Job Readiness Workshops

Recorded and presented by our workforce professionals

Job Search During a Pandemic

How to Think Like an Employer

Resumes, Cover Letters and References

Interview

How to Job Search Using Connecting Colorado

If you view any and/or all of these workshops and would like an administrative marker in your Connecting Colorado account to serve as proof of a work search activity for unemployment insurance purposes, please email us and provide your first and last name, last four digits of your social security number, the name of the workshop you viewed and the date on which you viewed it, to workforcecenter@broomfield.org. Please be aware that you are still required to keep the information in your personal log for unemployment purposes.

Virtual one-on-one services - call 303.464.5855

Virtual Business Exploration Forums (via Google Meet)

During the COVID-19 Pandemic many individuals have been displaced from their current employment and are seeking new opportunities. The Broomfield Workforce Center has invited many of our community businesses to participate in a Virtual Business Exploration Forum. These forums will be a one hour facilitated virtual workshop for jobseekers to learn more about companies, industries, and occupations. Through these forums, businesses will showcase their company, current job openings, job application process, how one could start in the company’s industry, and how job seekers can identify transferable skills needed within other industries.

Gather up some questions, and join us for this valuable information exchange which will give you a leg-up on your job search.

Each forum will showcase one specific business/industry. 

The forums for September are located on our homepage.

If you attend any of these forums and would like an administrative marker in your Connecting Colorado account to serve as proof of a work search activity for unemployment insurance purposes, please email us and provide your first and last name, last four digits of your social security number, the name of the business spotlighted and the date on which it was, to workforcecenter@broomfield.org. Please be aware that you are still required to keep the information in your personal log for unemployment purposes.

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 
  • 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 Connecting Colorado.

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. Please contact us today to start your journey.

Outreach Partners at Broomfield Workforce Center

  • Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) Outreach
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  • Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) Outreach
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Additional Resources
Workforce Resources Broomfield Resources 
Register for Services Veterans Services 
Young Adult Services 

CO Workforce

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.