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Augusta CareerCenter

The Augusta CareerCenter is part of the statewide CareerCenter network that provides a variety of employment and training services at no charge for Maine workers and businesses.

Maine Veterans receive priority of service in all CareerCenter programs.

Community Links


211 is a searchable on-line database of community resources containing information on 5,000+ human services. It is the place to turn to when trying to find help.

Central/Western Maine Workforce Board
Consumers for Affordable Healthcare

Guide to health care resource directory.

Disability Program Navigators

A collaboration between the Department of Labor and the Social Security Administration, The Disability Navigator program is a service of the CareerCenter for people with disabilities to help them "navigate" through the many work-related programs and services available at Maine CareerCenters.

Food Pantries Across the State
Free Computer Tutorials

Baycon Group provides tutorials on a growing list of computer-related topics. All tutorials are in depth, comprehensive, online, and -- best of all -- absolutely free.

Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce

Augusta area chamber news and events.

Local Resources

A list of some programs in Maine that may be able to help with your utility and fuel costs. Also lists other programs that may help in certain circumstances.

Microsoft Office Tutorials

Official Site offering tutorials in both 2003 and 2007 versions of the software

Mid Maine Chamber of Commerce

Waterville area chamber news and events.

Office of Disability Employment Policy-DOL

US Dept. of Labor web site for disability employment policy,which is profiling individuals and businesses who have been served by workforce programs for people with disabilities. The feature is intended to dispel misconceptions about workers with disabilities by showcasing real faces and success stories.

SCORE's Web Site for Baby Boomers

"Counselors to America's Small Business" unveiled a new section of its Web site specifically geared for baby boomer and retirement age entrepreneurs over 50. This page offers articles on transitioning to start a business while evaluating retirement options.

Seasoned Worker Web Site
State Library's Free Classes
Women, Work & Community--Augusta

They offer many services including workshops on Career Exploration: Paying the Bills and Feeding the Soul,Introduction to Starting a Business,and a Self-Esteem Workshop.

Women, Work & Community--Waterville

Workshops such as: Building Self-Esteem, Assertive Communication, Career Exploration: Paying the Bills and Feeding the Soul, and Financing Your Future: Managing Your Money to Reach Your Goals