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Find an American Job Center
One-Stop Career Centers are now called American Job Centers.

Contact your local American Job Center for job search, training, recruitment, and other employment services.
Related Links
For help with federal Employment and Training programs, call
1-877-US2-JOBS
 (1-877-872-5627)
TTY 1-877-889-5627


For help using CareerOneStop
Web Sites, email or call: 
1-877-348-0502 or
TTY 1-877-348-0501
 

Sacramento Works One Stop Career Center - Greater Sacramento Urban League
3725 Marysville Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95838
916-286-8623
Please call before you visit this office
or call to make an appointment.
Directions
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Type of OfficeComprehensive One-Stop Career Centers
Phone916-286-8623
Fax916-286-8620
E-mail Addressinfo@gsul.org
Hours of OperationM-T-Th 9:00-4:00; Wed 9:00-6:00, Fri closed
Web Site Addresshttp://www.gsul.org
Brief Description of Services Provided at this Site Veterans reps, employment reps, phones, free internet & resume writer access computes are on site. Representatives are available with an appointment. Full range of jobseeker and employer services. Neighborhood-based comprehensive One Stop Career Center. The Sacramento Works at Urban League provides services to youth, adults and employers. On-site services include job search assistance, workshops, computer literacy, and some vocational training.
Office LevelFederal
Center is closed temporarilyNo
Veterans Employment RepresentativeYes
Please call to make an appointment.
Business Representative NameTaurus Jackson
Business Representative Emailtjackson@gsul.org
Business Representative Phone916-286-8631
Parking AvailabilityFree Parking is available within 1 - 2 blocks
Public Transit AccessThe closest Bus Stop is within 1 - 2 blocks
UI Filing Assistance by Phone AvailableNo
UI Filing Assistance Online AvailableNo
UI Filing Assistance from Staff AvailableNo
Site Resources
Career Resource RoomYes
Rooms where employers can interview job seekersYes
TelephonesYes
Fax MachinesYes
Copy MachineYes
Personal ComputersYes
Internet AccessYes
Video Viewing StationsYes
On-site ChildcareYes
Youth Services
Finding Work
Find out about job openings (including work experience, internships and community service)Yes
Find out how to get a work permitYes
Learn about strategies for finding a jobYes
Get help in preparing for job interviewsYes
Get help preparing your resumeYes
Post your resume for employers to seeYes
Summer Opportunities
Get help in finding a summer jobYes
Find out about summer learning opportunitiesYes
Getting Skills and Training
Learn new job skillsYes
Improve your current job skillsYes
Learn about the world of businessYes
Prepare for High School Equivalency (GED) examYes
Improve your reading, writing and math skillsYes
Improve your English skills (ESL)Yes
Get information about schools and training programsYes
Other Resources
Get help with living expenses while in trainingYes
Get help finding child careYes
Learn about financial aid for trainingYes
Planning your career
Assess your reading and math skillsYes
Assess your career interests and skillsYes
Learn about jobs and careers suitable for youYes
Learn about jobs in demand and rates of payYes
Get information about employers in your local areaYes
Learn about what employers expect of their workersYes
Workers Services
Dealing with a Loss of a Job
File Unemployment Insurance (UI) ClaimYes
Get help in coping with the stress of job lossYes
Get help coping financially with job lossYes
Learn about community resourcesYes
Getting Skills and Education
Receive training in new job skillsYes
Improve your current job skillsYes
Learn how to start your own businessYes
Prepare for High School Equivalency (GED) examYes
Improve your reading writing and math skillsYes
Improve your English skills (ESL)Yes
Get information about education and training schools, such as their tuition and success in placing students in jobsYes
Other Resources
Get help with living expenses while in trainingYes
Get help finding childcareYes
Get help obtaining financial aid for trainingYes
Planning your career
Assess your reading and math skillsYes
Assess your career interestsYes
Learn about jobs and careers suitable for youYes
Learn about jobs in demand and rates of payYes
Get information about employers in your local areaYes
Learn about what employers expect of their workersYes
Finding Work
Find out about job openingsYes
Learn about strategies for finding a jobYes
Get help in preparing for job interviewsYes
Get help preparing your resumeYes
Post your resume for employers to seeYes
Share job-search strategies with other job seekers (job club)Yes
Business Services
Recruiting Employees
Post your job openingsYes
Get access to resumes posted by job applicantsYes
Get job applicants pre-screenedYes
Use on-site facilities for recruiting and interviewing job applicantsYes
Have job applicants` skills testedYes
Have background checks conducted on job applicantsYes
Learn about strategies for recruiting workersYes
Learn how to interview job applicants effectivelyYes
Get help in analyzing and writing job descriptionsYes
Develop programs to train new workers for your businessYes
Get training costs reimbursed for qualified job candidatesYes
Business Resources
Learn about Unemployment Insurance taxes and eligibility rulesYes
Learn about EEO and ADA requirementsYes
Learn about legal requirements for hiring and firing workersYes
Receive information on the Work Opportunity Tax Credit and other hiring incentivesYes
Get information on employment, wage and salary trendsYes
Get your employee training needs analyzedYes
Get outplacement services for employees you are laying offYes