What is the Workforce Center?
The Workforce Center connects job seekers with the resources to find a job and keep a job. And, the best part is that most services are available at no cost to job seekers.
The Workforce Center strives to streamline your job search efforts with a "one-stop" for resources approach. At the Center workforce professionals will assess your current situation and connect you with the appropriate services to help put you on the path to employment success.
Whether you need help with a resume, job search assistance or just want to explore furthering your education, we can help connect you with the tools necessary for building a successful career.
You bring us your needs and challenges and we will bring you the services to meet your goals.
Assessment Tools - Specially designed assessment tools will help focus your job search efforts and highlight:
Basic Skills Assessment & Skill Building - The Workforce Center has online assessments to determine your skill level in:
You can also take advantage of available software to improve these skills.
Job Search Assistance & Career Planning - At the Workforce Center you will be able to utilize available resources to identify and track your employment related goals.
Veterans' Services - Workforce Center staff can provide information regarding available employment programs, training opportunities and services, eligibility requirements and veterans' priority.
Workshops - Designed for professional and skilled workers, workshops offer training on how to find a job and the key skills employers are looking for while hiring. Topics include:
Workshop schedules are updated monthly and available online or at the Workforce Center.
The Workforce Center does not discriminate in employment or access to its programs and services. The hearing impaired may contact the Workforce Center by calling the Kansas Relay Center at 1-800-766-3777.
US DOL FUNDED: This project is funded under agreement with the United States Department of Labor.