Workforce Assistance – Find Your Local Board or Career Center

Click the link below to search for the American Job Center located closest to you.

American Job Centers work with other local, state and federal agencies and are the first stop for individuals who want help with:

  • Basic Training – Obtain a GED or strengthen your basic math, English, or reading skills.
  • Vocational Training – Become trained in skills in that are needed for jobs in demand today.
  • On-the-Job Training – Become trained by a local employer in skills needed for a particular job through on-the-job training programs or apprenticeship opportunities.

American Job Centers also provide qualified businesses with information on customized training, on-the-job training reimbursement assistance, and training subsidies. These American Job Centers Centers are managed by California’s 45 Local Workforce Development Boards, which provide additional information and guidance regarding job training, placement, and business services delivered in that area.