At the Job Center you can:

  • Meet with a Career Planner to customize your individual career plan
  • Complete online job applications
  • Receive resumé assistance from a trained professional
  • Make FREE copies of your resumé and important employment documents
  • Fax or email your resumé to potential employers
  • Review labor market information, programs, and educational resources
  • Sign up for free Workforce Development Workshops
  • Access community resources to overcome barriers to employment (check out our Job Center Partners)
  • Complete academic and skills assessments

No appointment necessary! Accommodations can be made for services outside Job Center hours.

When you come to the Job Center, remember to:

  • Dress professionally
  • Bring a resumé (electronic is preferred but we can accept a print or handwritten version)
  • Bring your Driver’s License/State ID and your Social Security Card
  • If applicable, bring any paperwork you may have from an employer about a lay-off or Unemployment Insurance