The Missouri Career Center offers the following services and programs for Job Seekers
Employment Services: Provide information on job openings, Access greathires.org for job search resource information, Internet access job search, job finding skills, access to state & federal job opportunities, phone/copier/fax available for employment search, assistance with writing resumes, assistance with completing applications, interviewing skills, information available on wage rates and employment levels
Career Assistance Program (CAP): Temporary Assistance to Needy Families which may include vocational assessment, life skills and job readiness training, job development, placement assistance, post-employment services, etc. These programs and services are tailored to meet individual needs and enhance self-sufficiency.
Title I WIA Workforce Investment Act Program: Programs for Adult, Dislocated Workers and Youth. Career counseling, vocational, occupational and On-The-Job training, job placement and re-employment assistance is available for those who qualify.
Missouri Re-Entry Program (MRP): A partnership with employers, Department of Corrections (DOC), and Division of Workforce Development (DWD) to help ex-offenders successfully reenter society.
Parents Fair Share: This is a non-custodial parent program that helps participants gain self-sufficiency using assessment and referral for educational and employment needs and supportive services through a network of community resources.
Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA): Established to help American workers who become totally or partially unemployed as the result of increased imports. The program assists workers to regain satisfactory employment through a full range of services, including training and, if needed, job search and relocation allowances. Please visit www.doleta.gov/tradeact for more information.
Veteran Services: Veteran specialists provide case management, job development, and training opportunities for veterans, with special emphasis on veterans with service-connected disabilities. First priority referral to jobs and training opportunities for which they qualify.
Youth Services: May include GED preparation classes, tutoring, study skills, dropout prevention, guidance and counseling, adult mentoring, leadership development, summer employment, work experience, job placement and tuition assistance for youth ages 14-21.
Experience Works: Job placement, on the job training. (Must be age 55 or older)
Unemployment Insurance – All unemployment insurance claims in Missouri are filed by telephone by contacting the Telephone Claims Center at 1-800-320-2519 or by Internet at www.moclaim.com
Assistive Technology Center - The Missouri Career Center offers an Assistive Technology Center consisting of Window Eyes, Zoom Text, Large Keyboard and Monitor, Smart View, Adjustable Height Workstation and TTY.
Rapid Response Program