Attend a Brand New Bixpo Workforce Symposium 2014!
Early Bird Registration is OPEN! Attend Larimer County Workforce Symposium and Bix Talks!
Sierra Trading Post is Hiring-Week of Sept. 2-6
Black Diamond Outreach Is Hiring!
Fort Collins Workforce Center
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Oil States Energy is Hiring!
Loveland Workforce Center
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Listen to August Spotlight on KRFC
Listen to the business news spotlight provided by KRFC News narrated by Nancy Murray of the Larimer County Workforce Center — get your local and business news snapshot here.
August 2014 Feature is Maureen Harter, Workforce Center Development Manager speaking about searching for employment in a recovering economy.
Job Search Consultations
Job Search Consultations for job seekers are available in both the Fort Collins and Loveland Workforce Center offices. Please note that the following dates will not be available for Job Search Consultations in the Fort Collins Workforce Center office. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Frequently Asked Questions
What other services are offered for job seekers at the Larimer County Workforce Center?
- Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Services for Adults and Youth
- Trade Readjustment Act (TAA / TRA)
- Larimer County Works
- Employment First
- Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)
- Governor’s Summer Job Hunt (Youth)
- Youth Conservation Corps (LCYCC) (16-19 years old)
- Skill Assessments for Job Seekers
- Resource Center access
Who can use the services at the Larimer County Workforce Center?
- The LCWC is open to anyone who is looking for employment and any businesses needing assistance with hiring, retention, labor laws, etc.
- For specialized Other Services, certain eligibility requirements must be met.
How do I register for jobs?
- Job seekers can register at www.connectingcolorado.com anytime from home or you may use our computer lab.
- For job seekers who are not computer oriented, you may set an individual appointment with an Employment Specialist.
How do I Apply for Unemployment?
- All claims must be filed online or by telephone.
- Please refer online to the “Unemployment Self-Service Resource Guide ” by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
- Our public computer labs are available for online filing.
- It is required that you also register with the Workforce Center at www.connectingcolorado.com once you have applied for Unemployment Insurance.
Can you make a resume for me?
- There are resume templates available on the lobby computers. If you are not comfortable using the template and would like more guidance, you can sign-up for a Resume Workshop or schedule an individual appointment with an Employment Specialist.
- Go to our Event Calendar to get signed up or call 498-6608 for more information.
What about workshops?
- Yes, we have many different workshops that are free to the public. Please check the website calendar or view our online Workshop Index to self-register.
- If you are here for a workshop, just check in at the Front Desk and you will be directed to the classroom.
Someone called me about job…what do I do?
- Please write down the number and go directly to www.connectingcolorado.com to look up the information.
- If you did not write down the number, we will ask you for your social security number, so that we can refer back to your registration to determine what job you were called for.
What services are offered for Businesses at the Larimer County Workforce Center?
Professional Guidance and Assistance with the following:
- Posting your job
- Computerized matching and referral to qualified job candidates
- Layoff Assistance
- Monthly Business Seminars
- Office space to conduct interviews and testing
- Job Fairs
- Labor market information