NH Department of Employment Security
Employment services include job listings, upcoming job fairs, free job-seeker resource materials, unemployment compensation, Trade Adjustment Assistance, veterans services, economic and labor market information, and many other services. Employers may access free employer services.
Community Action Programs (CAPs)
Services include training and education programs, economic and workforce development, energy assistance, health, food, and nutrition assistance, Hispanic/Latino community services, housing and homeless programs, Welfare-to-Work programs, and other various supportive and volunteer services. Get information on Eligible Training Providers for training funded by the Workforce Investment Act. For services in your area click on the links below:
Southern New Hampshire Services, Hillsborough County
NH Department of Education
Adults, aged 16 and over, who do not have a high school diploma, GED, do not speak, read, or write English, and are not currently enrolled in school may seek services through the department's adult education programs. Individuals with disabilities may access services with vocational rehabilitation. Youths, aged 14 to 21, may enroll in programs funded by the Workforce Investment Act. Other information and statistics on NH schools are also available.
NH Department of Labor
NH Department of Health and Human Services
NH Dept of Resources and Economic Development
Find out about new economic ventures, how to start a business, and other economic development initiatives.
Community College System of NH
Discover the opportunities available at the eight different campuses, or find a satelite location near you. Education lasts a lifetime.