Employment Services

We’re here to help you in your job search. Our services are available regardless of income or background and at no cost. Our programs provide:

  • Use of computers, printers and fax machines
  • Help with resumes and interviewing
  • Job listings and employer information 
  • Information on careers and growing occupations
  • On-the-job training and skill certifications
  • Career workshops
  • Job and resource fairs
  • Access to unemployment insurance benefits
  • Live job coaching
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Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) 

Watch our online orientation to learn how to access our WIOA programs.

Spanish: Orientación en español.

Mixteco: Dee nà yùvi xínì chindee ñá’a-na ndganì-nà nùú yùvi xí’in chiñu yó’o.

Unemployment Insurance and Migrant Seasonal Farm Workers

Questions about unemployment insurance or are a migrant seasonal farm worker who needs help? 

For personal assistance from the Employment Development Department (EDD), please call (805) 288-8400 to reach a dedicated EDD representative.


Our Programs Accepting Applications

Program Description Age Requirement Contact Information
America's Job Center of California
Located across Ventura County to help all residents with their employment and training needs
(805) 204-5186

Ventura County Youth Careers
Gain access to work through job-readiness training, coaching and/or mentorships, paid internships and post-secondary education
14 - 24
(805) 981-0130
National Dislocated Worker Grant for COVID-19 Impacted Individuals
Employment services for individuals who were laid off or their job was impacted due to COVID-19
(805) 204-5186

Construction Pre-apprenticeship SB1
The 12-week pre-apprenticeship program utilizes the Multi-Craft Core Curriculum to help you enter a new career path and introductions to local building trades opportunities.
Disability Employment Accelerator
Education, employment and training opportunities for people with disabilities to learn new skills
(213) 342-1201
Dislocated Youth Worker Innovation Challenge (DYWIC)
Education, employment and training opportunities for out-of-school young adults ages 18-24 who were laid off or had their jobs impacted by COVID-19
(805) 981-0130
Pathways to Employment
Employment services for individuals experiencing homelessness or are housing insecure
(805) 295-7676
Work experience for students with disabilities
(805) 832-2535 or (805) 371-6291