Professional Development
& Client Resources

Professional Development

The Career Advancement & Resource Education (CARE) program provides clients with instruction on personal finances, personal branding and navigating social media. CARE program instructors prearrange dates and times to visit referral partners to provide the training classes.

Personal Finance
Concerned about your money? Need help building a budget, opening an account or applying for a loan? Our instructors can answer your questions.

Personal Branding
What is your brand? Can you confidently give a brief summary of who you are? Does your online presence reflect your personal brand?

Navigating Social Media
Do you utilize LinkedIn effectively in your job search? Did you know candidates may be passed over for a job because of how they represent themselves on Facebook or Twitter?

The Career Advancement & Resource Education (CARE) program is currently offered at select referral partner locations. To learn more, please contact Angela Madeira, Training Manager, at 717-232-1333 ext. 104.

Volunteer at Suits to Careers, Inc.

There are multiple articles available arguing that volunteering during unemployment can fill gaps in your resume while providing you with valuable professional experience.

Suits to Careers, Inc. reguarly needs volunteer support, and we would love to have you engage with our organization, giving back to others in your community.
Want to learn more about how to volunteer at Suits to Careers, Inc? Visit our volunteer page to view current opportunities and fill out a volunteer application.

Questions or concerns? Contact Angela
717-232-1333 ext. 104

Client Resources

Job Search Sites

Indeed - A popular job search site, Indeed, allows you to sort by location, job type, salary estimate, date, and company.

Job Search Engine for Career Center - (powered by Monster) Designed by Dress for Success Worldwide, it provides the opportunity to search jobs based upon job title, location, and your experience level.

LinkedIn - Not just a job search site, LinkedIn provides you the opportunity to create a profile for potential employers to peruse as well as a place to find a wealth of articles on job searching & employment.

LiveCareer - Alongside its job databse, you can access a resume builder, cover letter builder, interview videos, career assesment test and much more!

Monster - Provides a job search tool as well as articles on careers, salary and benefits, personal finance, and interviews.

PANO Job Board - The Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations provides a Career Center for job seekers including a job board, and career resources center.

Simply Hired - Search open positions and local area job fairs. Upload your resume for companies to view.

Veteran Staffing Network - Job board providing veterans, National Guard, Reserves, wounded warriors and their spouses with diversified temp-to-perm and direct-hire solutions.

Interview Tips

Several Days Before the Interview
  • Learn as much as you can about the company.
  • Review your resume.
  • Be prepared to respond to standard interview questions.
  • Be prepared for off-the-wall questions.
  • Practice answering interview questions out loud.
  • Prepare your list of questions for the interviewer.
  • Complete a list of 2-3 professional references.

The Day Before the Interview
  • Make travel plans and review details including where you're going and who will be interviewing you.
  • Buy the subway, bus or train ticket, fill your car with gas or reconfirm transporation plans.
  • Decide what you will wear and check that it is clean, pressed and professional.
  • Confirm child care plans and back-up plans.

The Night Before the Interview
  • Check the weather forecast in case you need an umbrella.
  • Plan how you will wear accessories, wear your hair and do your makeup.
  • Do as much preparation the night before as possible (pack your bag, print your references).
  • Relax and go to bed early.

The Day of the Interview:
  • Turn off your cell phone.
  • Aim to arrive 10 minutes early. If you arrive earlier, take a walk or wait outside.
  • Once at the interview, observe your surroundings to get a feel for the workplace. Do you like it?
  • Be courteous to everyone.

After the Interview:
  • Send the interviewer a thank-you note within 48 hours of your interview. Use this opportunity to restate your qualifications and interest in the positon.