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Cobb-Cherokee Career Center, Georgia Department of Labor

465 Big Shanty Rd.
Marietta, GA  30066-3303
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Phone

770-528-6101
Fax

770-528-6611
Hours of Operation

8:00am - 4:30pm; Monday - Friday
Brief Description of Services Provided at this Site (Narrative)

Career and job information, internet job search, computer resume service, employment counseling, federal bonding program, interpreter/reader, job placement, job search workshops, resource, area, skills assessment, unemployment insurance, work experience, worksite training. A veterans representative is available at this location.
Type of Office

Comprehensive One-Stop Career Centers
Office Level

Local
Center is closed temporarily

No
Veterans Employment Representative

Yes
Please call to make an appointment.

Veterans Representative #1 Phone

770-528-6100
Veterans Rep. #1 E-mail Address

carl.walker@gdol.ga.gov
Veterans Representative #2 Phone

770-528-6100
Veterans Rep. #2 E-mail Address

victoria.hilliard@gdol.ga.gov; bartholomew.huff@gdol.ga.gov; richard.murphy@gdol.ga.gov
Business Representative Name

Jeremy Dillon, Employment Services Supervisor
Business Representative Email

jeremy.dillon@gdol.ga.gov
Business Representative Phone

770-528-6107
Parking Availability

Yes - Use EXIT 271 going north or south on I-75 (Do not use Mapquest directions)
Public Transit Access

yes
Language Capability

yes-Spanish
UI Filing Assistance Online Available

Yes
UI Filing Assistance from Staff Available

Yes

Site Resources
Career Resource Room

Yes
Rooms where employers can interview job seekers

Yes
Telephones

Yes
Fax Machines

Yes
Copy Machine

Yes
Personal Computers

Yes
Internet Access

Yes
Video Viewing Stations

Yes

Youth Services
Finding Work
Find out about job openings (including work experience, internships and community service)

Yes
Find out how to get a work permit

Yes
Learn about strategies for finding a job

Yes
Get help in preparing for job interviews

Yes
Get help preparing your resume

Yes
Post your resume for employers to see

Yes
Summer Opportunities
Get help in finding a summer job

Yes
Find out about summer learning opportunities

Yes
Getting Skills and Training
Learn new job skills

Yes
Improve your current job skills

Yes
Learn about the world of business

Yes
Get information about schools and training programs

Yes
Other Resources
Learn about financial aid for training

Yes
Planning your career
Assess your reading and math skills

Yes
Assess your career interests and skills

Yes
Learn about jobs and careers suitable for you

Yes
Learn about jobs in demand and rates of pay

Yes
Get information about employers in your local area

Yes
Learn about what employers expect of their workers

Yes

Workers Services
Dealing with a Loss of a Job
File Unemployment Insurance (UI) Claim

Yes
Get help in coping with the stress of job loss

Yes
Get help coping financially with job loss

Yes
Learn about community resources

Yes
Getting Skills and Education
Improve your current job skills

Yes
Learn how to start your own business

Yes
Get information about education and training schools, such as their tuition and success in placing students in jobs

Yes
Other Resources
Get help obtaining financial aid for training

Yes
Workshops
Name

Interviewing Techniques
Description

Learn how to anticipate and prepare for the questions you may be asked, handle difficult or problem questions, negotiate your salary and benefits, and develop questions to ask the employer.
Planning your career
Assess your reading and math skills

Yes
Assess your career interests

Yes
Learn about jobs and careers suitable for you

Yes
Learn about jobs in demand and rates of pay

Yes
Get information about employers in your local area

Yes
Learn about what employers expect of their workers

Yes
Finding Work
Find out about job openings

Yes
Learn about strategies for finding a job

Yes
Get help in preparing for job interviews

Yes
Get help preparing your resume

Yes
Post your resume for employers to see

Yes
Share job-search strategies with other job seekers (job club)

Yes

Business Services
Recruiting Employees
Post your job openings

Yes
Get access to resumes posted by job applicants

Yes
Get job applicants pre-screened

Yes
Use on-site facilities for recruiting and interviewing job applicants

Yes
Have job applicants` skills tested

Yes

Department of Labor CareerOneStop is sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor,
Employment and Training Administration