Helping residents of St. Louis find employment
"Assisting individuals with limited opportunities to self-sufficiency."
Employment Connection was founded in 1977 after a study by the Young Lawyers Division of the Bar Association of Metropolitan Saint Louis (BAMSL) discovered that employed ex-offenders were 66% less likely to return to incarceration. Our agency immediately began work to reduce recidivism.
Employment Connection is a nonprofit St. Louis community asset that breaks down barriers to self-sufficiency for individuals with limited opportunities including the homeless, ex-offenders, U.S. veterans, high school dropouts, women on welfare, and at-risk youth.
Offering more than just a job, Employment Connection provides valuable resources, training, and support to inspire and empower clients to change their circumstances and become employed.
Welcome to Employment Connection.
In 1980, Employment Connection became a full United Way member agency and expanded its service beyond ex-offenders by assisting recovering substance abusers, the homeless, high school dropouts, women on welfare, U.S. veterans, and non-custodial fathers. Today Employment Connection assists nearly 2,000 individuals who have barriers to employment every year.
Our Clients Include:
TANF and Food Stamp Recipients
High School Dropouts
Adults with Literacy Deficiencies
Women on Welfare
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2838 MARKET STREET
ST. LOUIS, MO 63103
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