Outreach Materials

Outreach Materials

Outreach Materials

Our Outreach materials help you answer career, education, and workplace questions.

Need to file for unemployment? Watch this short video and visit Unemployment Benefits Finder. (Want to share this video? Find ”Link” and “Embed” options on the top right.)


Need to file for unemployment?

Things to know:

Each state runs their own Unemployment Insurance Program, so visit the website of the state where you work.

Find links to your state site using CareerOneStop’s Unemployment Benefits Finder at www.CareerOneStop.org/Unemployment.

Learn about: How to Apply, Benefit Amounts, Eligibility, and more.

Many state websites and phone lines are experiencing extremely high traffic, so if you have difficulty getting to a website or completing your application, here are some tips:

Look for FAQs in your state website; most have specific tips on applying during this busy time.

Be patient and persistent. Continue to attempt to complete your application. Try at different times of the day including early morning or late evening.

You may have heard about new benefits for self-employed and gig workers, plus an additional $600 per week. Be assured: states are working to connect people with benefits as soon as possible.

If you don’t see this new information on your state website right away, you should go ahead and file as directed. Follow instructions to find updated information as it is available.


Hi. I’m Kelly. Welcome to CareerOneStop’s Outreach Materials page. CareerOneStop is a website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. And we have free resources for Career Exploration, Training, and Job Search.

Our outreach materials can help you and your clients explore your career pathways. We have brochures, posters, power points, and recorded webinars that you can use download, print, or we can even send them to you.

We have materials specifically created for counselors, students and their parents, job seekers, veterans, small businesses, Spanish speakers, as well as other specific resources offered to you by the United States Department of Labor.

If you want us to send you some brochures, just shoot us an email. You can also connect with us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, or by our blog.

We hope we can help you with all the stuff we have to offer. Have a great day!