Workforce Boulder County (WfBC), a Colorado Workforce Center, offers ongoing, personalized career services and coaching that provide friendly support on your educational and employment journey. Pending eligibility, we may be able to offer funding for occupational skills training and paid work-based learning experiences.
Ongoing Career Services:
- Career Coaching: Ongoing, one-on-one support to help you identify your career and/or educational goals and create an action plan to achieve them.
- Occupational Skills Training: Funding assistance to acquire a marketable training certification or completion of a degree
- Work-based Learning: Paid, hands-on learning at local employer sites through internships, apprenticeships, and on-the-job training (train to hire).
Steps to let us know you’re interested in Ongoing Career Services:
- Please complete the “WfBC Interest Form” and share a bit more information with us.
- Next, if you haven’t done so already, please get connected by registering as a “Job Seeker” in Connecting Colorado: www.connectingcolorado.com.
- Have questions? Contact a Career Support Specialist at email@example.com or call us at 720-776-0822 Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Once we receive your Interest Form, a Career Support Specialist will contact you to start talking about your career goals and the services available to you. We look forward to working with you!
Find the most recent job listings by registering with the Workforce Center and searching for jobs on www.connectingcolorado.com
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment Self Registration
If you are an Unemployment Insurance Claimant, by registering on Connecting Colorado you will meet your requirement of registering for work. Connecting Colorado is a place where people seeking employment and businesses seeking employees can be brought together. Learn how to register with Connecting Colorado.
WfBC offers user friendly job search resources:
- Computers with updated software
- Internet access to job listing sites
- Access to America’s Job Network
- Resume software
- Assessment and career information software programs
- Newspapers, books, periodicals, and magazines
- Employment registration is open to anyone looking for work
- Applicants are interviewed to determine skills, experience and job target
- Computerized job system matches job seeker with employer
- State wide job search available
- Referrals to employers
- Limited career counseling and self-directed vocational assessments to assist in determining occupations that match aptitude and abilities
- Basic skills assessments to determine reading and math skills levels
Job Search Workshops
WfBC offers workshops in a variety of areas to assist job seekers in obtaining the employment they need and want. A complete list of workshops with course descriptions is located here.
WfBC Success Stories
These videos showcase just a few of the clients that have found success through Workforce Boulder County programs.