RICHMOND, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- An initiative that aims to remove education and other barriers for people seeking jobs has new online resources thanks to some help from Northrop Grumman.

According to a release, the Virginia Ready initiative recently teamed up with the company on the development of its online Career Center.

This site, which is still evolving, contains resources to help people of all backgrounds find family-sustaining careers in a variety of fields.

The release says most of the people participating in the Virginia Ready Scholars program are between the ages of 21 and 35.

Additionally, 75 percent of these participants do not have an undergraduate or graduate degree.

“Virginia Ready is re-educating employers about the modern workforce and working together to remove barriers for people to get training and get to work,” said Natalie Foster, the Executive Director of the Virginia Ready Initiative. “Northrop Grumman’s involvement will be instrumental in getting ahead of that learning curve to help communities gain and retain talent in the industries that need it most.”

The Career Center now includes job search tools, career development resources, and outlined career pathways to help people pursue jobs in a variety of fields.

The release says this creates an accessible, all-in-one link to find employment with business partners.

The site will be adding guides for interview strategies, resume writing and other support services to help boost resiliency.

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