- Business & Workforce Center
- Resources for Job Seekers
- Steps to Find a Job
Steps to Find a Job
There are many ways to find a job. Here are a few steps to take and places to look for a job.
- Create a targeted list of employers based on the job and type of work you want
- Tailor your search towards a specific business or employer
- Look at job listings on an organization’s website
- Network with employers and employees
- Attend job fairs
- Browse jobs on popular recruiting websites
It is important to network and build a strong social media presence in order to secure a job. Our Career Coaches help you establish a professional social media presence on LinkedIn and other social media accounts. We can also link you to networking opportunities throughout the area.
Be sure to register to attend the Using LinkedIn Job Search workshop. And, consider attending a networking groups and local chambers.
Work With A Career Coaches
A Career Coach can link you to a wealth of information. Schedule an appointment with a Career Coach to see what opportunities are currently available.
Apprenticeships & Internships
Apprenticeships give individuals an opportunity to learn a new trade while getting paid. There are numerous companies that are looking for talented individuals that are eager to learn and excel in a new career field.
Internships enable individuals to explore a career before committing to a long-term field of study. Schedule an appointment with a Career Coach to learn more about the internship process.
We offer numerous online career boosting and job search workshops each month. Whether you are currently unemployed, under-employed or looking to change jobs, attending these workshops will help you to become fully prepared to secure and advance your career. You can access these workshops via your phone, smart phone, laptop, or desktop. Training is free, but space is limited. You can register for any of the workshops here.
The Business & Workforce Center, a proud partner of the American Job Center Network, serves Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin counties, and is an equal opportunity program. Auxiliary services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
This program is funded by U.S. Department of Labor and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.