The Employment Center is Open for Front Lobby Services and One-to-One Appointments with Career Counselors.
Career seekers and employers may call 631-853-6600 for staff-assisted job or talent search. For virtual/self-directed job or talent search, please
Unemployment Insurance Benefits information and claim applications are only available online or by telephone through the New York State Department of Labor. Click NY State Unemployment Insurance link to begin.
The Department of Labor, Licensing and Consumer Affairs promotes the health, safety and economic well-being of both the business community and public alike. Quality job training, job development, placement and supportive services are provided for the unemployed, underemployed and public assistance population of Suffolk County.
The Business Community is supported with economic and labor market data, recruitment services and hiring incentives.
Occupational licensing, industry and local law regulation and enforcement serves industry and the consumer, promoting high standards of integrity and ensuring equity in the marketplace.
* Auxiliary aids and services available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Division of Consumer Affairs
Taxi & Limousine Commission
Use our Virtual Career & Talent Center to promote in-demand jobs and search for local talent
Use our Virtual Career & Talent Center to search local jobs, research in-demand occupations, build a resume and be matched with employers.
The center supplies the job seeking customer with all the tools necessary for a self-directed or staff-assisted job search, and provides employers with facilities and workforce support.
A boutique located at the Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center that offers individuals proper business attire for upcoming interviews without a charge.
Showcasing diverse and amazing people and their Long Island career pathways. A Classroom to Careers companion program.
Offering Employment Related Services to Suffolk County Youth.
Are you struggling to make ends meet? Are you widowed, divorced, separated, & unemployed, or underemployed?
Helping criminal justice-involved individuals prepare to enter and re-enter today’s workforce.
The goals of the Ticket to Work Program are to: Offer beneficiaries with disabilities expanded choices when seeking service and supports to enter, re-enter, and/or maintain employment.
Assisting individuals and families that qualify for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Safety Net Assistance (SN), and/or receiving Supplemental Assistance Nutrition Program (SNAP) benefits.
Future-proof your career through thousands of free, online upskilling programs. Available through New York State Department of Labor.
Classroom to Careers, a virtual program, identifies attainable local industry jobs and opportunities, helping familiarize students with rewarding future job possibilities.
Classroom to Careers (C2C)
Community Resource Centers
Gold Card For Post 9/11 Veterans
Jobs At a Glance
LI Regional Draft Plan
Requesting a Letter of Support
July 1, 2021 – June 302025 PLAN NOTIFICATION
2021-2025 Local WIOA Plan
Employment Related Services
One-Stop Employment Center Operator
Grant Writing Services