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Employment Connection 2008

Annual Report
To The Community

Assisting individuals with limited opportunities


to self-sufficiency through employment
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Mission and Vision

Mission Statement
To assist persons with limited opportunities to self-
sufficiency through employment.

Vision
To be the premier placement, retention, career development and
advancement program for persons with barriers to employment,
empowering them to take charge of their lives and fulfill the needs of
the Saint Louis region business community.

Employment Connection is pleased to be fulfilling its mission in its central facilities on 2838 Market
WHO ARE WE?
Street. Offering GED classes, job readiness and development training, entrepreneurial training,
behavioral health counseling, financial literacy, computer training, high-growth job development, a
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fulfilling its mission of “assisting
continues to be a vital
agency
persons in thelimited
with Saint Louis Area.
opportunities to self-sufficiency through employment.” Founded in 1977
after a study by the Young Lawyers Division of the Bar Association of Metropolitan Saint Louis
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ex-offendersConnection
were 66% on 30 years
less of to
likely outstanding
return to service to the community. It is
incarceration,
important to provide resources to those we often forget; those who made a mistake, those who want a second
Employment Connection began to work on lessening recidivism through employment of those
chance but do not know how to achieve their goals. It is an honor to congratulate Employment Connection for a
leaving prison.
job well done, andIna1980
futureEmployment Connection became a full United Way member agency
filled with success.”
and expanded
-Lieutenant Governorits service beyond
of Missouri, ex-offenders, assisting recovering substance abusers, the
Peter Kinder
homeless, high school dropouts and non-custodial fathers. In 2008, Employment Connection
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million dollars does in
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keeping people off the street, out of prison, and contributing to their communities and families. This is all possible
because of the wide range of services
Employment offered to nationally
Connection’s the community. I am happy
recognized to have
services Employment Connection
include:
working with me to lift up the City of Saint Louis.”
-President of the Board of Alderman of the City of Saint Louis, Lewis Reed
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the needs of individuals who are often most difficult to serve. By decreasing each participant’s dependence on
*St. Louis County Housing for Ex-Offenders
government and charitable funding, Employment Connection moves individuals from dependence to productive
citizenship.”
-Mayor of the City of St. Louis, Francis G. Slay

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Message from Bill and Brenda 3

2838 Market Street Saint Louis, MO 63108


314-333-JOBS (5627)

Message from the Executive Director


It has been a year full of challenges for staff, supporters, and above all
for those we serve at Employment Connection. Every day we see the
Brenda Mahr
Chief Executive Officer effects of the economic downturn on those who can ill afford an extra
burden: the father returning home from prison, the veteran sleeping on
the street, the refugee seeking a better life in America. They have
focused worries on one vital thing, employment. Will I find a job? Will I
keep my job? What happens to my family if I lose my job? Where do I
turn for help?

For over thirty years people with barriers to self-sufficiency have turned
to Employment Connection. Despite the current economic
challenges, Employment Connection is finding and assisting people
into jobs. Our agency’s talented and dedicated staff, volunteers, and
donors give hope to those with limited opportunities in an uncertain
Bill Dorothy
President of the Board
time.

Message from the Board President


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Sabrina Wells 3 Employment Connection continues its success due to the dedication
of the staff and funders who understand investing in persons who are
30th Anniversary 4
working for a second chance. More and more Americans are falling
Sheamese Like 5 under correctional supervision. In Missouri 1 in 36 persons are under
some form of correctional supervision. And for some populations the
Programs 6
numbers are even more staggering: 1 in 11 black males are either in
Programs (cont.) 7 prison, or, on probation/parole.

EC Staff 8 Employment Connection works to break the revolving door of prison


Board and Volunteers 9
and the street. We invite you to join us in helping parents remain home
to support their children, in helping a young person build a future, not
Finances 10 on the streets, but in a career. Please read some of the success stories
Contributors 11
on the following pages and learn more about how Employment
Connection is helping the Saint Louis Region.
Advisory Board 12

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Sabrina Wells
My name is Sabrina Wells,
I had been struggling for several years
trying to find employment. I came to
Employment Connections as a 34 year old
ex-offender, with no high school
education, no income, and no place to
live. I was going through problems
mentally and physically.

