New Choices Career Development Program
Join us, Thursday, March 21, for "Designer Bag Bingo" to support New Choices educational programs.
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Your journey to career success.
New Choices is a free, statewide career development course with 30 years of success in empowering Pennsylvanians with the skills, resources and support they need to find meaningful employment. Through in-person and virtual classes and one-on-one career coaching, the program is designed to give participants individualized attention and training to help each person achieve
personally and professionally.
Through New Choices, job seekers undergo career exploration, set professional goals, develop a winning resume, practice interviewing techniques, and navigate the job search process. Ultimately, our New Choices clients join a community that provides the expertise and support that builds confidence and leads to success.
Upcoming Program Schedule
Classes run upon request of students. We offer virtual, in-person and hybrid classes.
In-person Classes from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (approximately):
- February 13-15
- March 19-21
- April 16-18
- May 14-16
- June 18-20
Microsoft Word Training 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Dates to come
- Always available and are scheduled individually
- Please call Audrey at
To register for an upcoming program or to receive information, please use our quick registration form or call
New Choices Curriculum
- Career assessment
- Career counseling/Planning
- Résumé preparation
- Interview Instruction/Practice
- Skills identification
- Job Search Strategy and Labor Market Trends
- Referrals/connections to community resources
- Exploration of Education/Training Resources
- LinkedIn Assistance/Review
- Salary negotiation
- Word and Excel Training
New Choices has been offering career services for 39 years to clients from all backgrounds. Each year, at least 75% of our students are successful in obtaining work or furthering their education.
New Choices is a program of Pennsylvania Women Work and is provided at no cost to all job-seekers thanks to funding from the Department of Labor and Industry.
Looking for a different New Choices site?
New Choices is a statewide program, funded by the Department of Labor and Industry. Check out our Statewide New Choices page to find a site in your area that can help you succeed in your job search.
Want to give back? Click the donate button above, then after entering an amount, hit next. On the next page, there is a "giving options" drop box. Select New Choices to ensure your donation goes toward the program. Your donations are tax deductible, and provide vital resources for our students.