Career Development Department
The Career Development Office provides prevocational and vocational services to help people with chronic mental illness develop the skills and confidence required to find and keep a job in the competitive marketplace. Services include resume writing workshops, mock interviews, individualized assistance with job searches, and job placement. Individuals with a demonstrated need may also qualify for free interview clothes and transportation to job interviews. Supported Education services are available for those interested in returning to school. GED classes and tutoring are offered on campus through a collaboration with New Haven Adult Education. Agency Staff are available to provide assistance with enrolling in post-secondary education and job training programs. For individuals interested in work in the restaurant industry, Fellowship Place operates a six-month Food Service training program, which leads to SevSafe certification.
For more information, or to make a referral, please contact Director of Career Development Services
Sandi Sibilio at (203) 401-4227 x 1209 or firstname.lastname@example.org.