From libraries and churches to a correctional center and court service unit, Hampton has a growing number of locations where people looking for work can get help from trained men and women when they need to use a computer, complete a job application, create a resume or connect with other online employment services.
The Peninsula Council for Workforce Development is working with volunteers and community partners, including Hampton’s Economic Development Department and the city’s library system, to provide unique SHARE Network Access Points, or SNAPs, that can help with a job search. SHARE stands for “Sharing How Access to Resources Empowers.”
You can go online to learn more about the Council for Workforce Development and the more than 30 access points across the region. Visit the Peninsula Council’s website for specific days of the week and time of day when help will be available at each access point.