Resource Room with computer Internet access, copier, fax, phones, videos, books, job postings, resume software, newspaper help-wanted ads, business directories, and much more.
Labor market information to inform job seekers about growing/declining industries; required educational levels, work experience, licenses, certifications, etc., needed for various occupations; expected rates of pay for different jobs, etc.
On-site employers, representing private businesses and staffing agencies, who visit the Workforce One to recruit qualified candidates for available positions.
Computer Lab where students can work to improve their computer skills
Adult basic literacy education classes designed to improve reading and math skills, get a GED, and prepare for college admission, employment tests, or U.S. citizenship
The following services are also available at Workforce One for eligible individuals (eligibility qualifications may be related to household income, layoff circumstances, age, disability status, or other specific criteria):
Financial aid for vocational retraining to prepare dislocated workers for employment
Assistance withsupportive services, such as child care, transportation, utility payments, rent, etc.