Employment & Training

The Limited English Proficient Pathway provides English as a Second Language classes and employment training and services to help individuals find and keep a job.

The Refugee Special Employment Needs program helps refugees with substantial barriers to employment receive intensive case management, social adjustment counseling, and employment placement services.  This program targets new arrivals and refugees with low English skills.

The ORIA Basic Food Employment & Training program helps people receiving Basic Food benefits get jobs through voluntary participation in job search, training, education, or workfare activities that promote self-sufficiency. ORIA works in partnership with the State’s BFET program to ensure that refugees in the U.S. five years access this available service.