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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?*

Employment Preferences

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)


Employment Objectives

You can use the link below for job titles and descriptions:

Training Assistance Objectives


Job Skills and Qualifications

List at least 1*

Job skills

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.


Work History

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.

Work History 1

Add another work history

Work History 2


Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA)


Have you been notified by the New York State Department of Labor (received Form TA722) that you are eligible for Trade Adjustment Assistance?

If No, were you separated from your employment due to foreign trade?

Driver's License

Do you have a driver's license?


What type of license do you have?


Do you need public transportation to get to a job?

Do you have reliable transportation to and from work?


Do you have an occupational certificate or license?*

Add another Certificate/License


Do you have a college degree, diploma, or educational certificate?*

Add More Degrees or Diplomas
Training Objectives

Training Objectives and History

Have you previously registered with HempsteadWorks?

Supplemental Questionnaire
Additional Information & Program Eligibility

Please answer these questions to help us determine if you qualify for other Workforce System programs and services.  This information is confidential and will only be used to determine further program eligibility, federal reporting requirements for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act - funded programs, and affirmative action requirements.  We would like you to complete this form so we can help you better.  However, answers are voluntary.

1.  Are you or any member of your family receiving any Public Assistance/Low Income?

Check all that apply:

Low income individual with a total family income that does not exceed the higher of:

2.  Are you a person with a disability?

If yes, do you have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of your major life activities?

3.  Are you a migrant or Seasonal Farm Worker?

If yes, check one of the following:

4.  Are you a spouse of a US Armed forces member on active duty and lost your job as a direct result of relocation due to a permanent change in your spouse's duty station?

5.  Are you a Displaced Homemaker?

Have you been providing unpaid services to family members in the home and:

  • Depended on the income of another family member but are no longer supported by that income, or are the dependent spouse of a member of the military on active duty and whose family income is significantly reduced due to a deployment, a call or order to active duty, or the death or disability of the member, AND

  • Are unemployed or underemployed and are having trouble finding or keeping employment.

6.  Are you a single parent?

Are you a single, separated, divorced or widowed person who has primary responsibility for one or more dependent children under age 18 (including single pregnant women)?

7.  Are you homeless?

Do you lack a permanent and suitable nighttime residence?  This includes:

  • Sharing housing with other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship or a similar reason

  • Living in a motel, hotel, trailer park or campground due to a lack of other suitable options

  • Living in an emergency or temporary shelter

  • Abandoned in a hospital

  • Awaiting foster care placement, or

  • Having a main nighttime residence that is a public or private place such as a car, park, abandoned building, bus or train station, airport or campground.

8.  Are you an ex-offender?

Were you subject to any stage of the criminal justice process?  Do you need help overcoming barriers to employment resulting from a record of arrest or conviction for crimes against persons or property, status offenses or other crimes.

9.  Are you an English Language Learner?

Do you have limited ability in speaking, reading, writing or understanding English?  Do you meet one of the following two conditions?

  • Is your native language a language other than English?

  • Do you live in a family or community where a language other than English is the main language?

10.  Do you think you have a cultural barrier?

Do you have attitudes, beliefs, customs or practices that may make it hard for you to find work?

11.  Do you lack basic skills?

Are you unable to solve problems, or read, write, or speak English at a level necessary to function on the job, in your family, or in society?

I hereby certify that all of the information provided by me on this form is correct, accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge. 

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act financially assisted program is an equal opportunity employer / program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. To request reasonable accommodation, please call Maria Lombardi at (516) 485-5000 ext. 1113.

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