One-Stop Career Center Services
A One-Stop Career Center is a location where a wide range of employment, training, and career education program services are available to employers, workers and job seekers.
The three levels of services available to customers within the One-Stop Career Center are: core, intensive and training.
Core or self-service job search assistance is offered to all job seekers. Examples of Core services offered include access to computers, Internet, labor market information, and employment related workshops.
Intensive or individualized service is offered to job seekers who need additional assistance to obtain employment. Intensive service is contingent on program eligibility requirements and funding limitations. Examples of intensive services offered include case management, assessment and career planning.
Training is offered to job seekers who are receiving intensive services and need training to reach employment goals. Training is contingent on program eligibility requirements and funding limitations. Examples of Training services include adult education and literacy, occupational skills training, and job readiness training.
Individuals who are interested in receiving intensive or training services must enroll in the Adult or Dislocated Worker Program. The Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs are designed to provide quality employment and training services to assist eligible individuals in finding and qualifying for meaningful employment, and to help employers find the skilled workers they need to compete and succeed in business.
Dislocated Workers are eligible workers who have been laid off or terminated through no fault of their own or have received an official layoff notice.
In certain areas, where funding is limited, priority of service is given to recipients of public assistance and low-income individuals.
One Stop Services Coordinator
Valaryee N. Mitchell