At Employment Connection I realized that


I wasn’t alone. Here, I met people that
were in the same boat as I was. Together
we learned how to fill out applications and
we learned how to dress, speak, and smile
professionally. However, the greatest skill I
obtained here was learning how to walk
into an interview with confidence.

“I was going through


problems mentally
and physically.”

I met a career specialist named Mrs. Minnie McRoberts. In the process of working
with Minnie, I started taking G.E.D classes and started working for a temp agency.
However, working for the temp agency was difficult. I never knew when they would call
me into work. There were many days when I had to take my work uniform to my G.E.D
classes in case I got a call from the temp agency. Working for the temp service required
me to travel to places that weren’t close to home either. However, no matter how far I
had to travel or how long I was there, I never complained. My job and my G.E.D classes
gave me a feeling of accomplishment and I was feeling better about myself each and
every day.

Finally, struggling to survive with little income, child support, and applying myself to
whatever it took to move forward, I got hired at a permanent job through the temp
service. I was able to pay off my child support and I now have a place to call “home
sweet home”.

I would like to thank everybody that helped me make my life a success. I would
not have succeeded without the team I worked with at Employment Connection.

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30th Anniversary 5

30 years of service
On June 27th at Windows off Washington
nearly three hundred supporters, former
1 in 36 clients, and community partners of
Employment Connection came to
celebrate the agency’s 30 years of
adults service. The night featured
proclamations from the Mayor of the
City of St. Louis, and the County
Executive of St. Louis County. The Board
are either of Alderman of the City of St. Louis
proclaimed June 27th as Employment Mike Jones, Brenda Mahr, and Bill Dorothy

Connection Day.

in prison

or on
The Cost of Incarceration Employment Connection
directly addresses the growing
trend of rising incarceration in
Cost of Corrections in Missouri
Missouri. Recent studies have
Probation $575 million total shown that more and more
spent on corrections Americans are increasingly
under some form of
• Share of general fund: 6.8 percent in correctional control:
or fiscal year 2008 approximately 1 in 36 adults.
For some populations the
• Ratio of spending: For every dollar numbers are even more
Missouri spent on prisons in 2008, it spent alarming. For instance, 1 in 11
Parole 20 cents on probation and parole black males are either in jail
• Ratio of costs: 1 day of prison ($45.02) or on probation/parole.
= 18 days of probation and parole Indeed in Missouri alone,
individuals under correctional
control cost taxpayers $575
million dollars. Without
*From Pew Center on the States, One in 31: The Long Reach of assistance many will never
American Corrections.www.pewcenteronthestate.org leave that control for a path
to self-sufficiency.

We can pay $16,000 to incarcerate …

or $3,200 to employ.

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Sheamese Like

Sheamese Like grew up in a family of eight,


graduated as an athlete running track in high school,
and went on to serve as a soldier in the U.S. army. When
she was relieved of her duties in the army, due to a knee
injury, she found herself homeless, unemployed, and
worried about the direction her life was taking.

After arriving at Employment Connection, she was


able to find a job at Busch Stadium as a Day Porter
making popcorn. With a steady job in place, we got a
chance to see a worry-free Sheamese in action
dancing and singing to music with her co-workers. Her
employer says that Sheamese is a dependable and
extremely likable individual, but moreover she is very
hard working. She makes about 2,500 boxes of popcorn
each day.

Sheamese feels extremely blessed from all the help


she has received from the people around her. She was
recently awarded a ’98 Cavalier from Cars for
Christmas. She says that Employment Connection gave
her the essentials she needed in order to get back into
the workforce and Employment Connection “got her all
the hook-ups.”
“The things that motivated me the most were my determination to
succeed and all the pressure from Mrs. Tamara (Career Specialist at
E.C.) and her desire to see me successfully get through my tough
times. My goals for the future are to get back into the military, get a
really good career, and progress in my l ife.”

