Employers and jobseekers can find the services they need at a
convenient American Job Center. Or find other service
provider locations relevant to employment, training, and
economic development. Choose a search type and enter a zip code
to find local services near you. Or just pick up the phone and dial
for direct assistance!
Comprehensive American Job Centers - Provide a full array of employment and training related
services for workers, youth and businesses. These locations include the mandatory Workforce Investment
Act (WIA) partners on-site.
Affiliate American Job Centers - Provide limited employment and training related services for
workers, youth, and businesses. These locations do not include all the mandatory Workforce Investment Act
(WIA) partners (i.e., Veterans, Vocational Rehabilitation) on-site.
Unemployment Benefits - Many states require you to file for Unemployment Benefits
on the Web. Some provide toll-free numbers or other methods to obtain assistance in filing.
Community Colleges - A community college is a two-year educational institution which grants associate
degrees, certificates, and diplomas.
Employment Training - The U.S. Department of Labor provides funding for programs that move the workforce
investment system in a direction that supports and advances our nation's competiveness.
Neighborhood and Refugee Services - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, operate programs targeted to specific audiences.
One-Stop Career Centers are now called American Job Centers.
Contact your local American Job Center for job search, training, recruitment, and other employment services.
For information about jobs, training, and career resources call:
1-877-US2-JOBS (1-877-872-5627) TTY:1-877-889-5627
For help using CareerOneStop
email or call:
1-877-348-0502 or TTY 1-877-348-0501