Empowering refugees to become self-sufficient.
Journey’s End provides job placement services for refugees through the Refugee Social Services Program.
Our dedicated and diverse team of employment specialists support clients throughout their job search process, assist them in securing job placements and provide ongoing supports to ensure job retention.
Our transitional case manager helps clients reduce barriers to employment.
To speak with one of our multi-lingual employment specialists, please visit drop-in hours.
WHO: Refugees, asylees, Cuban Haitian entrants, Amerasian immigrants, parolees, pre-certified or certified victims of human trafficking, and SIV holders ages 16 and up who have been in the country less than five years
WHEN: Tuesdays 9:30AM-12:30PM and Thursdays 1:00PM-3:00PM
WHERE: Journey's End Main Office - 2495 Main St, Suite 530 Buffalo NY 14214
DETAILS: Please bring your I-94, SSN, and any information regarding your work history that you may have available.
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