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Workforce Center Offices will be CLOSED on June 29th from 2:30 PM-5:00 PM
The Fort Collins and Loveland Workforce Center Offices will be closed for a staff meeting today, Thursday, June 29, 2017, from 2:30 PM-5:00 PM. This closure includes both computer labs. Offices will re-open on Friday, June 30, 2017, at 8:00 AM. For questions please call: Fort Collins – (970) 498-6600 Loveland – (970) 619-4650 Thank you!
Workforce Center Offices will be CLOSED to recognize Independence Day, July 4th 2017
The Fort Collins and Loveland Workforce Center Offices will be CLOSED to recognize Independence Day on Tuesday, July 4th, 2017. Our offices will be closed from 8:00 AM-5:00 PM. This closure includes all computer labs. Our offices will re-open on Wednesday, July 5th at 8:00 AM. For questions please call:
Fort Collins: (970) 498-6600
Loveland: (970) 619-4650
Welcome to the Larimer County Workforce Center!
Sign-up for Summer Works!
Business are looking for youth ages 14-18 to connect to for summer employment! Sign-up today to receive updates on businesses and to learn how to apply for YOUR job! APPLY HERE!
Youth Friendly Employers Update
The 2016-2017 Youth Friendly Employers List identifies local businesses that hire youth. Information provided is subject to change. Available in English & Spanish.
Most of our agricultural projects occur on local farms and includes a variety of tasks. Some examples of projects completed with our agricultural partners include garden-bed construction, planting, weeding, transplanting, and harvesting.
In Larimer County, we have a variety of trail systems and natural spaces that require maintenance. Our crews may perform different types of trail construction and maintenance in these areas. Participants, who work on these projects, learn the art of building a sustainable trails to put their skills into action.
The LCCC enhances and restores the natural habitats through projects such as planting trees, removing invasive species, and managing pine beetle kill trees.
By joining with partners and sponsoring organizations, the LCCC works to preserve critical habitat areas. We believe that it is crucial to educate crew members about conservation methods while empowering them to become environmental stewards.
Home Efficiency Assessments
The Water & Energy Program perform home efficiency assessments as a free service to utility residents of Larimer County. The crews also provide energy conservation education designed to promote behavioral changes in energy efficiency and conservation to the client.