We understand that finding a job can be a difficult and demanding process. But you're not alone.

Whether you're entering the workforce for the first time, changing careers, or looking for a part-time job, the Denver Workforce Centers can help you succeed. With four convenient Workforce Centers and an array of free services, finding a job just got a little easier.

Here's a summary of what we can do for you.

We offer a wide range of free training sessions and workshops.

Here's this month's calendar.

Here are our locations.

Each of our locations has a Resource Center for you to use with computers, copiers, and fax machine.

We also offer free, one-on-one computer assistance help with resumes and cover letters.

You should start by creating your unique, online Job-Seeker Profile here.

We've got special services and opportunities for youth, people with disabilities and veterans.

Need help to finish your GED? We're ready if you are!

We look forward to serving you soon. As we like to say, "Let's get to work!"  

The Denver Office of Economic Development is an Equal Opportunity Agency and, in accordance with the Jobs for Veterans Act (Public Law 107-288), the Denver County Workforce Centers provide veterans priority of service for all program services that are directly funded by the U.S. Department of Labor. Accommodations provided upon request.



ALL THROUGH SEPTEMBER we are celebrating Workforce Development Month with open house events, hiring events, and special services! Details here.


As you may know, Open Enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace (created by the Affordable Care Act) for this year ended on March 31, 2014.  However, after Open Enrollment, you may qualify to enroll in private coverage through the Marketplace if you experience certain life events such as losing job-based coverage, COBRA expiration, moving to a new state, leaving incarceration, and change in income. 

If you have recently lost your job, information about options for health insurance coverage can be found