What does this tool do?
The American Job Center Finder helps you locate any of the nation's nearly 2,400 American Job Centers.
What is an American Job Center?
American Job Centers (AJCs) have free services and staff available to help you look for work, find training, and answer employment-related questions. They have computers, printers, phones and fax machines available for job search use. Some AJCs offer workshops like resume writing, job search, or basic computer skills. Special employment programs are available for veterans, youth age 21 and younger, and persons who have a disability. Use this tool to locate your closest AJC and call or visit to ask them what services they offer.
How do I get started?
Just enter your City, State, or ZIP Code and select the geographic area you'd like your results to reflect. The list will show all the AJCs within 25 mile of the entered location.
What can I do with the results?
Use the results to contact your local American Job Center. You'll see each AJC's name, address, phone number, and hours of operation. From here you can:
- Click on any center's name to see a detailed page including a description of services and a web address.
- Filter your results in the left navigation area, by location, center type, or by viewing the list of services available for a business, worker or youth worker.
- View a map or driving directions.
- Email one or many centers—simply check the boxes next to the centers you wish to contact; an email from your computer's email system will open, and include any addresses you selected.
- Download and save your list of results in Excel, Word, PDF, or rich-text format, using the "Download" button at the bottom of your results.
- Print or email the list of results by using the links at the bottom of the page.
What are the different types of American Job Centers?
There are two types of American Job Centers:
Comprehensive American Job Centers: These centers provide a full array of employment and training-related services for workers, youth and businesses. These locations include the mandatory Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) partners on-site.
Affiliate American Job Centers: These centers provide limited employment and training-related services for workers, youth, and businesses. These locations do not include all the mandatory Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) partners (i.e., Veterans, Vocational Rehabilitation) on-site.
Where does this information come from?
This information is compiled and maintained by CareerOneStop staff, who conduct a semi-annual survey of American Job Centers. To suggest corrections to the information, please email email@example.com.
For information about displaying any of this data on your own website, please visit CareerOneStop's Web API.
Who can I contact for help?
Contact the CareerOneStop Service Center by email at firstname.lastname@example.org