Employment Services


General Information


What is provided:
  • One-on-one support to unemployed/displaced workers, including provision of information and referrals
  • Individual and group instruction on job-search skills, including resume writing, on-line job applications, job-seeking strategies, and preparation for job fairs and interviews
  • Resources, including the Job Seekers Resource Guide


Locations/contact info:
  • KVCAP Waterville office, located at 97 Water Street - call Danielle Lee at 859-1547 or 1-800-542-8227 Ext. 1547 to schedule an appointment.

  • KVCAP Skowhegan office, located at 26 Mary Street – call Dana Hamilton at 859-2545 or 1-800-542-8227 to schedule an appointment.
  • Office visits are also available on Tuesdays from 1:00pm – 5:00pm at the Waterville Public Library located at 73 Elm St. Call 680-2603 to schedule an appointment.

Job Fair Tips:

Dress professionally
Have up to date copies of resume and business cards
Research companies that you are interested in
Be prepared to give a 30-60 second summary of your qualifications/skills
Collect business cards from employers you make contact with and send them “thank you” notes within 48-72 hours after fair



Ken-Som Transition Team

Serving Kennebec and Somerset Counties

Role of the Team:

  • Serves as a provider of information, resources and support to people who have been laid off from work.
  • Works closely with Maine Department of Labor’s Rapid Response Team to provide informational workshops and other resources based upon the needs of the workers.
  • Maintains an updated Community Resource Guide for Job Seekers
  • Assists in the coordination of area job fairs.
  • Updates members about job lay-offs in the service area as well as other events, trends and activities that affect job seekers and their families. 

Members Include Representatives from:

  • Senator Susan Collins’s Office
  • State and Federal Agencies such as Department of Labor
  • Area Municipal offices
  • Educational/post-secondary institutions
  • Health and Social Service agencies
  • Workforce Development and Training organizations


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