportunities exist nationwide. The National Careers Service operates through many different organisations (with some services being contracted out) across the UK.

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