Jobs & training
Together with other partners in the statewide WorkSource system, we help workers find jobs and map out new careers by connecting to a variety of training programs.
Studies have shown that people who use WorkSource job-search services find work faster and earn more money than those who don’t – so, give it a try!
Get job search help
WorkSource can connect you to a variety of training resources. Some services are available on site, while others are delivered through other community partners. Visit WorkSource today to:
- Discuss available resources
- Learn if you’re potentially eligible for training
- Get help with the application process
- Find a program that’s right for you
Find out if job training is available through your local WorkSource office.
- Dislocated worker training program
- Training programs for adults
- Training programs for ages 14 through 21
- On-the-job training
Visit a WorkSource office to see if there is an on-the-job training opportunity available for you.
- Train for a new career
WorkSource will assess your situation to see if you qualify to train for a new career while claiming unemployment benefits.
- E-Learning programs
See what WorkSource E-Learning programs have to offer.
- WorkSource services
WorkSource represents a unique concept in the labor market - everything in one place.
- Career Bridge: Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL)
Helps job seekers find the education & training needed to get the job they want.
- Funding resources for training
To use possible training options, visit your local WorkSource office. WorkSource administers many resources available for training.
Are you unlikely to return to your previous job and would you like to train for a new career, or maybe run your own business? If you qualify, you can attend approved training while collecting unemployment benefits. Also, you may not have to look for work while you’re in school. We offer three training programs, each with different qualifying rules. You must keep looking for work, be able to work and be available for work until we notify you in writing that you are approve you for a training program and are no longer required to look for work.
See our Train for a new career handbook to learn about the training programs the Employment Security Department supports, or visit one of the sections below: