Career Center Registration
If other than English, do you need an interpreter?
If you are a male born after Dec. 31, 1959, are you registered with the U.S. Military Selective Service?
New York State Driver's License Number or NYS Non-Driver License ID Number*
Or other verification of date of birth using acceptable source document
Are you a U.S. Citizen?
If no, are you authorized to work in the US?
Are you a foster child or have you aged out of the foster care system?
Are you pregnant or parenting?
Ethnicity / Race
Note: The Ethnicity and Race questions are voluntary. Information is confidential and will only be used for record keeping and affirmative action requirements. You will not be penalized if you do not want to answer.
Race (Select all that apply)
Are you a High School Dropout?
Note: IEP Diploma/Disabled with Certification disclosure is voluntary. You will not be penalized for nondisclosure of IEP Diploma/Disabled with certification of attendance/completion
If College, check all that apply
Are you attending a secondary, post-secondary, vocational, technical or academic school full-time?*
Are you between terms, do you intend to return to school?
Are you currently employed?*
If you are employed, have you received notice of termination or are you a transition service member?
Have you applied for unemployment?
Are you currently claiming Unemployment Insurance Benefits?
Note: Veterans and "eligible spouses" receive priority of service.
Did you serve in the United States Armed Forces?*
Are you an eligible spouse of a veteran?*
Check your work preferences
Minimum acceptable wage required.
Which shift(s) are you willing to work? Check all that apply.
Are you a Migrant or Seasonal Farm Worker? * (for definitions please see staff or Supplemental Questionnaire)
Acceptable Job Locations
I am willing to work within the following zip code, county or state* (check the number of miles and write the zip code)
You can use the link below for job titles and descriptions:
Training Assistance Objectives
Job Skills and Qualifications
List at least 1*
Include skills and abilities that you used in your job(s), volunteer work, personal experiences or that you have acquired through school or training. Examples: laboratory techniques, carpentry, welding, ability to read blueprints, typing, and computer skills such as word processing software, programming languages, or computer assisted design. Also, include languages in which you are fluent.
Have you ever been employed?
If you have job experience, please put as much detail in this section as possible to improve our chances of helping you find work. Enter the most recent employment first. Complete all required items for each employer.