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Employment Services

WorkSource can help you in your job search with these free services:

Workshops

We offer workshops designed to prepare you for your job search and achieve your employment goals. Workshop times and descriptions are provided on the Workshop Calendar.

Résumé Help

Whether you need a little or a lot of help, this section is for you! If you have never created a résumé, you may want to come in for a free résumé workshop, just check out our Workshop Calendar for times and days.

If you see a WorkSource Specialist here at WorkSource, you can receive one-one-one help to develop and/or revise your résumé. You can also get help in learning how to post your résumé online to Go2WorkSource.com and other job search websites.

Our self-service resource room has a free computer program called WinWay Résumé. Just come in and use a computer in our resource room during regular business hours.

For résumé tutorials and templates online, check these out the WorkSource Résumé Writing Quick Guides, Career One Stop Résumé Tutorial, Microsoft Word Resume Templates and the Monster Hot Jobs Resume Tips.

Training Opportunities and Special Programs

If you are looking for a job, or trying to find a better job, you are encouraged to use our core services, including our Resource Room and workshops, at no charge.

If you discover you need more than our core services to reach the next step in your employment goal, ask to see a WorkSource Specialist who can check to see if you are eligible for additional services including testing and training activities. You can read about Career Resources including job training which may be available to you .

Career Information

Use Career One Stop to assist you with your career search:

For more career information, see Wage and Occupation Information, Career Resources and Training Programs. Ask to see a WorkSource Specialist if you need further assistance.

 

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