Job Seeker Services

We provide a full range of vocational services with the ultimate goal of helping individuals find employment.

Who We Serve

We specialize in serving job seekers with neurological conditions; including but not limited to, traumatic brain injuries, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and other neurological disabilities

When To Come?

NVSU counselors reserve their Tuesday schedules to meet with new clients. Please arrive on any Tuesday at 10:30 am to get started. No appointments necessary. 401 Broadway Suite 2088 Seattle WA 98104

You may download and fill out our intake paperwork here: Intake Packet

3 Easy Steps to Get Started

Step 1: Intake with NVSU – One-on-one meeting with counselor

Step 2: Orientation – Get connected with state funding resources

Step 3: NVSU vocational services begins!

Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation

Assists our job seekers in setting job goals by utilizing a battery of assessment tools. Our evaluation provides the client with a structured job goal based on their preferences, skill set, and labor market trends.

Community Based Assessment

Community Based Assessment enables our job seekers to explore work opportunities specific to their goals on a short-term job try out.

Individual Job Placement

Our job placement supports clients with job search activities and finding work tailored to meet the client’s skill set and needs. Services include providing resume, cover letter and interview support, as well as identifying and developing job opportunities with local employers.

Job Club

The Job Club hold twice weekly meetings to educate and train our job seekers on proven strategies for being effective in the job search. Examples of topics include job search strategies, resume and cover letter composition, mastering the interview, disclosing a disability and many more. We also often bring in guest speakers from the human resources field to share their tips and expertise.

Job Retention

Provided to newly employed workers to help them succeed on the job. A job coach may accompany the client on the job and assist them to be successful keeping the job retention high.

Social Skills [On Hold: resuming soon]

Provided to individuals of all disabilities who are seeking to improve their communications skills and listening skills and to become more comfortable with their social skills.  With 50% of job losses being the result of interpersonal challenges, this group can assist individuals to not only secure a job offer, but also to maintain employment.