Job seekers may access comprehensive services at our Gleasner Hall location (facing Youngs Road) including: Trade Act assistance for eligible customers, Microsoft Office 2010 computer classes, career preparation workshops, resume assistance, tuition grants for eligible students, networking groups, career counseling, job search assistance, high speed Internet access for job searching, labor market information, free postage for correspondence to businesses for job searching purposes, and referrals to other federal, state and local agencies. Registration is required for all computer classes and most career development classes. First-time customers should attend a One Stop Orientation prior to accessing other services.
Please note, Unemployment Insurance is not handled locally and we are not able to assist with Unemployment Insurance claims. To file an Unemployment Insurance claim online, please visit www.labor.ny.gov. You may also call 1-888-209-8124 in state or 1-877-358-5306 out of state.
We have a wide variety of services and workshops available during our normal business hours. Please register online at http://elinks.ecc.edu/onestop/.
The ECC One Stop has an extensive clothing boutique of donated men's and women's business clothes available at our Gleasner Hall, Room 166 location for individuals who need clothes for work. Please contact Rosemary Dudek at email@example.com for more information about our cost-free clothing boutique.
A great way to improve your computer skills is to enroll in a free computer course. Remedial noncredit keyboarding and Microsoft computer workshops are offered at a variety of campus locations. Please check the schedule for room assignments. Courses require a minimum enrollment in order to run. ECC reserves the right to cancel any course for which there is insufficient enrollment or attendance and to withdraw or modify course offerings.
The Erie Community College One Stop is funded by the Buffalo and Erie County Workforce Development Consortium, Inc. on behalf of the Workforce Investment Board of Buffalo and Erie County, Inc. Other nonprofit partner agencies are housed onsite to assist job seekers including the New York State Department of Labor, Supportive Services Corporation, Workforce Development Consortium Business and Youth Services representatives, and more. We are an equal opportunity employer program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.