Find the right career for you.
We help people at any point along their career path, from a first job to a new career. Our representatives can direct you to personnel, programs or services that fit your needs.
We’re here to help.
No matter what employment obstacle you’re facing, we’re here to make finding and securing a job as easy as possible. We work with each person to set educational and employment goals. Then our community partners help match you with the right resources and meaningful job opportunities. You’ll get connected with the tools and skills you need to build your credentials, find employment or advance in your career. Explore our career seeker services:
We are proud to help everyone reach their career goals. We do not discriminate based on race, culture, language, status of citizenship, age, ability, income, educational level, religious affiliation, gender identification or sexual orientation.
While one-on-one mentorship is done in-person, you can access many career resources online in our resource library.
If you’re experiencing other obstacles, such as finding a food pantry, paying for a utility bill, accessing safe housing or receiving counseling services, United Way of the Midlands can help. Call 2-1-1, text your zip code to 898211, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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There are a range of no-cost assessments and training programs available at our location. Once your assessment tests are taken, a career specialists will know which training programs to suggest.
If you’d like to search online for state-wide education services, visit the NEworks website.
Heartland Workforce Solutions offers workshops and tutorials on how to build a strong resume. For immediate help online, TheBalanceCareers.com offers a comprehensive guide to writing effective resumes and cover letters. Attend free, in-person workshops on Wednesdays at Heartland Workforce Solutions from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Heartland Workforce Solutions helps you navigate applying for unemployment and finding opportunities. You can also view common unemployment questions online.
Start your job search.
Heartland Workforce Solutions works directly with NEworks.Nebraska.gov, a comprehensive online resource for the state of Nebraska, to direct career seekers to a strategic mix of job openings, career exploration, employer information, education and labor market research information.
If you would like to expand your search, there are a variety of job search sites available online:
Department of Health and Human Services
The Department of Health and Human Services offers resources for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), emergency assistance applications, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and more.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act-Indian and Native American Program can assist eligible adult Native Americans living in Nebraska and actively seeking employment, education, or training (must be enrolled in a tribe, or eligible for Ponca Health Services).
National Able Network
National Able Network gives personalized career support that integrates career coaching, specialized training and direct connections to the job market. Services are available at our Heartland Workforce Solutions American Job Center.
Metropolitan Community College
Metropolitan Community College is a comprehensive, full-service public community college. Its purpose is to provide high quality educational programs and services, primarily in career preparation and general education, to people of all ages and educational backgrounds. Services are available at our Heartland Workforce Solutions American Job Center.
Dynamic Educational Systems, Inc., (DESI) is dedicated to helping qualified youth and adults receive the education, training, and job placement assistance they need to support themselves, their families and their communities. Services are available at our Heartland Workforce Solutions American Job Center.
Equus Workforce Solutions
Equus Workforce Solutions is a comprehensive provider of workforce development services. Equus services provide a full continuum of solutions focused on increasing opportunities for individuals and families and fostering the competitiveness of business. This happens one person and one family at a time through client-centered approaches, committed team members and robust business and community partnerships.
Nebraska VR is an employment program for people who experience a disability. Everything Nebraska VR does and all of the services we provide are for the purpose of helping people with disabilities prepare for, find and/or keep a job. Services are available at our Heartland Workforce
Operation Hope equips young people and adults with the ﬁnancial tools and education to secure a better future—coaching them through their personal aspirations and life’s challenges and facilitating their journey to ﬁnancial independence.
Goodwill – YouthBuild
Goodwill Omaha’s YouthBuild AmeriCorps program is a national pre-apprenticeship educational, leadership, development and occupational skills-training program for disadvantaged and at-risk youth ages 16 to 24. This program provides job training and educational opportunities for youth who previously struggled with and/or dropped out of high school.
Phone: 402-522-7231 Ext 7231
Proteus provides agricultural workers and their families with affordable health care, education assistance, and job training.
The Job Corps is a free education and training program that’s a lot like going to college, but you’ll learn job skills that colleges don’t offer. If you don’t have a high school diploma, the Job Corps will help you earn it. Then, you can explore a variety of career possibilities and learn how to get there.
HRS Erase can assist you through the Open Enrollment Periods set by CMS on an annual basis and with the consumer needs that arise during the Special Enrollment Periods (life changing events) and Medicaid/CHIP. Our Navigator services are totally free. HRS Erase is not a health insurance company but a public service provided through our federal grant funds established by the Affordable Care Act.