“My goals for the future


future
are to get back into the
military, get a really
good career, and
progress in life.”

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Programs 7

Competitive
Employment Program
Outcome Achieved Goal Percent of Goal
Orientations 2032 1879 108%
Admissions to 1193 1179 101%
The Competitive
Work
Employment Program is
Readiness
Employment Training
Connection’s oldest
Complete 1104 1101 100%
program and has been Work
a community asset to Readiness
those individuals with Training
barriers seeking Secure 578 664 87%
employment from ex- Employment
offenders to the
homeless. The program Average Wage: $9.07 an hour
focuses on intense case
management to ensure 65 % of all persons served by Employment Connection's
clients have all the tools, Competitive Employment Program were ex-offenders and/or
preparations, and recovering substance abusers
education necessary to
obtain and maintain 46 % of all persons (non-CAP) completing work readiness
employment. The training secured employment!
following numbers
demonstrate the Nationally, less than 30% of parolees become employed.
demand for services by
the community.

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Programs (cont.)
Entrepreneurial Education Behavior Health Counseling

In partnership with Justine Petersen This Saint Louis Mental Health Board funded program
Housing Inc., and funded by the assists individuals with behavioral health barriers to
Department of Health and Human sustained employment. Individuals seeking workforce
Services, “Job Opportunities for Low- training services at Employment Connection are
Income Individuals Program,” screened for behavioral health disorders that affect their
ability to maintain employment. Many of the clients
Employment Connection offers
seeking our services - such as the homeless, ex-offenders,
entrepreneurial counseling, case and mothers on welfare - suffer from behavioral health
management, and individual symptoms like depression and stress that act as barriers to
development accounts to individuals finding employment. The “Back to Health, Back to Work”
seeking services to start up small program, in partnership with St. Louis University School of
businesses. Psychology, assists individuals in overcoming these
potential behavioral health barriers for maintaining
employment and living a more happy life.

Homeless Veteran Services

Employment Connection manages two permanent supportive housing programs in the Saint
Louis Region: Project Homecoming in Saint Louis County serving 20 disabled head of
households and Project Homecoming-Veterans in St. Louis City serving15 homeless veterans. In
addition, Employment Connection, in partnership with the Department of Labor, manages the
Homeless Veteran Reintegration Program. This program works to place veterans in
employment and housing. Like those leaving prison, the homeless veterans that come to the
agency are working to begin a new life full of hope and promise.

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Employment Connection Staff 9

Administration Competitive Employment Program

Brenda Mahr Eugene Fowler


Chief Executive Officer 31 years Senior Manager, Career Services 5 years
David Kessel Steve Hoven
Chief Operating Officer 13 years Manager, Career Services 5 years
Aaron Margolis
Chief Development Officer 2 years Ex-Offenders, Veterans, Youth, and Adults:
Nathaniel Dempsey Minnie McRoberts
Executive Assistant 4 years Career Specialist 32 years
Tamara Williams
Accounting Services Career Specialist 10 years
Veronica Travis
Career Specialist 2 years
Sarah Robinson
Preston Vanderford
Sr. Manager, Accounting Services 6 years
Career Specialist 2 years
Nora Davis
Accountant 7 years New Americans:
Pat Brown
Managed Work Services Career Specialist 25 years

Jesse Lane Back to Health/Back to Work:


Site Supervisor 6 years Steve Zegel
Licensed Clinical Social Worker 2 years
Client & Training Services
Illinois TANF & Food Stamps:
Brian Crues
Scott Utry
Career Specialist 5 years
Senior Manager, Client Services 19 years
Robert Smith
Peggy McKinney
Career Specialist 3 years
Manager, Client Services 7 years
Charity Caldwell
Dollaree Glasper
Career Specialist 2 years
Client Services Specialist 5 years

Maintenance Services
Housing Services
Oscar Selfe
Harry Little
Custodian 2 years
Supportive Housing Manager 6 years
Paula Carey
Supportive Housing Manager 1st year
Michael McCoy
Supportive Housing Manager 2 years

