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Purchase your tickets for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival!
When: September 18, 2015, Doors Open at 5:30 | Films start at 6:30
Where: Lory Student Center Theatre at Colorado State University
All proceeds will support the Larimer County Conservation Corps
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Welcome to the Larimer County Workforce Center!
September Workforce Center Spotlight with KRFC
Listen to the September Edition of the Larimer County Workforce Center’s Spotlight with Adam Crowe, LCWC Business Development Manager. Adam discusses Bixpo | Workforce Symposium 2015, “People, Productivity and Profits”. This year’s Workforce Symposium focuses on the most effective ways to find and keep top talent. Leading workforce experts share smart workforce solutions that translate to profitability and economic prosperity. Listen and REGISTER for this exciting event on September 17th. Register Here
Career Transition Services
Career Transition Services, part of the federally funded Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), assists eligible participants in the development of strategic job search and/or training plans.
Our services are specifically designed to get customers back to work! Some customers will benefit most from working one on one with an experienced employment counselor to determine where they are falling short in their job search. Other customers may be lacking skills that are keeping them from being competitive in the labor market. In either case, we may be able to help!
*Veterans and their eligible spouses receive priority of service.
Career Transition Services are customized to meet the needs of each individual job seekers, and may include:
- One on one intensive job search support from an experienced employment counselor
- Career and occupational advisement
- Development of an Individual Employment Plan
- Access to scholarship funds for occupational skills training
Ideal Candidates Possess:
A previous attachment to the workforce. The most success participants are those who have a work history.
A goal of being employed at least 32 hours per week.
Stable life factors (housing, transportation, child care, health, legal, etc.)
A clear occupational objective in an in-demand occupational area. Occupations where published labor market information shows entry-level wages lower than $13.00 per hour, part-time work, or self-employment may not be considered.
How to qualify for Career Transition Services
Meet one of the qualifications below to get started!
- You have experienced a job loss or pending job loss in an industry where your occupation is no longer in demand AND eligible for Unemployment Insurance benefits, OR
- You are an unemployed Larimer County resident unable to obtain employment with your current skills and experience.
Ready to take the next step?
For more information about Career Transition Services, eligibility, and program requirements, we invite you to attend a “Career Transition Program Orientation”information session.
The link below will take you to the Workforce Registration System where you will be asked to create a user account. Once your account is created, select the Training Information Session link located under the Workshops section of the page.