The Glenn County Health & Human Services Agency is an equal opportunity employer/program.
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Job Seeker Services
The Glenn County OneStop (now known as the America'sJobCenter of California) has been awarded a small grant to assist VETERANS in moving quickly from military life into high-wage jobs and civilian careers. This project will focus on training veterans for careers in the following industries:
- Protective Services
- Production and Transportation
The Glenn County America’sJobCenter of California will be able to serve veterans who have service-connected disabilities; campaign veterans; veterans with significant barriers; as well as eligible spouses and recently-separated veterans. Recently separated veterans will be a high priority for this project. This group is most in need of identifying transferable skills, retraining into civilian occupation areas, and assistance with job attainment and retention. For information on how to access this program, please contact Yassi Lam at (530) 934-1494.
The Resource Center is available to all job seekers! You can gain the knowledge and resources needed for a successful job search. At our resource center we provide:
Daily Job Tips
- Job Search on-line for local, regional, state, and national jobs. Find out what jobs are “hot” for our local labor market and which jobs require relocation and/or skills training for successful employment.
- Information about filing for Unemployment Insurance and California Training Benefits
- Assistance with CalJOBs registration and online resumes
- Computer access for resume, cover letter, and other business correspondence
- Computer links to tips on applications, resumes, and interviewing
- Career assessment programs designed to help job seekers match existing skills with occupations and form new employment goals
- Referral to partner agencies for additional services
Employment Services Job Board:
Persons employed this month: 4
Persons employed YTD: 35
If you are having difficulty finding a job, please ask our Resource Staff for programs offering:
Individualized job search and career development including a personalized resume
- Assessment of your career interests, values, and abilities
- Referral to partner and community resources to meet your vocational needs
- Development of your employment plan
- Supportive services to assist you through your job search or training
- Subsidized training through private vocational schools, colleges, or on the job
- Follow-Up services for one year once you get the job.
If you are currently in a secondary school, youth services are offered through the Youth Employment Services (YES) Partnership. This is a comprehensive Regional Occupational Program (ROP) that offers:
- Vocational assessments and career guidance
- Information of what jobs are available in our local area and where the jobs are in my chosen occupation
- Resume and work-related document preparation that you can use for your high school portfolio
- Interviewing “do’s” and “don’ts”
- Work experience opportunity in a local business (paid and unpaid)
- Life skills instruction including banking, public transportation, comparative shopping, renting an apartment, etc. to help you transition into adulthood
- Instruction in how to keep the job and resolve work-related conflicts
- Elective secondary school credits earned for completion of program
If you have completed your secondary education or have dropped-out of school there are many services available to assist you in your educational and vocational goals such as:
- Connecting you with an alternative program to complete your secondary education if you haven’t graduated
- Career assessment and guidance
- Labor market information indicating what jobs are “hot” and what ones aren’t
- How to market yourself with a winning resume, interviewing tips, and how to succeed on the job
- Information on applying for financial aide
- Connecting you to partner resources to meet your goals
- Work experience opportunities that will allow you to develop the necessary skills to get and keep the job
- Financial assistance with your vocational training, work clothing, transportation, etc.
- Follow-up services which may include resume updates, job mentoring, supportive services and more for one year after you have completed the program.
The WIA Title I program is an equal opportunity employer/program.
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. 29 CFR 37.34(a)
More information about America's Job Center of California.