The American Job Center (AJC) system is a partnership of organizations that provide workforce assistance to job seekers and employers. This collaboration of state, regional, and local organizations work as system to help prepare and train the workforce and offer services that help business and industry find talent.
AJCs have services for everyone, regardless of employment status.
Career Centers, self-service resource areas with computers, printing, and faxing, are open Monday – Friday 8:15 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Six appointments are available at one time, each is limited to 1 hour. Customers must complete screening questions, sanitize their hands, and wear a mask at all times. Make an appointment here.
Comprehensive American Job Centers - These offices offer a full complement of employment services, including career centers, recruitments, workshops and employment services for veterans. They can also assist with unemployment insurance questions.
Affiliate American Job Centers - Affiliate American Job Centers are smaller offices that offer self-service career centers and a select number of employment services. This may include: a career center, hiring events, workshops, and employment services for veterans.
- Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
- Employer Recruitments
- Business Services Consulting
- Free Career Related Workshops and Seminars
- Job Search Assistance
- Résumé Preparation
- Tax Credit Programs