Resources for

Job Seekers

We want to make sure you are as prepared as possible when entering the job market, so we offer you a whole toolbox of resources and assistance. Understanding what skills and abilities you possess and how to present them effectively will increase your chances that the employer will understand what you have to offer.

Employment Services has a Customer Service Model…

Walk-in customers need to start in the Resource Room and will be assisted by staff on how to get started.

Veterans receive Priority of Service in all Federally Funded Workforce Programs.

Benefits of Our Model Include:

  • Professional staff in our Resource room available to assist walk-in customers
  • New and improved Job Search Toolbox Workshop that is a comprehensive one time 2 hour workshop covering Job Search, Resume & Interviewing
  • One-on-one appointments available with an Employment Specialist
  • Personalized career counseling, networking and job search advice
  • One point of contact for all employment related questions as well as walk-in service

Requirement for Meeting with an Employment Specialist:

Have an active and updated account in Connecting Colorado at


  1. Attend the Job Search Toolbox Workshop
  2. Bring updated resume completed and free of errors when meeting with an Employment Specialist

If you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment with an Employment Specialist, call 970‑248‑7560 or email us at [email protected].

The Mesa County Workforce Center has many different assessments to help you determine a new career path or identify your strengths or even verify your abilities with a specific computer program.
Job Search Workshops
Do you want to know how to best describe your skills on a resume? Do you want to hone your interviewing skills? Do you need help learning how to overcome barriers? Our workshops are designed to help you create a refined package to present to employers. Call 970.248.0871 for more information.
Computer Literacy Levels 1 & 2
These half-day courses entail understanding basic hardware and software concepts, using menus, windows and programs, working with views and toolbars, understanding files, folders and shortcuts, working with the Desktop and using Windows Explorer. Offers a look at the internet and email using google. If you have never used a computer before, this is where you should start.
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