Connecticut has launched a new online jobs portal aimed at assisting state residents — and those seeking to move here — in the process of finding a job.
The new portal - jobs.ct.gov - joins health.ct.gov and business.ct.gov as the next service category in Connecticut's ongoing evolution toward a more digital state government that streamlines and improves access to state services and resources.
If you're struggling to pay utility bills, there is still time to apply to Operation Fuel for help.
Great news! As House Chair of Connecticut General Assembly’s Bonding Subcommittee, I worked closely with Governor Ned Lamont and Speaker of the House Matt Ritter to secure nearly $17.5 million in funding for Waterbury from the State Bond Commission for a number of city projects.
Great news! CareerConneCT is expanding its intake portal. The goal of CareerConneCT is to provide underemployed and unemployed Connecticut residents with resources and training necessary for the pursuit of a well-paying, high-quality career path. The program provides free job training, case management, supportive services, and employment assistance.