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America's Service Locator

All of the Service Centers and related contact information displayed on the map is collected by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration (ETA).

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Help: Maps to State Services

What does this tool do?

This tool helps you locate a variety of state services in any U.S. location, including:

  • American Job Centers
  • Apprenticeship programs
  • Community colleges
  • Employment Network providers
  • Indian and Native American programs
  • Job clubs
  • Job Corps centers
  • Libraries
  • National Farmworkers programs
  • Older Workers programs
  • Refugee Services programs

How do I get started?

Just enter your city, state, or ZIP code. When you click “Search”, you’ll see a map of all of the American Job Centers within 25 miles of your selected location. You can limit your results to within 5 miles of your entered city or ZIP code, or expand them up to a 200 mile radius by selecting options under “Within”. Use the “Filter By” list to the left of the map to select other services and features to view.

How do I find out more about the services on my map?

You can find basic information such as address, phone number, and hours when you mouse over or point to a dot on the map. Click once on any dot to view more detailed information, including driving directions, below the map. A double click will zoom in your view.

How can I find driving directions to a local service?

Click once on a dot for any service you want driving directions to. You’ll see details appear below the large map on your screen. Click on “Directions” and you’ll be able to enter a starting address. Then click “Go” and you’ll get detailed driving directions to the center you selected.

Where does this information come from?

Information about American Job Centers is compiled and maintained by CareerOneStop staff, who conduct a semi-annual survey of American Job Centers. To suggest corrections to the information, please email

Information about other programs comes from the U.S. Department of Labor.

For information about displaying any of this data on your own website, please visit CareerOneStop's Web Services.

Who can I contact for help?

Contact the CareerOneStop Service Center at

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