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2008 Volunteers
Aida Hasic
Board of Employment Connection Amanda Fletcher
Andrew Braun
Andrew Braun
PRESIDENT Directors Michael Novack Annie Crenshaw
Marti Bloodsaw Chief Executive Officer Annie Schatz
Bill B. Dorothy II
Human Resources Director Kiosite Anthony Pack
Senior Lecturer in Law
Washington University Panera Bread Atif S. Mahr, Sr.
Jacquelynn Orr Atif S. Mahr, Jr.
School of Law
Karen A. Davis Medical Educational Blake Dunion
Senior Vice President Program Analyst Bryan Clark
VICE PRESIDENT Saint Louis University Carlos William
Midwest Community
Sal Martinez Affairs Manager Hospital Casandra Lewis
Executive Director Regions Bank Casey Williams
Community Renewal H. Dwayne Richardson Chirs Massey
and Development Inc Principal Chris Massey
Prevost V. Foushee
Brown Smith Wallace Christi Griffin
Senior Sales Director
Danielle Jones
TREASURER Anheuser-Busch
Darryl Young
Arthur E. Weiss (retired) Vincent Schoemehl, Jr.
Deborah Armstead
Financial Advisor President & CEO
Emily Galbraith
Lisart LLC Steven D. Graham Grand Center, Inc. Gabriel Arnson
Attorney-at-Law Gary Fulton
SECRETARY Thompson Coburn LLP Sandra Sneed Jane Davis
Roy Anderson, Jr. Crew Manager Jarrin Brown
Local Sales Manager J.D. Luhning McDonalds Restaurants Jeona Morney
Clear Channel Rabbitt, Pitzer & Snodgrass Joshua Scott
Kay Tomlinson Kaitlin O'Brien
Communications
Leo Ming, Jr. Community Volunteer Karen Keil
Vice President Klake Daren
Human Resources William Watkins Kyla Lee
St. Louis Convention and President La Nell Clay Jr.
Visitors Commission Watkins Building Group Lateka McHenry
LLC Libby Toenjes
Lucy Barner
Mario McCoy
Mark Doronio
Marsha Thompson
Mary Meyer
Micah Thompson
Nate Shelton
Nikita Tucker
Paula Williams
Precious Miller
Ranisha Shelton
Sara Talbert
Sean Hogan
Sean Hogan
Sharon Irons
Sheronda Crowder
Shevonda Clark
Stephen Bartolon
Tequilla Quarrells
Terrence Clark
Terrene Clark
Tieona Mooney
Todd Speer
Vidal Porter
Yolanda Brazelton
Yolanda Sheef
Yolanda Weekly
Yulanda Brazelton

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Financial Information 11

Message from the Treasurer


Employment Connection is attentive to the needs of the community
and works hard to assure that charitable dollars are utilized with
maximum efficiency. We continue to meet the Better Business Bureau
Wise Giving Alliance Standard of Charitable Accountability*. You can
be assured that every dollar donated goes to those who need it most.

Below is the summary of our financial year ending 2008 as audited by


Randle and Associates, LLC. The agency remains in solid financial
position by diligently appropriating its fiduciary responsibility. Please
feel free to contact Employment Connection directly if you would like
a complete copy of our financial statements.

Arthur E. Weiss

Arthur Weiss
Board Treasurer
Certified Public Accountant

Rental Income

United Way Donors


Rounded 00 Rounded %
2008 Operating Revenue 2008

Building Rental Income $4,000 1.00%


Contributions $197,600 5.00%
Grants and Contracts* $2,821,500 82.00%
United Way of Greater St. Louis $428,400 12.00%

2008 Total Revenue $3,451,500 100.00%

2008 Operating Expenses


Competitive Employment Program $2,794,800 76.00%
Grants and Contracts
Managed Work Services $330,900 9.00%
Investment Loss
Building Rental Expenses $18,100 1.00% Fundraising
Management and General $175,500 5.00% Management
Fundraising $124,500 3.00% Rent
Net Unrealized Loss On Investments $236,100 6.00%
MWS
2008 Total Expenses $3,679,900 100.00%

