To ensure that workers are properly prepared for current and future jobs in the County, our education and training efforts are designed to move workers into high demand industries and occupations in the county. Delaware County has long had a model career assessment and counseling process. We begin helping job seekers assess their interests, values, skills and potential barriers to employment in Core Services to aid them in finding the work and training opportunities where they will be most successful.

Individual appointments for career guidance, vocational assessment, employment planning, resume review and mock interviews are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Our staff are experienced, qualified individuals who are highly invested in providing guidance to participants who are navigating career pathways and the job market. WorkKeys®, a job skills assessment system, is available to participants upon request. It measures "real world" workplace skills that employers believe are critical to success on the job. Scores may lead to earning a National Career Readiness Certificate. Participation in WorkKeys® is supported via information sessions, staff guidance and access to the KeyTrain® online learning system. This allows participants to pre-qualify and build skills before taking WorkKeys®. WorkKeys® has been developed by ACT™, an international leader in educational assessment.

Please review our Individual Training Account Policy and contact:

Chester, PA CareerLink®
Workforce Entry Center
701 Crosby Street, Suite B   
Chester, Pa 19013
Phone: 610-447-1675
Fax: 610-447-3173
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm

Summer Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 8:00am-4:00pm


Map to the Chester CareerLink® Office Map

Chester Workshop Calendar

DCCC CareerLink®
Workforce Entry Center
Delaware County Community College   
901 South Media Line Road   
Media, Pa 19063
Phone: 610-723-6000
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm

Summer Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:00am-4:00pm


Map to the Media CareerLink® Office Map

DCCC Workshop Calendar


Upgrade Your Skills

To be competitive in today’s job market, you must continually update your skills. This can mean obtaining a diploma, certification or degree. It can also mean taking individual classes and workshops to upgrade your skills. Regardless, we can help you find the education and training you’re seeking.

More Information and Advice

Getting Your GED

If you need help paying for school, also check out our Financial Aid Page.

The Delaware County Workforce Investment Board and PA CareerLink© of Delaware County are not affiliated with any companies, web sites, or agencies listed on this page unless indicated.