Business & Workforce Center


Emergency Assistance
In this time of national emergency, if you need assistance with food, rent, or paying other bills, Jefferson County Human Services may still be able to help through Emergency Assistance.

This assistance is intended to help stabilize households that have been impacted by COVID-19. The level of assistance is based on your household’s situation, considering program limitations and guidelines.


Workforce Appointments

Jefferson County Business & Workforce Center is taking appointments! Our buildings may be closed through April 16, 2020 but you can still reach us if you need assistance.

You can now make a virtual appointment with a workforce specialist (by phone or Zoom!) for job search resources or career coaching. To make an appointment please click the link below (works best in Google Chrome web browser). If you have a general question, please call 303-271-4755 or email the Business & Workforce Center.

  1. Job Seekers
  2. Business Resources
  3. Hiring flyers
  4. How you can help
  5. Evening Hours Suspended

Lay-off Assistance

Call or email Jefferson County Business & Workforce Center if you need assistance due to a lay-off. You can call 303.271.4755 or email [email protected]

Connecting Colorado Jobs List: April 6, 2020

Please click on the "Hiring Flyers" tab for flyers of businesses that are currently hiring. 


Jefferson County Business & Workforce has created 7 online interactive workshops with you, the stay-at-home job seeker, in mind! You can access these workshops via your phone, smart phone, lap top or desk top. Workshops include Career Exploration, Job Search Tips, Resume Concepts, Dynamic Cover Letters, LinkedIn & Social Networking, Interviewing for Success, and How to Prepare for Video Interviews and Look (&Sound Like) a Pro. 

Check out the calendar

Please register here

We ask that you register 24 hours in advance so that we can process your registration and provide you with the access link to your workshop. If you have questions, contact CJ Juleff, [email protected].

Helpful Websites

Jefferson County Community Resources

Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation

Volunteer and donation opportunities to help high-risk individuals get through COVID-10 crisis

Colorado Unemployment  

Unemployment Filing Flowchart for COVID-19

Unemployment Pandemic Scenarios & Benefits Available for COVID-19 

Fact Sheet: Unemployment Insurance Provisions CARES Act 

Click on the following links if you are an essential worker in need of information or assistance with child care to the Colorado Office of Early Childhood Department of Human Services for more information on the Emergency Child Care Collaborative

Employee Rights Families First Act 

Economic Impact Payments: What You Need to Know

COVID-19 Resources for undocumented communities: English and Spanish

IMPORTANT NOTICE: If you believe you qualify for the recently passed Pandemic Unemployment Assistance or PUA, we ask for your patience. Please do not file an unemployment claim yet.

We are waiting on federal guidance before we can begin this program and need to get our systems updated. Claims filed now cannot be paid, and you will have to file again. We will update this site and notify news outlets when we are ready to accept claims. Please rest assured that we will backdate and back pay claims as appropriate based on the law and guidance.

Connecting Colorado (Click here for instructions on how to create or update your Connecting Colorado profile) 

For Colorado Department of Labor resources related to COVID-19 click here

Events & Job Fairs

Out of an abundance of caution due to the current health updates on COVID-19, we will not be holding any job fairs or hiring events at this time. You will be informed when future job fairs and hiring events are scheduled at the Jefferson County Business & Workforce Center or at community partner locations.

Public Comment Section

To submit public comments on the Central Planning Region Plan PY18 and the Local Plan below, please email [email protected] or follow the instructions on page 49.

Local Plan PY16-PY19

Equal Opportunity

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.