CROSSROADS JOBS

Crossroads Jobs provides individually focused employment services to Loudoun area residents who are unemployed or underemployed. We offer a source of ready-to-work applicants for local businesses.

Our offices are located in Leesburg and Sterling and our program is offered in English & Spanish.

Orientation is now being offered in-person, following health & safety guidelines issued by the CDC. Please click on the Job Seekers tab for more information.

  • Leesburg: (703) 771-4112
  • Sterling: (571) 313-1813 (se habla español)
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Crossroads Jobs provides individually focused employment services to Loudoun area residents who are unemployed or underemployed. We offer a source of ready-to-work applicants for local businesses. Our services are free to both job seekers and employers.

Our program is structured in a way that we get to know our applicants, and we communicate with local businesses to learn about available job openings and ongoing or upcoming needs. We then work to match the right person to the right job: a win for the applicant, the employer and the community.

Crossroads Jobs has offices in Leesburg and Sterling, offering job placement assistance in English and Spanish.

What People Are Saying?

A friend referred me to Crossroads Jobs when I was thinking about leaving my current job and finding one that was more suitable an environment. After going through their program entry process which starts with an orientation class, I met with my job counselor and we went over my resume, my goals and what my financial needs were. She was excellent at getting a sense for what would be suitable for me and had many ideas on how to start that pursuit. She covered all areas of possible needs, including interview attire, and ideas of where to get that. Within 3 weeks of resigning from my job I had a job offer that I accepted, and am happier here than I have been anywhere for the last couple of years.

Maryl

I cannot thank you enough for your help and support in my job search process. If you remember, I really had given up on the job after applying so many times. Without your encouragement, I would not have applied. Thank you for all you have done for me! This job has been life-changing! THANK YOU!! If there is anything I can do to support you and your business, please let me know.

~Name withheld by request

I’m currently employed, but I was looking for job for a very long time, but unfortunately I couldn’t find anything. I was looking for something where I can make an impact on people and as well on myself and my little family. She said that they help people to find jobs. At the beginning, I was doubtful that I will find the ideal job until I met Yanci Portillo an incredible human being. She was always in constant contact with me by phone and by email and always lifted my spirit when I became Discouraged. She helped me from the beginning to end to find the job that suits me best and I did. I found something where I will be able to help the community. I’m so thankful for crossroads.job. They want to make sure you find the ideal job. I recommend this organization because I’m completely sure that they will change your life as they changed mine. Thank you so much Yanci. You rock!!

~Daysi 

Your Donation Makes a Difference

Since opening in 2012, Crossroads Jobs has helped hundreds of our Loudoun area neighbors find jobs. You can help us by contributing time, expertise and financial resources. We are grateful for any support you can provide. Jobs. Dignity. Hope.

Crossroads Jobs is a charitable organization under section 501(c) 3 of the IRS code. All contributions are fully tax-deductible

 

 

Meet our Board and Members

Our Board of Directors support our program and come with a wide variety of experience and backgrounds. click here.

Carol Smith

Director/Job Counselor

Sean Moran

Treasurer, Member

Our Monthly Newsletters

Browse from our most recent newsletters below. If you want older issues, click our archives.

Intersections Newsletter, Volume Three, Issue Three

By Wes Trochlil | October 22, 2019

Click here to read our latest newsletter

Annual Report Posted

By Wes Trochlil | September 27, 2019

Crossroads Jobs recently released its 2018 Annual Report. You can read it here.

Intersections Newsletter, Volume Three, Issue Two

By Wes Trochlil | July 10, 2019

Click here to read our latest newsletter

Crossroads Jobs Named Highest Achieving Small Nonprofit in Loudoun

By Wes Trochlil | June 12, 2019

Crossroads Jobs has received a Platinum Achievement Award from the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties “for significant internal growth and operational improvements since beginning as an all-volunteer startup organization in 2012.” The $2,000 grant was the outcome of a competitive process to select one Loudoun nonprofit in each of three size categories …

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Crossroads Jobs Job Counselors Go the Extra Mile!

By Wes Trochlil | January 21, 2019

In November 2018, Penny was hired by a local pharmacy to train and work as a pharmacy technician. In order to start the training component, however, Penny had to pass a math test. Her math skills were rusty, so after two failed attempts, she called her job counselor in a panic. Her boss was giving …

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Crossroads Jobs Receives $5,000 Grant

By Wes Trochlil | December 11, 2018

For the second consecutive year, Crossroads Jobs has received a grant from The Cloudbreak Foundation. The $5,000 grant will help support Crossroads Jobs’ ongoing job search training and placement program which serves unemployed and underemployed residents in the Loudoun County area. The Cloudbreak Foundation assists community-based charitable organizations in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, which …

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Contact Us

Crossroads Jobs 
(703) 771-4112
1 East Market St
Leesburg, VA 20176
findajob@crossroadsjobs.org

About Crossroads Jobs

Our job counselors work with unemployed and underemployed residents, helping our neighbors achieve or maintain self-sufficiency. They work to match the right person to the right job: a win for job seekers, employers and the community.

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