Norwich Works: Work, Education & Training

Providing Services to Help Improve the Quality of Life in our Community

Our Mission

To provide job training and employment services to the area’s unemployed or underemployed individuals which will enable them to enter the workforce and obtain economic security. 

Program Summary

The Norwich Works Program at Norwich Human Services is a successful employment and training program. Norwich residents may be eligible for up to $1,500.00 to become certified in a trade. 

Workforce Development

Grants available to help pay for training courses.

Many opportunities are available to become certified in a trade, allowing graduates to enter the workforce to improve their financial stability.  

Norwich Works is unique in that only Norwich residents are eligible for the program as it is a supported by a Community Development Block Grant which targets low to moderate-income residents. In addition, Norwich Human Services receives community grants from local banks that seek to support local residents. 

Certifications

Certified Nurses Aide, EKG Technician, Phlebotomy Technician, Pharmacy Technician, EMT, Manufacturing, OSHA

*Some programs require applicants to pass an entrance exam before enrollment

Funders

Community Development Block Grant, Dime Bank Foundation, Liberty Bank Foundation, Easter Savings Bank Foundation, Chelsea Groton Foundation, Savings Institute Financial Group Foundation

Contact

Hector Sanchez, Employment Specialist

100 Broadway Room 212
Norwich, CT  06360

Ph: (860) 823-3778
Fax: (860) 823-3793

If able, please bring the Norwich Works Intake form to your appointment.