Connect With an Alabama Career Center Today
In order to meet the growing need for businesses to hire and train skilled workers, East AlabamaWorks partners with the regional Alabama Career Centers to offer a range of no-cost services to the workforce in East Alabama. Services vary depending on which location you visit, but all Career Centers exist to help you succeed. Contact the Alabama Career Center in your local community to take advantage of the wonderful services they offer!
Services Offered for Job Seekers
- Employment service work registration
- General information on filing for unemployment compensation
- Eligibility determination for training programs
- Public resource area for self-directed job search
- Local, state and national job search
- Career center counseling and placement assistance
- Receive a preliminary assessment of skill levels, aptitudes and abilities
- Obtain information on employment-related services, including local education and training providers
- Computers and data terminals with internet access/basic office software
- Communication links to employers via fax, phone and email
- Resume preparation and copying
- Printed job resource materials
- Labor market information
- And more!
Find jobs and employment resources in your community through the Alabama Career Centers and the new AlabamaWorks System.
Find more job search and employment resources through the US Department of Labor’s CareerOneStop system.
Get the training you need, when you need it.
Career Opportunity Resources
Lost your job? Learn about employment, training and financial help during your job transition.
Search the latest Alabama employment and work opportunities.
Services to assist those that serve our country.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is an excellent source of information on topics such as Health Care, Benefits, Burials & Memorials, VA Jobs, Board of Veterans’ Appeals, Public Affairs, Congressional Affairs, Business Opportunities and Veteran Data.
The Veterans’ Employment and Training Service promotes the economic security of America’s veterans through programs designed to minimize unemployment and underemployment among veterans with service connected disabilities and other targeted veterans groups.
The US Department of Labor’s Veteran and Military Transition Center is a one-stop website for employment, training, and financial help after military service.
The Gadsden State Community College Veterans Upward Bound Program is a pre-college program designed to help veterans develop and expand the essential skills necessary to successfully enroll in and complete an academic or technical college degree.
Additional Veteran Resources
Those about to transition into civilian life will find employment, training, and benefit information and resources at CareerOneStop’s Veterans ReEmployment.
This Advisor assists Veterans, Service Members and all those who support them to quickly and easily navigate information and resources on a range of topics.