the tools you need to organize a successful on-line
job search. Links to thousands of job listings as
well as real-world advice on developing your résumé,
writing an effective cover letter, and conducting
a winning interview.
are available, by appointment, to meet with you to discuss
your progress along your Pathway to Employment, job search
activities, and training needs. To schedule an appointment,
you may either call 509-532-3120 or visit our Front Desk.
You may also qualify for intensive job placement assistance
and or training.
Job Skill Training Assistance
If employers tell you that your skills need to be updated, learn more on how to obtain financial assistance to get the training you need.
PowerPoint presentation (with
audio) for more information. Headphones are available for use at the front desk.
Computer Resource Center
The computers in our resource center are
loaded with the latest résumé and career
software that gives you the edge on the
latest skills, occupational trends and wages
in your chosen career field. We have high
speed network connections for the Internet
and also provide auxiliary accommodations/aids
for any job seeker. You can access today's
tools to design an award winning résumé,
job searches or work skill assessments,
self-sufficiency calculator to determine
if the job you are considering will offer
economic self sufficiency and much more
in our computer resource center.
Job Search Services
Complimentary local telephone, fax and TTY
calls, assistive technology for all seekers'
needs, limited use of copiers and printers
for job search activities and community
resource information such as public transportation,
childcare assistance, food banks, etc.
Workshops and Classes
Workshops and classes
are available in many job search and related
topics at WorkSource Spokane. For additional
assistance and information on the latest
techniques concerning your job search, networking
with employers, salary trends, or with your
résumé, come to one of our career workshops.
Apply for unemployment benefits or file
a weekly claim online at
or call the Spokane County TeleCenter at
Affordable Care Act
The Washington Health Plan Finder is now available online at
This resource provides a variety of information, such as a calculator to find a health benefit plan; sign-up for email updates; see side-by-side comparisons of health care plans and how to connect to help. The Toll-Free Customer Support Call Center business hours are 7:30 am – 8:00 pm Monday through Friday. Help will be available in up to 175 different languages. The phone number is 1-855-WAFINDER (1-855-923-4633) or TTY/TDD 1-855-627-9604.