Reskill - Upskill - Next Skill


UpskillAre you unemployed, or underemployed because of COVID, and could use some training?  Let the Broomfield Workforce Center help you obtain training to learn new skills, increase your skill set, or start something completely new!  

The Workforce Center is here to help you develop your talent. You may be eligible for a training scholarship if you are 18 years or older, have been impacted by COVID and can answer "yes" to either of the following: 

  • Did you or your household experience financial hardship due to COVID? 
  • Have you experienced a recent layoff due to COVID?  

Funding has been granted to the Broomfield Workforce Center to support individuals who have been impacted by the economic conditions resulting from the pandemic. These funds are designated to provide training to reskill, upskill, or next-skill for your next career move.

Interested?  Please stop by our office and complete and application.  We are located at 100 Spader Way, in the Broomfield Health and Human Services building.  

Start Your Journey

Looking to find a job, start a career, or changing careers? Broomfield Workforce Center is here for you.

We offer a wide range of no-cost support for anyone looking for a job:

  • Resource Room with up-to-date computers and general office equipment
  • Software for self-directed job search
  • Employment workshops
  • One-on-One career coaching and career exploration (virtual options and social distancing requirements enforced)
  • We are proud to offer priority service to our veteran customers and universal access for all

For individuals needing reasonable accommodations please contact us directly to make arrangements.

Register Now

Access workforce resources, services, and screened statewide job openings with the network of workforce centers through ConnectingColorado.

Job Readiness Virtual Workshops, Hiring Events and More

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ConnectingColorado registrants have access to hundreds of virtual workshops and events regarding many topics including job search help, LinkedIn workshops, job clubs, and career exploration to name a few. 

These virtual workshops are hosted by workforce centers statewide and available to anyone registered with ConnectingColorado

Don't have an account? Sign-up now at ConnectingColorado.com and enjoy all of the no-cost resources available to all.

Instructions:

Once logged in, the registrant will click on the "Workshops" tab next to the Menu in the blue bar, then will choose, "Register for Workshops" and will read and follow the instructions. The active link to the workshop/event will appear there one hour before the event. It is also visible in the "Calendar" tab under the Menu after logging in. When the user clicks to join the event, their account is updated to reflect so.

This process provides the job seeker with access to a multitude of topics from the entire statewide workforce system, to enhance their journey, all at no-cost.

Access the Broomfield Workforce Center YouTube Video Series and pre-recorded workshops here.

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

For those who would like additional personalized assistance with a dedicated career coach, the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs may be the best fit. Working with your career coach will include a personalized assessment and development of a customized plan to obtain employment. Together you will work to reach your employment goal. There are some eligibility requirements and an application to the program is required. 

What WIOA Offers:

  • Assistance with job leads and "Labor Market Information"
  • Resume Assistance and critiques'
  • Education and career critiques
  • Employment readiness and job search workshops
  • Career counseling and career planning 
  • Supportive services
  • Intensive job search assistance 
  • Training for attaining In-Demand Jobs

In addition to the services listed, we also offer limited training assistance for short-term training programs that lead directly to jobs identified as "in demand" in the local labor market. Training programs can take the form of classroom training, on-the-job training, internships, or apprenticeships.  If you are interested in talking with a workforce specialist about this program, please stop by the Workforce Center at 100 Spader Way, in the Broomfield Health and Human Services building and complete an application.  

Outreach Partner at Broomfield Workforce Center

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) Outreach

  • A representative from DVR will be available at the Workforce Center by appointment only, two times per month. Please call 303.464.5855 to schedule an appointment.
Additional Resources
Workforce Resources Broomfield Resources 
Register for Services Veterans Services 
Young Adult Services 

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Broomfield Workforce Center is an equal opportunity program; auxiliary services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. 

This program is funded by U.S. Department of Labor and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.