2008 Unrestricted Net Assets $3,410,539

* Affordable Housing Commission, City of St. Louis; ARCHS; Illinois Department of Human
Services; Justine Peterson, Job Opportunities for Low-Income Individuals (JOLI); Lutheran
Foundation of St. Louis; Missouri Department of Corrections; Missouri Foundation for Health; CEP
SLATE Work Connections; St. Louis Mental Health Board of Trustees; St. Louis Public Schools;
St. Louis City Department of Human Services Homeless Services Division and Office of
Veteran's Affairs through the Department of Labor; and St. Louis County Department of
Human Services, Division of Homeless Services and Department of Planning, Office of
Community Development

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List of Contributors
Employment Connection Club < $100 Wiley Smith Club $100 + Directors Club-$250 +

Aaron Margolis Algin Robinson Allied Barton Security Services


Amir Green ARCHS/CARES Birdet Price Co. LLC
Anonymous Brandi Searcy Brenda Mahr
Bill Watkins Building Group Brenda Battle Community Renewal and
Cerebia Epps Burnell & Karen Simmons Development, Sal Martinez
David Lee Chrissie Barfield Commworld of Saint Louis
Deborah Kama Claude & Harriet Gulliford Daruby Enterprises, LLC
Dolly Glasper David Koehr David Kessel
Dominic Garland Dwayne Richardson First Bank
Doris Cooper Elizabeth & Welton Clemons Frank Simmons
Dr. Everard Rutledge Eric Shuang J.D. Luhning & Aisling Murphy
Elizabeth Trent Fuse, Inc J.W.Terrill
Eric Greitens Gateway Tire Joseph Arndt
Francis Mana Griesedieck Vending John & Nancy Hillhouse
Howlette & Monica Huddleston H. Dwayne Richardson Kacie Starr Triplett
J. Chapman James Horn Photograpy Mulligans Graphics
James McGivney James West Paul & Denise Rexroat
Jerome & Lawanda Bowden Larry & Janice Richardson Randle & Associates
Jesse Lane Lawanda Gibson Rich’s Automotive
Julia Ruvelson Leo H. Ming SLATE/Missouri Career Center
Julie Schroeder Martin Brading Steven D. Graham
Kay Tomlinson MMMM William G & Carey D. Keller
Kelli Williams Nathaniel Dempsey
Lisa Harper-Chang Nina Harris Founders Club-$500 +
Loretta Mathis Northside Community Center
Marilyn Robinson Paula Dunlap-Hughes Bill Dorothy
Martha Duchild Peter Birkes Buford, Dickson, Harper & Sparron
Millicent Williams President of the Board of Alderman, Joesph Arndt Foundation
Minnie McRoberts Lewis Reed John Niemann
Mondonna Ghasedi Project COPE John Shields
Nora Davis Richard F. Buckley M.R. Beal & Company
Phyllis Friedman Robert Peters Michael Novack
Raymond Irby Roper’s Ribs Roy Anderson, Jr.
Ron Margolis Saint Louis Community Credit Union Vashon/Jeff Vander Lou Initiative
Sally Quattlebaum David Henley Vincent Schoemehl, Jr.
Sandra Sneed Saint Louis Gaust Haus
Sarah Robinson Slaughter’s Cleaners Opportunity Fund-$1,000 +
Schnucks South Side Outlet
Scott Shelton Square One Brewery Benjamin Newman
Scott Utry St. Louis Metropolitan Bar Association Lisart Captial, Arthur E. Weiss
Shara Bradley Stephen Zegel Prevost V. Foushee
Sheri Robins Suzanne & Frank Poggio Regions Bank
Thomas and Suzanne Rhodenbaugh Terrance Holmes Saint Louis Philanthropic Foundation
Tracy Fortenberry Thomas & Sondra Brooks Tenet Healthcare, Jacquelyn Orr
Trudy Reason Urban Investigation Inc. Uma Murugan
Vantage Credit Union Veteran Advocacy Foundation US Bank
Veronica Travis
Willis E.Young Visionaries Clubs-$5,000 +
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU
Anheuser-Busch
WISE GIVING SEAL Edwards Jones Charitable Trust
Is awarded to Emerson Charitable Trust
Employees Community Fund of Boeing
EMPLOYMENT Saint Louis
Fox Family Foundation
CONNECTION Jordan Charitable Foundation
The BBB Charity Information Service Pettus Foundation
evaluates more than 600 regional Pott Foundation
charities for compliance with its 20 Thompson Coburn
standards for accountability. These William A. Kerr Foundation
standards include financial
accountability, governance and Community Builders-$25,000 +
oversight, effectiveness measures and Lutheran Foundation of St. Louis
fund raising and informational
Missouri Foundation for Health
materials.

