Registering with the Workforce Center can be done either in-person at our office or on the computer. Registration includes providing your basic contact information, the type of job(s) that you are interested in and the skill sets that you have. Once registered in our system, you will be able to obtain access to any Workforce Center in Colorado. View a complete listing of Colorado Workforce Centers.
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The Workforce Center is a free resource for job seekers and employers. After completing a simple registration, you will have access to our statewide database of job postings, our resource room which contains computers with high-speed internet, copy and fax machine, and a variety of job related resources such as workshops, career fairs, and career specialists.
We can help you find a job. All of our services are self-directed; you make use of what makes sense for you. We have specialists who can help you find job openings, critique your resume, explore the local labor market or even help with short-term training. We are not a temporary agency that can offer you a job.
There is no unemployment office. You can file online.
Through our Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) we can possibly help with short-term training costs. Please see our WIOA Training Page for more information.
Register online or stop by our office.
Unfortunately, we cannot help with Unemployment Insurance (UI) specific matters. All matters concerning Unemployment Insurance must be handled through the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment's Unemployment Insurance Division. You may reach them by phone at 303.318.9000, or view the status of your claim by going to My UI Claimant. However, our Workforce Center is equipped with a chat feature on many of our PCs which is connected to the Unemployment Insurance Division. This feature simplifies contact with UI in real time.