Search for one of more than 15,000 open jobs in the Memphis area at jobs4tn.gov.
Are you between 16 and 24 and looking for a summer or full-time job with Memphis employers? Visit HireMemphis.org.
Visit our Workforce Investment Network at workforceinvestmentnetwork.com, or at any of our job centers (480 Beale, 3040 Walnut Grove Road or 4240 Hickory Hill Road).
WIN is here to help you find a job, obtain new skills, or get the training you need to move ahead in the workplace. We work with individuals (16 years and up) of all backgrounds and skill sets.
And best of all? Our services are FREE.
We may be able to get your record cleared. The city can help you with the process and provide skills training -- and Mayor Strickland will pay the fee. Call our Office of Community Affairs at 576-6203 to see if you're eligible.
Visit TNPromise.gov. Tennessee is the first state in the nation to offer a FREE community college education to everyone.
That includes adults who want to go back to school, too. Learn more by visiting the Tennessee Reconnect program.
Visit tcatmemphis.com to learn more about the Tennessee College of Applied Technology -- which can be free to attend.
Check out TCAT's programs here, along with salary ranges and the local job market for each. You can learn skills in specific programs such as aircraft mechanic, barbering, welding and heating/ventilation/air conditioning repair.
You can also receive free education and training at Dr. Benjamin L. Hooks Job Corps.
Call 2-1-1. That's our LINC 211 service, which exists to connect you with community services such as mental health, transportation, food, utility assistance and literacy programs.
LINC 211 maintains an online database of resources here.