As Americans go back to work, here are all the resources you need to get a job and free government trainings in Washington DC

Here are all the resources you would need, not only get a training funded by the government of the District of Columbia, but also land a job in DC.

You may have recently moved into Washington DC and may not be familiar with the resources available to DC residents to land a job or get a training to land a job. As most people who get here newly, you may be wondering, where do I even begin? How do I get the required skills to get a job in Washington DC? Where should I go? Who can I talk to to get a job in Washington DC? Are there free training programs to get a job in Washington DC? Can I get a case manager right now free of any charges who can help me navigate through all of these programs?

Getting a job in DC is easier than you think. But it may seem complicated if you’re newly here and do not know where to begin.

The Internet will provide so much information that you may end up being confused, when what you actually want is to get specific information about the jobs available, the trainings available, the resources available, the people in charge and how to contact them via emails or phone calls.

Getting that specific knowledge is vital when you want to get a job, not wasting time reading millions of books or reading things that are not relevant to you being in DC and getting a job in DC.

Believe me, I was there, bombarded by information, or should I say, bombarded by general information but not having that specific knowledge that I needed to get started. That’s why I decided to summarize it here based on an orientation training I did on November 22, 2021, with DC officials. I am just giving you all the information they gave me so you do not need to go through the same hassle.

Here are all the resources you would need, not only get a training funded by the government of the District of Columbia, but also land a job in DC.

  1. The first thing you must do is to register with the DC job application platform known as dcnetworks.org. But before registering there, you need to ensure that you’re a resident of the District of Columbia. Those two things are key. You need to be a resident of DC and you need to register with dcnetworks.org. If you are not a resident of DC and you’re not registered with dcnetworks.org, you will not get the assistance you need from the government in DC to get free trainings and to get a job in DC. You will need to look for a job on your own. So, keep that in mind.

2. The second thing you will need to do is to complete an orientation training, like the one I did on November 22, 2021. Registering with dcnetworks.org will also tell you when the orientation training takes place.

3. The third thing you would need to do after that is to request to be given a case manager for free. After the orientation, you will receive an email from the officials who will tell you exactly how to get a case manager for free.

That case manager will provide you all the information you need to get started, get a training, paid trainings and connect you to all the resources that you need.

As most people who moved into DC, I did not know this and the internet does not really provide specific information. I have compiled all the resources you need here in screenshots following a presentation by Vanessa Ingram.

You can also contact us or email contactus@todaynewsafrica.com to get you connected with the people who will provide the resources to you based on the process we have come to know so far.

Below are screenshots of all the information you would need about opportunities and government resources to get a job in Washington DC.

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Simon Ateba is Chief White House Correspondent for Today News Africa. Simon covers President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, the U.S. government, the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and other financial and international institutions in Washington D.C. and New York City.

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