Employment Services – Multicultural Community Resource Center

554 East 10th Street
Erie, PA 16503
Phone: 814-455-0212
Web: www.mcrcerie.org

Employment Areas:

  • General Labor / Light Labor
  • Housekeeping / Care Giving
  • Technical / Mechanical
  • Plastic Shops / Machine Shops
  • Food Services / Restaurants
  • Construction / Carpentry
  • Assembly / Packing

Immigration Services – Multicultural Community Resource Center

554 East 10th Street
Erie, PA 16503
Phone: 814-455-0212
Web: www.mcrcerie.org

Immigration Services are offered to immigrants and their families residing in the Erie area. An accredited representative, recognized by the Immigration Board of Appeals, works on-site to assist in services provided. Referrals to immigration lawyers are made as needed. Modest fees are charged and services are rendered by appointment.

Services include immigration counseling and assistance with applications for permanent residency, citizenship, travel documents, work authorizations, fiancée visas, petitions for sponsorship, and other immigration forms. Notary services are also available.


MHEDS (Multicultural Health Evaluation Delivery Systems)

2928 Peach St.
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: (814) 453-6229
Web: www.mheds.org


Refugee Support Services – Multicultural Community Resource Center

554 East 10th Street
Erie, PA 16503
Phone: 814-455-0212
Web: www.mcrcerie.org

Services:

  • Pre-screening of program participants
  • Vocational assessment of refugee skills
  • Matching refugee skills to an appropriate pre-employment class
  • Computer classes
  • Driving simulation classes
  • On-site assistance with hiring
  • Long term follow-up support with employers
  • Interpretation and translation skills
  • Job coaching support
  • Referral services

Eligibility: Refugees or Asylees who have lived less than five years in America are eligible for all services provided through the Refugee Social Services program. Those who have lived in the U.S. more than five years are limited to translation and case management services. On occasion, the state has waived the five-year limit.