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Advisory Board 13

AARP HOPE HOUSE


Lisa Bishop Vanessa McLaughlin ST. LOUIS
COMMUNITY
ARCHS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT RELEASE CENTER
JINNA’S COMMUNITY CORPORATION Larry Bogan
OUTREACH RELATIONSHIP Delores Haynes
PARTNERSHIP SALVATION ARMY
Hakim Aleem LINKS TO LIFE REHABILITATION
Wanda Stroter CENTER
BASIC Rev.Clifton Cain
Oval Miller MISSOURI BOARD OF
PROBATION & PAROLE SOCIETY OF ST.
BEYOND HOUSING Chris Heisel VINCET DE PAUL
Sabrina Baldwin Anita Cohn
Roxanne Tyler NEW BEGINNINGS
Stacey Kelley TRANSFIGURATION
CENTER FOR LIFE LUTHERAN CHURCH
SOLUTIONS, INC. OPERATION EXCEL: Donnell Jackson
Cheryl Gardine YOUTHBUILD
Lee Brotheron UNITED STATES
CENTER FOR WOMEN IN PROBATION &
TRANSITION OUR LADY’S INN PAROLE
Sr. Georgia Walker Jennifer Kriete Jo Cooper

CHRISTIAN SERVICE PREFERRED FAMILY URBAN LEAGUE


CENTER HEALTHCARE James Smith
Sharon Mackey Kim Feaman
WELLSTON
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROJECT COPE COMMUNITY
MINISTRY Mary Ann McGivern SUPPORT AGENCY
Nathaniel Johnson (WCSA)
Sr. Carleen Reck QUEEN OF PEACE Pearl Hughes
Margo Adams
METRO EAST LUTHERAN WOMEN’S SAFE
CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES REGIONAL RESPONSE HOUSE
Rev. Phoenix Barnes, Jr. COALITION Melinda Mimes
Ahmav Mahdi
FATHERS SUPPORT WESLEY HOUSE
CENTER REACH ST. LOUIS Crystal Cox
Chester Deanes Sandi Colquitt
YOUTH
GATEWAY FREE & ROOM AT THE INN EMPOWERMENT
CLEAN Angela Hamilton SERVICES (YES)
Sylvester Shaw Joseph Prophet
ST. CLAIR COUNTY
HUMANITRI DEPT. OF PROBATION YWCA
Edwin Muhammad AND PAROLE Crystal Small
Oscar C. Hughes

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Employment Connection
Main Service Location -
2838 Market Street
Saint Louis, Missouri 63103

Hours of Service
Monday-Friday
8:00am-5:00pm

Telephone
314.333.JOBS (5627)

Illinois
East Saint Louis Higher
Education Campus
Saint Louis, Missouri
601 James R. Thompson Blvd Building E
East Saint Louis, Illinois 62201

Telephone
618-875-8801
8:00a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Department of Human Services


225 N. 9th Street
East Saint Louis Il, 62201

www.employmentstl.org

Employment Connection is a community asset that assists individuals by preparing them to meet and
exceed employer expectations. Free services are available to employers and job seekers by calling
the following numbers or coming to our service locations.

EMPLOYMENT CONNECTION
2838 Market Street
Saint Louis, Missouri 63103
314.333.JOBS (5627)
www.employmentstl.org